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Your opinions on argyle sweaters

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by coolwaterz, Oct 9, 2009.

  1. Miles Gloriosus

    Miles Gloriosus Senior member

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    The fuck you got against color, hater?
     
  2. SladeDT

    SladeDT Senior member

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    Argyle is cool with the right color combo.
     
  3. Fuuma

    Fuuma Senior member

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    In and out... whatever. It's a classic pattern and will never look all that out of place. The fashion industry is based on the false premise that things look good in some years and look bad in others. It's something that should be ignored as much as possible.

    I have an argyle sweater. Brown with black and gray diamonds. I like it, and wish I had more in warmer fabrics for the time of year when cotton doesn't cut it. And I don't see that changing just becuase a few designers in New York City want to sell more sweaters.


    Considering aesthetics are rooted in socialization things do look good at some time and bad in others. Fashion fads are of course usually more short term than massive shifts in aesthetics but a certain media and mass production overdose can make something you used to like tired.
     

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