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Originally Posted by hossoso View Post
Too busy with a gallery opening to participate much here but I want to be on the record as a fan of scott.m. Well dressed + moxie= win. His join date is a little over a year ago, have I just overlooked his contributions?
sufu refugee.
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Border you're not all that off base, start low key and work up. Buying lots of expensive items in short periods of time when you're new to the game doesn't usually fare well for both your look and your wallet. Expensive clothes ≠ Well Dressed, 60% of the time, all the time. As well, remember there's a scondhand market out there that could be worthlooking into.
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Originally Posted by Border123 View Post
Not gonna lie probably just going back to tshirt/jeans and minding my own at this point haha. I clearly am way off base on what looks good even after lurking here for a very long time.

white T/jeans/nice shoes is a winning combo if you're well built, probably going to be what I wear most during summer
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Originally Posted by hossoso View Post
Too busy with a gallery opening to participate much here but I want to be on the record as a fan of scott.m. Well dressed + moxie= win. His join date is a little over a year ago, have I just overlooked his contributions?

i'm quite flattered, thank you very much! reality of it is, i kinda forgot i had an account ahaha, no worries, plenty more outfits where these are coming from!
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j crew macalister
standard cloth
salt valley

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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post
Camera's getting fixed, enjoy this three-part mopile phone pic (cleaned my mirror AFTER this was taken)







Geller
45rpm
Uniqlo
Veronique Branquinho

shit is awesome. very nicely nice
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nicelynice always has nice outerwear
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I'll +1 that.

Very noice, nicely nice.
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i thought the same thing, nicely, i like the whole outift alot. there have been a few 45rpm (or r by, at any rate) flannels popping up on ebay lately and ive been tempted get one.
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Camera got stolen . Phone pic it is.

it's Turtle! i'm willing to put money on it
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Originally Posted by sq4you View Post
you're gonna tell this guy to buy rick and prada? christ man. thats like giving the ring of power to a fucking goblin. you couldn't come up with something a little more in between for him to start off with?
erm no. I wasn't telling him that. I'm saying look at that shit for inspiration. He said that there is no point in him looking at uncontrol fits since he can't wear that shit, which is true. He posted a picture of a dude wearing an ill fitting button-up and some shitty jeans as what he was working towards. Wouldn't looking at how Kunk pulls off designer shit be way better than saying "I'm built, better just wear t-shirts." I'd say so. And that urban jacket looks fine, and would probably work for a muscular body type. Don't cop your whole steez from urban, but they still sell a decent amount of clothes that are perfectly fine.
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Enjoying the fits from more and more people. Nicelynice, sq4you, scott.M, etc. Keep the good stuff flowing, fellas.
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Originally Posted by erdawe View Post
Border you're not all that off base, start low key and work up. Buying lots of expensive items in short periods of time when you're new to the game doesn't usually fare well for both your look and your wallet. Expensive clothes ≠ Well Dressed, 60% of the time, all the time.

As well, remember there's a scondhand market out there that could be worthlooking into.

Some of the best advice on there. I bought a bunch of ill fitting clothes when I first joined this forum, thank god they werent extremely expensive. After a few months and lurking around you get a sense of good fit (which did not have before). I sold my entire wardrobe and started over, again. UO is defiantly not a bad place to start though. Id go UO, Uniqlo, Zara for starters.
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Originally Posted by otc View Post
Thanks. After some considering its negatives, I decided to go with Rit dye. It is a jacket so it won't get frequent washings so I figured I didnt need to deal with the expense/hassle of fancier dyes.

I used on packet of tan powder and half a bottle of tangerine liquid (thats how it came...otherwise I would have used both liquids or both powders). Use HOT water on a freshly washed, wet garment (just out of the spin cycle should be great)...I added some amount of salt as well and maybe a bit of white vinnegar (can't remember). I did it in a big bucket and agitated like crazy for a while but it still came out slightly splotchy although it is mostly visible on the inside. I am going to wash and dye it again at some point, and I will try using the laundry machine technique (but I need to do it at a friends who doesn't have crappy pay machines with no settings). Hopefully doing it again will preserve the color or make it a little darker but even it out somewhat.

Well the results are excellent.

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Originally Posted by hossoso View Post
Too busy with a gallery opening to participate much here but I want to be on the record as a fan of scott.m. Well dressed + moxie= win. His join date is a little over a year ago, have I just overlooked his contributions?

Dunno, but it's good to have an insider at Odin.
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