Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

Ripped jeans, flannel, facial hair, etc.

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Schneider
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Re: Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

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I'm listening to Black Sabbath, but I look like an old folkie. I do like folk as well though.
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Re: Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

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You tell me? :P

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Re: Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

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I can see it
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Re: Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

Post by Pennyroyaltea »

It depends on what day you catch me.

One day it's a black skater dress with mid sleeves, a xenomorph head necklace or HR Giger choker, some variation of Doc Martens boot, Red or Violet lips, steel pewter rings (Sons of Anarchy and Medusa's head or my xenomorph ring). With black leggings.

Or i'll wear a black tulip skirt that goes up to my waist, a tucked in band shirt, leggings and boots. I like to play with that though, like i'll wear a white shirt on occasion. I've started to wear suspenders with my skirts sometimes, one black and my favorite pair of suspenders are about an inch and a half wide and red plaid.

Always with my big black sunglasses.

Eh, I guess you could get that vibe from me, even when i'm not wearing a band shirt I look fairly "alternative".
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Re: Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

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Less and less I should think...
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Re: Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

Post by Grunge_Chick »

I still wear band t-shirts and immature graphic tees. I'm getting to the age where it's likely incredibly inappropriate but I can't say no to a cool band tee. I'm sure I look like a freaking loser compared to most 26 year olds.

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Re: Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

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most days i wear whatever i can find thats clean and most people would assume i listen to most of the music that i do
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Re: Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

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I look like a try-hard cringeworthy weirdo and I think it reflects my taste very well.
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Re: Do your looks reflect your musical taste?

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I would say so ... yes.
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Some say that Im crazy, but I have strong feelings about this ... I feel like our clothing choices should reflect us, like our tattoos if we have them, for instance. I felt strongly ostracized by the clothing of the entire under-35 generation. Most under-35 appear to wear shirts with corporate brands all over them, and if clothing reflects us as people, that says that we've become corporate cynics with no personalities of our own.
I typically wear band shirts (Aerosmith now), along with ripped jeans, and a 70s rock-looking not-leather jacket ... I like to reflect where I come from musically and culturally.
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