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edit: I actually like the fit though. cool proportions
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Biggskip in the Big Apple update: went to Barneys today and dropped a ton (it'll show up in WAYWT eventually). Decided to try out some Rick for the lawls.

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raf shit is dope is that tbs preview? show me the link too lazy to search

sexonfabric will probably cop after dumping his amercana in the garbage can
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

oh my fuuma looks awkward.

Fuuma doesnt "look awkward" He forces you to reexamine your hetero-normative westernized take on aesthetic value.
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Is Nike an SF approved brand?

I cant think of any fit with flashy Margiela, Raf, KvA, Balenciaga et al sneakers that wouldn't look just as good with the right Jordans.
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Originally Posted by Nouveau Pauvre View Post

Fuuma doesnt "look awkward" He forces you to reexamine your hetero-normative westernized take on aesthetic value.

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VERY Derelict





Best pic on SF in a while, hope you bought
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Speaking of clothing and gender norms, did any of you read this article? It's pretty much a big pat on the back for the folks who reject normative conceptions of masculine dress (in this case through the good ol' drop crotch trouser).

And reading that article makes you loathe even more posters like (wait no I won't mention his name) who blithely defend those normative conceptions and lash out at anything that diverts from them
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

raf shit is dope is that tbs preview? show me the link too lazy to search

from http://hapsical.blogspot.com/

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Originally Posted by Nouveau Pauvre View Post

Fuuma doesnt "look awkward" He forces you to reexamine your hetero-normative westernized take on aesthetic value.

westernized is too general? maybe americanized? fuuma looks great in that yy.
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a bunch of those shoes suck but i wold wear this shit out of some of the derbies and this




^ first time I liked a collar like this
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Is it known what the material is?

I couldn't wear it but it's awesome.

Those metallic blue chain derbies make me glad I bought the ss12 chain shoes. New chains are way too Home Hardware-looking.
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Speaking of clothing and gender norms, did any of you read this article? It's pretty much a big pat on the back for the folks who reject normative conceptions of masculine dress (in this case through the good ol' drop crotch trouser).
And reading that article makes you loathe even more posters like (wait no I won't mention his name) who blithely defend those normative conceptions and lash out at anything that diverts from them

Seems like all these articles are about Comme, surprised Rad and Rick don't make more of an appearance. CdG seems more crazy and different for the sake of being different than asexual.

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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post

Is it known what the material is?
I couldn't wear it but it's awesome.
Those metallic blue chain derbies make me glad I bought the ss12 chain shoes. New chains are way too Home Hardware-looking.

not sure on the material but it looks like a neat rug...eh.gif
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Originally Posted by steveoffice View Post

from http://hapsical.blogspot.com/
westernized is too general? maybe americanized? fuuma looks great in that yy.

thanks holmes, some coppable shit in there

i'd maybe even rock a creepy knit

plain derbies are really good too
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

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Curious how you guys dress up everyday and put together a great outfit.
Do you think it is really the wardrobe as in being well-rounded and accumulating many great clothing over the years. So, when you wake up in the morning its just a matter of "blindly" pulling a top, bottom, and footwear choice that will all automatically work coherently together?
Or do you take the time to open your wardrobe door and look at the different clothes you have then arrange the outfit in your head before pulling out the top, bottom, and footwear.
For me I feel like I fall under the former (it is all relative: do you think you have a great selection? do you like what you have?) But what happens is that I still question myself after walking out the house. "I have another pair of trousers, why did I pull these ones?"
I feel like the ease and not having to think about it is more in line with the first way of thinking rather than the latter. The more clothes you accumulate overtime the more ease you have in assembling something quickly without thinking afterwards "What the hell was I thinking wearing 'X' with 'Y'?"
Of course it probably becomes a learned behavior with the many years of shopping that 1) You have fine tuned your taste and know what works and 2) Your years of experience is weighted more than the actual amount of clothing
So, in the end it is really the person who wears the clothes rather than the clothes wearing the person. Which then brings me to my next point of being lazy vs. caring too much. When do you realize and get to the point where you do not over think?
It sort of relates to Synthese and his always eloquent and poetic posts where I find a relation to how he dresses. The dude cares but does not over think or analyze. It is quite apparent in his writing as well as "WAYWT" posts.

I just walk to my dryer and try to find a t-shirt that matches my jeans. It's tough.
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