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

imatlas

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Hizzoner DGAF


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(the corrupt old SOB always looks pretty damn good)
 

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I truly hate this dude and the prominence he has in my IG explore tab. Literally the first thing I see for over a month. I wish there was a way to filter out all Reels, have yet to see anything but truly bleak and soul crushing content
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I truly hate this dude and the prominence he has in my IG explore tab. Literally the first thing I see for over a month. I wish there was a way to filter out all Reels, have yet to see anything but truly bleak and soul crushing content
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yeah it’s things like this that make me remember why I deleted all my socials lmao
 

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where are you getting your fabric masks? I have some from etsy and the local tailor, but its very hit or miss. Would like a readily accessible option, black, good fit (not small). Saw that uniqlo carry masks now, but don't trust the sizing.
 

gettoasty

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I like these two:
Outdoor Research
Hyperlite Mountain Gear

The latter I found worked better for me, I use the former now at home when working in the yard for things like kicking up debris etc.

Grab some filters from Outdoor Research too. What I actually like to do is take the filter and instead of unfolding it as it was designed for the Outdoor mask, kept it folded and placed it in in the Hyperlite mask--it holds well enough. Gives me a better peace of mind; Hyperlite I do not experience glasses fogging up but you may experience some gaping on the side. YMMV

@Superb0bo Both have black colors too
 

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where are you getting your fabric masks? I have some from etsy and the local tailor, but its very hit or miss. Would like a readily accessible option, black, good fit (not small). Saw that uniqlo carry masks now, but don't trust the sizing.
The Uniqlo mask sizing is a mess. I got a few of them online in large. The masks themselves are comfortable and breathable, but the ear loops were really long and they don't have the moldable nosepiece. I cut and tied the loops so they fit better and added a nosepiece from a single-use mask, and it works great now.
 

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My first mask outing was a pack of shorn sheets made by Matteo. They cost near $50 and came with non-elasticated loose ends. You could either tie them behind your head in one bulbous knot each and every time you put the mask on, or else spend hours finding the proper fitting for each ear before perma-tying each loop.

The only thing dumber is an $80 perforated leather mask.
 

dieworkwear

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where are you getting your fabric masks? I have some from etsy and the local tailor, but its very hit or miss. Would like a readily accessible option, black, good fit (not small). Saw that uniqlo carry masks now, but don't trust the sizing.
Proper Cloth has black linen face masks available in two sizes. Both are designed to wrap a bit more around your face, so you get more coverage under the chin and around your cheeks. The top has a moldable nose piece. The middle has a pouch to hold a proper filter. The whole thing is washable -- both the filter and shell -- so you can reuse it. I just dip mine in soapy water, swish it around, and then let it dry.



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