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Posted 11/15/14

SoldierSangria wrote:

Korean in this case. I think it is more wearable.

At the end of the day though, I like seeing people dress their age and not try to look disturbingly young or childish. That's...Creepy. Very.


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Posted 11/16/14
Ummmmm . . .. sure...
Posted 11/16/14 , edited 11/16/14
I'm not sure what's the difference, maybe pics can help..



this question is like asking me which is better? American or Australian fashion?

they are both roughly the same... we just take whatever the americans wear...
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Posted 11/16/14 , edited 11/16/14
Traditional Clothing? Japanese.

For modern are we talking North or South Korea?

South Korea and Japan modern fashions are as westernized as any other western influenced country. I'm North Korea is too.






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Posted 11/16/14 , edited 11/16/14
Well in a personal sense I like Japanese fashion more
but Korean fashion would suit me better.

Not really sure. To each of his own I guess?
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Posted 11/16/14
If we could get some pictures that would help. I'm not 100% sure what the difference is between the two but I'd really like it if someone could give us some examples to look at!

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Posted 11/16/14
Fashion = only for people who like fashion, and as such I don't like it... No matter where it's from.
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Posted 11/16/14

Ronxz wrote:

If we could get some pictures that would help. I'm not 100% sure what the difference is between the two but I'd really like it if someone could give us some examples to look at!

-Ronxz


Korea;




Japan;



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Posted 11/16/14
Personally, for everyday clothing, I'd go with Korean fashion. Though there's not much of a difference in the Asian male fashion industry, but I tend to opt for Korean brands and such. They usually have more options and are more accessible to me, at least.
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Posted 11/17/14

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Ronxz wrote:

If we could get some pictures that would help. I'm not 100% sure what the difference is between the two but I'd really like it if someone could give us some examples to look at!

-Ronxz


Korea;




Japan;





Thanks for the example pictures!

I have to say I'd lean more Korean personally. I tend to go for more understated tones and slimmed down looks. The Japanese stuff is cute but its very outspoken and I like more subtlety in the design for my clothes. Anyone have a good website or two I could look at some of the Korean/Japanese men's fashion?

-Ronxz
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Posted 11/17/14
Whichever one I can squeeze my not so lithe body into better.
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Honestly can't tell the differnce
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Posted 11/17/14
Japanese fashion, pretty much the only clothing I own is lolita.

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It depends.. I like the creativity to Japanese fashion, like the sub fashion of gothic lolita and visual kei. I own two pairs of an actual gothic lolita dress with the platforms. However, the korean fashion is more conservative yet girly so it's perfect for formal and casual work wear so it's a little of both.
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Whichever ones' sizing can fit better over my fat bum. Asian clothing is unnaturally small.
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