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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
Thai girl. I think.
dat yellow fever.
+1. and Yes.
not that i need more jackets but this is nice, i like the peekaboo detail bottom
Somthing you should know: The average Style Forum member has tastes that are much different from yours. The members here tend to go for more "high fashion" looks, and would never wear Express. Your personal sense of style should be an organic thing-you should wear whatever you think looks good, and whatever you think your peers will appreciate. If you stick around Style Forum, browse the threads, and post pictures of your clothing, your sense of style will change very rapidly. But even if you don't let SF oppinions affect you at all, you should still never ever spend a large amount of money on one brand at one time. Ever. It is a huge financial mistake. Your tastes, and your regard for Express/Diesel, will change.
shah, kweska say?
Jet Why U No Quote ?
^ it's better without the quote. Let's you focus on the hilarious parts of what's being said, rather than the user.
i mean, interesting food is interesting, but how is it possible that this tastes good?
Orig published in Fantastic Man a/w 11
lol tsunami of mammaries
Trad is dead. Workwear is dead. Lane's style was stillborn.
I don't know which part I should be upset about first. The part where she assumes a gender binary, and then equates feminine / asexual with bad and masculine with good? The part where she says she wants men to stop being one-dimensional and start being sex objects? The part where she congratulates Marc Jacobs in what's supposed to be a pretty decent magazine? If this is a wry spirit and sense of irony I just don't know any more.
Gant is abercombie & Fitch for grown boys. Why don't people see that?
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