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I was noticing some fashion trends were starting to re-emerge and that got me thinking is fashion caught in some sick full circle? If taht's true then I'm hoping soon we can all be wearing leotards with capes(which would be considered pretty metal).
For example: boys often sporting a haircut similar of the 60s Beatles style shaggy hair.
Have you noticed any such trends? Your expectations?
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#2
My cod piece has never become unfashionable. People wore capes in the 60's, so I think it will need to loop around again.
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my mexican pointy boots are pretty in right now.
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I don't like them but I always pull in chinos and a shirt when I'm out

Anyway, anyone else think of this when they read the thread title? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_7u3nhANa4


In hindsight I probably shouldn't have hated on them so much, because now if I ever make a U-turn I'm just going to look like a massive hypocrite.
#10
Seeing as my main clothing is the suit, I'm never not fashionable. However, I prefer the 3-piece which was out of style for a while and is now coming back in-style, and has been back in some places (Germany) for awhile.

That and double-breasted jackets, which are also making a comeback.
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In hindsight I probably shouldn't have hated on them so much, because now if I ever make a U-turn I'm just going to look like a massive hypocrite.


My ex-girlfriend couldn't keep her hands off me when I wore them. Honestly, get a pair, and next time you go drinking wear them with a sort of checkered shirt. The ladies love it
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My ex-girlfriend couldn't keep her hands off me when I wore them. Honestly, get a pair, and next time you go drinking wear them with a sort of checkered shirt. The ladies love it

I'll probably have to give this trend a miss, frankly because I think they just look horrible and don't understand why girls are all over them so much.

Believe me, there's trends that I think suit me; like polo's buttoned all the way up, I just can't see myself looking good in chinos (although I've never dared to try a pair on).
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like polo's buttoned all the way up


This vexes me.
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However I think proper shirts done all the way up without some sort of tie look ridiculous.


Yeah, it's pretty stupid. I have a black shirt that's more casual dress that I wear with partial buttoning and a soft plaid one that I wear without any buttoning.
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In a sense, although i can't see much of the clothing from before the 1800s making a comeback. I hope the day comes around where 1930/40s fashion is back, where everyone wears a hat and a suit.
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I like how it looks.

However I think proper shirts done all the way up without some sort of tie look ridiculous.


I think shirts and ties without a jacket look ridiculous. Makes you look like a bus driver.

I always want to undo peoples' top buttons as well when I see them in clubs. It just reminds me of 14 year olds that go to footy matches in polo shirts.
#18
What just depresses me is that everyone around my age (younger and older) look exactly the same: Chinos and a polo.

I also hate the term 'fashion sense', why not just tell someone that you like what they're wearing? because usually they're wearing exactly the same as everyone else.

Maybe I'm just bitter.
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I normally go out in jeans and a polo tbh. Chinos and a shirt is what I normally wear when I intend to meet a girl that night or going on a date really.

EDIT: I know a good site where you can get a lot of cheap, discounted clothes. It's where I get 90% of my clothes. It's good because you can spend like....£10 on something and if you don't like it it's not much of a loss.
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I hope the day comes around where 1930/40s fashion is back, where everyone wears a hat and a suit.


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EDIT: I know a good site where you can get a lot of cheap, discounted clothes. It's where I get 90% of my clothes. It's good because you can spend like....£10 on something and if you don't like it it's not much of a loss.

ooooo do tell!

then I could sneakily buy a pair of chinos to see how they actually look on me.
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ooooo do tell!

then I could sneakily buy a pair of chinos to see how they actually look on me.


I'll PM you the site.
#24
I don't see the point in fashion trends, I just stick with the classics.
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I don't see the point in fashion trends, I just stick with the classics.


It stops you looking like a scruffy git when you go out tbh.
#26
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It stops you looking like a scruffy git when you go out tbh.

Sure but what's in fashion now will probably be out of fashion in a few months, I don't see the point in chasing trends. Although chinos and polos are pretty timeless.
#27
I agree. Shirts, polos, chinos and jeans will always be acceptable.
#28
Trends do re-emerge but I'd hardly say fashion is locked in a time loop.
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#29
^^sentance doesn't make sense^^ but i can't understand why. It's the two is's I think. Anyway, In Australia I certaintly wouldn't say EVERYONE is wearing chino's, I'd say there three-four times as many people wearing jeans. Anyway I agree with the negative sentiments on following fashion, it's pointless. I wear jeans and a shirt when going out at night, and jeans/other pants and a t-shirt when doing normal stuff.
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In a sense, although i can't see much of the clothing from before the 1800s making a comeback. I hope the day comes around where 1930/40s fashion is back, where everyone wears a hat and a suit.


That's how I dress or well, shirt and suspenders and hat. Suit not very much.
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#32
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I hope the day comes around where 1930/40s fashion is back, where everyone wears a hat and a suit.


This. Then i can go out wearing a hat without having "yeehaw" shouted at me
#33
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In a sense, although i can't see much of the clothing from before the 1800s making a comeback. I hope the day comes around where 1930/40s fashion is back, where everyone wears a hat and a suit.


I'd love that but fedoras are dead to me because of that inevitable douche bag who wears one at parties.
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#34
^only one fedora per group. see: Workaholics.
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#35
Fashion cycles constantly. Which is why vintage stores stay in business.

Rule of thumb. If you wore it the first time it was fashion, you're usually going to look rather old and stupid wearing it the second time around.
#36
shit always comes back into fashion though well never have beatles hair again i can tell you , this summer tends to be boho 70s inspired, last year it was 80s inspired,..remember girls walking around in leggings and jeggings and a year before that it was 50s and 60s inspired
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I'd love that but fedoras are dead to me because of that inevitable douche bag who wears one at parties.


Yeah but they do that to be different and out there, if everyone did it, then it wouldn't be douchy.
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#38
Problem is, they don't understand that Fedoras/Trilbys are dress hats and not to be worn over a tshirt and jeans. That does make you look like a prick. Same reason you would never wear a baseball cap over a 3 piece suit.
#39
I hope next summer we can all be getting the awesome mullet.
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#40
Fashion is a disgusting industry. It's based around people telling other people what looks 'cool' to wear. Anyone who takes this nonesense seriously should realise that they've been had. They've been trained to help perpetuate a shallow and pathetic business that shouldn't really exist. Wear whatever the **** you want to wear if you've got any self respect.
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