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Ah, italics may have made that more clear. If I owned that RR and saw him sitting on the hood like that I would probably get the shotgun

Inheriting a powder blue version of that car may soften a family member's death somewhat in the future.
post #2522 of 4261
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Leave James alone he's got more balls than all of you haters put together.

he may have all sorts of balls, but those are nonetheless creepy images of a sartorial nature.
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He certainly looks like he's trying to show us his balls in the second picture...

 

Almost every picture I see of James, I think he's trying very hard, too hard, and failing. However, I find this to be far more interesting than not trying at all, and at least I can almost always learn something from his fits, even if it may not be what he thinks he's teaching.

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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

I will say sometimes James can look like a badass...
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If it weren't for those awful faux antiqued shoes, I'd wear this myself..
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

I will say sometimes James can look like a badass...
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If Tom Ford had more hair.
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

If it weren't for those awful faux antiqued shoes, I'd wear this myself..

He looks like RSS lost son..
post #2527 of 4261
I think he looks great. Not my style, but so what?
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nobody else seems to see his outfit as contrived? how about the fact that the car he is sitting on is colour coordinated to his clothing and accents it perfectly. It looks good on paper (that is each individual piece is good) but together it looks like a gimmick. This is a common occurrence of people who are 'dressed by the internets'.
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Originally Posted by oneeightyseven View Post

nobody else seems to see his outfit as contrived? how about the fact that the car he is sitting on is colour coordinated to his clothing and accents it perfectly. It looks good on paper (that is each individual piece is good) but together it looks like a gimmick. This is a common occurrence of people who are 'dressed by the internets'.

Are you sure you don't mean 'dressed FOR the internets'.

In any case - I'm the first to admit his looks are over the top, but more often than not in a very self expressive way, I like his style mostly because he does it COMPLETELY and without watering it down.

Too much? Absolutely! That's why it works (for him).
post #2530 of 4261
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Are you sure you don't mean 'dressed FOR the internets'

What's the difference? People dress according to ("by") the rules of whomever they wish to impress. Taking the fact of the statement for granted, the internet is that which dressed him, and that for which he is dressed.
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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post

What's the difference? People dress according to ("by") the rules of whomever they wish to impress. Taking the fact of the statement for granted, the internet is that which dressed him, and that for which he is dressed.

You make a very good point!
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I´m just gonna leave this here. Enjoy nod[1].gif

 

 

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Those pics I posted of James are definitely creepy. But I like his style. He owns a lot of very expensive clothing but he pulls a lot of it off well. He's an interior designer.
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Originally Posted by oneeightyseven View Post

nobody else seems to see his outfit as contrived? how about the fact that the car he is sitting on is colour coordinated to his clothing and accents it perfectly. It looks good on paper (that is each individual piece is good) but together it looks like a gimmick. This is a common occurrence of people who are 'dressed by the internets'.

Are you sure you don't mean 'dressed FOR the internets'.

In any case - I'm the first to admit his looks are over the top, but more often than not in a very self expressive way, I like his style mostly because he does it COMPLETELY and without watering it down.

Too much? Absolutely! That's why it works (for him).



I wasn't speaking about him when I meant 'dressed by the internets', but merely trying to use that to illustrate the gimmicky sense given off by his style (i.e x + y +z = fashion where x y and z are all praised on the internet). He is 'dressed for the internet' yes, but it comes off just as gimmicky as 'dressed by'.


edit: but the more I think of it, the more they are the same. I mean dressed by the internet is essentially dressed for the internet in that you want to impress a specific demographic. Isn't that really what he's doing? The only difference is he's exploiting it and becoming recognized for doing so.
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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post


I´m just gonna leave this here. Enjoy

Why you hating on Versace for H&M? smile.gif
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