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post #2791 of 21557
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Originally Posted by denimdestroyedmylife View Post

fucking killed it here IMO.
What is the vest? I'm going to Africa this summer and need to pick up something like that...
post #2792 of 21557
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Originally Posted by chrisjr View Post
Pardon my ignorance, but could this look not be recreated at a quarter of the cost and look almost the same? I'm sure the construction is fantastic, but to be honest, if I saw you walking down the street, I wouldn't say something like "damn that guy is well dressed". Once again, I'm not trying to knock you, I still just don't understand the jil/raf mentality. Will it come with time?
And I think the bottom half killed it. I think the hoodie is oversized, droopish, and kinda black. That's just me though.

The hoodie has a print on the back.


Then again I don't understand how Denimdestroyedmylife "killed it" as you put...looks rather contrived high fashion Cabella's wear.
post #2793 of 21557
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Originally Posted by chrisjr View Post
fucking killed it here IMO. What is the vest? I'm going to Africa this summer and need to pick up something like that...
woolrich woolen mills sunforger material i think it is called "upland vest" :shrug: i wear it a lot
post #2794 of 21557
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Originally Posted by chrisjr View Post
Pardon my ignorance, but could this look not be recreated at a quarter of the cost and look almost the same? I'm sure the construction is fantastic, but to be honest, if I saw you walking down the street, I wouldn't say something like "damn that guy is well dressed". Once again, I'm not trying to knock you, I still just don't understand the jil/raf mentality. Will it come with time?
And I think the bottom half killed it. I think the hoodie is oversized, droopish, and kinda black. That's just me though.

It's called fashion victim, buying things to make claims about what they own and bragging about it to garner e-credibility (those who care give props) as opposed to how the garments actually look or the final aesthetic/cohesiveness. Though he is praised here for some odd reason which will forever remain a mystery, he is ridiculed on virtually every other forum which is why this place remains his haven (not to mention being banned from them all as well).
post #2795 of 21557
Michael Kors denim shirtjacket J Crew plaid button up MJK slacks Katahdins
post #2796 of 21557
That raf hoodie cost like $50-60. Barely more than a jcrew retail hoodie. Also, why do people demand others make them understand stuff they don't? Most of those people obviously don't want to try to like different looks and ask that in an attempt to stump the people who do like it to prove their own point. I often wonder the same thing about a lot of fits but who cares.
post #2797 of 21557
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Originally Posted by chrisjr View Post
I think the hoodie is oversized, droopish, and kinda black. That's just me though.
Say what?
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post #2799 of 21557
That racist dude needs to learn to multiquote. Looks good socal.
post #2800 of 21557
jcrew, hickey oxford cloth pants, brooks brothers. Trying to decide whether to keep these moscot frames or keep looking. There are 0 interesting frame retailers here so i'm stuck with shopping online or going to LA sometime. Any good optics places to go to in LA?
post #2801 of 21557
^^ frames look good to me. Cant really take the contrast between the chambray and the pants though, some heavier khakis would alot better i think. Shoes and chambray are good friends.
post #2802 of 21557
you can do better with frames. those don't really suit your head.
post #2803 of 21557
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Originally Posted by chrisjr View Post
I think the hoodie is oversized, droopish, and kinda black. That's just me though.





Frames look good to me, Panster.



Nothing ever change..
post #2804 of 21557
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Originally Posted by PinkPantser View Post
There are 0 interesting frame retailers here so i'm stuck with shopping online or going to LA sometime. Any good optics places to go to in LA?
spectacles for humans opened a shop somewhere in LA last month. Edit: Here it is - http://www.yelp.com/biz/spectacles-f...ns-los-angeles
post #2805 of 21557
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jcrew, hickey oxford cloth pants, brooks brothers. Trying to decide whether to keep these moscot frames or keep looking. There are 0 interesting frame retailers here so i'm stuck with shopping online or going to LA sometime. Any good optics places to go to in LA?

I think they look good. I would keep.
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