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    (Original post by lattywatty)
    The nearest clothes
    hahahah LOVE IT

    for me...
    ****gy, cool, colourfull
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    Nearly Famous' Lila

    Basically, if it clashes and can be layered, I'll wear it.
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    (Original post by belle_ash)
    How would you describe French style? I think the French have the best style, I wouldnt call it boring?
    I call it boring because we're literally all dressed the same, plus we rarely wear skirts of dressed, most of the time just jeans. And the best colours you can wear are grey, black, navy, brown and paler version of them. So technically, it is boring. Now I'm not saying it's not the best :hubba:
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    rock n roll
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    (Original post by Joy Division)
    Bang on trend :camp:
    Timmy Trendy, darling?
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    boho hippy-ish (quite) vintage
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    (Original post by *MJ*)
    Don't care much.
    Dude your Lugia is awesome :p:

    /end offtopic

    edit: OP, I'd describe my style as: Gay old man :rofl:
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    be happy always
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    (Original post by Muffinz)
    Timmy Trendy, darling?
    I don't do fashion, darling, I am fashion :camp:

    lulz:rofl2:
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    pretty ****ing amazing
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    Copied. from. Lookbook.nu :dontknow:

    Usually skinny jeans and plimsoles on the bottom. Something from a vintage shop on the top. Sprinkled with trinkets, charms and curios.

    Im going to have to get a proper job and start dressing sensibly soon. The prospect terrifies me.
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    (Original post by abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz)
    because the man has no life and he believes it's quirky or something
    Coming from somebody that has the alphabet as their username... :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Playboy King)
    Coming from somebody that has the alphabet as their username... :rolleyes:
    does this prove some kind of point?....
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    (Original post by abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz)
    does this prove some kind of point?....
    Well it's just questioning how a user attempting to be quirky with the alphabet as a name can start criticising others for the same reason.
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    (Original post by Playboy King)
    Well it's just questioning how a user attempting to be quirky with the alphabet as a name can start criticising others for the same reason.
    So by following the rules of the website ie creating an account which requires a username is somehow being quirky? fair enough then. Don't see anything about needing to change your gender every hour to be able to post on TSR though
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    jeans boots black

    Dorothy Perkins and Asda
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    Lazy, dark and comfortable.

    95% of the time I wear jeans (not skinny!) and some form of black tee, with a black hoodie and my vans or DMs. I sometimes make the effort for people's birthdays, special occasions, but other than that I just can never be bothered. Don't really know where I shop tbh- anywhere that does jeans I like and black tops I guess....
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    Comfortable, quirky, (sometimes) vintage.

    I tend to have relatively simple, comfortable clothes and then dress them up or down a bit with accessories. Favourite shops are definitely Republic, New Look, Top Shop, Bay Tradicing, Miss Selfridge and little bizarre boutiques.
 
 
 
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