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Your daily uniform- personal style. Your look.
warefish at 1:22AM, Oct. 9, 2009
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nice chuck's Warefish!
Why thunkee Pit. :)

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GracehFaceh at 12:01PM, Oct. 10, 2009
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@Kristen and Warefish: I love both your shoes.

I always wanted chucks, but I don't think they'd mesh very well with my girlish attire. ]:

These are my favorite shoes:



I wear them everywhere. :)

worstcase
Baggy cute clothes from Ann Taylor Loft(I love boring gray and dark blues. With no patterns. Im talkin plain white cute shirt with navy vest and shorts and colored flats. Simple=amazing for me)

That sounds really cute. I wish I were old enough to pull off Ann Taylor stuff.
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worstcase at 9:48PM, Oct. 10, 2009
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HEY I FOUND PICTURES.
Here is a game of capture the flag, but we all usually wear junk like this year round(excluding glowsticks. Im the one on the very far left)

And here is a “nicer” photo. Once again im on the far left.
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warefish at 3:07AM, Oct. 11, 2009
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GracehFaceh
@Kristen and Warefish: I love both your shoes.

I always wanted chucks, but I don't think they'd mesh very well with my girlish attire. ]:
They're cool but silly when you think about them. I mean they're extremely overpriced for a slab of rubber with a cloth covering.

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Pokkon at 1:12PM, Oct. 11, 2009
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Hmm, I usually wear either jeans or a skirt along with knee-socks, either a white shirt and a black tie or awesome things such as concert shirts, and uh… something to make my arms and hands look less borings, like wristbands or rings. Or both.

warefish
GracehFaceh
@Kristen and Warefish: I love both your shoes.

I always wanted chucks, but I don't think they'd mesh very well with my girlish attire. ]:
They're cool but silly when you think about them. I mean they're extremely overpriced for a slab of rubber with a cloth covering.

Chucks are awesome, but yes, definitely too expensive. I just wear cheap knock-offs instead, nobody ever notices the difference and they don't hurt my wallet that much.
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PIT_FACE at 1:19PM, Oct. 11, 2009
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@Kristen and Warefish: I love both your shoes.

I always wanted chucks, but I don't think they'd mesh very well with my girlish attire. ]:

These are my favorite shoes:



I wear them everywhere. :)

worstcase
Baggy cute clothes from Ann Taylor Loft(I love boring gray and dark blues. With no patterns. Im talkin plain white cute shirt with navy vest and shorts and colored flats. Simple=amazing for me)

That sounds really cute. I wish I were old enough to pull off Ann Taylor stuff.


ya'd be suprized, Grace! wore chucks and alittle black dress to a wedding once, was a smash! unless ya dress like Cinderella goin to the dance every day, there aint a whole lot chucks dont go with. give 'ehr a go!
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ParkerFarker at 5:04PM, Oct. 11, 2009
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Yeah, but don't forget to get them all nice and dirty. I once bought a pair of pre-faded chucks. I still had to dirty them and stuff but they came in a light orange colour. Now they have a lot of holes in them but that isn't gonna stop me from wearing them!

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Nicotine at 8:07PM, Oct. 11, 2009
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I love chucks! I think they go with jeans anytime, and I still wear my pair of faded blue ones from five years ago. They hold up very nicely. :D

Well, for my daily wear, I try to go for something comfortable but fashionable. I spend most of my time out of the house because I work and go to school, and while I'm at school, I have to walk a lot because it's a huge campus. So, almost everyday I wear jeans, a blouse of some sort, and my converse or flats (I have a lot of flats; I'm a shoe girl XD). At work I'm a little more casual because I do a lot of lifting and moving around, so I mostly wear a t-shirt.
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worldwillshout at 12:33AM, Oct. 12, 2009
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-Black Shirt (Danzig shirt on rare occasion)
-Jeans
-Socks
-Engineer Boots
-Boxers
-Glasses
-Normal Mans Haircut w/ big sideburns
-Goatee
-Green Lantern Watch

Every single day…
I'm pretty mundane like that.
Cupcakes are the Devil!
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ozoneocean at 4:16AM, Oct. 12, 2009
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Kristen Gudsnuk
90's

Daria!
I dunno… the 90's were rather meh with fashion. Jeans were way too loose and in the last half there was that whole big overload on camouflage EVERYTHING.

That was all centred around the return of the army pants. Which was unfortunate because as an art student I'd gone out and bought myself a couple of pairs with a nice parade belt to go with them and then suddenly it was uber fashionable.
… My snarky lesbian art lecturer accused me of being a trendy hipster. T___T

And of course the army pants fashion then metamorphosed into the amazingly long running reign of the “cargo pants”. The camo went, to be replaced with beige, but the pockets in the knees stayed. Then after that EVERYTHING had to have pockets in the knees!!!
That's a direct legacy we still haven't see the end of.

lastcall
At home, I prefer au naturel. The comfiest outfit of all. ;)
I am so visiting you :)
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Gypsy punk?

here and here and here
Stylin.
PIT_FACE
chucks
I had to look that up! We used to call them “Cons”. I had a pair when I was little, but I thought they were daggy then. For years I had a pair of black suede Addidas in that style (low ones, not high tops), with rainbow laces. Damn good, long lasting pair of shoes! I went through three different pairs of laces in them but the shoes stayed fine, and even stayed looking smart! It took them years to get scruffy. I only stopped wearing them because the soles got a bit too thin so that it was uncomfortable to walk long distances in them.

 
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Croi Dhubh at 12:32PM, Oct. 12, 2009
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Black or dark blue t-shirt, and boots/sneaker bots, jeans. Occasionally something with a different color such as rust. Always have my knife and frequently a concealed firearm…but that's not really part of the outfit I guess
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patrickdevine at 1:37PM, Oct. 12, 2009
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there aint a whole lot chucks dont go with. give 'ehr a go!
I'll second this. There's definitely something to be said for a style of shoe that looks good on everyone!
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EsoldierX at 7:51PM, Oct. 12, 2009
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I would usually wear black or blue t shirts, with on top of that is a hoody or anything long sleeved ( I'm always cold for some reason), Black jeans or just Dark Blue jeans and my wristband and signature hat.

Thats basically what I would wear if Im going to school.
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D0m at 5:56AM, Oct. 13, 2009
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I wear a cape and a helmet.

Everyone does that, right?

Nadya- a tale about what happens to SOME of us when we die.

Currently: Nadya is awake and asking more relevant questions.
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Warpedwenger at 8:19AM, Oct. 13, 2009
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T-shirt with Mario or some anime character…

On the weekends I've been known to wear a slick button up…

Cargo shorts with lots of pockets to house my electronic devices…

Flip flops that I bought at Dollywood several years ago…
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Product Placement at 8:34AM, Oct. 13, 2009
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I usually alternate between dressing in mostly black or earth colors (blue/green/brown). There also was this time where my ex had me dressing up in loud colored dress shirts (red/purple/brightblue).

I need to updated my wardrobe. I lost allot of weight last spring and most of my clothing is too big for me now.
Those were my two cents.
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patrickdevine at 2:28PM, Oct. 13, 2009
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D0m
I wear a cape and a helmet.

Everyone does that, right?
Well, not all the time. I rarely wear that more than twice a week.
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ToniusTobinus at 6:07PM, Oct. 13, 2009
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I drew myself into some of the non-story content of my website (like the About section). If you go there, that's what I wear every day. Jeans, old sneakers, black t-shirt with a long sleeved button-down, unbuttoned, and the sleeves rolled up (because I'm such a hard worker)
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Psikick at 6:48PM, Oct. 14, 2009
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Jeans, t-shirt, tennis shoes, a hoodie if it's cold, shorts if it's hot. I be simple.
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Kahlan_Brightblade at 10:37AM, Oct. 16, 2009
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I really have no style.

When i'm not working my style is usually jeans or shorts and a t-shirt of some kind . My shoes usually are slip ons or sandals, mostly because i'm one of those who could care less about looking nice all the time.


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ParkerFarker at 11:30PM, Oct. 17, 2009
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I really have no style.

When i'm not working my style is usually jeans or shorts and a t-shirt of some kind . My shoes usually are slip ons or sandals, mostly because i'm one of those who could care less about looking nice all the time.

couldn't care less.

And I'm thinking I should add a nice brown leather bomber jacket to my arsenal of clothing.

“We are in the stickiest situation since Sticky the stick insect got stuck on a sticky bun.” - Blackadder
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SarahN at 2:44PM, Oct. 18, 2009
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I have a style? Err, maybe in accessories. Most common things you'll see in my wardrobe is jeans, t-shirts (I avoid shirts with slogans on them), hats (usually army-esque hats) and I have a lot of necklaces. For some reason lately I've also been wearing a lot of brown and gray…

I also have a leather jacket I'm really fond of, and a nice red peacoat.

I also love sailor shirts…but I've only managed to find ONE decent one. Do you have any idea how hard it is to find a nice sailor shirt that isn't a cosplay or lolita costume?! XO
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Djeinus at 5:09PM, Oct. 20, 2009
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Well, my style would be a dark-coloured sweater, jeans and white socks.
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Draven_Xero at 6:06PM, Oct. 20, 2009
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Unless I'm playing music, I dress pretty normally (though a bit scruffily, since it's been like FOREVER since I boughyt any new clothes). However, my gear when I play a show is something along these lines:

or

of course, the hair's aLOT longer now. This is usually with either a pair of chunky black boots, some OP grey an black skate shoes, or black and white chucks.
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Druchii at 8:07AM, Oct. 21, 2009
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I have been wearing the same things since the early 90's.

T-Shirts with logos/slogans/images on them.
Blue Jeans (bootcut, or on the rare occasion I find bellbottoms)
Vans/Vision/RocketDog shoes.
Big stupid hats.
And if it's cold, an M-65 military jacket. My current one is black.

Anything else takes too damn long to mess with.

Actually the only things I accessorize with are my earrings, and my chain to my wallet has gears, springs and brass nuts on the chain.
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ERasER at 8:22AM, Oct. 21, 2009
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I've been wearing pretty much the same clothing since I was in school;
Black Hoody
Jeans and
Awesomely Scruffy Brown Hair

Pretty much.
BackSeat Gamers
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Disgruntledrm at 4:04PM, Oct. 21, 2009
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Generally jeans and a t-shirt when I'm feeling lazy. When I'm not,then I'll wear an ankle-length skirt with a long-sleeved tailored shirt.
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iamjenii at 11:30AM, Oct. 27, 2009
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Usually a t-shirt & skinnies with Chucks.

But also depending on mood and purpose/destination, the heels/boots and slightly fancier clothes may make an appearance.
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PhilWrede at 2:33PM, Oct. 27, 2009
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My best friend once referred to my “look” as, “office-bound Eddie Vedder.” To this day, I still consider it one of the nicest things anyone's ever said about me, and I've tried to live up to that description ever since.
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webcomics heh at 12:54PM, Oct. 28, 2009
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My look is J.Crew crossed with A&F and a splash of Maxim for flavor.

And crocs. Hella comfy brah.

Smug I Could Do
it's only the BEST webcomic. Heh.
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