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post #84586 of 109053
Don't Margiela and Dsquared make modified tux shirts almost every year? Viktor and Rolf too frequently, I think, not that these are SF's favoured designers.

FYI / RTF, you can search Yoox menswear for "tux" and filter to Shirts category. (Also works with materials e.g. viscose/cashmere as well as the obvious designer names -- search "Junya" and you get Junya Watanabe CDG + Junya CDG Homme plus + Junya x Levis, etc)
post #84587 of 109053
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Who wouldn't "just want to compare impotent male rage" out of nowhere ...? (nice parody of tedious feminist academia btw)

Okay, but clearly, the divisibility of the master-slave dialectic (and attendant resounding horror) remains comparable to the battle of the figuralization of autonomous selfhood still fought in the liminal space. Clearly.
post #84588 of 109053
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To change the subject, are the $50K Rick Owens "wild alligator" jackets on Ssense already being discussed anywhere?

yup, refer to my post in the recent purchases thread
post #84589 of 109053
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I had a girl once say she thought I was stuck up because I was wearing a scarf (with a jacket and it was cold out). Figure that one out.

People sometimes thinks I'm gay because of my dog. eh.gif
post #84590 of 109053
Similar to Regis, I have that same wing collar shirt, and I found that the shirt looks better with a couple buttons undone and no tie than it does as a "formal" shirt. Might try it on a tuxedo with a bow tie, but I still think it'd look better without a tie and not buttoned all the way up the neck.
post #84591 of 109053
I used to get the gay comments when I was first getting into clothing and would wear preppy shit like loafers and pink BD shirts (bleagh), but now that I've found my comfort zone It's not something I ever hear any more. I think it has to do with what type of style or clothing the general population imagines gay men wear regularly, and while I suppose I used to fit that bill, I don't really any more considering how I dress casually and almost entirely in black. With the more leather I acquire tho...
post #84592 of 109053
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With the more leather I acquire tho...

If the ball gag is leather, you've got a gay.
If it's wood, wool or feather, ladies flirt away.
post #84593 of 109053

Leather ball gags are a rookie mistake, can't sanitise them properly.

post #84594 of 109053
i'm curious how you know so much about ball gags
post #84595 of 109053
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Leather ball gags are a rookie mistake, can't sanitise them properly.

are you serious? dammit, you should have written something earlier. hopefully sruli recht will cancel my order
post #84596 of 109053
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

i'm curious how you know so much about ball gags

 

Common sense, and going to Torture Garden.

post #84597 of 109053
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I used to get the gay comments when I was first getting into clothing and would wear preppy shit like loafers and pink BD shirts (bleagh), but now that I've found my comfort zone It's not something I ever hear any more. I think it has to do with what type of style or clothing the general population imagines gay men wear regularly, and while I suppose I used to fit that bill, I don't really any more considering how I dress casually and almost entirely in black. With the more leather I acquire tho...

 

Based on this the obvious solution for me is to move to Portland, since the above post could pretty much have been written by me :laugh:
 

post #84598 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

do not a lot of people wear trad-ish stuff in balmore? in dc you would have been the one making fun of other people's clothing, not the one on the receiving end

it really depends where you go. baltimore is a super diverse place, part of the reason i love it so much. but, this was at a shitty college bar that lets underage freshman in so it was full of typical mid atlantic college freshman who think they're lax players even though they're not good enough to play in college.

i've had a lot of people think i'm gay, it's whatever. my mom told me "it's ok if you're gay" once.
post #84599 of 109053
gotcha. haven't been among that crowd in forever. you'll be fine once you're waist deep in yuppieville
post #84600 of 109053
KOY aren't you just a slightly better-dressed version of every young guy in stockholm/uppsala?
a friend was trying to get me to come and visit her in sodermalm and wrote: "you'd love it here, everyone looks like they're straight out of styleforum'
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