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post #76 of 252
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Originally Posted by mlyngard View Post
You know this is gonna get silly fast.

^ somehow, I could actually see you pull off a vest though...

Um, yeah, for years I never thought I'd ever wear a pink oxford. Love 'em now. Somehow with jeans and some sharp boots, it's on the money. Reminds me it's all about how you wear it...

But to your point:
cycling jerseys as streetwear.
Those dumb barracks-style drab caps all the emo db's are wearing.
Bangs.
A moustache.
Polarized sunglasses.
Real motorcycle gear without a bike.
Jodphurs.
Chaps.
A cowboy hat unless I'm in NM and the hat is straw.
A bolo dress tie.
A blue blazer with gold buttons
Seersucker
A derby or any straw hat (except NM - see above)
A cane
Platorm shoes or bell bottoms
Perforated or mesh anything

More later after my shivers go away...
Why on earth would you not wear polarized sunglasses?

My list:

argyle
tassel loafers
jorts
cargo pants/shorts
sweater vests
bowties
camo
polyester work out wear (esp. Adidas)
cowboy hats/boots
carpenter jeans
anything purple
post #77 of 252
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Originally Posted by Stylin-1 View Post
anything purple

why
post #78 of 252
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
why

Never liked it.
post #79 of 252
purple is like the most universally flattering colour
post #80 of 252
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Originally Posted by Stylin-1 View Post
Why on earth would you not wear polarized sunglasses?


The reflective ones, silly. However...



But see - that goes with my 'jodphurs' hangup.


I'd also never wear this (sadly, by Paul Smith):

post #81 of 252
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
purple is like the most universally flattering colour

Unless you're green.

post #82 of 252
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
purple is like the most universally flattering colour

+1 for purple, in all shades.
post #83 of 252
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Originally Posted by mlyngard View Post

Real motorcycle gear without a bike.
Jodphurs.
Chaps.


More later after my shivers go away...

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Originally Posted by Fluery View Post
assless chaps


Dude, no way. I so called chaps first. 'Assless' was assumed.
post #84 of 252
There are very few things mentioned in this thread that I'm sure I'd actually NEVER wear. The closest is probably drop crotch pants. I've yet to see a pair I thought looked good incorporated into a fit and even on the runway I've rarely liked them. I'm hesitant to say never though. Most of the rest of the stuff I do/could imagine myself wearing someday. Or at least I wouldn't wager a lot against it. I'm not entirely sure what the situation would be where I'd be wearing denim shorts, but I have a long life ahead of me.
post #85 of 252
raw denim button down shirts pea coats polar fleece
post #86 of 252
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Originally Posted by billsayers View Post
I want in...

  • Bootcut pants (too skinny to pull this off)
  • Plaid flannel shirts (already did this in the early 90's...looked retarded then, looks retarded now)
  • Braided leather belts (I might consider if I am a fat bastard that keeps gaining weight cause these belts do not have pre-punched holes)
  • Down vest (just looks dumb)
  • Dress sneakers (those hybrid dress looking shoes with rubber soles)

How does a down vest look dumb? That's a curious statement.

Polyester or synthetic pants/anything unless I'm working out (which is typically never), skinny skinny jeans, technical clothing, anything neon, striped dress/sport shirts, stud belts, bootcut pants, cotton socks, hm...
post #87 of 252
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Originally Posted by Piroshky View Post
How does a down vest look dumb? That's a curious statement.

Polyester or synthetic pants/anything unless I'm working out (which is typically never), skinny skinny jeans, technical clothing, anything neon, striped dress/sport shirts, stud belts, bootcut pants, cotton socks, hm...

I guess "dumb" is a bit of an overstatement but I never understood the point of it.

It obviously has to be cold when you are wearing a down vest but doesn't that leave your arms cold?
post #88 of 252
I would never wear a lot of that tacky shit that comes from Rick Owens and Jil Sanders.
post #89 of 252
Pleated pants
boat shoes
Henleys
Bowtie
Monk strap shoes
Loafers
Cowboy boots
Hi top sneakers
Wallet chains
Leather pants
Hats
post #90 of 252
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Originally Posted by mlyngard View Post
I'd also never wear this (sadly, by Paul Smith):


I don't think anyone should ever wear that.

(Unless it's on the clearance rack at Urban Outfitters -- the Twilight Zone of fashion -- in which case all rules go out the window.)
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