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    What to wear?

    If you could dress anyway you wanted, what would you wear? Just curious. There seem to be alot of periods in time with "good fashion" that alot of people seem to like (such as the 1940's) and I would think some wear not based in reality. But if one decided to walk outside their house/apartment/loft/mansion/cardboard box with some crazy outfit on they might be looked upon society as a lunatic. Especially with what I chose.
    What to wear?
    That my friends, is what I would wear virtually every day if I got half the chance. So awsome... Since this is an art forum why not draw what outfit we choose...yeah!
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    WTF dude, it's summer. you don't have school. and you live in California. go outside and enjoy life, draw some people on the streets or the beach, and mack on some girls (or boys if that is your preference). Just get off the damn comPOOter and stop spamming the lounge!!!!

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    Usually I wear what the hell I want anyway, so long as it looks good and flatters my body. Like the other week I went to town shopping with one of my mates and wore my long red pashmina scarf as a skirt.

    What to wear?
    I plan to cosplay as her as soon as I get enough time (and belts...)

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    OK, Quicksilver may have saved this thread from being a bash-fest.

    That being said, you are quickly making yourself less than appreciated by constant lounge flatulence. The way this is going, I'm fully expecting a request for dinner suggestions.

    Step away from the lounge.

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    let me get this quickly in before it gets closed...

    What to wear?

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    Quicksilver- you went out in a pashmina scarf as a skirt? WTF>? Not that it sounds bad.. it just sounds short...

    BTW-where did u get that drawing from.. I like it alot.. very nice style.. design is amazing
    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Quote Originally Posted by vigostar
    Quicksilver- you went out in a pashmina scarf as a skirt? WTF>? Not that it sounds bad.. it just sounds short...

    BTW-where did u get that drawing from.. I like it alot.. very nice style.. design is amazing
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    I happen to think this is a cute idea for a thread.

    Well, if I still had the body for it, I'd dress up like I used to for clubs: boots, post-apocalyptic accessories, corsets, goggles, and the like. I'd have a mohawk, too.

    But, now I'm too old and fat so I'd just look like a jackass. I think I'll just dress in womens' business suits instead....

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    Providing I also had magic powers and/or a team of tailors at my disposal, I'd just design my own outfits on a daily basis, completely fitting with my artistic tastes at the moment. There'd be a few days here and there where I'm sure I'd look like something Kingdom Hearts coughed up. >>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quicksilver
    Like the other week I went to town shopping with one of my mates and wore my long red pashmina scarf as a skirt.
    you are a naughty girl! and therefor always welcome

    (and now just to please dogfood and because it would be nice anyways)
    what about a nice little dinner as soon as it'll be possible to for me to meet you?
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    I don't think theres that much wrong with this thread... ?

    I would like to dress up very elegantly in long dresses. But that's not practical, so I like mixing things. I often wear skirts over my pants.
    I just wear what I want to wear mostly. I wore my pyjama pants to school once, but I must say I have very cool pyjama pants.
    Sometimes I make my own clothing, I made myself a sort of corset thing (but not really), and long darkpurple baggy pants, and they are kind of my favorite clothes to wear.

    Oh well whatever.. I would like to wear a really beautiful long dress with a lot of layers, just to feel princess like and when I wear it also take a few pictures to use as reference later . That was my girly side talking. ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicgoo
    I think I'll just dress in womens' business suits instead....
    Which, to me at least, is just as yummy if not more than the raver clichť attire. Again, yum.

    IF I could wear anything I'd want, reguardless of body type or $ to get / make the clothing, it would probably be my own designs. Simple but mostly efficient. Pockets!.. Pockets are good. My friends always tease that I'm a purse ginda girl... Bulges are not always cool is all I think
    So clean cut, sturdy and lasting, with a discreete accent (texture/color/structure) somewhere. Great, now I have all these ideas flashing behind my eyes and NEED to draw!

    Quinster, it's true that the 1940's had great formal wear. Even Calvin Klein had one of his whole collection based on this kind of suits (but transfered to the womens' wardrobe). Anyhow, why don't you use try to design some of your own stuff too ? Save this thread and be creative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vigostar
    Quicksilver- you went out in a pashmina scarf as a skirt? WTF>? Not that it sounds bad.. it just sounds short...

    BTW-where did u get that drawing from.. I like it alot.. very nice style.. design is amazing
    I said LONG pashmina scarf! It looked a lot more sophisticated than you might have thought.
    And Interceptor beat me to it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinit
    you are a naughty girl! and therefor always welcome

    (and now just to please dogfood and because it would be nice anyways)
    what about a nice little dinner as soon as it'll be possible to for me to meet you?
    Haha, I bet you want a picture, don't you?

    K, here goes.....






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    just plain lol

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    I get teh feeling I'm getting a bad rep A really bad rep. Yeah, I'm not posting anything in the lounge anymore...

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    Either:

    Full plate armor
    Chainmail/leather armor
    Pinstripe suit and bowler hat
    Evil Emperor style cloak

    That is of course everyone doesn't try to laugh/beat on me when they see me.

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    Black single breasted suit. White shirt. Skinny black tie.
    Can't beat that MiB/G-man/undertaker/rude boy/mormon missionary look.
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    Jeans and a t-shirt.

    I should have just posted a link back to the lounge in the Worst of CA thread.
    Obvious troll is obvious

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    Fashion is an art as well

    my next pair of glasses will be goggles

    ALL GOGGLES ALL THE TIME! NOTHING CAN SPLASH IN MY EYES!

    kidding of course.



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    p.s. i'm with magicgoo too about this thread --
    costume is certainly a valid discussion here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhineville
    Either:

    Full plate armor
    Chainmail/leather armor
    Pinstripe suit and bowler hat
    Evil Emperor style cloak
    ohhhhh nice! i'd probably go for that aswell.
    most of all medieval armor. yum!
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    Flat cap, snorkel parka, jeans, skater shoes (I've never skated my entire life)... My favourite ensemble... I love flat caps (or poor boy's hat) and snorkel parkas... Heck, I'd wear a fedora if I can... Too bad only black people and women can only wear them gracefully without looking like:

    What to wear?
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    i always wanted to go bowling in a suit. hell, do anything in a suit would be fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumskee
    vincent from FF7...
    Except maybe the weird claw-things...
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    whaaa that's the good bit!!! or.. guts from berserk..with the massive sword..

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    Since I get crazy with art I would settle for something conservative but very expensive, and accesorize with an Aston Martin or Bugatti Veyron.

    Unless I'm in a muscle car mood, in which case I'd dress like La Sexorcisto era Rob Zombie.

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    oo just imagine wearing that to work... :| trying to draw with wacom on that...

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    Funny..Ive design lulu and yuna too,

    I design costumes for real. check sketch book latest show Inherit the Wind, followed two weeks later by Peter Pan

    and I too have gone out with a pashmina as a skirt
    a purple one

    yay for creative dressing

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