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post #151 of 988
Great thread. Makes me feel better about blogging.
post #152 of 988
Not really a fashion blog, but he claims to be a stylist.

http://thevklife.tumblr.com/
post #153 of 988
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Not really a fashion blog, but he claims to be a stylist.
http://thevklife.tumblr.com/

I read the url as

http://Albino-Ronnel.tumblr.com/

(No hate towards Ronnel)
post #154 of 988
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Not really a fashion blog, but he claims to be a stylist.
http://thevklife.tumblr.com/

lol
post #155 of 988
Recent links from our own posters. These dudes just graduated from The University of GQ Magazine and wants to regale us with what they've learned. The first link is just boring and run of the mill but I think I hate every entry in the second link.

http://simplerman.com/

http://www.spottedhat.com
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It's OK to go with trends, but stay ahead of the curve. Trendset rather than trendfollow. How can you do that with yellow pants? Pair them with a black t-shirt and black boots. Even colored chinos can be masculinized and turned into threatening, semi-militaristic garb.


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Animals on shirts should be true to the spirit of the animal. I once got a hand-me-down tie from my dad with sheep all over and a wolf in the center. Herds of sheep and a lone wolf. (What about a pack of wolves?) Rabbits, with their procreative proficiency, lend themselves to repetitive prints. Turn the rabbit into a hare rather than a bunny by keeping it outlandish and masculine with a ripped up cardigan and grey jeans.


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Other things to remember: overshirts should have funky patterns, whether plaid or Navajo patterns, to create interest, and it is OK to pop your collar on the overshirt. This helps to point out to the world that you are in fact rocking the overshirt.

post #156 of 988
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First off, for this reason, white shirts match with just about anything. Take for instance pants.
post #157 of 988

That Spotted Hat blog has to be satire, surely? Someone can't surely look that bad more than once or twice and not realise, and they surely couldn't be so unaware that they would actually advertise it to the entire world on a daily basis as if it was meant to be an example to others. I mean does anyone start of a blog post about chinos by saying "When we initially conceptualized this episode"... who are these people? 


Edited by FlyingMonkey - 9/22/12 at 4:37am
post #158 of 988
I read most of his main entries and linked detailed ones. I change my mind from hating all his posts to loving all all of them. I think it's too much work to be a troll but gotdamn it's funny. Great troll or fucking mental? Dude likes to put holes in his clothes.
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Wear a cardigan. Mr. Rogers destroyed the cardigan for an entire generation. Reclaim the cardigan. And don’t worry of it has been eaten by moths.


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Cut off your collar and your pocket and the bottom of your shirt. Make ‘em wonder. Keep them thinking. And it doesn’t hurt to carry around a Navajo patterned shirt jacket to make them think even more.




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Pendleton shirts are classic old school. Pair with a distressed cardigan.


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If you wear a green sport coat, you must follow these rules:
  • The left pocket must be cut and then sewn with purple and blue thread and there must be a cut underneath the pocket, also sewn with purple and blue thread.
  • There must be a hole in the back right shoulder.
  • The bottom of the coat must be cut off and frayed.



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This is my uncle’s Marine jacket from the early 1970s. Camouflage has always interested us because it so successfully combines black and brown, a rare feat for menswear. It must have something to do with two shades of green. With camouflage, as any designer will tell you, it is crucial to make it ironic. In other words, it is important to make it clear you aren’t actually heading off to war. The deeper irony of course is that camouflage is meant to hide you and people now wear it to stand out. You can’t hide when you wear camo. So rock a strong purple tie to deal with the multiple levels of irony.

post #159 of 988
look like a 30 year old #menswear du transferred his godawful tastes to hypebeast streetwear, which he discovered last year. What a confused mf-er.

http://www.thebirdandthebeast.com/









post #160 of 988
second to last one. holy shit.
post #161 of 988
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

second to last one. holy shit.

 

That dude needs a hover board.

post #162 of 988
hey guys i have been thinking for a long time about creating a tumbler/wp page/ etc.

it wouldn't really be about fashion as much as it would be my own personal WAYWT post whenever I feel like it + maybe link to other posts I like that i see.

now i'm scared and even more put off ffffuuuu.gif

I named it bushybrows after a Naruto character . . . LOL


oh and that latest post of the birdandthebest is killing me. to actually see a couples (?) blog where it was about 2 years ago that I brought this idea up with my then SO

LOL

This thread delivers.
post #163 of 988
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

hey guys i have been thinking for a long time about creating a tumbler/wp page/ etc.
it wouldn't really be about fashion as much as it would be my own personal WAYWT post whenever I feel like it + maybe link to other posts I like that i see.
now i'm scared and even more put off ffffuuuu.gif
I named it bushybrows after a Naruto character . . . LOL

Don't take yourself or style/fashion too seriously and it should be fine.
post #164 of 988
I actually want to take what I have on my sig (first link) and expand it to a full on review/informational rather than sartorial if that makes sense.

Post review, measurements, "real life" photos to help others get a better idea.

Basically just do what my original thread was suppose to be about but better. Hence, me trying to find a tripod and backdrop to get better photos in order. Still in the works and I want to stay as anonymous as possible =|

I don't think it will be reinventing the wheel although I have yet to see a blog (I am sure it is out there) that is similar or like what I am thinking about.
post #165 of 988
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if I was the bulldozer operator I'd run that mfer over
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