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Street Style(?) at SXSW

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Not a lot good going on here.
post #2 of 83
hipster dad makes me want to puke - on his kid.
post #3 of 83
this country is so culturally devoid, its pretty awful going through these pictures.
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Street style is not just a bunch of people you found on the street.
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I was at SXSW this year, and the most prominent "style" I saw was pudgy hipsters wearing overly tight clothing.
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hipsters should be gas chambered
post #7 of 83
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The rest of the year, fashion in Austin can be post-collegiate casual, but during SXSW, people turn it out.
If that's "turning it out", I'd be interested in seeing "not trying". With the exception of a few people who look super try-hard, everything looks more casual than post-collegiate casual. edit:
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hipsters should be gas chambered
Except for the cute, willowy hipster girls. If anything, we need more of them.
post #8 of 83
haha. terrible and funny and cringe inducing. do hipsters not exercise ? there was one person out of a 100 who looks like they might have seen a gym in the last decade. also, the style or lack of it squashes the idea that music is somehow the bastion of fashion forward aesthetics. those days are long gone.
post #9 of 83
at max 4 cute girls
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
this country is so culturally devoid, its pretty awful going through these pictures.
Yes, I too wear my finest RO/Julius gothninja attire to indie rock festivals. and lol @ Aziz Ansari
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post
Except for the cute, willowy hipster girls. If anything, we need more of them.

+1000. I saw plenty of cute hipster girls walking around, but SXSW is by nature kind of a sausage fest.

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Originally Posted by juliank View Post
haha. terrible and funny and cringe inducing. do hipsters not exercise ? there was one person out of a 100 who looks like they might have seen a gym in the last decade. also, the style or lack of it squashes the idea that music is somehow the bastion of fashion forward aesthetics. those days are long gone.

Well I wouldn't consider SXSW to represent much of what is cutting edge in music for that matter. I mean, badges (all access passes) are $700 and a year or two ago there was a Harley Davidson pop-up dealership set up outside Red Eyed Fly. There's still lots of cool shit going on, but it's basically just a giant corporate music festival. Nothing more, nothing less.
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nice pot shot Saul, but I fail to see how this is "turning it out." If our generation fashion wise can only offer ear gauzes and body tattoos paired with thrift store shit...than that's a sad state of affairs. As Juliank said, Music tended to originally be a tremendous influence for style, and now it seems to be regressive.
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I love hipsters. (0)
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Did you spend all your money? Good. Now get the fuck back to Silverlake and Williamsburg.
post #15 of 83
Maybe I am a hipster?

They usually throw the best parties, and I enjoy sleeping in their apartments.
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