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thekunk07

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type the things you've been thinking, about buying, collections, designers, whatever.

I'll start.

selling all my funkiest shit because what i like isn't necessarily what i should be wearing. like it or not i probably look better in this:


than this:



more MMM, dries and cheap basics, less rick, raf, etc.
 

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Originally Posted by thekunk07
what i like isn't necessarily what i should be wearing.

Weird, I was just thinking this while looking at WAYWTs on various forums. A lot of people would benefit from this sentiment. You can admire something even if it doesn't necessarily work on you.
 

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My most outlandish things don't last too long in my closet, either.
 

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I probably shouldn't wear my fishing vest out in public ever because I'm going to look back on pictures in a year and think I was a moron...

Actually, I'm probably still going to wear it.
 

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That's a smart statement Tehkunk. I can really appreciate the design going into Raf, Jil, Julius, etc., but wouldn't wear it. I think it's fine wearing a bit of crazy/trendy/outlandish shit, but you gotta find what looks and feels right.
 

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yea u really do look better in the first pic.

but its fun to dress different sometimes... just sometimes.
 

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Originally Posted by thekunk07
I'll start.

selling all my funkiest shit because what i like isn't necessarily what i should be wearing. like it or not i probably look better in this:
than this:

more MMM, dries and cheap basics, less rick, raf, etc.

You look good in both IMO, but the look in the first pic is better.
 

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thx, but don;t want threak bout me. not conne. continue with random thougths please.
 

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I like Yoox's new vintage section.

No men's stuff though. Maybe that's a good thing.
 

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Random thoughts... After saying that wasn't steampunk, I'm now wondering what the hell defines steampunk. I'm also wondering if I really am gonna be wearing my raw selvage denim 5 years from now.
 
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