Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Synthese, Nov 11, 2013.
BBS x 2
I don't see it, but I look like that every day, so what do I know.
deep neck tee, blazer, flashy boots looks like you're ready to go clubbing.
Nicelynice, that's great. I actually think the hat is the least coherent element but maybe I'm crazy.
repost an old fit (oh hai shah .) eg, rick dropcrotch
you gotta post a new fit dude
I understand. It's not really radical. In my youth (70s) a cardigan like that was grandad territory.
new or old, that fit looks great.
Looks like you got all your clothes from lupus. lol
I'm a bit confused about this challenge - is the point to have a look that shouldn't work, because of the actually look and feel of the pieces, but does? Or is it more like, mixing and matching brands that normally should never work together, but do. I was planning on the second, mixing conservative Italian brands with mall brands with goth ninja approved brands with mid-market stuff, and with each of the pieces being fairly representative of the brand aesthetic, but am I supposed to be doing the former? I can do that too, but @Synthese 's marching orders were not that clear, at least to my lame brain.
AA - what cd graphic tee
I went for the first... incongruity but going for something that could work in a WTF kind of way.
lol. sup dood.
They weren't, were they? Sorry about that. I'd say either works. What you're planning on doing sounds good, and sort of like what I was planning on doing. I think Parker and NN did it very well, too - weird brand mixture,weird silhouette (NN, Diniro), weird mix of formal and casual styles (Parker). Dorje's got the right idea too, but I'm not sure his worked out as well. Theoretically, I guess would could wear Rick head to toe and sub in, I don't know, a pink floral button down, and that would fulfill the challenge requirements too.
lol, no butthurt
No offense intended! I haven't even come up with a submission yet, so I'll keep my stones in my pocket.
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