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Wow, nice!

Never seen a women actually dress like anything in the past two pages, maybe because I'm in the corporate world and that wouldn't fly as work attire, 
but I'm digging it. Streetwear ensembles looking good on women....who knew.

None of the pictures Diniro or I posted are streetwear, hell I posted some Hermès looks. A lot of the pieces posted would fly and are indeed worn in the "corporate world", you just cannot distinguish styling from individual pieces because you have no knowledge and no eye. Do you even know what streetwear means? I strongly encourage you to stop posting and start learning before you do so again.

YOU FUCKING BUNCH OF IDIOTS ALWAYS FUCKUP THIS THREAD BY QUOTING IMAGES THAT WERE JUST POSTED, PLEASE EDIT YOUR POSTS TO REMOVE THE PICTURES.
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Oh yes, women in the corporate world wear THESE OUTFITS to work all the time.

 

Right....

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I am currently wearing a fuzzy hairy sweater and gold-painted boots at my corporate slave desk job ;o

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Oh yes, women in the corporate world wear THESE OUTFITS to work all the time.

Right....

I said some of these pieces (so not all) and pieces vs styling and outfits. In other words one of these dress might not have some cardboard reinforcements when sold, that ight be runway styling or maybe a woman wears a sleeveless sweater like the chicks on the chair but with a regular skirt. The combinations might not be as daring, the makeup and hair as outrageous and the colourways or shape as wild but yeah, MMM, Hermès etc are integrated in corporate wardrobe, to say nothing of wardrobe for certain "corporate" jobs that are more fashion-friendly (say working for Sotheyby's).
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I said some of these pieces (so not all) and pieces vs styling and outfits. In other words one of these dress might not have some cardboard reinforcements when sold, that ight be runway styling or maybe a woman wears a sleeveless sweater like the chicks on the chair but with a regular skirt. The combinations might not be as daring, the makeup and hair as outrageous and the colourways or shape as wild but yeah, MMM, Hermès etc are integrated in corporate wardrobe, to say nothing of wardrobe for certain "corporate" jobs that are more fashion-friendly (say working for Sotheyby's).

 

Clearly, you don't know the meaning of "outfits."

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Clearly, you don't know the meaning of "outfits."

*sigh*
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 A lot of the pieces posted would fly and are indeed worn in the "corporate world"
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

 

Oh yes, women in the corporate world wear THESE OUTFITS to work all the time.

 

Right....

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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

I said some of these pieces (so not all) and pieces vs styling and outfits.
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Clearly, you don't know the meaning of "outfits."

In the original post he said pieces, then you said outfits, then he said pieces again, and then you say he doesn't know what "outfits" mean


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Was just about to post the Branquinho stuff, ha
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

Wow, nice!

Never seen a women actually dress like anything in the past two pages, maybe because I'm in the corporate world and that wouldn't fly as work attire, 
but I'm digging it. Streetwear ensembles looking good on women....who knew.

None of the pictures Diniro or I posted are streetwear, hell I posted some Hermès looks. A lot of the pieces posted would fly and are indeed worn in the "corporate world", you just cannot distinguish styling from individual pieces because you have no knowledge and no eye. Do you even know what streetwear means? I strongly encourage you to stop posting and start learning before you do so again.

YOU FUCKING BUNCH OF IDIOTS ALWAYS FUCKUP THIS THREAD BY QUOTING IMAGES THAT WERE JUST POSTED, PLEASE EDIT YOUR POSTS TO REMOVE THE PICTURES.

Calm down frenchy. Nice pics
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How come I never find models in tuxedos when I go in the woods?

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