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post #7726 of 21557


APC, Tailorstore, vintage, Dockers, Converse, KuK, O&W/Breitling

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May be the jacket is too tight in this one, and also not feeling the cuff on the jeans with driving mocs.
post #7728 of 21557
wmmk, def. your best fit! Like ARW, I don't mind the length at all and I think it looks good.
post #7729 of 21557
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Originally Posted by Prada_Ferragamo View Post
May be the jacket is too tight in this one, and also not feeling the cuff on the jeans with driving mocs.
The jacket is too tight and too short.
post #7730 of 21557
just spent the last half hour going through the various fits people have posted over the past weeks. personally, i noticed a shift away from the traditional raw denim / workwear vibe to a dressier look, which i think is a welcome change here on SF. i really enjoyed seeing singular, PG, and berlin report consistently pull out fits that are head and shoulders above everyone else– ones that make you stop, look, and think "damn that was awesome". as for me, i just started a new job working in finance so no more ninja steez here haha :/
post #7731 of 21557
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Originally Posted by pinoy View Post
personally, i noticed a shift away from the traditional raw denim / workwear vibe to a dressier look, which i think is a welcome change here on SF. i really enjoyed seeing singular, PG, and berlin report consistently pull out fits that are head and shoulders above everyone else- ones that make you stop, look, and think "damn that was awesome".

Yes, very good to see this. Dressier and interesting yet not stuffy, which is harder to achieve than it looks. Jeans every day = yawn.
post #7732 of 21557
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Why not? You are one. In this Forum you claim
a) you live on Central Park West
b) that your parent's live between NYC and Milan
c) that you are 20 years old
d) you a full-time student at Columbia
e) etc etc

In another Forum you state
a) both your parent's are deceased
b) you live in Beverly Hills and Malibu
c) you are 24 years old
d) you run a multi-national corporation
e) etc etc

Nobody gives a shit about him anyway.
post #7733 of 21557
faux-tuck honestly not intentional

engineered garments
unconditional
folk
shofolk
post #7734 of 21557
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Originally Posted by pinoy View Post
just spent the last half hour going through the various fits people have posted over the past weeks.

personally, i noticed a shift away from the traditional raw denim / workwear vibe to a dressier look, which i think is a welcome change here on SF. i really enjoyed seeing singular, PG, and berlin report consistently pull out fits that are head and shoulders above everyone else- ones that make you stop, look, and think "damn that was awesome".

as for me, i just started a new job working in finance so no more ninja steez here haha :/
Thank you, Pinoy. Ah, we will miss the ninja but looking forward to razor-sharp suit fits from you soon!
post #7735 of 21557
Nice br.
post #7736 of 21557
thanks v!
post #7737 of 21557
Awesome BR, good use of neutral tones and relaxed fit in the pantalones. Also really digging that layered shirt piece, looks nice and comfy.
post #7738 of 21557
some crappy pics, feel free to fire away........plaid linen shirt, BB shorts cuffed and AF1........not exactly a styleforum approved combo, but anyway........
LL
post #7739 of 21557
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Originally Posted by berlin report View Post
faux-tuck honestly not intentional

engineered garments
unconditional
folk
shofolk

Worthy of a repost. Dude, the best part about you is you make it look SOOOO easy.
post #7740 of 21557
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Originally Posted by Prada_Ferragamo View Post
http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii92/rgrossicone/IMG_6863.jpg

May be the jacket is too tight in this one, and also not feeling the cuff on the jeans with driving mocs.

Yeah also not into the shirt tail with the sports coat, looks sloppy. Some of your others were pretty goood though.
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