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just try and be more critical. pink, shiny-foreheaded chick is neither sexy nor dressed well.

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we can discuss ladies/way they look/way they dress too yea?

overall, what city has best dressed ladies? (tokyo, nyc, london, paris, etcetc)

do you like mysterious/dark french women, sophisticated yet down to earth nyc women, curvy italian women, etc?

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Well, I can only compare NYC to LA and I would definitely say NYC wins. The girls, like you said are pretty down to earth and not to mention they tend to dress well. It's actually quite hard in LA to find a chick who is dressed decent; They're either one extreme or the other.

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Well, I can only compare NYC to LA and I would definitely say NYC wins. The girls, like you said are pretty down to earth and not to mention they tend to dress well. It's actually quite hard in LA to find a chick who is dressed decent; They're either one extreme or the other.

I think it all depends if you know where to look. I would say that girls in NYC are the best dressed but I spend most of my time in obscure places that normal people don't visit. I also almost never go to restaurants on Friday or Saturday nights so I don't run into many tourists/out of town people.

If we go by the random sightings I think Paris would win but it has to be the right time of the year when people don't run away to the country.

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Well, I can only compare NYC to LA and I would definitely say NYC wins. The girls, like you said are pretty down to earth and not to mention they tend to dress well. It's actually quite hard in LA to find a chick who is dressed decent; They're either one extreme or the other.

also I think another advantage NYC has over LA is weather. NYC colder weather allows for more options/layering/styles.

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also I think another advantage NYC has over LA is weather. NYC colder weather allows for more options/layering/styles.

In terms of dress, yea. But girls here dress like skanks all the time so I don't dig it too much here...I actually prefer to see women in more clothing now or at least, a well put together outfit.

No homo.

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I remember last paris fashun week, that guy and his two buddies were everywhere, always extremely obnoxiously dressed and loud. I think they were Austrian. Thanks for reminding me of how awful they were.

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Lenny Kravitz meets Macy Gray.

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I think it all depends if you know where to look. I would say that girls in NYC are the best dressed but I spend most of my time in obscure places that normal people don't visit. I also almost never go to restaurants on Friday or Saturday nights so I don't run into many tourists/out of town people.

If we go by the random sightings I think Paris would win but it has to be the right time of the year when people don't run away to the country.

You will take me to these places!!!

That guy in black is Dutch, and on the wrong side of fashion as fuck, I do not wish to see him on here!

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id say paris has the best,londons not bad,nyc from personal experience i not seen to many amazing girls just walking the streets but i know they are there.

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