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Tie needs to be lost.

I agree and have done so.
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Sorry for the shitty quality...I think this would look better with chocolate dessert boots like PinkPanster's. EDIT: Afterthought texture shot!
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Your best fit... though it must hot as hell.
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Nah, I'm back in Maryland, it's a cool rainy 48 right now, I think. I guess this is the most SF approved thing I've ever posted. Thanks though.
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Really nice Andrew. Nothing wrong with a well fitting, 'sf-approved' outfit.

Justin, your hair looks fly. Not skunky at all.
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^ Again, great fit, ARW. What are the pieces, if you don't mind sharing?
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In the theme of March, going outside of my comfort zone with the cuff on the jeans. CDW Shirt Jacket WWM Chambray RG "The Times" tee Tanner SExSC06 W+H Dayton Boots EG Herringbone scarf
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That pictures looks really good. A friend take that? Did carla dye her hair black with blonde streaks or something as it's hard to tell
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It's from the Rick Owens store today. Yes after I went black she went blonde.
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Yea, i peeped the other pictures from the shoot and was able to see better. Both of your new hairdoos look nice
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As a skinny guy, when I am trying to look 'like a man' I usually go with a baggier shirt rather then my usual fit (so I don't get accused of being some sissy girly boy, i.e. most of my wardrobe) Is there any other way to achieve this look but with a better fit? Obviously there are times we all want to be able to 'fit in' with the blue collar type look
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Originally Posted by Cavalier View Post
As a skinny guy, when I am trying to look 'like a man' I usually go with a baggier shirt rather then my usual fit (so I don't get accused of being some sissy girly boy, i.e. most of my wardrobe)

Is there any other way to achieve this look but with a better fit? Obviously there are times we all want to be able to 'fit in' with the blue collar type look

I think your shotgun is the perfect accessory for that.
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I think your shotgun is the perfect accessory for that.

I wish it was mine Being a city person, I enjoy pretending to be a manly man every once in a while. I have a romantic notion of the lumber jack/americana lifestyle
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