Sorry all you dislikers, but I'm a gay man. I don't give a flip what any woman wears, but I know when it looks good or doesn't. How many straight male judges has anyone EVER seen on Project Runway?
If the Lt. Uhura comment wasn't to your liking, then her clothing resembles that of Counselor Deanna Troi in the pilot of Star Trek TNG. Same thing in blue, but minus the tricorder.
@martin.thompson What are you wearing right now?
Oy, again with this....
sophornkm: Hipsters wearing fedoras are hated because, they're not being stylish, or fashionable. It's more like they're donning a costume; they've adopted an item that they all see is cool and hip. It's the imitation of fashion. The truly fashionable are beyond fashion. But hipsters are just pretenders, and everyone goes along with the game. Basically, it's the "I'm hip, and cooler than you" attitude that is so present, and disgusting.
You're going soft.
If it ain't Carhartt, it's Crap.
Because hipster = pretentious?
I rarely notice another person's fashion choices, because I have no fashion sense. It all just washes over me. If you hadn't pointed these people out, I wouldn't have noticed them . But I bet you made their day! People want to look good. I can't blame them for that.
This couple is adorable and if I were their age, I would want to hang out with them.
As it is though, I'm several years older than them so I must hate them and everything they stand for.
What a cute couple! Love their choices of accessories. Makes their styles stand out. Love it!
I've finally realized why there have been the flurry of comments. This unassuming blog post made to the Flyer's main page under "Top Stories." I don't consider it a top story or top notch reporting. I'm just providing the fashion segment in a photo diary format focused on Memphis. That said, I am glad people are visiting and it has sparked some discussion. The psychology of fashion has always interested me.
So here's what I want to know:
Why do people hate fedoras? And why has hipster become such a negative label?
Title should read, "Typical Hipster Clothing Found Being Worn in Cooper-Young, OMG!". This here is some top notch reporting Memphis Flyer, top notch.
Cute couple! Fun and funky and shopping local...I love it!
Excuse me ... Julianne Moore.
I've often said to people that I wish the 60's look would make a complete comeback in everything from hairdos to clothes to architecture and furnishings. But so far as women's clothes, let it be similar to Juliana Moore in "A Single Man" rather than Nancy Sinatra. Those boots are made for walkin' ...
Fedoras and other dumb hats are not stylin, they are just hiding male pattern baldness.
The project runway comment was cute but you'll have to keep in mind this couple isn't trying to walk a runway in some competition. These are your fellow Memphian documented in the real streets of Memphis. Appreciate your opinions but I stand by mine.
What he's wearing is OK. She looks like she stole that red dress and the boots from Lt. Uhura and dyed them black. That could even be a tricorder draped from her shoulder. I should hope that Nina, Heidi, and Zac would be unimpressed.
Looks like Opie Taylor grew up, boy those styles just go round and round over the years. Really not much new.
Handmade products are always good for skin, because it contains least amount of harmful elements. The main reason is that it involves human being for making the product rather than machine, so it healthier more.
Nevermind, I give up trying to predict BREAKING BAD. It's always so much better than anything I can come up with.
If Walt is going to kill himself it's not going to be wit the ricin because that could take up to 2 or 3 days.
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