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I own some lighter weight MTM trousers that have taping on the inside of the hem -- I didn't request it, but that's how they were made, so OK. They do help them hang a little straighter, and although I don't have a problem with "billowing" either way (you might want a narrower leg if that's happening for you), when I'm wearing ankle boots it does seem to mitigate the tendency of the back of the pant to get caught on the back of the boot.
Is there actually a place that sells matching blazers and caps? And follow-up question: how can I make sure I never meet anyone who shops there?I miss Garanimals too, man, but dayum.
It can work, but try using a pairing that isn't so close in value. That very pale, desaturated jacket is nice but would look better with something like a navy and white gingham -- so you'd have more contrast but complimentary colours.Now, about those "dad jeans"...
Putting the "pooP" into "SpooPoker", if you will.OK, I got nothin'.
Wow. We were all just making fun of Schuman, but he looks great here.
Let us know if you re-post, man. OK, let ME now; everyone else can kick rocks.
I'm also not a fan of skinny cuts. But straight leg trousers work fine for me and probably will suit you too.In the meantime, you can easily get your tailor to slim those down a little bit. It'd be an opportunity to find out where your comfort level is.
You sure you don't want to hear anything about the fit of the trousers?
I think we're going with the more politically correct term "malevolent dwarf".
Correct. Isn't America great?I don't see the relevance of my website to the photo you posted -- I suppose you were just pissed off because someone didn't like your pleated pants / ill-fitting sweater guy -- but (and I mean this sincerely) I appreciate that you took the time to check it out.
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