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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Love, Nov 3, 2007.

  1. Love

    Love Deity

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    Whats the fashion in your place?

    Do you follow it?

    Do you live your own little life?

    Tell your story!
     
  2. azzaman333

    azzaman333 meh

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    Fashion?!?
     
  3. Love

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  4. sourboy

    sourboy Awakening...

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    I usually come up with my own style based on parts of fads/fashions. A mix of fashions really. Many people say they like my style, though I don't see anything special. If I feel good with my attire, both in appearance and comfort. Cool.

    I tend to be old fashioned, btw.
     
  5. azzaman333

    azzaman333 meh

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  6. GoodEnoughForMe

    GoodEnoughForMe n.m.s.s.

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  7. Neomega

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    Fashion here is washed out tight jeans, and button up shirts or hipster t shirts, or pink shirt and white ballcap.

    I wear pants I think are really cool, like cargo, hiking, or snowboarding pants, and t shirts without any labels or words on them, every now and then a hat, (but not ball cap). Its really my own style. I usually try to keep everything within 3 colors, tow major, and one accent.

    I used ot not care, but about a year ago, I realized how important it was.


    And I do all my shopping at Value Village. :D
     
  8. Ansar

    Ansar Détente avec l'été

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    Hollister / American Eagle / Abercrombie and Fitch.
    No. Too expensive.
    What do you mean? It doesn't sound like it's related to fashion... :confused:
    Well, it all started when I was born...
     
  9. carmen510

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    The fashion is the urban lifestyle today. Designer clothes, or gangsta wars.

    I will never follow fashion, it is the capitalist way of draining people of hard-earned money via peer-pressure and emotional advertising. :p
     
  10. Fugitive Sisyphus

    Fugitive Sisyphus Escape Artist

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    I can't even comprehend fashion.
     
  11. Fifty

    Fifty !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    By "here" do you mean the Seattle area? Because if that is what you mean, you'd be wrong. That stuff went out of fashion months ago (though I don't doubt some unfashionable people still dress that way).
     
  12. Narz

    Narz keeping it real

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    I let my GF be fashionable for the both of us. :D
     
  13. Lozzy_Ozzy

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    In my age group its mostly either preppy, new-age emo (with the skinnys and long hair and cardis etc), chav and now a kind of "classic" (like a fashionable older man...

    I guess i'm in the latter, clothes shopping is one of those things I get a lot of satisfaction out of! I've got an outlet village nearby with Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Ted Baker etc nearby which is nice too.
     
  14. Miles Teg

    Miles Teg Nuclear Powered Mentat

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    Hmmmahhh. Fashion.... No I do not give a particular shape or form to anything.
     
  15. Combin

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    In my area it is kind of varied... Some kids think they are "gangstas," some are preppy-ish, some emo kind of thing, a lot of the jock kinds of clothes (sports jerseys and jackets), and other things that I can't seem to think of... But hey, it's highschool. :lol:

    I wear cargo pants (I think that's what they're called), plain t-shirts with no labels or anything (I hate being a walking billboard), and just plain black shoes. My mom says I'm a clean, conservative slob :rolleyes: . I also like to dress in earth kind of colors. All different shades brown, green, and gray.

    I don't follow fashion, not worth my time, money, or effort.
     
  16. Traitorfish

    Traitorfish The Tighnahulish Kid

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    I don't pay much attention to fashion. I wear dreadlocks and slightly worn jeans, shirts and shoes that could place me in pretty much any period of the last 30 years. I guess I'm vaguely metalhead- I tend towards blacks ands greys- or grungey- the dreads and "slightly worn" clothing- but I wouldn't fit under any particular heading. I avoid shirts with bran logos, so most of my shirts are either "fan shirts"- bands, comics, etc.- or just have an image or design that I think looks good.
    Put simply, my clothing wouldn't look particularly out of place anytime in the last 30 years. I just don't follow fashion strongly enough to be left behind by it.
     
  17. Neomega

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    i still see tons of hipsters
     
  18. warpus

    warpus In pork I trust

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    I start fashion trends and I end them at will.

    I can already tell you what's going to be hot next summer: Crocs on your head.
     
  19. Love

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    Oh, toesmell :yuck:
     

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