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Posts by Master-Classter

well, it doesn't really like the nose on YOU!
not a major point, but a little comment... I think the brown jacket and shoes go great together, the grey pants and either the shirt or sweater... but I think the combo of the shirt and sweater is just a little much. The orange and green really visually bump against each other and it disturbs my eyes. IMO if you have a crazy fun shirt and then tone it down and cover it up with a neutral sweater, vest, or sportscoat. If you have a crazy colorful sweater, then again, cover...
bene - totally my 2 cents, trying to be constructive. I think the reason this fit was so better than the previous one is a point I've made a bunch of times in the MC side. When you have a 'statement' piece, the trick to wearing it well is to back off on everything else. Go neutral on the rest so you've shown restraint and an intelligent calculation rather than just having thrown everything wild and crazy together. Your mall cruising fit that got looks wasn't because it was...
???? I don't understand the question. it's sort of moot point now because the sale is over anyway
looks great. I think the stacks usually should happen around the hem, with a bit around the knee. not so much at the thigh and calf. I'd push it all down to the bottom and let the walking/sitting pull up as much as needed.
thanks for the head's up. I just gave them a call and might head over later today IF SOMEONE WANTS TO DO A BUY WITH ME AND SPLIT THE DIFFERENCE, MEANING WE BOTH GET 50% OFF, PLEASE MESSAGE ME ASAP.
Clipper - looks good but jeans need to be hemmed some. they're too wide to stack nicely IMO
yeah EWC is down for me too. I've actually got a lot of Canadian stuff and it's moving slowly... I've also got XIC and ZDV
just get 1-2 books, read through the forum archives, and follow the regular WAYW and MC casual threads... give it at least a month or two and do NOT rush out to buy anything. Google a few 'must have' lists, see what forum members commonly wear, and maybe even consider getting a good SA or personal shopper or a fashion interested friend or colleague and asking for pointers.
Bene sweater fit is good. no more of this lumpyness stuff
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