• Fix Up! Look Sharp! V7
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digging the first ones. i'm having an eye test soon to see if i can work out why i live perpetually with headaches (lack of sleep and screen-time due to work probably but also might be eye-strain) and i'm genuinely hoping i need glasses just so i can get a pair like the first ones you posted
[QUOTE=ChestyMcGee;34619244]digging the first ones. i'm having an eye test soon to see if i can work out why i live perpetually with headaches (lack of sleep and screen-time due to work probably but also might be eye-strain) and i'm genuinely hoping i need glasses just so i can get a pair like the first ones you posted[/QUOTE] I've been without glasses for a while, I don't like my frames and I can get by without wearing them but it gets hard to see when I'm driving (especially in bad weather). I'm going to go back soon and see if they have something similar to the third ones but a little bit smaller because I do like those. But most likely I'll get the first ones.
[QUOTE=Lord Pirate;34611086]This just popped up on my facebook news feed and thought it was relevant. [img]http://i.imgur.com/hLOdp.jpg[/img] A herd of wild chino wankers. Exactly why you shouldn't wear mud coloured chinos.[/QUOTE] Everybody and their dog is wearing fucking chinos now, everyone looks like a carbon copy of each other.
[QUOTE=Lord of Ears;34610191]if you wear a sweater over a shirt, tuck the shirt in so it doesn't pop out the bottom[/QUOTE] Most of the time leaving the shirt popping out the bottom of a jumper balances out the outfit and provides a break between the colours of the jumper and trousers. But it's just personal preference really
I think it's good to dress down a sweater i.e. make it more appropriate for going out for a drink
man the woman vans are prettier and cheaper. what a shame im not a woman
[QUOTE=Protocol7;34619231]i dig the last a lot but the first accompanies your face well[/QUOTE] yeah, if they were smaller they'd be the best for sure
Can anyone recommend lazy me who can't be bothered to look himself some good brogues? Nothing too expensive like over £100 Thanks in advance yo
[QUOTE=RobbL;34620125]Most of the time leaving the shirt popping out the bottom of a jumper balances out the outfit and provides a break between the colours of the jumper and trousers. But it's just personal preference really[/QUOTE] that'd be ok if you're going for a more formal affair, but in most situations it just looks untidy [editline]9th February 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=hula whoop;34619219]fuls help me pick out frames. [IMG]http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/ee193/roundisvibrant/338.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/ee193/roundisvibrant/339.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/ee193/roundisvibrant/340.jpg[/IMG] friendly for 1 agree for 2 informative for 3 I like the first ones the most, the third ones would be nice but I think they're a little bit too big. Also ignore the fact that they're all slightly crooked, I broke my nose 2 years ago.[/QUOTE] go for one and take your hood off when you're inside
[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/wp7aw.jpg[/IMG] Haircut. What you guys think?
you did good
[QUOTE=mikadillio;34626318][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/wp7aw.jpg[/IMG] Haircut. What you guys think?[/QUOTE] uhhh... got any pictures with ya old hair?
[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/W6cFA.jpg[/IMG]
mhmhmhmhmh i don't know if it's the photo or not but i think you looked a little better with the old one.
[QUOTE=mikadillio;34626318][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/wp7aw.jpg[/IMG] Haircut. What you guys think?[/QUOTE] you really look like someone famous I just can't remember who [editline]10th February 2012[/editline] a young matt damon, maybe
that photo just makes me want to punch you in the face [editline]10th February 2012[/editline] not that i hate you or something
Hmmm.
maybe someday i'll posta picture and you will have the same feeling. [editline]10th February 2012[/editline] or maybe not. [editline]10th February 2012[/editline] but seriously you could have made a happy face or something.
what a story
yeh...
[QUOTE=Lord of Ears;34624198]go for one and take your hood off when you're inside[/QUOTE] I didn't want my eff'd up hair distracting you from the glasses.
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;34627354]you really look like someone famous I just can't remember who [editline]10th February 2012[/editline] a young matt damon, maybe[/QUOTE] Honestly, I was thinking more young Dicaprio. Or Frankie Muniz. [editline]9th February 2012[/editline] What the fuck happened to Frankie Muniz.
[QUOTE=Hunterdnrc;34629183]Honestly, I was thinking more young Dicaprio. Or Frankie Muniz. [/QUOTE] uuuuuuh [thumb]http://www4.images.coolspotters.com/photos/5050/frankie-muniz-profile.jpg[/thumb] [thumb]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-OBORQ8UN2gI/TdlX1Vs9THI/AAAAAAAAAL8/a1Nx1cVUzEo/s1600/leonardo-dicaprio.jpg[/thumb] what the fuck, man [img]http://www.nndb.com/people/943/000022877/matt-damon-sm.jpg[/img] he's totally matt damon
[QUOTE=Hunterdnrc;34629183]Honestly, I was thinking more young Dicaprio. Or Frankie Muniz. [editline]9th February 2012[/editline] What the fuck happened to Frankie Muniz.[/QUOTE] he retired from acting to be a race car driver. Then he retired from that and now I have no clue what he's doing.
does anybody know a site that sells generic clothing like american apparel but isn't stupidly overpriced?
know that feeling man. i want to buy some new clothes but maaaaaaaaan they are expensive.
id be cool with paying AA prices if it had the quality to back it up but AA is pretty mediocre
I found this neat site called "Trunk Club." They basically ask you a bunch of questions about your preferences or something like that and they send you a box of clothes that they had picked out for you. You can try them on and you only pay for what you like. The others you don't want, you just send back with their free-return fedex box. I really want to try this out but no monies though :( [url]https://www.trunkclub.com/[/url]
American Apparel is just thrift store fare with softer fabric and a bigger price tag.
[QUOTE=Upgrade123;34630798]American Apparel is just thrift store fare with softer fabric and a bigger price tag.[/QUOTE] ya so plain graphic-less casual clothes are automatically thrift store stuff? good one
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