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123 comments · save · last comment by Oliverio P. 5 years ago

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LONDON,
United Kingdom

418 posts

Just throw it out there. No arguments. No justification.

I'll get it started......

I think that Karl Lagerfeld's way of dressing looks ridiculous.

5 years ago

#102
Jav L

Jav L.

SEA-ESQUE LAKES,
United States

23 posts

Despise monogrammed bags/accessories.

0 · August 13, 2009

#103
Chelsea A

Chelsea A.

BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Canada

86 posts

Hate the word 'clone'.
coloured stovepipes are generally revolting,
sneakers are meant for athletics and nothing else,
cartier 'high jewellery' is generally too obnoxious for me,
i love fashion but really don't care all that much whether or not everybody is crazy original - trying hard to be innovative and different and the next best thing gets boring fairly quickly.
flip-flops drive me absolutely insane
PUMA and BABY PHAT are revolting,
yoga pants are meant for yoga.
hoodies drive me crazy.
Coach bags are ridiculous in a bad way.
fingers crossed that Crocs really does go bankrupt.
camoflauge should not be worn outside of the military, period. no exceptions. not even halloween.
bikinis? no thanks.
but i'm not one to tell others how to dress. wear what you want, it's your wardrobe.

0 · August 13, 2009

#104
Chelsea A

Chelsea A.

BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Canada

86 posts

i'm also loving lookbook a lot less

0 · August 13, 2009

#105
Viki Cheung

Viki C.

LDN,
United Kingdom

1687 posts

paul's boutique bags
paul's boutique in general

primark's new pricing is ridiculous

0 · August 19, 2009

#106
Sophie Leigh D

Sophie Leigh D.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

2136 posts

topshop is evil
it makes me buy things that are cheaper somewhere else
all because its displayed nicer ¬¬

0 · August 19, 2009

#107
Sarah S

Sarah S.

THE LOOKING GLASS,
Canada

1972 posts

I hate it when people with ginormous breasts and a huge ass wear like, a t-shirt and tights. Disgusting.

0 · August 20, 2009

#108
Jordana Michelle

Jordana M.

WONDERLAND,
United States

1 posts

i used to love urban outfitters... online. When I go to the actual store, i never find anything that i like, and it's just a waste of money.

0 · August 20, 2009

#109
Angelo Kangleon

Angelo K.

THE P.I. CURRENTLY IN LOS ANGELES,
United States

101 posts

I think that when someone says, "I'm a jeans-and-T-shirt kinda guy/gal," he/she is just saying that because he/she has never had a nice blazer, or a nice dress shirt, or a nice anything. Seriously, I hate it when that's the best they got when people ask them about their personal style.

And: Although there is nothing wrong with RTW, I think that living on RTW alone is totally missing the point. If you haven't tried it, go to a couturier, or a tailor. The feeling of tape measures flying around your body is...sublime!

0 · August 20, 2009

#110
Ellis  Dee

Ellis D.

VANCOUVER,
Canada

7615 posts

I hate Nazis, but they have impeccable taste.

Their uniforms were slick, their equipment modern, the bayonets for their rifles were designed at Bahaus. It all looked very Art Deco in nature, matching jackboots and field grey wool.

I still think National Socialists are twats, as are their idealogical progeny.

0 · August 20, 2009

#112
Chloe A

Chloe A.

MINNESOTA,
United States

3844 posts

I really really dig buffalo plaid, as well.

0 · August 21, 2009

#113
Theresa C.

Theresa C.

ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA,
United States

241 posts

i really like AA, even though i am aware that it is slightly overpriced for being so basic.
the one thing that i despise more than most are uggs. one of the dumbest things i've ever seen.. i was at the beach recently and saw a girl wearing a swimsuit and uggs. wth?

0 · August 21, 2009

#114
JAMES VALT

JAMES V.

ALL OF ORLANDO, FL,
United States

285 posts

This is the problem with fashion, too many do's and don't. too many in's and out's, too many yes's and no's, too many hates and very few loves. It's all about how you put it together, and if cleary look confident and comfortable. Be infromed about your brand and over all be you.

0 · August 21, 2009

#115
Eveline Leupi

Eveline L.

ZURICH / CURRENTLY BOURNEMOUTH,
Switzerland

60 posts

@Gone M.

haha
i like you

0 · August 21, 2009

#116
Staci S.

Staci S.

WONDERLAND,
Russian Federation

252 posts

I really don't like leggings as pants.

I dislike neon, but i think Christopher Kanes first collection was brilliant.

I like some items juicy couture make (not the velour track suits... well maybe the ones that dont have juicy written on the back of the pants...FOR SPORTS AND PAJAMAS!) they're pretty good quality. and the flagship store in NYC is very cute.



0 · August 21, 2009

#118
Jasmine J

Jasmine J.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

28 posts

@Emm ..

YES.

thank you

0 · August 22, 2009

#119
Safira Nabila

Safira N.

VANCOUVER,
Canada

38 posts

@Sharif R.

yeaa i agree, everything that diane makes is just amazing and fabulous

0 · August 22, 2009

#120
Victoria  Biggs

Victoria B.

SHROPSHIRE,
United Kingdom

100 posts

I say no to neon.
I like anyone who dresses like an old woman, no idea why.
Topshop isn't that amazing, yet I constantly go in there.
Asos is such good quality, and has the best range of clothing compared to any other online store.
I like geek glasses but never got any because too many other people did so.
I love vintage shopping, but am fed up of feeling intimidated by the shop owners and have resorted to ebay.
I haven't worn jeans casually for over a year and continue to be amazed when people say they are comfortable.
Jeggings are the comfiest things i've ever worn.
Primark is like a jumble sale and turns me into a clothing snob.

0 · August 22, 2009

#122
Gigi Coco

Gigi C.

HERE ,
Australia

32 posts

i hate jeans.

0 · August 26, 2009

#123
Oliverio Perez

Oliverio P.

RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA,
United States

457 posts

I'm obsessed with Hollister's cologne and spray it everywhere

0 · August 26, 2009

  

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