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Q: What's the most stylish fashion you've ever seen a normal Chinese person wear?

And they aren't a movie star or some other person in the media, but a real person.

 

I saw a cute girl on the subway today, and was really most amazed by her sense of style. Her clothes had a personal feel that doesn't look like the cookie-cutter "baby doll" look that most woman wear (not that there's anything wrong with that).

 

So what's the most stylish fashion you've seen on a person? And in which city? It seems to me that Shanghai is a very stylin' city...

6 years 14 weeks ago in  General  - Other cities

 
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  I'm generally impressed, not living in a metropolitan city like Shanghai where all the women are naked, to see people with tattoos or died hair. I met a bloke in KFC the other day who was wearing eye-liner and I had to congratulate him just for having the balls to be different.

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The most stylish thing that I have ever a Chinese guy wear?  A strawberry-scented extra-strength condom for a mini-sized little brother with logos on the condom that read "I am a fruit".

 

Indeed, he was a fruit, or a variety thereof.

 

Never saw him again, not at least privately anyway.

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pajamas when out shopping in the middle of the day.  darn,,, I soooo wanna do that !   think I get stared at now?  just wait!  ,,,  haha

 

seriously,,, I know as much about fashion as I do about ornithology.  But I do admire the youth who dye their hair.  I love that statement  'I am NOT just another black-haired Han living in the Land of Confusion*'

 

* kudo's to Genesis~

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Guangzhou no doubt has the most amount of and best fashion styles.  This city has malls and trade shops bigger than many small cities because of its location, and most girls don't care about brand names here, so you see a lot of unique styles.  I can't describe any styles specifically, but it blows my mind how good the girls dress here compared to home in America where most everyone wear the same styles year 'round.  For us gentlemen, taking the subway is always full of eye candy.  Chinese modern, Japanese, Korean, and Euro styles are very popular, it seems.

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A normal Chinese person...oxymoronic.

 

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