Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Teger, Nov 2, 2011.
While I don't know any, I refuse to believe there aren't any good ones out there.
Like I said, the denim jacket was not my favorite, and I will agree with you that some Clarks DBs would have been a much better choice than the Jordans. She always recommends DBs (Yes I read her blog), so I think she was trying to mix it up and be a little more outlandish. This forum also tends to be overly critical of what I will call "outsiders" or non-Sfers. If WAYWRN is any indication, people here disagree constantly. Break vs no-break, slim vs borderline vasoconstriction, etc. However, since she is an "outsider", people find it easier to gang up and ridicule.
However, following brad's comment, I would be interested to see if someone could find a good/better female menswear blogger.
her outfits suck and look like shit. the key to dressing well in an office setting isn't piling a bunch of ugly shit ontop of what you wear to create 'visual interest', it's to have clothes that fit perfectly and are made of obviously nice materials -- you can tell the difference between loro piano wool and merona shit blend wool from 10 ft away.
like what the fuck is this bullshit
it's poorly written and wrong
hey guys I'm wearing a blazer, OCBD and tie today. how do i spice my outfit up??/ maybe have a watch with a bright orange band (accent color!!!), some green socks and a cool pair of vintage frames dangling off a lapel chain to really set myself apart!!!!
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so basically it´s the "follow the herd" approach to dressing. If everybody else is wearing suits and flip flops, you wouldn´t wanna look out of place, right??
Being nice I would say 9 out of 10 are shit.
at least 9 out 0f 10 written by men are shit
how many different ways can you combine the same exact 6 items? i'm surprised she didn't do one without pants. http://stylegirlfriend.com/what-to-wear-vegas-business-trip/
99.9% of the whole internet is garbage, you guys.
99.9% of the everything is garbage, you guys.
SF has an entire thread basically all about doing exactly this.
Ok, great, so what is that 10th one?
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