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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1150 on: 08 Oct 2008, 19:04 »

Jens, the pagebreak shoes man, where did you get them?

I must have them.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1151 on: 08 Oct 2008, 19:08 »

blah blah blah I won't wear things that are cool blah blah blah



Man, whatever happened to wearing what you like because you like it, and not caring what other people wear? Or is that not fashionable?
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1152 on: 08 Oct 2008, 19:54 »

I'm in such a dilemma. I'm starting to see this dude but like one of my main concerns is him dressing like a Value Village artist. I want to make this boy buy some skinny jeans (without paint all over them), cardigans and fly ass kicks because he's all skinny and pretty, but I can't! I AM REALLY SHALLOW.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1153 on: 08 Oct 2008, 20:11 »

Take him shopping and buy him these things. Or better yet, get him to try them on and see how good he looks and he'll buy it himself.



Guys, today I wore this shirt, well kinda. My shirt doesn't say Dead Kennedys on the back. It is fitted, and super soft, and kinda faded, and I love this shirt. I wore it with these pants, and . Was this a bad decision? I do actually like dead kennedys.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1154 on: 08 Oct 2008, 20:14 »

blah blah blah I won't wear things that are cool blah blah blah



Man, whatever happened to wearing what you like because you like it, and not caring what other people wear? Or is that not fashionable?


You don't get it huh.

Also, boot cut jeans are the worst cut there is. Jeans you should look into the levi's 511 and 501, especially the unwashed 501 shrink to fit.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1155 on: 08 Oct 2008, 20:19 »

What I don't get is why you are an asshole. Maybe you want to fill us in?
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1156 on: 08 Oct 2008, 20:36 »

Oh man so guys.




I like the dress, but I am pretty sure I really like the chick better.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1157 on: 08 Oct 2008, 20:41 »

The dress is cute, as are the shoes. The girl is alright, as well. I don't know if I like the tights though. But, I don't generally like tights.



Also, I'd like to take some time to point out, and I am vaguely certain that this has been pointed out before, but I'd like to say that corduroy is like the fabric of champions. Seriously. I fall head over heels for anyone who wears a lot of corduroy. Phil's hatin the picture thread made me think of this.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1158 on: 08 Oct 2008, 20:42 »

Jens you look so much better in more fitted clothes. Seriously. The second outfit you posted flatters you so much.

Also, re: Fashion Debate-

Wear whatever the hell you want to wear. Do it in an unusual way. That is how you achieve fashion.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1159 on: 08 Oct 2008, 20:48 »

She is very awkward looking and cute!

And, I think I agree with Ms. Emaline. I mean, I get the whole "dressing is an art" but wouldn't it work best to use pieces and make them your own? Skinny jeans are just like any other kind of jeans; you can certainly make them work for you. You basically said you weren't interested in wearing anything the masses are into, right? It just sounds as stupid as an artist who creates art specifically so the masses won't like it... not just pushing boundaries, just signifying "in" groups by who "gets it" and who doesn't. Feel free to correct me if I'm misinterpreting you!
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1160 on: 08 Oct 2008, 20:53 »

That dress/stockings/shoes combo is so goddamned cute.

Also, people have different definitions of what "fashion" means.  People like me, for example, take looking fashionable to mean that you can colour-co-ordinate and pick clothes that suit your body type and make you look good.  There are others though that take fashion more seriously and view it as an artform.  Which is more correct?  I don't know!  I've always seen this thread to be something in the middle, where people can offer suggestions as to what would look good on other people, show off outfits they are particularly pleased or enamoured with and so forth.

I think also that when it comes to hipster fashion or whatever you want to call it there are a number of types of people, but the important ones to note are the ones who are dressing that way because it's how they want to look andthe ones who are dressing that way because it's how they think others want them to look.  If you're in the first category and you're dressing in an independent way based on taking things you've seen and liked and adding your own personal touch to them then that's great.  Whether you look good or not, whatever, you're doing your own thing and that's commendable.  If you're the type that sees what's popular and wears it because you think it'll score points with other people then that's kind of lame.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1161 on: 08 Oct 2008, 20:57 »

I really really like boyish haircuts on girls with feminine bone structure. HUBLAGHUBLAGHUBLAGHUBLAG
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1162 on: 08 Oct 2008, 21:08 »

That dress/stockings/shoes combo is so goddamned cute.
take looking fashionable to mean that you can colour-co-ordinate and pick clothes that suit your body type and make you look good.
There are others though that take fashion more seriously and view it as an artform.  


But this is also an art form.


Refusing to wear something just because everyone else wears it, even it make you look good, is rather silly. It's like saying bands like Minor Threat have sold out because they have sold a large amount of records. Maybe it's because they are good.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1163 on: 08 Oct 2008, 21:09 »

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah totally sold out.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1164 on: 08 Oct 2008, 21:14 »

Guys, no more pants! Everyone wears them.

Emergency! I can't find my sweaters! It is getting cool here finally, and I have no fall clothing, minus a corduroy blazer, but I will probably cry if I can't find my sweaters.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1165 on: 08 Oct 2008, 21:22 »

Man, I would say fashion is an art form. However, not everyone is skilled and awesome in that art form and just have a reasonable idea for what works in them. I mean, not everyone can perfectly critique and outfit like animal ghosts and know what exactly would look good on certain people. I certainly can't do that. However, I can dress myself reasonably well. (well i could if had better clothes to work with.)

Did that make any sense?
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1166 on: 08 Oct 2008, 21:23 »

Goodwill has good sweaters. Seriously. Thats where I get a lot of mine. Plus I am cheap.

I also like Old Navy's girl's sweaters. And Gap has had some good ones in the past.

Or you could be ultra cool, and learn to knit your own.*





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** But you could still totally learn and make your own sweaters and be cool as hell!
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1167 on: 08 Oct 2008, 21:24 »

Guys, no more pants!

I thought you were cool Robbie.

So, I only have 3 pairs of pants that aren't ridiculous Kung Fu pants. One pair are khakis and these things hug my legs pretty close, but not super close, it's weird. And I've got the shittiest pair of pants ever. I resewed them to be straight legged, but I wore them so much so they've got paint, dried blood, a hole near the inner thigh, superglue, and all kinds of wear to them. I want to fix them up so I can wear them again, but the hole is a little ridiculous, so is the rest of the stuff like paint and glue and stuff. How do I fix these pants?
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1168 on: 08 Oct 2008, 21:27 »

I'm cool. You were right.

I have sweaters. I just don't know where they are... I have some really good ones, too. Somewhere.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1169 on: 08 Oct 2008, 22:15 »

i dotn wear then the wear everyone else in cork does, i dont put ugg boots over them and constantly reapply my lipgloss!
yera who cares if theyre uncool or cool, they flatter my figure so fuck it like!
Man so everyone was like 'cuteunderagedirishgirlwithchocolatenomnomnom' in the photo thread and I was all like 'whatever' but something about the syntax in this quote makes me crush on you massive.
I mean.

Uh.

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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1170 on: 08 Oct 2008, 22:21 »

James, how dare you. We have to break up now. Sorrys.


And I was all going backpacking for a short period in Canada this summer.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1171 on: 08 Oct 2008, 22:36 »

Wait we were still dating? OK then, break it off if you want. Whatever.
You can probably crash here if you're backpacking Ontario.


Still I am not kidding something about the way those words and not words are arranged just makes me go whoa.
Maybe there is something wrong with me.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1172 on: 08 Oct 2008, 22:46 »

I like your casual apathy towards our relationship. Maybe I've broken up with you before. I don't remember.

Also, I think we are mostly just sleeping outside.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1173 on: 08 Oct 2008, 22:54 »

Well, does us being broken up or not change any of the practical applications of our relationship?
If you're actually planning this, backpack through Guelph, ON in the last weekend of July and go to Hillside.

Fashion thread I started rolling up my pants this summer both for biking considerations and heat control, and I am kind of in love with it now. Basically, I fold the bottom cuff up so the top of the fold is just below the lowest part of my knee, fold that fold once on itself, then fold it up again so that the pants stop just at the lowest point of my knees. I think it looks great.
Fashion thread is this OK?
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1174 on: 09 Oct 2008, 00:07 »

ITT: Fatty demonstrates Things Not To Do

Strapless Dresses:


Bubble Skirts: (old awkward photo)


Bootcut Jeans: (this is before I hemmed them


Dresses over jeans: (I mostly agree with this as a general principle)
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1175 on: 09 Oct 2008, 04:18 »

"I don't paint, I just get dressed every morning."

This.

You guys are so funny when you argue over clothes.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1176 on: 09 Oct 2008, 05:40 »

You don't get it huh.

Never post this phrase again, thanks!
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1177 on: 09 Oct 2008, 05:51 »

I know, Dan. The missing comma was driving me crazy, too.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1178 on: 09 Oct 2008, 07:57 »

Man I don't know what it is but I have been on a dress kick lately.





(the one on the right)






Also I think this is absolutely the best dress ever. Well, maybe not ever, but it is the best combination of multiple design elements that are supposed to be flattering that I have ever seen. Also, I look really good in blue. Anyone want to lend me $400?

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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1179 on: 09 Oct 2008, 10:57 »

I really wish mens formal wear had as many options as dresses do, all of those are cute but the last two are just devastatingly elegant.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1180 on: 09 Oct 2008, 11:25 »

Men's formal wear is more about colors and accessories (read: rad vests and hats). We've got less to work with I suppose, but it's totally possible to look super rad in a suit.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1181 on: 09 Oct 2008, 12:14 »

The white one would look better strapless, in my opinion. Also the last one has odd sleeves. Love the color though, and if you had the event to wear it to it would be pretty great.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1182 on: 09 Oct 2008, 13:20 »

I pretty much hate all strapless dresses. I think it's from looking at too many wedding dresses and realizing all the strapless ones make me want to shoot myself because they're so deadly boring. That said, there are a few ok ones, but I think skinny girls look bony and skeletor-like, and chunky ones look broad and jiggly from lack of support. So there is a very very narrow window of people who can get away with them, and I'm pretty sure I'm not in that window.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1183 on: 09 Oct 2008, 13:29 »

I just think the tiny little straps look odd and maybe a little cheap or something.
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« Reply #1184 on: 09 Oct 2008, 13:39 »

Oddly enough that's exactly what I think when I see no straps.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1185 on: 09 Oct 2008, 13:51 »

Yeah... strapless=tube tops=cheap hookers :/
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« Reply #1186 on: 09 Oct 2008, 18:32 »

The blue one is all kinds of awesomes.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1187 on: 09 Oct 2008, 18:34 »

I would also be classified as a "fan"
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« Reply #1188 on: 09 Oct 2008, 21:32 »

Also the last one has odd sleeves.

The shoulder seams mimic kimono-style sleeves (the way they are inset. just trust me, because I'd post a picture of a sleeve set in the same way but you still wouldn't be able to tell what I was talking about). It is also ruched (gathered) on top of the shoulder, which creates even wrinkles in the fabric that smooth out across the boob, making it look sleek and also maybe a little bigger? They are open on the side closest to the wrist (as opposed to the neck) like kimono sleeves too (and only tacked where the waist fabric starts; possibly sexy, because you might get side boob, but there is no risk of falling out sideways or flashing), but whoever made it left the outermost edge to create a fluttery cap sleeve. Cap sleeves are flattering on just about any arm shape, whether they are scrawny and bony or even if they are fat, and the extra volume of fabric used to create the flutter effect makes the sleeve stand out away from the arm below the shoulder which helps make the top of the arm look skinnier.

So basically, it is a flawlessly executed version of throwing lots of things that should make you look nice together all in one piece. It almost never works, either. Whoever did it gets a prize.


Also I like the white one exactly how it is. I was thinking I wished it was in a different colour, but now I'm not so sure. I would probably skip the drape, though.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1189 on: 09 Oct 2008, 22:40 »

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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1190 on: 10 Oct 2008, 04:45 »

Ladies and their dresses,

I really wish mens formal wear had as many options as dresses do, all of those are cute but the last two are just devastatingly elegant.

I think there are a lot of interesting variances that you can make in men's formal wear, but it is a lot more subtle than women's formal wear. Actually, come to think about it, this can apply more or less to menswear in general.

It's about the cut, colour, pattern. About the way you accessorise and match (or mismatch for that matter) tie to shirt to socks to shoes to belt and so on. About cufflinks, belt buckles, tie pins, jacket buttons, pocket squares. Did I mention it's about cut?
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1191 on: 10 Oct 2008, 05:03 »

I really really like boyish haircuts on girls with feminine bone structure. HUBLAGHUBLAGHUBLAGHUBLAG
Me too, I am a big fan of that.

Is it just me, or does the person in the purple dress on the last page look extremely tall? Maybe she is just skinny, but I'd put her at more than 6'.

The blue dress is amazing.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1192 on: 10 Oct 2008, 09:10 »

Dovey, preach it!

But seriously, men's fashion can be easy if you want it to be. Most times, a simple suit can look just as good (if not better) than when you put a lot of effort into it, but if you're willing, there is definitely a lot of options and things you can do to make a suit (or tux, I suppose, though I kind of hate them) look real good, and unique!
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1193 on: 10 Oct 2008, 10:15 »

Okay so that purple dress I posted. The whole website is amazing. Soooo many good dresses, like this one. I need this dress.



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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1194 on: 10 Oct 2008, 14:17 »

Man, I must be a terrible fashionable person, I love strapless everything.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1195 on: 10 Oct 2008, 15:53 »

I'm really not a big fan of most of formal(-ish) dresses. Most of the time I think they just look silly and don't flatter womens' figures at all.

However, men's formal wear makes me want to kill myself because it's too expensive for me to wear all the time... There's so much subtly to it, finding the proper suit to fit your body and personality is quite difficult.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1196 on: 10 Oct 2008, 18:14 »

Okay so that purple dress I posted. The whole website is amazing. Soooo many good dresses


Unique Vintage is one of the cool sites on my "Check Regularly" list.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1197 on: 11 Oct 2008, 06:49 »

Man, I must be a terrible fashionable person, I love strapless everything.

I think we've actually told you that 20 times, Andy. =/
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1198 on: 11 Oct 2008, 07:08 »

Excuse me if I can't take a forum's advice quite serious when most of them think short are the epitome of awful.

Besides, if I took half the advice on here, it'd look awful with my body type
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1199 on: 11 Oct 2008, 13:42 »

man guys, it's pretty ironic that you're constantly telling everyone to find what works for them and their body type but you expect the same tips to work for every single person

fashion is an individual, completely subjective thing.

clearly Drill King gets enough compliments (on this forum, and I'm sure otherwise) to keep doing exactly what she's doing.
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