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Nick.
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16 Nov 2011 11:27
off point comment ghutson. a lot of people roll for the sake of it and it ruins fits when you do that. both you and padawan are guilty of this, it just confuses me because you both know how to dress well and own some great stuff, then feel the need to effectively ruin the whole aesthetic with ridiculous rolling. it can look good, but the majority do it wrong.

i think its easy to say FUK could be more creative/outside the box but im not sure i share the same opinion, yeah HW and soul are predictable but thats only 2 members. I enjoy everybody's contribution especially the recent stuff from foxtrot/bald dad, then jordan and freshflow (for example) often come through with different styles too, adding to the mix. of course some outside thinking would be welcome but i dont think we need to suddenly be worrying about our creativity.
beedub
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16 Nov 2011 11:31
There are a lot less options within menswear, less to choose from in terms of individual items and there's only so many ways you can interpret a sweater or a shirt without it becoming ridiculous. I think it's easy to say almost everyone on here dresses in a 'safe' way, but most of us are fairly average blokes and wouldn't go for the whole stylezeitgeist look (for example) anyway. It may get a bit samey, but all the best dressed guys on here, no matter what style or influence, wear the same kinds of item (shirt/ sweater, trousers/ jeans, jacket/ coat blah blah) but just with different reference points. It's not like anyone on here's going to post up in a one piece or some crazy Comme man-skirt, they'd get cunted off straight away.
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

16 Nov 2011 11:32
@ nickballs = no-one said you or anyone else should worry about thier creativity. some people just dont get the point.
oh and im glad youre enjoying the fits, im not. i dont dislike them, but i dont 'enjoy' any of them, the dior days were miles better even tho they were samey again.
the point im making is that there isnt one single person on here mil aside that wears anything different from each other whatsoever, sayword and the other baggy clothes wearer bloke are a tad different, but they just buy bigger clothes and coats with writing all over them.
the only difference is the price of the clothes not the actual clothes.
its not wrong in any way, course people aint going to start 'not' wearing jeans, big boots and a thick coat, but it would be nice to say have just one user who made everyone go 'fucking hell, what is he doing'. (in a good way)
anyone can look like anyone else on here for 400 quid on coggles or the end.
thats all it takes, one site and four items and thats you done, an internet fashion guru. isnt that a bit to fucking easy????

x did have a try and walnuts has had a mini go with the rottweiler shirt.

@ beedub = i wouldnt cunt offf anyone in a man skirt, id fucking love it.
ghutson
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216 posts since 1/12/09

16 Nov 2011 11:33
Alright forget I ever said anything about rolls.
FrIEND
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13426 posts since 27/11/03

16 Nov 2011 11:40
thing is its a fashion forum not a do your own thing forum…so people are gonna be boyed off if they start wearing anything that's not conceived as fashionable. and even that's not really the case as labels > clothes on here so people get boyed off if they're not wearing the most fashionable/expensive labels regardless of how it looks.
DuffMan
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14245 posts since 21/2/07

16 Nov 2011 11:51
I have cut off all my jeans to mid shin, now THAT is fashion forward thinking
Noble Locks
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16 Nov 2011 11:54
it would be a start, but would mean fuck all cos you never ever post anything anyway. so bit of a fail fail.
DuffMan
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14245 posts since 21/2/07

16 Nov 2011 11:55
love you too bbz
MLI
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4192 posts since 6/10/09

16 Nov 2011 12:09
rolls are probably more common that not on here, so poor point there ghutson



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ghutson Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:11am
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I was just using that as an example. Puzzled



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TheConductor Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:16am
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Awwww here it goes…Yeah they're everywhere and not just on fashion forum folk, just check the window of your local Topman and River Island. I definitely agree with Nobles comment saying it's more lazy to actually have rolls, most seem to think it's the icing on the cake to their outfit. What grinds my teeth the most is every guy at my uni is still doing it with no socks yet it's the middle of November and some what nippy.



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nickball Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:27am
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off point comment ghutson. a lot of people roll for the sake of it and it ruins fits when you do that. both you and padawan are guilty of this, it just confuses me because you both know how to dress well and own some great stuff, then feel the need to effectively ruin the whole aesthetic with ridiculous rolling. it can look good, but the majority do it wrong.

i think its easy to say FUK could be more creative/outside the box but im not sure i share the same opinion, yeah HW and soul are predictable but thats only 2 members. I enjoy everybody's contribution especially the recent stuff from foxtrot/bald dad, then jordan and freshflow (for example) often come through with different styles too, adding to the mix. of course some outside thinking would be welcome but i dont think we need to suddenly be worrying about our creativity.



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beedub Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:31am
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There are a lot less options within menswear, less to choose from in terms of individual items and there's only so many ways you can interpret a sweater or a shirt without it becoming ridiculous. I think it's easy to say almost everyone on here dresses in a 'safe' way, but most of us are fairly average blokes and wouldn't go for the whole stylezeitgeist look (for example) anyway. It may get a bit samey, but all the best dressed guys on here, no matter what style or influence, wear the same kinds of item (shirt/ sweater, trousers/ jeans, jacket/ coat blah blah) but just with different reference points. It's not like anyone on here's going to post up in a one piece or some crazy Comme man-skirt, they'd get cunted off straight away.



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Noble Locks Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:32am

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@ nickballs = no-one said you or anyone else should worry about thier creativity. some people just dont get the point.
oh and im glad youre enjoying the fits, im not. i dont dislike them, but i dont 'enjoy' any of them, the dior days were miles better even tho they were samey again.
the point im making is that there isnt one single person on here mil aside that wears anything different from each other whatsoever, sayword and the other baggy clothes wearer bloke are a tad different, but they just buy bigger clothes and coats with writing all over them.
the only difference is the price of the clothes not the actual clothes.
its not wrong in any way, course people aint going to start 'not' wearing jeans, big boots and a thick coat, but it would be nice to say have just one user who made everyone go 'fucking hell, what is he doing'. (in a good way)
anyone can look like anyone else on here for 400 quid on coggles or the end.
thats all it takes, one site and four items and thats you done, an internet fashion guru. isnt that a bit to fucking easy????

x did have a try and walnuts has had a mini go with the rottweiler shirt.

@ beedub = i wouldnt cunt offf anyone in a man skirt, id fucking love it.



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ghutson Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:33am
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Alright forget I ever said anything about rolls.



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FrIEND Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:40am
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thing is its a fashion forum not a do your own thing forum…so people are gonna be boyed off if they start wearing anything that's not conceived as fashionable. and even that's not really the case as labels > clothes on here so people get boyed off if they're not wearing the most fashionable/expensive labels regardless of how it looks.



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DuffMan Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:51am
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I have cut off all my jeans to mid shin, now THAT is fashion forward thinking



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Noble Locks Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:54am

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it would be a start, but would mean fuck all cos you never ever post anything anyway. so bit of a fail fail.



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DuffMan Posted: Wed, 16/11/2011 - 11:55am
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love you too bbz

I just think the hangover from the Dior days you speak of Noble is far too strong, with it persisting in the overall influence in everyone's choices of clothes. Theres more fits than just fitted and slightly loose in reality (but you wouldn't know it if you only looked on fuk). Theres also really loose and really really loose. I'm a fan of the latter, wish more people here were, might see more stuff that gets me hard. I think bald dad is pretty original here, and his stuff looks good. not enough to get me hard like a richer, more dedicated version of myself would though.
MrPlatinum
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8939 posts since 24/2/04

16 Nov 2011 12:12
Soooo… you want us to get you hard. Ever thought of just hiring a hooker?
MLI
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4192 posts since 6/10/09

16 Nov 2011 12:16
the reason I dont hire hookers is the same reason I don't own a car or eat in restaurants or see movies at the theatre , less money left for clothes.
joe151
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6230 posts since 21/2/07

16 Nov 2011 12:18
baddie
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2140 posts since 21/7/09

16 Nov 2011 12:23
Laughing out loud

mil you need to see a shrink, a real sad case on fu
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

16 Nov 2011 12:26
ive just thought, people dont even wear/buy trainers anymore. not even in the summer.
big fuck off boots or a big fuck off.
FrIEND
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13426 posts since 27/11/03

16 Nov 2011 12:27
what forums have people posting loose and loose loose on? i've never seen it anywhere but on Mil and Nelly-a-likes.
MLI
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4192 posts since 6/10/09

16 Nov 2011 12:44
Noble Locks wrote: ive just thought, people dont even wear/buy trainers anymore. not even in the summer.
big fuck off boots or a big fuck off.

I still buy sneakers. The last 3 pairs of shoes I've bought have been bapestas.
MLI
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4192 posts since 6/10/09

16 Nov 2011 12:46
FrIEND wrote: what forums have people posting loose and loose loose on? i've never seen it anywhere but on Mil and Nelly-a-likes.

maybe I should start my own forum. If only Sayword wore loose on top as well.
Ciaran
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883 posts since 18/4/10

16 Nov 2011 12:52
MLI wrote: the reason I dont hire hookers is the same reason I don't own a car or eat in restaurants or see movies at the theatre , less money left for clothes.
Dyou go out socially alot? Or same reason as above?
MuayThaiPimp
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7925 posts since 10/8/11

16 Nov 2011 12:55
Noble Locks wrote: ive just thought, people dont even wear/buy trainers anymore. not even in the summer.
big fuck off boots or a big fuck off.

Don't know if serious, I'm still copping trainers on the regular.

@ mil I'd be interested to see that, I don't think I've been here long nuff to see your fits, just the hype
unCouth
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6883 posts since 3/11/07

16 Nov 2011 13:03
MLI wrote: If only Sayword wore loose on top as well.

He'd look like you.

Where stylistics anyway? he does loose better than anyone.