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    (Original post by Sweet by and by)
    They are really cute but the name gives me the boke.
    I'm with you on the name. Surely there is an alternative?

    *goes to google*
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    (Original post by _glandular_fever)
    I'm with you on the name. Surely there is an alternative?

    *goes to google*
    What like? Beefy Bake?
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    You can bet your sweet bippy that anybody who subscribes to 'indie' fashions with any sort of seriousness won't either...

    A) admit that they dress in-line with any sort of 'indie' fashion
    B) tell you what they and the other hipsters are/will be/are thinking of wearing.
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    (Original post by Sweet by and by)
    What like? Beefy Bake?
    Hahaha... it could catch on.
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    Fur coats on girls, oh how many I could see around college..
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    (Original post by Mr Otter)
    You can bet your sweet bippy that anybody who subscribes to 'indie' fashions with any sort of seriousness won't either...

    A) admit that they dress in-line with any sort of 'indie' fashion
    B) tell you what they and the other hipsters are/will be/are thinking of wearing.
    This is true.

    And I am talking about a certain type of indie not the ones that just walk into topman naked, roll around on the displays, pay and walk out again.
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    Converse shoes, ripped/leather trousers, leg warmers, leggings, band tees, bandanas, aviators, leather jackets.

    Oh yes.
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    Fashion is for unimaginative whores.
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    (Original post by 21stcenturyphantom)
    Fashion is for unimaginative whores.

    Haha.. I see your point. But thats a little harsh!

    So you have never ever ever picked up on one trend.. EVER?
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    I don't dress to any style, I see no reason why I would want people to think that I am less original than I am.

    I do however, like wearing checked shirts.
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    I couldn't care less about indie fashion. I like to look decent though, but I don't care if it's in or out. I can't subscribe to any style of fashion, e.g. 'preppy' or 'indie' even if I tried. It restricts what you can wear.
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    these

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    isnt topshop sort of indie?
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    Apparently Parkas are coming back in for AW09.
    Which although I begrudge following fashion trends, it does mean they'll be more easily available and they're just so comfy and slouchy.
    I love parkas.
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    (Original post by jaz_jaz)
    isnt topshop sort of indie?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Independent_music

    'In popular music, independent music, often generally abbreviated as "indie", is a term used to describe independence from major commercial record labels and an autonomous, Do-It-Yourself approach'

    Ergo to dress in accordance to the 'indie' fashion is a complete contradiction of terms.

    Topshop is especially un-'indie'.
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    (Original post by Mr Otter)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Independent_music

    'In popular music, independent music, often generally abbreviated as "indie", is a term used to describe independence from major commercial record labels and an autonomous, Do-It-Yourself approach'

    Ergo to dress in accordance to the 'indie' fashion is a complete contradiction of terms.

    Topshop is especially un-'indie'.
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    I hate this thread.
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    (Original post by _glandular_fever)
    I am digging the preppy look mind, have been for a while. Think its really cute.

    And peacock feathers are so beautiful! But wouldnt know how to incorparate them into an outfit? Only headwear really.

    I can see pork pie hats becoming a thing. I think they are HAWT.
    (Original post by Sweet by and by)
    They are really cute but the name gives me the boke. I seen a lovely dress covered with peacock feathers in look magazine and found Kay Perry wearing this.

    http://www.stylefeeder.com/i/p4qjd3t...-Feather-Dress
    okay, i realise you two are on about a completely different way of wearing the feathers, but this blazer looks so sick with the feathers. oh and yeah i realise they're pheasant (spelling?) feathers and not peacock ones.


    no one but brandon flowers could ever pull it off though.

    hm it really looked a lot cooler live, waving about and that.
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    (Original post by Nfixlol)
    okay, i realise you two are on about a completely different way of wearing the feathers, but this blazer looks so sick with the feathers. oh and yeah i realise they're pheasant (spelling?) feathers and not peacock ones.


    no one but brandon flowers could ever pull it off though.

    hm it really looked a lot cooler live, waving about and that.

    I seen him wear that on Jonny Ross I think, it was so cool!
    Doesn't he have like 142.57 wives?
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    jeggings?
 
 
 
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