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cynical.not.sinister 2012/08/11 23:44:50
Yes! Where can I get it?
No, not my style.
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  • Monkey D. Luffy 2012/08/13 17:20:13
    No, not my style.
    Monkey D. Luffy
    +1
    Nice but I like my jeans simple..
  • cynical... Monkey ... 2012/08/13 18:30:25
    cynical.not.sinister
    +1
    Typically, I do too. I am experimenting with my creativity and starting a clothing line. This is my way of getting honest feedback so I can figure out what people want. How they see themselves. It's been very interesting so far :)
  • Josey W... cynical... 2012/08/13 21:29:06
    Josey Wales
    +1
    It's not me, but if its you, its me. Well, I mean I wouldn't mind being in the company of someone else wearing it :)
  • Monkey ... cynical... 2012/08/14 06:33:16
    Monkey D. Luffy
    +1
    Ah ok..so let us know about other styles as well :)
  • Thecharliejay 2012/08/13 07:40:51
    Yes! Where can I get it?
    Thecharliejay
    +1
    Love it :) Vote of approval
  • Mrs. Kathy Arch 2012/08/13 04:01:12
    No, not my style.
    Mrs. Kathy Arch
    It wouldn't look right on me.
  • Jana~ una chica loca 2012/08/13 02:28:57
    Yes! Where can I get it?
    Jana~ una chica loca
  • Amberwolf 17 2012/08/12 18:44:40
    Yes! Where can I get it?
    Amberwolf 17
    +1
    I wear a lot of random chains on my clothes anyway for the fun of it. lol
  • Scream 2012/08/12 09:30:30
    No, not my style.
    Scream
    +1
    I would wear the chain if it was a little shorter. I'm pretty clumsy, and at that length I'd probably end up catching it on something and breaking it, which would be unfortunate because it looks so pretty.
  • cynical... Scream 2012/08/13 00:19:39
    cynical.not.sinister
    I am clumsy too, lol. I "tacked" the chain down ;)
  • Scream cynical... 2012/08/13 00:28:08
    Scream
    +1
    Oh, that's a good idea.
  • carrotcat 2012/08/12 05:06:45
    No, not my style.
    carrotcat
    sorry, the chains just screams: TACKY
  • cynical... carrotcat 2012/08/12 05:34:28
    cynical.not.sinister
    +1
    What do you know about tacky? You're 16yrs old! The fact that you failed to use a capital at the beginning of your sentence, or use any kind of punctuation at the end is what is tacky. If you are going to try and insult someone older than you, at least do it right.
  • carrotcat cynical... 2012/08/12 05:46:53
    carrotcat
    Whoawhoawhoa....
    First, this is an opinion website. That was my opinion.
    Hmm.. what else? Okay, people's fashion choices are opinions too. So even if you're older than me, you might not know about tacky (your words) too. Lastly, I'm very tired so excuse my French for not using any kind of punctuation. I guess I didn't put any effort in those 5 seconds. I was not insulting you, I was just stating my opinion. Have a good night.
  • cynical... carrotcat 2012/08/12 05:55:20
    cynical.not.sinister
    You are entitled to your opinion, but you can't give your opinion so decidedly and expect to not hear something back. I happen to know a lot about the fashion world. I have worked in it. You should stick to debating with people your own age. People don't like mouthy teenagers.
  • carrotcat cynical... 2012/08/12 06:00:08
    carrotcat
    I was debating? Okay then. I'm not "mouthy" or whatever. Do whatever you want in fashion, I'm not telling you to quit or anything.
  • rocker1446 cynical... 2012/08/12 06:43:39
    rocker1446
    +1
    But isn't the fashion world COMPLETELY based on opinion?
  • cynical... rocker1446 2012/08/12 08:31:24
  • rocker1446 cynical... 2012/08/12 19:10:56
    rocker1446
    When it is a single word capitalized, it is not yelling. It is simply emphasizing a word.
    Fashion is completely based on opinion and there are many that listen to the fashion sirens, but many of us just wear what is comfortable.
    And the fact that you have become so irate (I would cite your last sentence) indicates that you know what I have said is true, but your pride won't allow you to acquiesce.
    Simply put, I have you cornered and you don't like it.
  • cynical... rocker1446 2012/08/13 00:21:53
    cynical.not.sinister
    This is your opinion. And you don't even have the balls to show your face, so it's of little consequence to me that you flout your opinion so decidedly. All I hear is "Blah blah blah".
  • rocker1446 cynical... 2012/08/13 06:11:35
    rocker1446
    Temper, temper.

    As for showing my face, I simply don't take pictures of myself. Never have been a picture person.
  • cynical... rocker1446 2012/08/13 07:04:16
    cynical.not.sinister
    Yep, I do have a temper. I have a zero tolerance for idiots. FYI: I didn't become "irate" until became extremely condescending. If you don't want a response to your stupidity, don't comment on any of my questions.
  • rocker1446 cynical... 2012/08/13 16:50:39
    rocker1446
    So you like being played? You make this too easy.
  • cynical... rocker1446 2012/08/13 20:03:26
    cynical.not.sinister
    I value honest, constructive criticism and I love a good challenge. Do I get offended when someone uses the word "tacky"? Yes. That isn't helpful to the creative process. I wanted her to tell me more. What would she like to see done differently? What are her ideas of "fashion" that she would be interested in. I thrive on knowing what people really think, as long as they tell me why :)
  • rocker1446 cynical... 2012/08/13 23:40:52
    rocker1446
    But you didn't ask for any further information. You spoke to her in a condescending (yes, I am referring to a previous comment) tone and I quote
    "What do you know about tacky? You're 16yrs old! The fact that you failed to use a capital at the beginning of your sentence, or use any kind of punctuation at the end is what is tacky. If you are going to try and insult someone older than you, at least do it right."

    Simply put, she didn't like your style. That is fine. There is nothing wrong with that. There is nothing wrong with you liking your style. It is yours. And on a deeply human level, it hurts when others label a part of you (your style) as tacky. I get that.
    But you came out the gate ready to bite her head off instead of asking the questions you have just now stated.

    As a fellow "older" person, I understand that some of these kids don't seem to have any sense, fashion or otherwise. But we were there at one time.

    I wish you all the best and I would like to say this has been fun.
  • cynical... rocker1446 2012/08/13 23:49:37
    cynical.not.sinister
    Yes I did. Again, I have zero tolerance for people who simply throw out insults. People (especially teens and people like you who think you have the answer to everything) no longer respond to politeness. They see it as a weakness and they are so completely insecure with themselves that the feel the need to throw out empty insults to cut other's down. I may go about things very aggressively, but provoking thought is what I do.

    Everything of material interest is far too readily available to youth these days, and very few of them appreciate anything. especially hard work and real life situations.
  • rocker1446 cynical... 2012/08/14 01:00:28
    rocker1446
    I agree to that last sentiment. Material interest is of no value to me. And my last comment was not meant to come across as an insulting commentary.
    As for politeness, I think we all were lacking. I do apologize for my hasty words.
  • cynical... rocker1446 2012/08/14 06:30:45
    cynical.not.sinister
    +1
    I agree, I have certainly lost a great deal of my politeness over the years. I too, apologize for being quick with the sharp side of my tongue..
  • rocker1446 cynical... 2012/08/14 13:34:36
    rocker1446
    +1
    Good luck on your clothing design!
  • cynical... rocker1446 2012/08/14 16:47:49
    cynical.not.sinister
    Thanks :) One question: As a male, how do you like to see a lady dress? The things I've done so far are just fun, creative, scene clothes. When I actually make my own clothes (rather than just modifying clothes) I want to make sure they are classy and edgy at the same time. Any thoughts?
  • rocker1446 cynical... 2012/08/14 21:30:13
    rocker1446
    +1
    Asian influenced dresses, I think, would do the trick. You can add some edge without being cheap.
  • goodbye lullaby ღ 2012/08/12 03:24:40
    Yes! Where can I get it?
    goodbye lullaby ღ
    +1
    It looks like a cute skirt. I really like the chains on the side. :)
  • weirdchickalert 2012/08/12 03:09:05
    No, not my style.
    weirdchickalert
    Not really......well actually I don't know I might, yeah I'm really indecisive
  • cynical... weirdch... 2012/08/12 03:33:21
    cynical.not.sinister
    Lol, well this one is mine anyway, but if it gives you ideas of something you would want made for you, I'd be happy to take requests ;)
  • weirdch... cynical... 2012/08/12 03:37:23
    weirdchickalert
    +1
    Oh thank you :)
  • cynical... weirdch... 2012/08/12 06:28:31
    cynical.not.sinister
    No problem :) I basically just posted this skirt as an example of my work. I have some other clothes I will be posting that are actually for sale. I save the most controversial pieces for my own wardrobe because I like unique clothing. I figured if I got good reactions to something I actually wear, it should be easy to sell the clothes I will be posting.
  • weirdch... cynical... 2012/08/13 00:41:20
    weirdchickalert
    +1
    What wow you actually created it!!
    thats like totally RADD!!. You serioously good at designing and fashion lol
    you got talent. Dont worry i think alot of people would like to buy some of your designs!!! :D
  • cynical... weirdch... 2012/08/13 01:12:33
    cynical.not.sinister
    Thanks! I am just starting out so I am experimenting right now, but I am posting my work on my blog to sell. Here's the link if you want to check it out :)

    http://gothicblackorchid.blog...
  • Kitsune Touhou 2012/08/12 03:08:20
    No, not my style.
    Kitsune Touhou
    It looks like a 14 year old girl put a necklace on the side of her jeans to look cool. No. This is more my style:
    gothic lolita anime girl
  • cynical... Kitsune... 2012/08/12 03:12:21
    cynical.not.sinister
    +1
    FYI: I am 31yrs old. I don't need to look cool. I just like what I like. Speaking of trying to look cool, you are the one who posted an Anime pic and called it your style. I live in the real world hun.

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