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13-06-2011
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Errm .. Im torn about the backpack .. I think I would only look good on a teenager, tops


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16-06-2011
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I am looking for some honest feedback can you please let me know your opinion if you would wear this backpack or would not be seen dead with this unique fashion item. If you would wear it what occasion would this be? Here is a photo:





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i would not wear it.

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16-06-2011
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Thanks Ultramarine and a la Balenciaga for the feedback, my kids love the bag and this should tell me enough about the right age group for this bag. I most probably will wear it now and again for things such as festivals as i do love it but not for everyday wear.

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Beach Cover Ups?
Is this something you would wear at the beach? i like the idea but not sure about the print though...



Image and info is here dressupbikini.com/swimsuit-coverup

What kind of print should i go for?


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02-07-2011
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What do you guys think of band t-shirts? I'm sort of torn on them. I've found a few that I sort of like, but I think that they make one look a little stupid and that they shouldn't be worn by anyone older than fifteen. Any thoughts?

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I think it depends on print and style can you post some examples you are thinking of wearing so i get a clearer picture of the look thanks.

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I think it depends on print and style can you post some examples you are thinking of wearing so i get a clearer picture of the look thanks.






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03-07-2011
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i like the top one the best as it is not in your face, less color and no skulls. i used to work in a tattoo shop so i like tattoo type styles so i think it would be ok to wear. again personal choice but i would keep it simple and not have too many colors or skulls, choose designs that are a bit more subtle. if you are on a Harley than all shirts would be OK

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07-07-2011
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The problem with rock tees is that they run effin big. In order to pull em off succesfully I think you have to get em fitted or you have to do some DYI to make 'em YOURS.

I ended up with one of my ex-bfs Iron Maiden tees and I fitted it and I love it

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I love band shirts but they look ridiculous on women with big breasts. I feel really uncomfortable wearing them.

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19-07-2011
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I love band shirts but they look ridiculous on women with big breasts. I feel really uncomfortable wearing them.
I agrree. I have pretty big breasts in comparism to my petite body and I avoid anything printed on the bust area, just as well as I wouldn't wear anything with frills in that area.

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30-07-2011
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*can i wear black rubber boots with a black wool trench coat?or is should i wear leather boots?
*how about wearing sunglasses when the sun's not shining?is it okay to wear sunglasses when it's raining?

thanks for Your help,i'd really appreciate it!

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31-07-2011
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^i meant riding boots.

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02-08-2011
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Speaking of rock printed tees - I'd DIY them into a tank top. I think it'd look cool, but depending on a print of course, some of them are tacky..
In short, I'd wear a rock tee/top in a heartbeat, especially if there's a Rammstein print))

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How about fedoras? I own one that I have only worn a few times and only in formal situations. I personally think they're fine in that context, but I don't like them worn with causal wear. Any thoughts?

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