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post #31 of 72
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Originally Posted by nomovement
i liked the stockholm style blog better. helsinkians just seem like modern hippies.
Link?
post #32 of 72
Tokyo Street Style from

Harajuku,
Shibuya,
Omotesando,
Daikanyama, and
Ginza



http://www.style-arena.jp/index_e.htm


post #33 of 72
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Originally Posted by whodini
Link?

good point. I could've sworn that someone started a stockholm style thread last week; but I can't find it anymore. Did the moderators get jelous and can it? Was I halucinating all those hot stockholm girls? I remember copying the link and sending it to my gf with a message for her to start dressing like halfo of those girls stat. If she has the link I'll repost it. If she doesn't, well thats bad news bears for me isn't it.
post #34 of 72
Thread Starter 
If someone has the link to that other Helsinki fashion site and the Stockholm site then please post them !
post #35 of 72
look-all sorts of regional blogs at this address! Stockholm, sweden-even Austin TX-that'll make Kent wang's day.

http://facehunter.blogspot.com/
post #36 of 72
awesome.
post #37 of 72
My friend actually does that. She says she refuses to photograph me so that she can lord that fact over me. Also, she is very tall and I am afraid to mess with her.
post #38 of 72
I ws expecting to see all of my old friends on that; but I guess they're not as cool as I remember. Tall women are not to be messed with-just adored.
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post #40 of 72
the Japanese dress a few levels above
post #41 of 72
this thread has some of the ugliest things i have ever seen in my life. Dressing different for the sake of dressing different is just retarted. Why can't people be unique in their personality insted of trying to compansate with overly retarted attention grabbing clothes? Anybody can be unique by pretending they don't have a mirror, what's unique about that?
post #42 of 72
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Originally Posted by blackplatano
this thread has some of the ugliest things i have ever seen in my life. Dressing different for the sake of dressing different is just retarted. Why can't people be unique in their personality insted of trying to compansate with overly retarted attention grabbing clothes? Anybody can be unique by pretending they don't have a mirror, what's unique about that?

You are what you wear? Maybe they are that different? I wouldn't stress too much what other people use for clothes.
post #43 of 72
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Originally Posted by moykky
You are what you wear? Maybe they are that different? I wouldn't stress too much what other people use for clothes.

you are not what you wear, you are who you are. They are not THAT different they're just trying to be.
post #44 of 72
Thread Starter 
I agree that some of those outfits are outrageous and that people should instead seek to be different via their personalities and their values but your clothes mirror you as a person and therefore you can also be unique through the way you dress.

I've seen some examples i like and others that really shock me!
post #45 of 72
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Originally Posted by blackplatano
this thread has some of the ugliest things i have ever seen in my life. Dressing different for the sake of dressing different is just retarted. Why can't people be unique in their personality insted of trying to compansate with overly retarted attention grabbing clothes? Anybody can be unique by pretending they don't have a mirror, what's unique about that?

hmmm...people may feel the way the same way about the way you dress.

Why are you a member of this and Superfuture with such a closed minded attitude?
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