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Where is your style going? - Page 43
I'm not sure how to define my own style, but people have tried to throw 'hipster' at me.
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This was my first attempt: (Click to show)
I'm really interested in going for a more runway-inspired look though. I've been experimenting with my hair because I kept getting boring haircuts and the bitches never cut it right anyways.
I actually liked it (even tho my face looks chubz in that pic), but better when it's more like David Beckham and less like Sinead O'Connor.
I need to update my photos asap, I haven't had any taken since at least last summer and I have many new additions to my wardrobe obviously.
In lieu of recent photos of me, here's some garments/outfits that I wish I could wear and/or afford:
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Walter Van Beirendonck FW 2012:
Walter Van Beirendonck SS 2012:
Walter Van BeirenDonck FW 2011:
Marlon Gobel SS 2012:
Marlon Gobel FW 2011:
Todd Lynn AW 2011:
Todd Lynn AW 2010:
GQ China May 2010:
-Tech mountaineer, ALA White Mountaineering
-Monochromatic minimalism (black derbies, black trous, white hidden placket shirt, etc)
-Leather wearing coke dealer (Nice lace up/side zip boots, MMM/ToJ/Japanese leathers, baller sneakers)
It's coke dealer in an '80's movie type sense, not the real thing. Most of the ones I know are A&F polo types which is pretty lame.
Ha right, only what I imagine in my head to be a japanese, ninja-bike riding coke dealer
Still in flux. Not sure where things are headed. I still have a couple competing modes that aren't resolving into one defined, focused style. Not sure if that should even be a goal. For now, I'm bouncing btwn loose-flowy and mod-minimal-neat. Colors are still tame across the board: navy, gray, black, some tan/olive and white.
I can see one day just going full 60s Ivy Look, but my current grooming would create a weird disconnect. I also risk looking like an insurance salesman.