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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

You're the bastard! I was about to cop that and poof it was gone!  Its from last season thats why it was on sale for nothing.

oh. it's not a super fuzzy mohair joint you got, KJ?
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Picked up these Feal Mor Full Sail knits on sale right before they shut down shop on La Brea and made the move to Silverlake. I can't wait til LA starts to cool down.
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^those are cool

bought a slutty tee by wang.

a bit late but I do like the fabric.

Only to be used as a layering piece though. I hate the cut when it's by itself.
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post

So the site owner told you to stop hyping your blog about 5 hrs ago and you are back to hyping your blog
hmm

Perhaps he couldn't hear the warning because of the persistent clacking from his knees knocking together?

inb4 "you don't hear posts!"
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You're digging you're self a hole.  No one cares how much you spend on clothes a lot of people here spend A LOT on clothes.  But you are coming in here with a superior attitude about the hideous shit you buy, and self promoting your awful blog.  You have no taste and buying every single piece from a balmain collection isn't going to give you style.  You should listen to kindofyoung and format your posts in a way that is acceptable to the forum.  If you continue to act as you are you will be banned by the end of the day.

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Originally Posted by couleur View Post

You are free to have your own opinion, however you look at it is your own personal view.
I have my own opinions on how I would like to show my recent purchases, so do you.
Therefore if you act like a dick to me, what makes you think I will give the respect you want.
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is the purpose of those sailor sweater shoulder buttons so you can get out of your heavy knit when you fall in the water so it doesn't weight you down and you die?
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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

is the purpose of those sailor sweater shoulder buttons so you can get out of your heavy knit when you fall in the water so it doesn't weight you down and you die?

but does it float?

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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

is the purpose of those sailor sweater shoulder buttons so you can get out of your heavy knit when you fall in the water so it doesn't weight you down and you die?

While that makes sense, I'm going to unbutton them to expose my sexy man-shoulder. Hopefully someone takes the bait
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sailor sweaters: the original slutty shirt for men?

no but for serious - i bet there's some historical reasoning for that. anyone know? hendrix? shoreman? couleur?
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

You're digging you're self a hole.  No one cares how much you spend on clothes a lot of people here spend A LOT on clothes.  But you are coming in here with a superior attitude about the hideous shit you buy, and self promoting your awful blog.  You have no taste and buying every single piece from a balmain collection isn't going to give you style.  You should listen to kindofyoung and format your posts in a way that is acceptable to the forum.  If you continue to act as you are you will be banned by the end of the day.

I apologise to whoever that has an issue with the photo size that I have posted. I will resize them on my following post. I didn't know it will affect most members as I am running on a 30" inch display with 2560x1600 resolution.

First of all, I never put the price tag with the photos I posted, apparently it is people like you that goes around speculating about the price. Secondly, I never came here with a superior attitude, as I said earlier everyone is free to have their own opinions. I never gave nasty opinions about other people's purchase even if they are not in my liking that is because I RESPECT them for their contribution towards this forum. Third, stating that I have awful taste and buy hideous shit is a too personal, sounds as if you have nothing left to criticise but to reach me feelings, how shallow of you.

You mention that I have no taste in buying every single piece from a Balmain collection, and that it is not going to give me any style. I would like you ask in return, who are you first? Are you the chief editor for GQ magazine? Senior buyer in MR PORTER? Fashion advisor for Style.com? What gives you the experience to presume and judge that my purchases are poor in taste? Can you demonstrate and challenge me with you choices? What are you choice, what brands do you wear, what makes you think that you have a superior vision of how style is meant to be worn and bought? How do you define the market situation that the Balmain pieces that I bought are 'hideous shit' when in reality most of them are completely sold out before sales? Do you have any relevant experience with the brand Balmain? Do any of your compettive choices are up for my match? What makes you think that I will value your opinion on my purchases?
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yeah, smashwindow! don't you know bitches love balmain?
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if you only value the opinions of gq, style.com, mrporter, and the like, then why are you posting your recent purchases here, a forum that ostensibly exists for people who dont write for fashion websites to judge and critique?

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oh yea well my display is 32"
and the pictures still bothered me
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Originally Posted by couleur View Post

I didn't know it will affect most members as I am running on a 30" inch display with 2560x1600 resolution.

But do you have an espresso machine?
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