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How would you like a girl to dress?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Lel, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. BrianVarick

    BrianVarick Senior member

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    Pretty much anything jcrew. I try to buy my gf stuff there, and it never fits right.

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  2. joel_954

    joel_954 Senior member

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    Pretty much anything jcrew. I try to buy my gf stuff there, and it never fits right.


    Time for a new gf then??
     


  3. Kregg

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    Time for a new gf then??

    Or pony up for the good stuff.
     


  4. BrianVarick

    BrianVarick Senior member

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    Time for a new gf then??

    She is just a little too skinny....so I think not[​IMG]
     


  5. hughesbryant

    hughesbryant Senior member

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    My girlfriend is basically a walking Theory, Marc Jacobs, and Calypso closet so I never worry haha : )
     


  6. jamestown123

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    I really love it when girls/women dress classically, while retaining individuality. Of course today, dressing classically will likely make you an individual all by itself due to the extremely casual, dare I say, trashy style sense that most of the population has these days. Anyways, this is a perfect example of a wonderfully dressed girl, in my opinion. Thanks Droog and The Satorialist!
     


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    thelordofxxxx New Member

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  8. username79

    username79 Senior member

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    I really love it when girls/women dress classically, while retaining individuality. Of course today, dressing classically will likely make you an individual all by itself due to the extremely casual, dare I say, trashy style sense that most of the population has these days. Anyways, this is a perfect example of a wonderfully dressed girl, in my opinion. Thanks Droog and The Satorialist!

    She looks like a cross between a circus clown and a mime. What the fuck..
     


  9. Lel

    Lel Senior member

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    I like the concept of the outfit more than I like the outfit. Not a bad thing, I just feel that there are one or two details that are a bit "too much". I think the boots shouldn't be so tall, and I dislike the giant bow coming out of her collar. I guess it has to do with more of "How she chose to wear the outfit" than the outfit itself (I don't really like her belt either).

    Plus, I think she's cute.

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    Not my favorite girl, and I'm not actually sure about the outfit, it's something I'd need to see in person to see how the textures work in real life. I like the concept of the outfit though (perhaps it could be done better).

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    So bad it's good. Everything works because she's cute, and I assume she's quirky.

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    I don't like the girl that much, but I like her outfit. I guess this is more in spirit of the thread than the previous girl...

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    I don't like the shoes, could be changed to something more simplistic. The belt could be toned down, but I'm mostly indifferent to it. And I like the girl, she's cute.
     


  10. sploosh

    sploosh Senior member

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    Girls style can be so much easier. Really a girl can look great buying most of her clothes from wal mart.
     


  11. Lel

    Lel Senior member

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    Girls style can be so much easier. Really a girl can look great buying most of her clothes from wal mart.

    So can a guy, according to girls.
     




  12. Prada_Ferragamo

    Prada_Ferragamo Senior member

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    WTF?
     


  13. Lel

    Lel Senior member

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    WTF?
    Don't you have any American pride? Or are you a stinky, non-showering European?
     


  14. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    All of those jcrew pictures are garbage.
     


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