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Random Fashion Thoughts (Part 3: Style farmer strikes back) - our general discussion thread

Komuga

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What are the chances someone knows (or can point me towards something similar) what this white camp shirt is? Been looking for something beyond the typical boring white camp shirt. Textures/details look fantastic.
It’s bode.
 

gettoasty

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Has anyone approached each new season, reviewed a look book they like, and limited their purchase for the quarter to one entire outfit (e.g. outerwear, top, bottoms, footwear, accessories)? If repeated for several seasons, after awhile there would be an outfit for each season and assuming some additional outfits to rotate during the year for various climates. Certainly, depending on which look book and the focus, eventually there would be enough of the same designer to mix and match more seamlessly (more of a detail for online doubters than IRL where most people probably would not even notice). This seems optimal. And this is taken from the context where some will review a look book and really fall in love with how everything is styled together.
 

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Yeah, Clive Owen in the croupier is the coolest. Lumineers, not so much
 

GoldenTribe

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Clive Owen was just announced as the next James Bond in the alternate universe where 2020 is not the clusterfuck apocalypse.
 

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