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Idealistically, Emma Watson in Burberry.


That's Emma Watson? Goodness...
post #48 of 5679
I like most of the styles posted on the second page. I like vintage and feminine styles on women. I usually prefer dresses over pants, but the pants and jeans the girls in Get Smart's photos are wearing look good too. I like to see a girl in some looser cut women's repro Levi's over modern low-rise skinny jeans. I love what the girl in red is wearing. I especially like the feminine top paired with what looks to be combat style boots. I have a rational hatred of high heels. Not only are they impractical, I know from my mother's experience wearing them when she was younger that they can really damage your feet. In most circumstances other than formal events I'd rather see a girl in flats, boots, tennis shoes, or even men's style dress shoes (like the girl in TheDroog's second photo).
post #49 of 5679
Blair Waldorf.
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post #51 of 5679
I just like them to be ass-naked. And I'm not crazy about bony, emaciated chix.
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X-it stop shitting up this thread you fuck.
+1
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post #54 of 5679
like Ambie of Rick Owens New York. /thread.
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like Ambie of Rick Owens New York.

/thread.

pics?
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pics?

haha, I've been searching but to no avail. It's not just a RO thing either, Teger fell in love with her too when we went there.
post #57 of 5679
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What do you like to see on a girl, clothing/style-wise? I think, women's clothing is such a completely different game than men's that it's really hard, as a man, to think about this. We tend to approach our clothing a bit more practically and calculatingly than a lot of girls do. Of course, there are just girls who are good looking and honestly can look good in anything and we won't care, but I kind of want this topic to be about the clothes and not just "She's cute, so she looks good in anything.", I mean, I really want an emphasis on the clothes (err, well overall style I guess). So I suppose in a roundabout way, this is a thread about women's clothing, not just attractive women in clothing... First off, realistically, pretty much any girl in this thread is an instant yes (have fun browsing). Though, honestly, I think a lot of these girls fall into the "She's so cute she can look good in anything" with a combination of good photography, photoshop, and camera angles. That's not to say that they're not incredibly attractive, but the emphasis is less on the clothes. But like I said, I don't know much about women's clothing, so a certain way they wear it helps to. Idealistically, Emma Watson in Burberry.
I honestly do not like Watson in the burberry campaign. On the surface, she is freaking hot, but it is all in the makeup and the hair. The clothing does not fit her very well. She has such a slender and slim body, the big burberry coats make her look cartoonish, kind of like this If you see some of her shots, the waist is super small and then it flares are a lot.
post #58 of 5679
Check out this thread from earlier this year:

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=98821
post #59 of 5679
I actually think it would be cool if my woman dressed exactly like I do, had the same haircut, wore DBs, and everything. It would be like being in love with myself.
post #60 of 5679
It's more important if the girl is comfortable and confident in herself, it typically shows in her style.
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