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Before you get dressed in the morning to look distinctly like yourself and no one else, take a step back and realize you're not exactly a special snowflake. That's harsh, but you should it accept right away, especially since you're reading Four Pins. It's extremely likely that your closet is full of neutrals, slim pants, long T-shirts, fire outerwear and some great footwear. We're already aware that we have a walking army of clones reading to do our bidding. All jokes aside, it's true that your style isn't unique and, now, there's photographic proof of that soul crushing reality.? The Cut interviewed Dutch photographer Ari Versluis , whose ongoing project Exactitudes has been dedicated to chronicling people whose styles are wildly similar.
True Religion 2016 Cyber Monday 2016, So far, Exactitudes has produced 154 sets of people, taken between 1994 and 2014,?who have style that you could pluck off one subject and drop seamlessly onto another without missing a beat. Of course, in those 20 years, a lot has changed style-wise. Versluis admits that the lack of Internet early on in the project had a big effect on who was photographed. Of course, trends and fads of the time affected the work as well, but he says he tried to avoid photographing the obvious. When it comes down to it, most of the subjects don't really belong in a particular group: Because a lot of people are not that clear in their choices about what they're wearing. Most people just go to a shop and they buy a coat because it's cold. If you want to be a hipster in Brooklyn, you are very aware of what you are doing, and very aware of the signals you are giving to others. But a lot of people are not aware of the signals. Sorry, guys. Don't kill the messenger.
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