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post #102316 of 117677
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Originally Posted by el Bert View Post

I wonder which category this falls under? Must be a new trend anti-goth-drapey-heritage trend?

I think it falls squarely in arts category of looking good. Best category to fall in imo.
post #102317 of 117677
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

Spoiler alert:

There is no SW+D 'style du jour', 'groupthink', 'hivemind', conspiracy, illuminati, what-have-you. The secret to getting praised on here is... looking good.

 

But looking good is subjective, especially in regard to style (as opposed to fit).  If you heed Stitches advice, and you go read the last ten or twenty pages of this thread, it should be very clear to you what kind of looks currently get the most praise.  I'm not saying that there isn't a variety to be found, just that you can see what the vocal majority usually finds appealing.

post #102318 of 117677
Remember the formula for thumbs, boys and girls.
post #102319 of 117677
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Originally Posted by barrettdudley View Post

But looking good is subjective, especially in regard to style (as opposed to fit).  If you heed Stitches advice, and you go read the last ten or twenty pages of this thread, it should be very clear to you what kind of looks currently get the most praise.  I'm not saying that there isn't a variety to be found, just that you can see what the vocal majority usually finds appealing.



We aren't going through this again...
post #102320 of 117677
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Originally Posted by spacepope View Post
 

herewego

 

I kind of like reading these once in awhile on WAYWT :blush: 

post #102321 of 117677
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Originally Posted by barrettdudley View Post

But looking good is subjective, especially in regard to style (as opposed to fit).  If you heed Stitches advice, and you go read the last ten or twenty pages of this thread, it should be very clear to you what kind of looks currently get the most praise.  I'm not saying that there isn't a variety to be found, just that you can see what the vocal majority usually finds appealing.

No it isn't.


Also if you think only certain kinds of looks get praise then you're the one that needs to go back and read twenty pages.
post #102322 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


We aren't going through this again...

 

Not trying to start an argument or flame war man.  There's no skin off my back.  Just trying to help out kstyle.

post #102323 of 117677

so if i'm understanding this right, we have "A" Style

 

So it stands to reason there there is "B" level style, right?

 

Then it falls that there is a C, D E...

 

And somewhere down in the recesses of fashion we get K Style?

post #102324 of 117677
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Originally Posted by barrettdudley View Post

But looking good is subjective, especially in regard to style (as opposed to fit).  If you heed Stitches advice, and you go read the last ten or twenty pages of this thread, it should be very clear to you what kind of looks currently get the most praise.  I'm not saying that there isn't a variety to be found, just that you can see what the vocal majority usually finds appealing.

well, i think that looking good is mostly objective. within the myriad of potential vibes that one can be aiming for, quality good looking fits are pretty much always immediately recognizable.

however, i do stand by my statement that you mentioned. within any community, online or irl, it is always best to understand the crowd before you jump in.
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

We aren't going through this again...


yes we are !
post #102325 of 117677
Let us not forget the reigning lord of thumbs in these parts... STANLEY MOTHERF*@%ING VAN BUREN who is neither goth nor ninja.
post #102326 of 117677
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Originally Posted by steveoffice View Post


people should be afraid of color, because it's very hard do polychromatic outfits well.

slim lapel and windsor is redx.gif and if you are going to do a windsor at least have a dimple and tighten it all the way.

also, fix your laces...

Don't mind the laces, hes mildly confused on how they work

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Why would anyone tie his shoes that way?
post #102328 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

Why would anyone tie his shoes that way?

I guess its his signature thing. Weird, but that's just how he seems to do it.

post #102329 of 117677
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

Let us not forget the reigning lord of thumbs in these parts... STANLEY MOTHERF*@%ING VAN BUREN who is neither goth nor ninja.

brads last fit came dangerously close to knocking SVB off of his enviable throne.
post #102330 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

Why would anyone tie his shoes that way?

If you must know, is a bad habit I grew up doing and have found it hard to let go, I'm well aware is not proper.

I didn't know I needed to test the waters before posting a pic, I'm just contributing, not looking for approval or praise, but for sure welcoming criticism, like I did a page back, however what this clown Jet is doing is being a troll simply because he is establish here and if he's the rep for this thread he's giving ya a bad name....son needs to grow the fuck up.
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