Mark Salling tries to match the

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Mark Salling tries to match the stripe on his head with the stripes on his suit. Umm...
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  • film blog
    film blog

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  • jellehblob
    jellehblob

    just wondering coz i wanna be like him

  • jellehblob
    jellehblob

    DOES HE HAVE UNDERARM HAIR

  • mmmegan
    mmmegan

    Oh my godd, speaking of clothing and how clothing can expression ourselves, I have this really cool shirt that changes colour when I'm in the sun! It's awesome! right?! It doesn't really express me but if I'm in the sun, I'm happy! Plus It's a really cute shirt.

  • mmmegan
    mmmegan

    lol yea emma, it just came out completely MeSsEd up twice. It happens to me sometimes too. Nice try though, this page is way longer than it should be ahahah. But no worries it is like totally still understandable! I agree with both of yous. I don't dress like a hooker but I do wear bright and colourful clothes when I'm happy. Lmao my friends always know how I'm feeling based on my clothes. Great, right? I love how they can figure that out just based on what I'm wearing! But like yea, I like Mark's outfit. I think it fits him pretty well. Except for his pants kinda. He still looks smexy though. lol Love him!

  • Emma
    Emma

    Here it is again. I hope it's not as unreadable as the one above. If it is, sorry! How do I learn about clothing? Reading vogue magazines? Taking a fashion course? I am not going to give into the constant globalization process that seems to progress everyday and causing people to loss individuality. Who can really classify and judge who is best dressed and who is worst? Do you need credentials or be enrolled in a fashion program? No, it's all based on our own personal opinions. For example, Mark Salling's outfit, you don't like it, but others do. On many best and worst dressed lists, there are some outfits that people think are gorgeous but others put on their worst dress lists. So who is right and who is wrong? And are you saying that Mark should wear a more form-fitting suit, ignore factors such as comfort and personal style, just to ‘look good’ and give into the media’s idea that tighter is better and that its necessary to show off your body shape? You do have a valid point though; some one who is wearing a skimpy revealing dress probably isn’t trying to express themselves. But I truly believe clothing can be a way to express yourself. As we go through life, we should start to realize that we all have a tendency of becoming more and more ‘common.’ We follow trends and whatever magazines and the media tell us is ‘in.’ We have become followers. We give up the things that make us special and unique so we can be ‘ordinary’ and so we can fit in with everyone el se. However, dressing the way YOU want to IS expressing yourself. For example, in every piece of clothing, fashion designers design what they feel, what they love and most importantly how they want to express themselves. The dedication and effort they put into the clothes are extraordinary. Fashion is more then an industry, it is a passion. It is a true form of art. Art is found in every piece of clothing ever made. Art is an expression of our feelings and what better way to show who you really are than through what you wear? By all means I’m not trying to say that clothing is the only way to express yourself because I believe that our words and actions are significant as well. Nor am I trying to say that what you wear makes you who you are, but it surely tells a lot about you. It separates us from a crowd and impacts the diversity of this world. Gosh I feel like I’ve just written an essay. :P I’m pretty lame. And I know you’ll probably disagree with everything I just said (except for me being lame) (And sorry about making this page twice the size it needs to be and commenting twice with the same novel sized comment, my laptop's messed)

  • Emma Lyne
    Emma Lyne

    How do I learn about clothing? Reading vogue magazines? Taking a fashion course? I’m not going to give into the constant globalization process that seems to progress everyday and causing people to loss individuality. Who can really classify and judge who is best dressed and who is worst? Do you need credentials or be enrolled in a fashion program? No, it's all based on our own personal opinions. For example, Mark Salling's outfit, you don't like it, but others do. On many best and worst dressed lists, there are some outfits that people think are gorgeous but others put on their worst dress lists. So who is right and who is wrong? And are you saying that Mark should wear a more form-fitting suit, ignore factors such as comfort and personal style, just to ‘look good’ and give into the media’s idea that tighter is better and that its necessary to show off your body shape? You do have a valid point though; someone who is wearing a skimpy revealing dress probably isn’t trying to express themselves. But I truly believe clothing can be a way to express yourself. As we go through life, we should start to realize that we all have a tendency of becoming more and more ‘common’. We follow trends and whatever magazines and the media tell us is ‘in’. We have become followers. We give up the things that make us special and unique so we can be ‘ordinary’ and so we can fit in with everyone else. However, dressing the way YOU want to IS expressing yourself. For example, in every piece of clothing, fashion designers design what they feel, what they love and most importantly how they want to express themselves. The dedication and effort they put into the clothes are extraordinary. Fashion is more then an industry, it is a passion. It’s is a true form of art. Art is found in every piece of clothing ever made. Art is an expression of our feelings and what better way to show who you really are than through what you wear? By all means I’m not trying to say that clothing is the only way to express yourself because I believe that our words and actions are significant as well. Nor am I trying to say that what you wear makes you who you are, but it surely tells a lot about you. It separates us from a crowd and impacts the diversity of this world. Gosh I feel like I’ve just written an essay. :P I’m pretty lame. And I know you’ll probably disagree with everything I just said (except for me being lame). But that’s the beauty of free speech. :)

  • Joshwahh
    Joshwahh

    "Expressing yourself"... hilarious! I'm sorry, but if you want to look like a two-bit hooker, and say you're just expressing yourself, you still look like a two-bit hooker. If you want to wear a baggy suit that doesn't fit you, your garment does not fit you. Plain and simple. This is Worst Dressed, not Best Expressed. Learn something about clothing.

  • jenluvzrob
    jenluvzrob

    i tihnk is preetty good

  • Emma Lyne
    Emma Lyne

    "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" What do you consider style? I think style is a way to express yourself. So why should we judge it? Joshwahh, you make yourself seem horrible by calling someone else 'stupid' just because they don't have the same opinions as you. Next time, think first before you call someone out. :]

  • Joshwahh
    Joshwahh

    Well, fitzy93, you're stupid. That suit is way baggy and ill-fitting.

  • fitzy93
    fitzy93

    I think he looks good :)