Can we have one?
modern fashion. can't wait until headscarves get trendy again.
Yeah I really want one, but whenever I find them they are sold out in my size or in an unflattering colour for my skin tone, like the mustard yellow :(
I would appreciate a dark wash or a black.
>I'm the only one posting now
>start posting Stevie
I think she just called your bluff, m8
I feel like seventies fashion is far kinder to women than almost any other decade.
The answer is always: it depends.
Some people are stunning as brunettes and others as blondes, and some can switch and some should never stray from the colour they were born with. You have to find the essential core of your style
noice, what is it?
also, what is you favourite womens collection and why?
mine´s is SLP FW 14 or Dior Cruise 15
hah, it's Paul Smith F/W 2012 (this pic is also from that show).
That's probably my favourite collection because it was so well-rounded and serious. They're clothes for women, not girls. (Tom Ford's from the same season is fantastic also. Actually 2012 was a fantastic year for rtw).
I have a weakness for dark English tailoring - slim-cut, glittery stuff with lots of gold and burgundy and mustard and a bit of a sense of humour about the whole thing. No one quite does it for me like Paul.
You're dogshit faggot.
Someone is actually posting good looking wearable fits and you're fixated on bullshit that an ordinary person wouldn't ever wear.
Get the fuck outta here neckbeard.
>considering RO clothes as normal wearable clothes
>not taking them as ttechnical master pieces that should only be in a mannequin or a model for the only purpose of decoration and inspiration
kek, grow up kiddo
As someone who posted two of your "good posts" I'm REALLY not following your line of logic here...
Accessibility and wearability isn't cancer. Alexa Chung wouldn't have a career if we didn't want to see outfit inspo that we couldn't do ourselves.
I would literally cut off my dick to fuck young kristin clotilde
Good only exists in contrast to bad, low-brow exists in contrast to high-brow. Lumping fashion into art isn't going to end well for fashion.
Painting, Architecture, Literature vs Shoes, Legwear, Outwear. You still don't see what I mean?
no, i think its more like applied plastic arts, scuplture and painting to some degree but applied to a functional focus
yeah but thats what haute couture is for, just look at McQueen haute couture collections, they´re almost master pieces taht belong to a museum but i see your point, it can be compared totaly to the fine arts
How to get gf to wear turtlenecks?
Really wanna cozy up against a pair of cashmere boobs like this.
No, but I asked her if she wanted a cashmere turtleneck, but she wasn't really into it.
I don't know man but I'd try my best to sell the idea of how cashmere turtlenecks are god damn wondrous to her.
You could say you've been eyeing those out since you really thought it'd suit her. Then you could go on about how the material feels like angels frolicking on your tender skin and then you've paved way to tell her that you'd love to cozy up on them soft round cashmere pillows.
Basically you're selling her adoration, love and intimacy packed up in a knit made out goats fleece.
Where to get similar, colorful tops? I'm going to florida this summer and need to stock up on super lightweight clothing
literaly cancer, fuck off
Gonna go with your advice, seeing as how she already loves it when I wear cashmere, it's almost like catnip or whatever it's called in english.
opinions on Isabel marant shoes? Also getting them instead of adidas?
Her vagina's wrecked after having that stupid kid. It's probably not even yours. You're beta and a cuck taking pictures of some girl and pretending online that it's your wife, or that you even know her. She probably fantasizes about niggers raping her.
The baby's got some nice pale wave going on though.