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Today, Paul Smith showed its fall 2017 collection at Pitti Uomo by way of acrobatic models who, so enthralled to be wearing such great outfits (also known as getting a ‘fit off), started dancing or balancing on their buddies’ head. Is this a thing?
There’s really no greater feeling than when you put on a series of unconnected garments, look in the mirror, and see that you have successfully made yourself look fly. (Here’s footage of me after doing just that thing:)
Or when your crush compliments your shoes.
Or when your friend helps you put the perfect outfit together.
Or when you buy those pants in a size small because it’s new year, new you, baby.
Or when you know you’re the only reason any of your friends are halfway well-dressed but you’re humble about it.
Of course this is a thing. It’s the most relatable thing!