>then I saw an average islander pic...............................
I know i'll prob get some flak for this but Brooklyn. You could wear almost anything you wanted without people judging you. In Iceland if you tried something new people may look at you weirdly.
Get ready for trolls; La Sape are the definitin if fashion, dapper and the power if fashion in the most war torn area of the world but people will just be like "niggers and monkeys"
You don't fuck around in Shanghai. You'll end up in the trunk of a car while a guy named Wei drives you to a butchery.
plus the air is toxic. You can incorporate a dope mask into all of your fits
Any major European city/New York/ L.A. if you do it right/ Tokyo/ Sydney/ Outpost in the Savanna.
because this bear greats you when you're leaving the metro for the suburbs
Why not Berlin? Germans I know say it's not all the fuzz that foreigners talk about it, but I wen there last year and loved it
I've been through every continent from my 6 years in the military and a few more backpacking the world on a dirt bike. I've been through every state on my Triumph. I went from Chicago to New Orleans in a single engine fishing boat via the Mississippi. I've spent over 3 months in Taiwan, Israel, Canada, Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Ukraine, Russia, Belize, and South Africa
Out of all those places, I chose to settle down in Austin, TX. Grew up in Chicago.
>tfw live in Nashville and it's full of tourists in walmart jeans, cowboy boots, and Jimmy Buffet t shirts.
At least I got a compliment on my iron rangers once. Can't wait to (hopefully) be moving to NYC for work after school.
sao paolo, santiago, cape town.
berlin seems rad and is gaining in importance around europe so thats interesting.
yeah, basically atlanta. they're working on the beltline which is a larger version of the highline in newyork so hooray for green infrastructure.
and a lot of areas are rapidly gentrifying. plus when people go out, they usually dress up which is weird for the south.
Asian Tiges lesss goooooo
forreal though Hong Kong was fucking phenomenal. Central is crazy stylish and almost disgustingly luxurious.
Lan Kwai Fong is like a Burbon Street but in all conceivable directions. Just multiple city blocks of intertwining hilly pedestrian pathways with nothing but bars and clubs.
Wan Chai is dirtier and more a Chinese Las Vegas strip.
Kowloon is across the channel and offers even more, Mong Kok is a bigass outdoor shopping district, basically a titanic outdoor mall that people just happen to live in.
Sham Shui Po is the nitty gritty hong kong you see with the red neon lights and the grime and steam on the streets and 40 year old woman with people lining outside her shop to buy grilled squid on a stick and fried chicken feet.
and then to top it off, 80% of the islands are nature parks and undeveloped. they have a tropical climate not too different than hawaii, but with better cities and shittier water lol.
also, just follow this, lol.
Fellow Chicagoan here, grew up around the Lawrence/Milwaukee area. Kudos to you for getting out - as I get older, I'm seeing more and more of my friends who swore they'd leave get sucked into putting down roots.
Austin is the place to be, I love it. I'm in LA at the moment though and have my eyes set on Berlin after I wrap up my uni stuff.
copenhagen, no doubt.
I like 10 minutes away and the amount of fashinoable people and design studios is unlike anything. Even somewhere like new yourk or paris.