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    Or...

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    for the poster after me: i actually am going shopping for clothes in a few minutes, so actual non-sarcastic fashion advice would be welcome

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    Jarlaxle: fact checking this thread makes me want to go all INFP on my wrists

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    Since Doug is taking this so seriously...

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    ok, trying to be all cearial so that my demand for actual fashion advice wouldn't be as hypocritical next time as it was before...

    @93JC - i think i actually remember how you look (more or less remembering we have a similar physique), and i think your head would go with this style much better then the guy modelling it:


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    No thanks, @Mane. I'm not a fan of leather jackets, partly because they tend to be worn by short, fat, bald, angry-looking men. Not that I think you meant to insinuate that I'm short, fat, bald or angry-looking; nor do I think the same of you.

    I don't think that look really suits anyone well.

    I'll work on a real suggestion for you; I'm a little busy at the moment though.

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    I'm not sure what you were shopping for but I think this would suit (pun intended) you:



    The beige would contrast well with your complexion, I think.

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    Nice simple one piece.

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    ^ oh man I would LOVE to see @wolfy in something like that.

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