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Saw a pair of those diemmes on ebay, the techno-fabric looks cool.
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Came in this afternoon- I'm in love
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If that's your "in love" expression, I'd hate to see your "I'm going to be waiting in a dark corner of your house when you get home and skin you alive" face.
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

If that's your "in love" expression, I'd hate to see your "I'm going to be waiting in a dark corner of your house when you get home and skin you alive" face.

 

I was concentrating on taking a picture without looking at the picture I was taking.

 

This whole not-asking-your-lady-to-take-the-picture thing is hard. 

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It looks good nod[1].gif
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coat looks good but you need rougher hair
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agree on the hair, grow out a little more and use some product.

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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

agree on the hair, grow out a little more and use some product.

I'm terrible about hair- any chance you want to indulge me wih pictures?
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Originally Posted by conceptual 4est View Post

lol

I just finally ordered mine too... inlove.gif
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I just realized I may have posted this in the wrong thread as I already bought them... So I guess it's not should I or shouldn't I buy, but more should I keep or not keep?

Just bought three t-shirts on Mr. Porter:

This Alexander Wang (in grey and green, grey here just for reference)


This Jil Sander
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yeah dividedway just shave that shit if you have thick, bristly hair which it kind of looks like you do

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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

coat looks good but you need rougher better hair

Ftfy. I used to think that I needed super edgy hair to go with some of the things I wear, but it just didn't work out.

Dway, I'd recommend checking out the lookbooks of your favorite brands to see what hairstyles might inspire you. Webshops with cool looking models might also help out. Or just check out the fits in the WAYWT thread for ideas.

I think what's hard for people that don't have simple hair (e.g. straight and wispy, slightly wavy but not terribly thick) is realizing that finding the right hair style will take time. In the same way that it takes maybe a few months to a year (or maybe even longer?) for relatively inexperienced posters to figure out how to stylishly wear the clothes that they buy, you might not hit your groove until after three or four haircuts. (And, if you're like me, each haircut might be separated by five or more weeks.) Sure you can walk out of a salon looking pretty good; but unless you intuitively "get" how to replicate what the hair stylist just did (note: good hair stylists will talk you through what they're doing to your hair as they're doing it) you'll probably fail at maintaining your hair. I guess what I'm trying to say is: be ready for the long haul, and don't get discouraged.
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^ Agreed. Don't take hairdressing advice from the internets.

Go talk to a hairdresser and maybe just google image search haircuts for ideas.

It might take up to half a year to modify your hairstyle and for it to properly grow out.
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Part of the reason I was considering shaving was because of the devoa model...
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