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hayley
Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 5:10:39 PM

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Thread dedicated to anything someone thought fashionable ... then went ahead and made it ... and then ...crybaby


hayley
Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 5:12:31 PM

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I know, I know ... these were introduced this year and marketed first in California... where they completely sold out in a day!


Guess at $US167 a pair they were a bargin? help

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The last two are a good example of why I ignore fashion shows. They are more about clever creativity than clothing I'd actually wear.

I like to write something a little eerie or spooky for Hallowe'en every year. "Haunting" is what I went for this year.

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hayley
Posted: Thursday, October 25, 2018 3:46:03 PM

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Mendalla wrote:
The last two are a good example of why I ignore fashion shows. They are more about clever creativity than clothing I'd actually wear.


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NOOOOO! Clever creativity yes... but that you shouldn't ignore. If you attended some of the fahion shows for men's wear you would see, I'm sure, a lot that you would wear. You would also see a lot that you would not wear ... not because of 'clever creativity', but because of your personal taste.


In that decision you would be no different to ladies at a fashion show.... "I like that but it's not me!" (One form of the many translations of "I wouldn't wear that!").


Sometimes designers go batshit crazy and include a piece that is designed more to shock than to enthrall. There is such competition for coverage that a 'wild' piece can generate huge media attention. The three examples I posted above all received worldwide coverage because of their 'individuality'. Such expansive media attention is more than the show would normally gather, even given they are by well known designers.

Chicken feet' heels? Not for me! I think they are both stupid and unfashionable.

The jeans? Well they have proved highly popular albeit in a less transparent form. Here's an example of them being worn well on the street.



As for the male fashion post? It made me giggle.. then laugh. Was it meant to be serious? scratch
hayley
Posted: Friday, October 26, 2018 2:04:54 PM

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The last two are a good example of why I ignore fashion shows. They are more about clever creativity than clothing I'd actually wear.


Now I can see you in this....











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hayley wrote:
Mendalla wrote:
The last two are a good example of why I ignore fashion shows. They are more about clever creativity than clothing I'd actually wear.


Now I can see you in this....





Yeah, that's more my style to be sure. Wish I looked like him, though. 588-rolleyes

As for the "all over sweater" above me, I'll need that in about 2 months, maybe less.


I like to write something a little eerie or spooky for Hallowe'en every year. "Haunting" is what I went for this year.

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Mendalla wrote:
hayley wrote:
Mendalla wrote:
The last two are a good example of why I ignore fashion shows. They are more about clever creativity than clothing I'd actually wear.


Now I can see you in this....





Yeah, that's more my style to be sure. Wish I looked like him, though. 588-rolleyes

As for the "all over sweater" above me, I'll need that in about 2 months, maybe less.



Awww.. you are very modest... you don't heed to downgrade to his level ... you just stay above the pack!
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Posted: Saturday, October 27, 2018 12:08:08 PM

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Noooooo... not a Halloween costume. Shirt $US120, hat extra. Can you picture Johnny Depp in this? Minus the hat of course.. his is waaaaaay better.
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Awww.. you are very modest... you don't heed to downgrade to his level ... you just stay above the pack!


I was thinking mostly of the toned abs that appear to lie beneath that shirt. I'm not quite a beer gut but definitely not a six-pack either.

And that outfit above me? Kill it. Kill it with fire.violent3

I like to write something a little eerie or spooky for Hallowe'en every year. "Haunting" is what I went for this year.

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Mendalla wrote:
hayley wrote:



Awww.. you are very modest... you don't heed to downgrade to his level ... you just stay above the pack!


I was thinking mostly of the toned abs that appear to lie beneath that shirt. I'm not quite a beer gut but definitely not a six-pack either.

And that outfit above me? Kill it. Kill it with fire.violent3



Toned abs????

Don't be fooled laughing8



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hayley wrote:
Mendalla wrote:
hayley wrote:



Awww.. you are very modest... you don't heed to downgrade to his level ... you just stay above the pack!


I was thinking mostly of the toned abs that appear to lie beneath that shirt. I'm not quite a beer gut but definitely not a six-pack either.

And that outfit above me? Kill it. Kill it with fire.violent3



Toned abs????

Don't be fooled laughing8





LOL.

And those Doritos socks would likely sell well in Canada now that weed is legal.

I like to write something a little eerie or spooky for Hallowe'en every year. "Haunting" is what I went for this year.

Lady In The Lake
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Posted: Saturday, November 3, 2018 1:44:10 PM

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Mendalla wrote:



And those Doritos socks would likely sell well in Canada now that weed is legal.


So that's how he chose them (ke)

Guess we'll see a whole wave of 'High' end .... oops! ... haute couture Canadian male models gracing the catwalks now.


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Yes they are... inside out jeans :D
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