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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

why do you feel this debate is worthwhile or even possible in the first place?
Sorry debate is a poor choice . What I intended to defend was a dialogue on the subject certainly possible and worthwhile
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why?
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It's boring, over-debated, and more importantly, who cares? Where what you want, you probably won't be wearing it in 10 years because you change as much as clothing does, and there's no predicting your own changes.
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Originally Posted by DividedWay View Post

It's boring, over-debated, and more importantly, who cares? Wear what you want, you probably won't be wearing it in 10 years because you change as much as clothing does, and there's no predicting your own changes.

 

so what you are saying is, that I shouldn't have gotten that tattoo of my high school girlfriends name across my buttocks?

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so what you are saying is, that I shouldn't have gotten that tattoo of my high school girlfriends name across my buttocks?

Nah, that's fine- everyone knows tattoos need meaning, and that one has meaning out the ass.
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lol
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Originally Posted by DividedWay View Post

It's boring, over-debated, and more importantly, who cares? Where what you want, you probably won't be wearing it in 10 years because you change as much as clothing does, and there's no predicting your own changes.
If you feel that way you are certainly free to ignore it . No subject is intrinsically boring . What I dont understand is the implication that others are somehow at fault for engaging in a discussion of something that is really the meat and matter of what dressing a certain way is all about. Who cares ? People who realize the value of the exchange of ideas . People who who engage in critical thinking . People who appreciate the logical beauty of a well made point
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vintage

everlane (barely vis)

uniqlo

MMM

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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

Eh those don't go with anything you're wearing at all..

I really just threw something on to take a picture lol.
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

I'd dig those boots in that fit if you wore them with a plain white tee (a size smaller than the one you're wearing now)

yeah this norse shirt fits really weird, arm hole openings are hella wide and the shirt is really long, but its slim and comfy.

here's a better fit pic smile.gif

3rZM6YR.jpg

we were all really gone at that point. everybody liked the boots and my friend was obsessed with the fact that they were margeilas :P

branda: toj/hanes/hollister/mmm
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

so what you are saying is, that I shouldn't have gotten that tattoo of my high school girlfriends name across my buttocks?
I got a tattoo of an American Eagle on my forearm that more resembles a sitting portrait of Foghorn Leghorn . I got it on a particularly drunken and drug soaked night on Todo Street in Siagon in 1968 . They were all the fashion at the time
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I really just threw something on to take a picture lol.
yeah this norse shirt fits really weird, arm hole openings are hella wide and the shirt is really long, but its slim and comfy.

here's a better fit pic smile.gif

3rZM6YR.jpg

we were all really gone at that point. everybody liked the boots and my friend was obsessed with the fact that they were margeilas :P

branda: toj/hanes/hollister/mmm
Holy shit you're surrounded by beautiful people. no wonder you caught the fashion bug early

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Originally Posted by englade321 View Post

If you feel that way you are certainly free to ignore it . No subject is intrinsically boring . What I dont understand is the implication that others are somehow at fault for engaging in a discussion of something that is really the meat and matter of what dressing a certain way is all about. Who cares ? People who realize the value of the exchange of ideas . People who who engage in critical thinking . People who appreciate the logical beauty of a well made point

What annoys me about your last two posts is you keep dropping generalities such as how the fashion/style dialectic is "worthwhile" or "the meat of the matter of what dressing a certain way is all about" without really explaining why. Could you expand on your reasoning for a bit?
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

The difference between the two is that in MC people spend 3.000$ on an outfit to look like 3.000$, in SW&D people spend 3.000$ to look like a post apocalyptic japanese junkyard worker. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

 

 crackup[1].gif Sig worthy 

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Wore a grayscale approximation of kgfan's fit yesterday night. Felt good man. Black 5zip + white T + gray DH + black Guidi 995.
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simple stuff



i'm on the right
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damir doma/robert geller/individual sentiments

Edited by BreezyBirch - 6/22/13 at 5:49pm
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brands for the guy on the right plz

I assume Geller/Talking About the Abstraction/Nike
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