What do you think about Japanese language and logo?
Is it cool? or Unique or not?
I just learn about effects of Japanese on SuperDry(極度乾燥しなさい。)
I want to know that why Japanese on T-shirts.
Please let me know your idea.
I've seen a few of my relatives wearing clothing with katakana on them, although it appears to be nonsense. I can see the appeal, but I'd personally prefer to know what the words mean, before buying a shirt.
I like Asahi Super Dry.
Now in everyone's honest opinion (and no blind patriotism please), which Asian country do you think has the best looking people? And which, the best dressed?
No flame war please. Just want to find out what everyone thinks.
I like the Japanese look a little more, I guess, but it's really hard to say since you have such a wide range of looks within every ethnicity.
Well, the skin/bodies I would say South Koreans and Japanese. Chinese and Northern Koreans are not that great.
When it comes to clothing however, Japanese have the best fashion.
As a round-faced Anglo-Saxon male I am very jealous of Koreans with their tight cheekbones. But that's where my Korea-envy ends.
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Fedoras. You've seen them on every college campus, atop the heads of every gangly pencil moustached fool that thinks they are stylish. What the hell is the deal?
Don't wear one. No excuses. For every person who says it looks nice ten think it's ridiculous.
that episode of its always sunny in philly where frank wears skinny jeans and the crew tells him to keep them
I wonder if I could pull off a bowler hat.
You might, but the one wearing it might be unhappy with you.
just ruined the thread
Nice fashionable clothes are so expensive. I don't know how people afford to look good. I sometimes think if I have to be rich to look like that.
Any suggestion for where or how to buy nice clothes?
Fashion sucks. Make your own fashion. I've found some beautiful stuff in second hand clothes stores, etc., there's something from every era so mix and match to suit your tastes. I've got a nice hippy vibe going on, and you wouldn't be able to buy these clothes anywhere else.
Time or money.
Money is like paying for a fish.
Time is like learning to fish.
Both can be combined.
Live in the UK?
Stores to Look out for:
Some accessories such as:
yesstyle.com is amazing
Browse around thrift stores and the clearance/sale sections of department stores
There's a brand called Jiniy worth checking out.
Japanese Online Idioms
You're here if yukata, geta, Jinbei
Products are made in Japan of high quality all
It is not readily found in this price in this quality
mail order site and ebay is made in China almost
Although I can buy the same or in duty-free shop of Japanese airports
you know you're weeb enough
Currently I go to a university studying computer engineering and japanese but recently I have become unhappy with computer engineering (but not Japanese) and I was thinking about getting into fashion photography. I was looking in fashion magazines and just seeing this beautiful art form. I just wanted to ask if anyone else was also in or studying to become affilated with the fashion photography industry and how it was? Is it over saturated with photographers and also how demanding and competitive is it? I find this art form so beautiful and breath taking that I just want to start doing it. I don't know anything about photography though but I just would like to know just about the demand for photographers in that industry.
I think I might have been the one to post that, not sure.
Anyway, strongly seconded.
I've always wanted to be in the fashion career but now that >>3 says that, it's sounds like that's not the greatest thing for some people. If you would like some advice on that career then, I mostly agree with all of the posts because they are all true, but the good thing is you would be making the models feel good about them selfs everyday and that's what fashion photography is all about.
Unless you're talking about some sub-culture photography such as cosplay etc
The real fashion photography is completely closed world of gay/rich/aristocracy so its unlike you will archive anything
Gay fashion is wild enough to drive me mad
Don't do it. Nobody gets in.
Hello everyone in the United States
I have come to the propaganda of the yukata from Japan
Airport sales No1!!
Pattern of high quality and traditional
Children and parents, to themselves
Made in Japan of the relief of course
Everything this guy is wearing, I want.
You know that really chemical smelling stench that you get with new jeans? Particularly black coloured jeans. I want to get the smell out without having to wash the goddamn thing to shreds.
Wash them and then put one of those scented liners into the dryer.
Roll them in shit.
if you wear them for a bit, over time your body will naturally neutralize that smell. then wash with whatever detergent you like
no special technique unless you wanna wash them right away. but id suggest you wear them first so the material is a little worn before you go ahead and wash it to get a better wash
If you don't want to lose the pure black, wash it in vinegar. It helps the dye attach to the fabric and sure as hell takes the smell out of it.
cuz that sure as hell is going to help the jeans smell better
Just wash it and put a good smelling fabric softener in. use liquid AND the sheets. That's all.
And wash it alone so the dye wont get in other clothes, and you'll have a better chance of it smelling good.
That's what i did. Came out smelling like Downy :3
After you finish with the vinegar, give it a wash in water with a bit of baking soda. Neutralizes it.
Or to save time, do both vinegar and baking soda at once.
then u'd be neutralising the acid before it can take the smell out of the jeans...defeating the whole purpose..
Just tried baking soda & vinegar. It works! Had 5 stinky pieces.Used full load, dissolved 32 oz B.Soda in warm, added 3/4 Cup white vinegar, switched dial to cold water, filled tub until all clothes were covered, stopped cycle & let soak for 1 hour, came back & added capful of Woolite for darks and let the cycle run. WOW. It works. clothes are line drying now and NO SMELL. YAY!!
I got a plain black old peacoat, but it's got this extra turtleneck-like part on it. Been doing scarves a lot lately but I can't really figure out what color scarf should go with black peacoat. White, red, black, I dunno. I never really wear much for pants other then blue or black jeans either. What would be better for winter? I've gotten into gelling up my hair a lot too, something I've never done before. Though I keeps me from wearing hats which kind of sucks considering the temperature.
I could never stand those who valued appearance more than attitude. It's like, you're standing in the middle of the club wearing a Moncler's jacket and you don't even TAKE IT OFF! I grew up and blew away. Now it's all about being volatile and having no dependency on particular garment.
Synergy. Walking on to a good bargain, waking up two hours earlier in the morning just to pick a coat, being fabulous, enhancing inner beauty.
I also have a black peacoat! I like wearing circle scarves with mine. I've got a mauve one from Urban Outfitters that's textured kind of, and one of those classic ones from American Apparel in purple. Otherwise, anything looks good with a peacoat, I think. Especially tights!
As for boots, I had a pair of grunge boots I got from Value Village that were brown and from Club Monaco, but they started getting stinky fast. Now I wear a pair of David Bowie style boots that are black and god-awful, tbh.
Winter time for me means sweaters. Lots and lots of cute sweaters.
I'd like to get this headband/earmuffs combo thing that the lead singer of this band is wearing, but I don't know what it's called and thus do not know what to google. Can anyone help me?
My typing is awful
At the beginning of the year i finally decided to stop warring crappy, hot topic, baggy pants and video-game tees. Well anyway i started shopping at urban outfitter, seeing as at the time it was the only store with clothes of my taste, long story short, can anybody think of a store with clothes of that style, because im kinda getting board with their selection
H&M is okay, but I find that the quality of there clothing is usually sub par. I've had shirts and shorts from them start to thread after 1 week :/
All the things I've gotten from them have lasted marvelously. Just follow the cleaning instructions.
Then again, maybe there is a difference in quality depending on country. I have items from the US and from Ireland that have all lasted well, but maybe other branches don't do as well?
This thread should be read by more 4chers.
yep, i'll always go for AA - good cuts, perfect quality, no logo, pretty good corporate philosophy. H&M is okay too, but don't expect the stuff to last long.
op here American Apparel has an online store. but what about the rest ? uniqlo seemed kinda nice, but it doesn't look like you can buy online, and it looks like the only store in the us is in NYC. I live in Houston Tx. thats a long way to go just for cloths. know of anything closer to me? or maybe something with an online store?
>>15, if there is a specific item you want from Uniqlo, you can usually order by phone. I did that to order one of their manga-style editions of shirts. worked fine.
there's definately a huge difference from country to country when it comes to H&M. the H&M in canada is a pile of shit compaired to the ones in america and the one in Japan.