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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1200 on: 09 Oct 2008, 18:34 »

I would also be classified as a "fan"
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1201 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 #1202 on: 09 Oct 2008, 22:40 »

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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1203 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 #1204 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 #1205 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 #1206 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 #1207 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 #1208 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 #1209 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 #1210 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 #1211 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 #1212 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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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1213 on: 11 Oct 2008, 14:34 »

Because generalizations are useful and appropriate when talking about the human form since some things are likely to be true for the majority of people. Most people don't have the relatively long, lean and youthful frames fashion designers often have in mind when designing clothes. Likewise, some things are just terrible ideas. Like crocs.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1214 on: 11 Oct 2008, 17:56 »

fashion is an individual, completely subjective thing.

It's funny you say that, because earlier today I happened to be flipping through Republic, and Plato titled one chapter "Capris: They Never Look Good" and then proceeds to launch into what scholars generally regard as history's first empirically true logical argument.

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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1215 on: 11 Oct 2008, 18:01 »

Truly Plato was a wise man
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1216 on: 11 Oct 2008, 18:31 »

Besides, if I took half the advice on here, it'd look awful with my body type

then ignore said advice

If you saw me on a day to day basis, you would totally know that I am.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1217 on: 11 Oct 2008, 20:23 »

Guys, red lipstick? Yes no? Terrible idea?
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1218 on: 11 Oct 2008, 20:31 »

Depends on the shade. Too bright, makes you look like a whore, too dark, makes you look too gothic. Right tone, with the right match with the clothes, and you'll look great.

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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1219 on: 11 Oct 2008, 20:49 »

Also red lipstick makes your face look like a vagina, and we are all in agreement that vaginas are rad.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1220 on: 11 Oct 2008, 21:09 »

Man, that is way too general of a question. It's makeup and makeup is crazy subjective by nature. My maternal grandmother can still pull off red lipstick largely due to her skintone and her overall look. On the other hand, some of my paternal cousins looked trashy in their ill-advised attempts to incorporate red lipstick.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1221 on: 12 Oct 2008, 01:16 »

Its a darkish red. I have moderately pale skin, and blackish reddish hair. I tend to wear darker colors, inculding darker make up.

Basically my question is, am I gonna look silly as hell?
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1222 on: 12 Oct 2008, 01:34 »

Well, I mean, it depends.

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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1223 on: 12 Oct 2008, 03:00 »

that was horrible.

I think that if the lipstick goes well with the hair, it should look okay, though I really don't know much about makeup (I'm a male, and I don't play in a goth or black metal band).
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1224 on: 12 Oct 2008, 06:03 »

Agreed, with pics.

(personally I love red red red lipstick, but I know a lot of people that can't pull it off. But I really dig that white blonde + red red lipstick look. Gwen Steffani, Scarlett Johanson, marilyn monroe, etc. IE if you can't you REALLY can't, if you can, it's awesome.)
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1225 on: 12 Oct 2008, 08:08 »

I want to try wearing red lipstick, too, but I haven't had a chance to wander the makeup aisle to see what shade might look nice, if any, because I've seen friends try to pull off the red red shade and it just looks like they smeared melted red crayon on. They were all tan and blond and I'm the complete opposite, pale and dark brown hair.

I've also have been trying to think up outfits with fishnet stockings where they don't look out of place or trashy.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1226 on: 12 Oct 2008, 10:29 »

Man I think a classic red lip is classy as all hell. Just don't wear a whole lot of other makeup. When I do it, I just put on mascara and maybe a little eyeliner, but nothing too dramatic. Get a lip brush and put a little on at a time, even a sheer red is still gonna look classy. (PS I am a dark haired paleface too)
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1227 on: 12 Oct 2008, 10:48 »

I love wearing bright red lipstick. I am super pale so it looks really striking, and I don't wear any other makeup with it either. That is how you do it. Keep the rest of your face simple and pick the right shade!
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1228 on: 12 Oct 2008, 12:33 »

Alyssa wears fairly red lipstick a lot, and it looks quite nice! I guess it can be over-done on some women, but most can pull it off.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1229 on: 12 Oct 2008, 12:41 »

This would be easier to decide with pics.


I will post pictures of me in red lipstick, wearing one of those dresses I bought, with my septum tusk, when my camera arrives in the mail. Hopefully, I will get it before Wednesday, or on Wednesday, so I can take pictures of my bird tattoos.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1230 on: 12 Oct 2008, 13:58 »

Its a darkish red. I have moderately pale skin, and blackish reddish hair. I tend to wear darker colors, inculding darker make up.

Basically my question is, am I gonna look silly as hell?


No.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1231 on: 12 Oct 2008, 15:33 »

Dita only gets away with most of the shit she wears because half the time she is taking it off.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1232 on: 12 Oct 2008, 15:55 »


Is this okay?  My boyfriend wants me to try something in a more fire-engine shade, but I'm afraid that going any redder will make me look whorish (please excuse the PhotoBooth; my real camera has broken).

Also, I've been trying to find a pair of cute rain boots, because my only closed-toed shoes are canvas, and we're starting to get some rain.  I've almost bought this pair a couple of times, but I can't help coming back to the thought that rain boots make everyone's legs look fat.  Do they?  Am I better off with the mid-calf kind?  Or should I forget rain boots altogether and invest in a pair of waterproof tennis shoes (or something funky like this)?
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1233 on: 12 Oct 2008, 16:03 »

I think that looks really nice. Very striking. Wear it.
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« Reply #1234 on: 12 Oct 2008, 16:09 »

I really do like that lipstick on you, Elizzybeth, but I think if you're going to wear it then keep the eye makeup minimal, like in that photo.

I was told by a makeup-lady (doing my formal makeup) that if you want to wear something like bright lipstick, then the rest of your makeup (eyeshadow and whatnot) should be more subtle, so that people will focus more on your lips, rather than having the two aspects of your face fighting for attention. The same goes for having dark eye makeup, if you're going to do that then just wear gloss or light lipstick, so that the attention is more on your eyes.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1235 on: 12 Oct 2008, 16:10 »

I was always under the impression rain boots made your legs look thinner, because there's usually so much extra space around the calf
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1236 on: 12 Oct 2008, 16:33 »

Guys I am going for the second of my twice-a-year shopping outings this week (I go once during spring and once during fall, to get clothes for the present and following seasons.) Totally looking forward to getting some nice sweaters, vests, etc. I shall post pictures eventually.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1237 on: 12 Oct 2008, 17:23 »

Rain boots are so damn adorable it doesn't matter if they make your legs looks thinner or thicker.
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« Reply #1238 on: 12 Oct 2008, 19:03 »

Dan speaks truth.

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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1239 on: 13 Oct 2008, 02:39 »

Okay guys, it got cold here finally and I need a cardigan I think. Are there stores where you can buy them, I don't know how this works.
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« Reply #1240 on: 13 Oct 2008, 08:26 »

Order them from L.L.Bean. Or try goodwill. Or go to the mall and try an anchor store. Or look online and find something you like.

Basically, what I am saying is that it pretty much works like buying ANY clothing item.
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« Reply #1241 on: 13 Oct 2008, 12:26 »



Opinions on these shoes? I basically only ever wear sneakers, but I've been thinking I should have a pair of decent looking shoes that look, well, more "grown up" and/or "dressed up", and a pair of "boots" or whatever this is might be a good idea? The shaft has to be pretty low, because my calves are massive.. Anyways, I think I kinda like these, but I'm not sure why, and I don't know about the bowtie-thing in the back..

Also, finding nice looking winter shoes that don't cost a fortune is proving difficult as hell! I'm pretty sure I'll end up going for the wool socks + Chucks plan again, because 1) it doesn't really matter if the Chucks get ruined because they're already pretty beat and 2) I can fit two pairs of wool socks inside one of the pairs I have, but sigh, I really want a pair of niiice winter shoes that also do not make me feel like Bambi on the ice.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1242 on: 13 Oct 2008, 12:33 »

Winter shoes, or winter boots? Boots are more likely to have the tread you are looking for, you still can't run across ice, but you aren't likely to slip.

Those boots look good, not boring, but not overdone.
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« Reply #1243 on: 13 Oct 2008, 12:49 »

For not feeling like Bambi I HIGHLY recommend these.

They are small and lightweight so when you get inside you can slip them off your shoes and into a backpack, so you can wear your fashion-forward shoes inside.
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« Reply #1244 on: 13 Oct 2008, 12:56 »

I was going to buy a pair of those last year, actually! But then all of a sudden, the ice melted before I got my ass downtown to find some, and they apparently cost like $50, which is almost a new pair of shoes - but I'm hoping there are cheaper alternatives.
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« Reply #1245 on: 13 Oct 2008, 12:57 »

No way. I think I got mine for much more like $20. I bought a second pair when I lost the ones my parents had given me and I don't think I'd have spent $50 on them.

http://www.campmor.com/outdoor/gear/campmor/search/main.jsp?command=text&ip_text=yaktrax&image.x=0&image.y=0
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« Reply #1246 on: 13 Oct 2008, 13:01 »

Well, yeah, but you're not in the Land of Expensive. And it is difficult to find non-Norwegian online stores that will sell stuff like that to countries that aren't the US or Canada, especially without adding a fortune in shipping. I once wanted to get a bottle of shampoo from an online store, and while the shampoo cost like $20, they wanted $90 in shipping. Maybe eBay can be my friend.
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Re: Let's have a fashion advice thread.
« Reply #1247 on: 14 Oct 2008, 03:05 »

Eed, clearly you don't know that the last time I bought clothes in a store, I was a sophomore in high school. I don't know how clothes shopping works. But I'll look around on the internets.
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« Reply #1248 on: 14 Oct 2008, 06:33 »

You go into a shop, you try on things you like, you buy the things you like that fit. Alternatively you purchase things according to your measurements on websites. There is no guarantee of quality.
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« Reply #1249 on: 14 Oct 2008, 06:56 »

There is no guarantee of quality.

This is actually what has stopped me from buying one already from online. I have no idea the sort of fit they have. Which is why I'd need to go try some on.
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