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How would you like a girl to dress?

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

  1. JelloFaust

    JelloFaust Member

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    Is there a reason why men wearing black are bashed for being lazy but on women it's absolutley acceptable?
     
  2. Lel

    Lel Senior member

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    How else would I be able to steal their clothes? Seriously though, the giant-body-hoody/oversized-pullover/I-don't-know-what-to-call-it on the first girl on this page is awesome and I wanna' know more about it.
    Is there a reason why men wearing black are bashed for being lazy but on women it's absolutley acceptable?
    Probably because when most guys do it it's because they think it makes them look "cool and badass". Unfortunately it's also the exact same thing over and over again because there's less variation in men's clothing (black shoes, black jeans, black button up) and it's always ill fitting. It's not so much the all black part but the fact that it's always the exact same outfit, and always looks ill fitting. At least with women they tend to have more options for variety.
     
  3. JelloFaust

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    Probably because when most guys do it it's because they think it makes them look "cool and badass". Unfortunately it's also the exact same thing over and over again because there's less variation in men's clothing (black shoes, black jeans, black button up) and it's always ill fitting. It's not so much the all black part but the fact that it's always the exact same outfit, and always looks ill fitting. At least with women they tend to have more options for variety.


    That makes sense. I do to think it's less the black part, but that there is less variation...

    Thank you for the response. [​IMG]
     
  4. why

    why Senior member

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    Sweet jzus this girl needs a meal.

    One hot Italian sausage coming right up!
     
  5. imightbechad

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    ...and she's going to die during childbirth.
     
  6. james_timothy

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    Now that is seriously good stuff.
     
  7. Lel

    Lel Senior member

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    ...and she's going to die during childbirth.

    But if it's a girl then she's going to have great legs.
     
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  9. willy cheesesteak

    willy cheesesteak Senior member

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    Ain't no girl walking around like that.
     
  10. Lel

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    Does anyone know examples like thread, but in reverse? "How would you (girls) like a guy to dress" from a women's fashion forum? I am very, very curious.

    Just look at any celebrity, their stylist is probably female. Or open any GQ magazine and point to a random picture. I'd imagine that "fashion-y" girls would dress their guys in the latest trends and expensive brands, putting them into slick tiny lapel black Dolce and Gabanna suits with skinny black leather ties (and doing dumb stuff like no PS/pants too long/no cuff showing/all the buttons buttoned up).

    At least, that's what I'd imagine. I don't think any man should let his women dress him (and vice versa).
     
  11. jet

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    One of my favorites

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  12. Eyud29

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    Hate to pull up a picture from so early in the thread, but this is possibly the best I've ever seen short hair pulled off. You see those girls every day who don't pull it off, and you're just thinking "Well, A for effort, but that didn't work out." And then there are girls like this, where all you can do is pathetically try to apologize to the patron saint of sexy short hair for your earlier stupidity.
     
  13. sharks9022

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    Ahh I love when this thread floats back to the top. I get to see Emma Watson now.
     
  14. XenoX101

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    Hate to pull up a picture from so early in the thread, but this is possibly the best I've ever seen short hair pulled off. You see those girls every day who don't pull it off, and you're just thinking "Well, A for effort, but that didn't work out." And then there are girls like this, where all you can do is pathetically try to apologize to the patron saint of sexy short hair for your earlier stupidity.

    I love short hair, even moreso I love girls with such nonchalance like this one, it's clear that she doesn't follow trends or try hard to impress to boys, she has a real honesty to her look. A stark contrast to the 101 girls wearing black skirts, leather jackets, black high heels and way too much make-up at the clubs around here, not a sceric of personality.
     
  15. Obbi

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    I love short hair, even moreso I love girls with such nonchalance like this one, it's clear that she doesn't follow trends or try hard to impress to boys, she has a real honesty to her look. A stark contrast to the 101 girls wearing black skirts, leather jackets, black high heels and way too much make-up at the clubs around here, not a sceric of personality.

    Agreed! short hair, doesn't follow trends. Just t-shirts and jeans is cool enough!
     
  16. origenesprit

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    It also helps to be one of the most famous supermodels in the world.
    Seriously, VERY few women can pull off short hair.
     
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    It also helps to be one of the most famous supermodels in the world.
    Seriously, VERY few women can pull off short hair.


    Whaaa..?! I find this statement HIGHLY questionable.
     
  18. creativemilk

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    Agyness Deyns, she is. Oh my, oh my...
     
  19. wannabeagiant

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    Agyness Deyns, she is. Oh my, oh my...
    there's photos out there of her naked shooting some upcoming film. She looks like a prepubescent boy. I know that sounds like I know what prepubescent boys look like naked but you know what I mean. her body's not exactly the most feminine out there.
     
  20. willy cheesesteak

    willy cheesesteak Senior member

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] I'm not going to lie, when posting these it was mostly the looks that came first [​IMG]
     

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