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if you saw that sweater at goodwill cop it now

(know you're just snarkin' but yeah)
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AWang tank / Lanvin necklace, pants, shoes / Rick jacket

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Okay, Teger, I'm not saying that that's how the prints should be worn, as I'm pretty sure you're well aware people can wear clothes however the hell they want, I'm just saying this is how Yohji has showcased them to disprove your point where you mentioned they tend to be worn without other prints, but instead with a more subdued outfit. Admittedly Yohji does do that with some looks, but you'll find that the majority of looks with prints tend to be paired with a lot of other prints and bright colours. I never once claimed that you didn't know anything about Yohji, clearly you do, it just seems you're generalising the yohji aesthetic off of what seems to be a fairly limited amount of resources. 

 

and yes, of course his prints are different from "tacky armani exchange ones", they're far superior, but they're not entirely dissimilar, and what you say there contradicts the statement preceding it, a lot of his prints are tacky and do have a subtle humour to them, and in that way are similar to the tacky armani prints you're talking about. (although admittedly a lot nicer and of a higher quality)

 

Just because you found a few examples of what you're talking about, that doesn't mean all of yohji's designs follow said examples, if you look back through the recent collections you'll see that most of them do not...

 

Anyway, I think it's pretty clear no one's going to win this argument, I give up now...

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Originally Posted by Jabonator View Post

Really dig the mustard+red color combo.

As Shah say's it's ketchup and mustard - perfect for hot dogs (I could ask whether it's a suitable topping for burgers but that might lead to another few pages of diversion wink.gif )

I think I need a higher necked long sleeve T with the sweater...
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Fool on the hill Thursday.

Had to pop into the office today and this was taken at lunchtime so it's a bit wrinkled...

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Nigel Cabourn
Uniqlo
COS
boots are Loake (distressed officer boots I think) but the grass hides them...
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duplicate...
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Originally Posted by slstr View Post

Okay, Teger, I'm not saying that that's how the prints should be worn, as I'm pretty sure you're well aware people can wear clothes however the hell they want, I'm just saying this is how Yohji has showcased them to disprove your point where you mentioned they tend to be worn without other prints, but instead with a more subdued outfit. Admittedly Yohji does do that with some looks, but you'll find that the majority of looks with prints tend to be paired with a lot of other prints and bright colours. I never once claimed that you didn't know anything about Yohji, clearly you do, it just seems you're generalising the yohji aesthetic off of what seems to be a fairly limited amount of resources. 

and yes, of course his prints are different from "tacky armani exchange ones", they're far superior, but they're not entirely dissimilar, and what you say there contradicts the statement preceding it, a lot of his prints are tacky and do have a subtle humour to them, and in that way are similar to the tacky armani prints you're talking about. (although admittedly a lot nicer and of a higher quality)

Just because you found a few examples of what you're talking about, that doesn't mean all of yohji's designs follow said examples, if you look back through the recent collections you'll see that most of them do not...

Anyway, I think it's pretty clear no one's going to win this argument, I give up now...

I think its more that the Yohji prints are designed to be a little snarky and humorous, whereas the armani prints and such are (possibly) designed as and (most likely) view by the potential buyers as serious and "cool" or "good-looking." I realize that's pretty pretentious as a distinction but I think the attitude with which they were designed is important to think about when you view and examine the work. I also think the playfulness comes through in Yohji's designs.

I still don't know what this has to do with Ben's graphic tees, which I agree should probably go. Good looking graphic tees are few and far between.
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Channeling a bit of TOG today. satisfied.gif




(Apologies for unkempt bedchamber, and for slovenly fit on the pants—they're my only khaki pants.)
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You OK up there? Most of my family is still without power and water, I think.
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Mellow, that cardigan is amazing, details? shog[1].gif

I hope you're all okay too

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Haven't posted in this thread in a few years at least. Canadian tuxedo for Halloween. Ropers down below.

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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

people on this site change their style completely every 6 months, but you need to spend 2-3 years wearing the same stuff to start wearing it comfortably and well imo.

GREAT POINT.. whoops caps
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Yeah, I think I've reached 1 year in keeping with the same aesthetic/silhouette.
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