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post #4411 of 21557
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
trying to get some usage out of this jacket before the weather gets too hot

^Cool, I like this. Is the fabric a windowpane pattern?

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fucking rolling fags, now I can't roll in 35C weather without looking like a sheep

that's some serious chronoroll
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This pant roll thing is getting out of hand. I'm getting completely overwhelmed
post #4413 of 21557
you were the pioneer of the pant roll, and all...


PS Whoa, I was listening to some Beatport song and that dancing/flashing cat was in perfect synchrony, raver pussy!
post #4414 of 21557
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post
nobody ever comments on my pictures either, get used to it dawg
My bad homie.. That Dakota jacket actually looks very nice on you. I had to pay more for the one in navy because the black just didn't look right on me. To bad because it is objectively nicer, as you can see in your picture.
post #4415 of 21557
I just got that Dakota jacket. Looks great in that pic. Hope it fits me as well.
post #4416 of 21557
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Originally Posted by Vashin View Post
^Cool, I like this. Is the fabric a windowpane pattern?

Yeah, the visible windowpane is a dark yellow with white surrounding it. You can't see it from far away but it has overlapping dark blue as well. Forgot to sew back the other button after I shortened the sleeves, guess I should do that when I get home.
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God, that looks so delicious.
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I'm trying something new for myself because I'm bored of my clothing lately. Any feedback (good or bad) would be greatly appreciated!




CB United Style
Grandma's old linen
GAP
Nudie
Thrift
post #4419 of 21557
I think it looks solid, man. Rock on
post #4420 of 21557
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Originally Posted by TC1990 View Post
I'm trying something new for myself because I'm bored of my clothing lately. Any feedback (good or bad) would be greatly appreciated!
CB United Style
Grandma's old linen
GAP
Nudie
Thrift

I quite like it

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Done with finals

post #4421 of 21557
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
I think it looks solid, man. Rock on

+1
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
Who is the guy directly in the middle? A SF member? If so i'd love to know who so i can check out more fits and find out the pieces on that outfit. Looks fantastic
http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...67#post2081867
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I'm trying something new for myself because I'm bored of my clothing lately. Any feedback (good or bad) would be greatly appreciated!
Glad to see you posting again, you always have very well fitting stuff. Re: your pushed up jacket - I'm not a fan. Its not that you're doing it wrong, its that the look forces a casual vibe in an impractical way. Its like leaving your boots unlaced, wearing a scarf with a t-shirt, intentionally disheveled hair, or flannel shorts with a winter weight sportcoat.
post #4423 of 21557
Thanks chronoaug, Ozarks, Stazy and PinkPanster. I really appreciate it!
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Originally Posted by PinkPantser View Post
Glad to see you posting again, you always have very well fitting stuff. Re: your pushed up jacket - I'm not a fan. Its not that you're doing it wrong, its that the look forces a casual vibe in an impractical way. Its like leaving your boots unlaced, wearing a scarf with a t-shirt, intentionally disheveled hair, or flannel shorts with a winter weight sportcoat.
Thanks, you surely inspire some of my day to day looks. As for the pushed up sleeves, I agree that it looks forced, but I pushed them up because I'm not too keen on how the sleeves billow at my elbows. I also took a picture before with the sleeves down, maybe you can see what I mean.
post #4424 of 21557
with the slowly fading raw jeans, sockless, and tshirt, i think it was pretty casual enough and looked normal rolled up. Seems like it'd be cool to go to a bar or something like that. Much better than sleeves down normal. I've seen a short sleeve seersucker blazer a sufu guy wears occasionally similar to that and it's pretty fantastic.
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Its hard to tell from that picture whether or not the sleeves are too big in proportion to the jacket. Either way, I like to see clothes/style done in a way that makes functional/common sense. If the boots have laces - do them up. If you're putting stuff in your hair - don't make it look intentionally messy. If its warm enough that you don't want fabric on your forearms - take your jacket off. I'll admit it though, I think its easier to do a "buttoned up" and clean look like I try for most days than it is to do a more nonchalant look as successfully. Basically its because people can tell when you're trying to look like you didn't give it any thought, when you obviously did.
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