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post #74851 of 115957

Why do you need to have more than any number of posts to express an opinion?   This is a forum isn't it.  You can agree or disagree but to flame without adding any value just because you have more posts (with actual value or just ones like this) doesn't help anyone.  Check yourself before you wreck yourself.

post #74852 of 115957
Because if you're new to this whole fashion game, it's very likely your opinion lacks perspective and insight.

It's super easy to tell when those things are missing, and without them your thoughts contribute nothing to the discussion.

In which case you're better off leaving those opinions of yours in your pocket
post #74853 of 115957
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Originally Posted by Dennis M View Post

Why do you need to have more than any number of posts to express an opinion?   This is a forum isn't it.  You can agree or disagree but to flame without adding any value just because you have more posts (with actual value or just ones like this) doesn't help anyone.  Check yourself before you wreck yourself.

You're not actually adding value in any of your posts though. A certain amount of forum understanding is required if your posts are to add value. Your posts have not demonstrated you understand what value-creating posts are, and your little hissy fit has only provided negative value to the forum.

Ergo, lurk moar
post #74854 of 115957

LOL. I see, so the # of posts and the join date on this forum definitively represents your experience in the fashion "game" online and offline.  

post #74855 of 115957

well, you don't really express your opinion as much as telling it "HOW IT IS"

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Originally Posted by Dennis M View Post

Jacket's a bit short, but more importantly, the sides need to be tapered for a more modern look.  Young guys with mesomorphic builds should wear "athlethic" cut jackets.

 

what you state as definite facts:
- jackets too short (which may be true or may not, hard to tell from the photo)
- the sides need to be tapered (you COULD, but it's not like they NEED it) for a modern look (I doubt you don't even understand what forum you are in)
- young guys with mesomorphic builds should wear "athletic" cut jacket (1. it sounds like you're just throwing around words to impress and 2. this is just your opinion, and once again clearly you don't understand this thread, there isn't ONE right way to do things)

 

also, believe or not, amount of posts does count, you must be new to this forum-thing
just lurk around for a month or so before posting again, and then perhaps you will understand this thread better

 

EDIT: ah both bam! and GN beat me to it

post #74856 of 115957
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Originally Posted by Dennis M View Post

LOL. I see, so the # of posts and the join date on this forum definitively represents your experience in the fashion "game" online and offline.  

I generally take people more seriously if they have posted waywts.
post #74857 of 115957

I think I've posted about it here before, but the shirt combo is Talking About the Abstraction. It's a tee with this removable...thing that is screen printed with patchwork madras.  It's asymmetrical and sort of weird.

 

 

post #74858 of 115957
I love when a piece can best be described as a... thing

See also: SoCal's Raf Simons copper... thing from way back when
post #74859 of 115957

I bet sipang has a good collection of ...things.

 

rather, objet d'art

post #74860 of 115957
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Originally Posted by Asop View Post

 


lurk more

post #74861 of 115957
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post


lurk more

No, he just needs to Xhale and calm down.
post #74862 of 115957
It has nothing to do with post count, just the quality of the fits, criticism, and advice. There are some fantastic posters with lower post counts who obviously know what they are talking about and consistently post inspiring fits (eg. Platypus), as well as members with high post counts who consistently post poor fits and add very little in the way of constructive criticism. But lackluster fits and comments will be criticized, hopefully for the sake of inspiring improvement, regardless of post count. If someone posts a poor or experimental fit they should expect criticism, again, regardless of post count.
post #74863 of 115957
I've been here for years and I still make shitty posts teacha.gif
post #74864 of 115957
Where the fuck all these new dus comin from?
post #74865 of 115957
and why are they all rushing to the waywt thread to regale us with their "knowledge?"
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