I'm all about the simple bare excessities.
Seriously, poor form to pick at someone's small error in their second language (how many of us write in a forum in a language that's not our own, and flawlessly?), but actually I'm delighted by the accidental invention of this word. "Excessities" is really what SF is all about: what we consider to be "simple", "getting the basics right" and indeed, "classic and timeless" - the mere baseline, that even in most formal office environments would be considered a vain excess: our "real ancient madders", carefully-selected merino suitcloth, our obsessively-sourced welted shoes and our care in choice of tailor, gorge and buttoning point. Vain, obsessive, extravagant and irrelevant to the many, and yet somehow vital to the few.
These are our excessities. Brilliant word, well done.
Totally agree. Some people just take it to far. People need to be tolerant. Yes there are rules. Like no brown in town. Not much sense anymore. Country style invaded the city. So rules work as a base. For people who want to understand, so people have a base to start. After that, well you can just see it here, people develop a style.
Another rule. Discretion. When you dress so well you will not be discrete, change to what other people wear, square shoes and stuff, and you will be.
One thing we all have in common is that we like/love clothes. Everyone in a different way. I like to keep a bit unique. Who i am, my lifestyle translates to my clothes choice.
I worked for some time in a tattoo studio. One thing i learned about tattoos is that you don't judge others taste. If they like black and white or colorful, realistic or fantasy. It's a matter of taste. You can judge the quality of the work and how well executed it is. I think bad taste is many time easy to agree. Bad fits, you can see when someone does something wrong because they don't understand what they are doing. But you can't judge others and criticize for having a different taste.
People can choose the image they want to show. If they are conscient about that let them be. Rules have gone a long time ago. Something is not wrong because rules say so. Rules change. They are good as a starting point.
you had this. Then it changed. And changed, and changed. I think you guys get it.