I've thought about this, and can't really think of a candidate who would fit, and also be willing to put in the time. I like Sydney's in TO, but the online stock is limited, and really, it's either brands already represented (like Bblessing), or niche Japanese and Italian stuff (like Julius and Ann Demeulemeester.) If you guys have any suggestions, PM me. I am more than willing. The one stipulations is that I'd have to be able to talk to someone with decision making processes, directly.
Wish they would ship to somewhere other than your billing address. Nice customer service though.
I went from not giving a damn about how I look (but only wearing the same shit that everyone else wears in college) to caring and looking bad because I tried to hard, to looking pretty decent but still caring and trying too hard, back to not caring and just wearing whatever (with some great fits and terrible ones) and not giving a damn. I wish I could look at myself and say if something looks good or not compared to looking at other people and being able to instantly know.
Sort of weird how I can wear something dumb and think it looks ok but see someone else and instantly say it looks like shit. Then again I think a lot of people have this problem.
Either that, or the ability to judge a fit retrospectively. Ie - 6 months down the track, "What WAS I thinking???!?" Even if you did wear it several times.
I think this is why some are tempted to play it too safe sometimes. The fear of dicovering an experiment didn't work.
Yeah that too. I take lots of pictures of myself so I can see how I look later on. I've made some pretty big mistakes. I still like to push some crazy shit (come on, who the fuck wears pink shoes anyways?) but then again I live in Korea.
I didn't really enter a random fashion thought. So here:
I LOATHE boat shoes. I really think it's just me, but I don't care.
I still don't understand people who hate them. I think they wear kinda like chucks in a way that it's something you casually throw on when it's warm. I think they can look good in some contexts it's just that a bunch of people on this forum making them look like shit probably scares people off so i guess in that respect i can see
I was talking about the the monotony of plaid shirt, raw denim, chucks/chuck lookin shoes/oxfords. I mean, there are often minute variations on that formula that supposedly add diversity, but I think there could be a bit more. And it's not an attempt at a proposition towards change, it's just a random fashion thoughts. And I shoulda said "generally accepted", not "SF Approved. Sorry Fok.
Am always confused when I see a for sale thread that has pants in my size (28) and yet all the shirts are something like mediums or even larges. That kind of stuff can't look good at all, and I don't think they wear them in a purposefully oversized manner anyways...