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post #56131 of 109053
Floridas wack son.
post #56132 of 109053
Yeah, I've learned the best thing I can do is have really nice footwear, one nice jacket and rest is sort of whatever because you can't really wear it.

TBH I'm sick of not having seasons.
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

For the most part, but the culture of the student body and the way you relate to it is a huge part of the "college experience."

exactly, and clothing is a form of identifying with a culture.

would love to have went to NYC for school, but my grades were ass and I cant afford NYU, nor did I wanna pay for the cost when its not even ivy league status.
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Originally Posted by Master Milano View Post

Serious question : how is the fashion scene in Boston like? I am considering goign to school in Boston but don't want to leave NYC for fear of frat boys in boat shoes


Better than the South or something, there's a lot of blue Polo RL button-down shirt + baseball cap bros especially around BU and Northeastern, but the hipster types generally do pretty well.  Very dressed-down though, a blazer is kinda a statement piece.  It's not anything like NYC though.

post #56135 of 109053
I feel sad if you all think that how someone dresses is a good indicator of whether you would be able to get along with them or not frown.gif
post #56136 of 109053
It's not really that simple and I'm sure if you think back to your college days you'll see the point lane and i were getting at
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post #56138 of 109053
^^ I can think of a lot of ways to wear that where it would look really good, and I'm sure you can too if you ignore the photos on the corner

Random Fashion Creep Shot:

Damir Doma x New Balance

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Damir Doma x Jordan sandals

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# wouldthumbup
post #56140 of 109053
anyone know where I can buy a sarti scarf for a good price? I love the rayon/cashmere ones without the frayed ends, but it cost $500 ;/


no one ever sells these used, damns it
post #56141 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post

anyone know where I can buy a sarti scarf for a good price? I love the rayon/cashmere ones without the frayed ends, but it cost $500 ;/
no one ever sells these used, damns it

farfetch


gotta go 90%micro/10% cashmere to get under $250


is really thin, but feels amazing on the neck. definitely not anything you can wear in any type of winter weather.
post #56142 of 109053
farfetch wont hear from me ever again, and im just looking for an all black one which they dont sell, and yah I want one for spring, even though thats kinda dumb here lol


wait, so you got that black one from there?
post #56143 of 109053
what r u talking about? i just saw like 2 all black ones on farfetch.........gotta look in women's section


yeah, I've had a different 90/10 one for over a year now, it's fantastic for me.


EDIT, right here for you:

http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/women/faliero-sarti-tobia-scarf-item-10173093.aspx

http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/women/faliero-sarti-azzurra-scarf-item-10177848.aspx

http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/women/faliero-sarti-frayed-scarf-item-10165492.aspx
post #56144 of 109053
either way im looking for a black "petra" one, dont like the overly big ones
post #56145 of 109053
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Originally Posted by grizzlybear View Post

as a good goddamn? looks pretty awful to me.

posted by grizzly, co-signed by moo and superbobo. seal of approval in my books
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