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post #76 of 115
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
What aboot the sneaker tuck??



Ick.

I'd say the boot tuck is a hard look to pull. I once tried to emulate JPGM, but failed miserably. It works naturally for some.
post #77 of 115
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Originally Posted by peezie View Post
It works because mall Oriental people can wear anything. People give them the Tokyo Pass.
Wait...what? This is 2009, right?
post #78 of 115
the biggest don't about boot tucking is DON'T do it.
post #79 of 115
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
What aboot the sneaker tuck??



that's terrible. on another note, why don't you wear clothes instead of brands.
post #80 of 115
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Originally Posted by horriblyjollyjinx View Post
that's terrible. on another note, why don't you wear clothes instead of brands.

Oh snap.
post #81 of 115
It's the jeans that fuck up that SoCal fit. The sneakers look great IMO, and the jeans would look good tucked in if they didn't have those wack-ass humongous white streams coming out of his asshole.
post #82 of 115
I actually saw a fit very similar to the picture in the OP on the subway yesterday. This young dude, maybe 21-24 had a very nice fitted trenchcoat. From his grooming, it seems like he may be metro (tweezed eyebrows, etc). Plus he had good layering going on, letting 1/4" of his sweater show outside the sleeve of his trenchcoat. Everything fitted great. Then I saw the boot tuck.... my gut reaction was that it was WRONG, although everything fitted the guy well, everything looked so "forced" as someone had say. Though I was indifferent before, I now would put the boot tuck in the same category as the half-tucked shirt, or the flipping up of jacket/blazer collars indoors. Maybe it's cool if you've been doing it all your life, but putting an outfit together to showcase your new found look is lame, and obvious.
post #83 of 115
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Originally Posted by Brian SD View Post
It's the jeans that fuck up that SoCal fit. The sneakers look great IMO, and the jeans would look good tucked in if they didn't have those wack-ass humongous white streams coming out of his asshole.

It's what happens when you piss bleach.
post #84 of 115
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Originally Posted by horriblyjollyjinx View Post
that's terrible. on another note, why don't you wear clothes instead of brands.

On another note why don't you lick my taint?
post #85 of 115
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
On another note why don't you lick my taint?

Oh snap.
post #86 of 115
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Originally Posted by MiniW View Post
I actually saw a fit very similar to the picture in the OP on the subway yesterday. This young dude, maybe 21-24 had a very nice fitted trenchcoat. From his grooming, it seems like he may be metro (tweezed eyebrows, etc). Plus he had good layering going on, letting 1/4" of his sweater show outside the sleeve of his trenchcoat. Everything fitted great. Then I saw the boot tuck.... my gut reaction was that it was WRONG, although everything fitted the guy well, everything looked so "forced" as someone had say. Though I was indifferent before, I now would put the boot tuck in the same category as the half-tucked shirt, or the flipping up of jacket/blazer collars indoors. Maybe it's cool if you've been doing it all your life, but putting an outfit together to showcase your new found look is lame, and obvious.


I think that's a bit too much. I'm certainly not a collar flipper or half tucker but I love the jean tuck into boots, when it's done right
post #87 of 115
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
It's what happens when you piss bleach.

And you're expanding your fashion horizons!

post #88 of 115
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Originally Posted by Brian SD View Post
It's the jeans that fuck up that SoCal fit. The sneakers look great IMO, and the jeans would look good tucked in if they didn't have those wack-ass humongous white streams coming out of his asshole.

I respectfully disagree. I think it would look equally as bad, but that stems from the fact that I think the boot tuck doesn't work in my opinion as a "look", rather it should work as a function, i.e., when snow is on the ground and you don't want your pants to get dirty.
post #89 of 115
Not everything has to be function. What's the function of half the shit people wear? Pocket squares? Watches to an extent (no one is more than a hand in the pocket away from their cell phone). Also, if we're talking about function, we're all on the wrong forum.
post #90 of 115
^ I hear what you're saying, but I wasn't trying to get "deep". Personally, I just think it looks odd, but keep on tuckin' for those that do.

I think the more important questions is: should you "peg" your jeans bottom prior to tucking? Discuss....
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