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post #11611 of 21557
BR, I'd like to see maybe even more volume in those pants, exploit the fabric as much as you can, one way or the other. I know it's too late for that, but I like the concept of the wide pants.
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Why are flares/bootcuts horrible but double-pleated, wide legged pants are OK? I mean, I think they look good on BR. But it seems to be a bit of a double-standard.
post #11613 of 21557
Because his pants, although wide, are straight. "Curves are for women". (talking about bellbottoms here)
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flares are dumb
post #11615 of 21557
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Originally Posted by PinkPantser View Post
Because his pants, although wide, are straight. "Curves are for women". (talking about bellbottoms here)
Bellbottoms definitely rub me the wrong way, though I have no idea why. I just don't think they look good. I don't mind very wide or even curvy pants. Bootcuts can work too.
post #11616 of 21557
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
Why are flares/bootcuts horrible but double-pleated, wide legged pants are OK?

I mean, I think they look good on BR. But it seems to be a bit of a double-standard.

original jeans weren't bootcut so they don't get included in the vintage-everything circlejerk

that and something about hating everything related to mall brands
post #11617 of 21557
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
BR, I'd like to see maybe even more volume in those pants, exploit the fabric as much as you can, one way or the other. I know it's too late for that, but I like the concept of the wide pants.
I'm not tall enough for even wider pants than these. I'm really already pushing it with these.
post #11618 of 21557
flathead nudie clarks
post #11619 of 21557
^^grow that soul patch over upper lip for next level.
post #11620 of 21557
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Originally Posted by berlin report View Post
I'm not tall enough for even wider pants than these. I'm really already pushing it with these.

I think you could pull it off. Hem til the back hems are just millimeters off the ground and you get a nice rich half break at the front. Think mid-decade Raf Simons as opposed to vintage.
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post #11622 of 21557
whats an 'OCDB' when referring to button-ups?
post #11623 of 21557
Oxford Cloth Button Down.
post #11624 of 21557
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Originally Posted by berlin report View Post

Gap
Haversack
YMC

Your posts are good but its never something I would consider wearing and can sometimes be a bit too conservative for me to appreciate (don't know why but for me there needs to be some break from the norm). Having said that though, I really like this, the proportions are fantastic and the high waist works really well, I'm also impressed by the fit/style of the gap shirt, unexpectedly good, I'd like to see more posts from you of similar 'unconventionalness'.
post #11625 of 21557
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Originally Posted by PinkPantser View Post
Because his pants, although wide, are straight. "Curves are for women".
(talking about bellbottoms here)

curves are for women (unless it's a blazer)
bags are for women
skinny jeans are for faggots

dumb generalizations are dumb
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