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post #31 of 995
that blog wins.
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It’s a satisfying feeling to look in the mirror every once in a while, admire the ensemble you’ve put together and reflect on the fact that I’m wearing close far outside my price range that look great on me and only cost a few dollars.
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I found myself in a Walgreens yesterday, so I went down the hair products aisle to find myself a can of this stuff, and there it was in the “ethnic hair care” section. This made me worry at first that the product might not be for me, but I decided to trust Giuseppe’s (that’s the name of the author of An Affordable Wardrobe, which is great and heavily centers around thrifting) experience and bought myself a can (Bonus: its packaging makes it look like it came from a thrift store, but you can buy it brand-new at pretty much any Walgreens or CVS. Best of both worlds.).
post #32 of 995
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I found myself in a Walgreens yesterday, so I went down the hair products aisle to find myself a can of this stuff, and there it was in the “ethnic hair care” section. This made me worry at first that the product might not be for me, but I decided to trust Giuseppe’s (that’s the name of the author of An Affordable Wardrobe, which is great and heavily centers around thrifting) experience and bought myself a can (Bonus: its packaging makes it look like it came from a thrift store, but you can buy it brand-new at pretty much any Walgreens or CVS. Best of both worlds.).
Yeah I read that earlier and I was like Lol wtf? This is the opposite of any normal person's thought process. Somebody should tell him that "looking like it came from a thrift store" isn't a positive attribute.

I'm so glad I clicked on that kid's blog this morning. Gave me a good laugh.laugh.giflaugh.gif

also lolol close
post #33 of 995
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I found myself in a Walgreens yesterday, so I went down the hair products aisle to find myself a can of this stuff, and there it was in the “ethnic hair care” section. This made me worry at first that the product might not be for me, but I decided to trust Giuseppe’s (that’s the name of the author of An Affordable Wardrobe, which is great and heavily centers around thrifting) experience and bought myself a can (Bonus: its packaging makes it look like it came from a thrift store, but you can buy it brand-new at pretty much any Walgreens or CVS. Best of both worlds.).

But can it make me Chinese alpha male?
post #34 of 995
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You know you might be too obsessed with menswear when…
love this shit
post #35 of 995
I'm amazed how many clashing color combinations of ties and pocket squares I see. They think they have sprez when in fact they have no sense of color coordination.
post #36 of 995
The first key to writing good is to having good grammar
post #37 of 995
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Originally Posted by Master Milano View Post

This question is pretty inevitable, but what do you guys think make a good blog? or are all blogs shitty because they're blogs?

I enjoy written content, I much rather prefer it over the tumblr style of having everything just endlessly reposted so I never know the original source or context of the picture. What is terrible about blogs is that the written content has non substance, it's just a personal diary for people to muse on and wax poetry. I'd much rather prefer a cold analytical approach. Comparing fits of clothing, commenting on the fabric, fit, and maintenance of their wardrobe. Really anything moderately relevant or partially practical makes for good reading material. Is this relevant to me? Am I gaining anything from reading this? robin's blog is a pretty good example because it tends to show case a few local Seattle stores (clothing and non) which is both highly relevant and practical info for me. Local food, culture, shopping experiences, newest designs, shit even stuff like decent recipes or good drinks would make for readable content.

Only very rarely does a person's writing, or quality of photography alone make up for an interesting enough blog. Too bad 99% of blogs are styled this way.
post #38 of 995
what's robin's blog?

edit: got it robin is mister crew.
post #39 of 995
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

what's robin's blog?
edit: got it robin is mister crew.

pretty popular too, at least a few thousand subscribers when I just added it to my reader
post #40 of 995
http://shopwolfvsgoat.tumblr.com/post/11877698736/mauros-feeling-ill-so-how-do-we-make-him-feel

jesus
post #41 of 995
^LOL. File under "Ways to discredit your business."
post #42 of 995
Just took a look through Phat Guido's blog, as well as his sister's. Good stuff. The ironing video is strangely mesmerizing.
post #43 of 995
i went through some of PG's blog now i want a fuji x10 confused.gif
post #44 of 995

The x10 is sexy.  I'm thinking of selling my oly xz-1 for it.  Better hurry before Oly goes under though :(

post #45 of 995
what you mean ? are they in trouble ? i was also considering some micro4/3 either oly or pana...
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