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John L

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Wearing 18 East in a traditional menswear ensemble would be ambitious.

But who's to say that it can't be done? :cool:

But yeah, this should probably be moved to SWD.
 

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@mossrockss yeah, I debated that for a bit. I just ended up putting it here as the eidos thread was in CM. I dunno how many people exclusively browse one or the other, I just subscribe to whatever threads are interesting, but if it would change traffic or whatnot, I don't care either way!
 

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I do wonder how it will pair with Eidos sportswear, which I have totally been into laltely. Either way, from all I've seen, I think I need to being an early adopter instead of laggard about this.
 

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I do wonder how it will pair with Eidos sportswear, which I have totally been into laltely. Either way, from all I've seen, I think I need to being an early adopter instead of laggard about this.
I think it will pair easily with many brands that have a utilitarian vibe.
 

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I am sure that will be tried here with no success. Stick with the designer’s intent.
I fundamentally disagree with this. I think that the most interesting outfits come from de-contextualizing and re-contextualizing garments. One of the reason I more or less refuse to browse instagram, where most outfits are designed to be at least somewhat "wearable". Who needs that watered down, made for 500K likes from basic bitches/bros, crap? I would rather watch an insane fashion show that shows that garments in an outlandish way that couldn't possibly be translated into "normal life." I doubt many workplaces would allow you to rock out with your cock out like Rick showed his models a few years ago.
 

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