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post #46 of 69
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Originally Posted by Quixotic View Post
You can dress in all black as long as the shades are different. I primarily wear all black with grays and whites thrown in there. Christian Brylle has an impeccable style and tends to wear a lot of all black outfits. It's not because he's attractive. Simple all black style works. Extensive layering with all black is a little harder.
People really dress like this? Looks like the dumpster divers I saw everywhere in college.
post #47 of 69
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Originally Posted by Quixotic View Post
You can dress in all black as long as the shades are different. I primarily wear all black with grays and whites thrown in there.
Christian Brylle has an impeccable style and tends to wear a lot of all black outfits. It's not because he's attractive. Simple all black style works. Extensive layering with all black is a little harder.
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That's a really really bad example
post #48 of 69
Maybe your monitors are broken. Can't you sense the swag?
post #49 of 69
That 'LOVE ME' sticker on the post would work better on his shirt
post #50 of 69
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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post
If privacy is what you seek, go for it. Outside of an Ed Hardy shirt, I can think of no greater way to identify yourself as someone not worth talking to.

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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post
I realize that although I live in a relatively dressy Florida town due to the capital, the rest of the state is horribly dressed by and large.

Still, all black, without, as you said, mixing up textures or shades, looks like you're trying too hard. And honestly, my point still stands. Fuuma, you and I probably would write each other off if we met. I'd be a redneck rube in your eyes, you'd be a pretentious douche in mine. No harm in that.

do you eat fried squirrel?
post #51 of 69
these threads are worthless cjerks w/o pics. The only one we have so far is not good. all black can be done but I am too lazy to go find an example re: Fuuma's Florida comment, ya I don't see how anyone could wear all black here, totally incongruous.
post #52 of 69
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Originally Posted by Quixotic View Post
You can dress in all black as long as the shades are different. I primarily wear all black with grays and whites thrown in there.
Christian Brylle has an impeccable style and tends to wear a lot of all black outfits. It's not because he's attractive. Simple all black style works. Extensive layering with all black is a little harder.
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as i said earlier about looking poor...
post #53 of 69
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Black denim jacket, with slightly different shade of black jeans?
post #54 of 69
anyone have a coupon code for swagger? want to stack with my cc's cash rewards.
post #55 of 69
Don't forget your black card, that really ties together all black outfits. Also, drive around in a murda'd out DB9
post #56 of 69
how about this kind of style?
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post #57 of 69
PM me for swagger, limited quantities, must sell fast.

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People really dress like this? Looks like the dumpster divers I saw everywhere in college.

I agree. Since when does having holes in your shirt and looking malnutritioned in style?

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Maybe your monitors are broken. Can't you sense the swag?

swagger levels are over 9,000
post #58 of 69
Meh, I like that style I guess. I thought the fit was nice and the contrast was good for all black. But I tend to not like most SW&D fits.
post #59 of 69
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post
i think sw&d all blacked out doesn't always look good, i prefer dark colors myself, but if you have black boots, black jeans, black shirt it just looks odd, maybe even looks poor at times,

i feel like at least something on you at all times should not be black

OMG it look poor!!!!
post #60 of 69
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Originally Posted by Quixotic View Post
You can dress in all black as long as the shades are different. I primarily wear all black with grays and whites thrown in there.
Christian Brylle has an impeccable style and tends to wear a lot of all black outfits. It's not because he's attractive. Simple all black style works. Extensive layering with all black is a little harder.

"hey man, you gotta a dolla'?"
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