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Originally Posted by JKISSI View Post
Early morn post .. PG nice man simple kixsfl dope my brother , see your footwear is up there now !



Did a post on Madras on Street Etiquette , feel free to comment on it guys would appreciate.

Uniqlo
J.Crew Madras Patchwork pants
Topman denim tie
Uniqlo belt
Clarks

*If anything I would roll the pants down one more time on each leg to make it look nothing like or close to shorts! lol

I've always enjoyed your outfits because you show how one can look spectacular without having to take out a second mortgage. However, my only beef with this outfit is, and maybe its just the fit on the boots...but they seem WAY too big for your feet.
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I'm not a big fan of the bottom half at all. Those pants are rolled up so much that they look like madras cargo shorts. I also agree with the comment made about the Wallabees; they're too clunky for what seems to be slim fitting everywhere else.
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Robbie, great photo.
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vashin, what eg jacket is that?
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JKISSI, I like the madras, but I wouldn't roll them quite as high. At first I thought they were capri pants.
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JKISSI, jesus christ your style is amazing. I'm looking to you for inspiration once I get into my later 20s.
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Originally Posted by wagthesam View Post
JKISSI, jesus christ your style is amazing.

I'm looking to you for inspiration once I get into my later 20s.


How is his stuff not wearable for 16-22 year olds?
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Originally Posted by ToruOkada View Post
vashin, what eg jacket is that?

SS07 madras bedford It hink
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Julius
H&M
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Bondage Chair
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Originally Posted by youalreadyknow View Post
jkissi, the bottom looks too "chunky" to me. It might be the angle of the pic that make the pants look baggy though...
I explained this a lot on the site and everything the bottoms were a 2nd choice to chestnut suede desert boots from j.crew i needed something to replace
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Originally Posted by acconrad View Post
I've always enjoyed your outfits because you show how one can look spectacular without having to take out a second mortgage. However, my only beef with this outfit is, and maybe its just the fit on the boots...but they seem WAY too big for your feet.
Thanks man that seems to be everyones beef, the wallys too big on the proportions , I mean I still like it though lol
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Originally Posted by itsjustadrian View Post
I'm not a big fan of the bottom half at all. Those pants are rolled up so much that they look like madras cargo shorts. I also agree with the comment made about the Wallabees; they're too clunky for what seems to be slim fitting everywhere else.
Yes.. Yes.. wallys are clunky shoes your right on that ,
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JKISSI, I like the madras, but I wouldn't roll them quite as high. At first I thought they were capri pants.
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Originally Posted by wagthesam View Post
JKISSI, jesus christ your style is amazing. I'm looking to you for inspiration once I get into my later 20s.
thanks brother I'm only 20 man just turned 20 matter of fact lol
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How is his stuff not wearable for 16-22 year olds?
puzzles me also lol Like to hear the feedback on this one , as some of you can tell I get bored with the same routine traditional so I try to just do things that come to mind, not really scared of the feedback but more interested in what have to say , the overall purpose of this thread I guess lol Good looks on the feedback guys
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i think roll the pants down more or slight pinroll so they look more cropped. Would synch up the silhouette a bit which i think would work better with the larger shoes. you still got more swagz than 90% of the dudes on here Kissi as for my fit... thanks for the comments. i didnt realize how low the pants were until I saw the pics on here... should've been higher... more leg... I was hot as fuck... it was like 98 yesterday. Would have probably helped.
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I think that most anyone could dress like that, just depending on what they were doing. For walking around a city, or perhaps a college student going to class, that would be fine (though obviously would stand out on a campus).

The only way that I see such a style as not fitting on someone around 16-20 is if they're hanging around with a bunch of skater/surfer styled friends, though even then a few small adjustments could make it fitting, such as taking off the tie and unbuttoning the shirt a bit; perhaps switching the wallabees for chucks or some form of solid white or black sneakers.
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Originally Posted by kixslf View Post
i think roll the pants down more or slight pinroll so they look more cropped. Would synch up the silhouette a bit which i think would work better with the larger shoes.

you still got more swagz than 90% of the dudes on here Kissi

as for my fit... thanks for the comments.

i didnt realize how low the pants were until I saw the pics on here... should've been higher... more leg... I was hot as fuck... it was like 98 yesterday. Would have probably helped.

^^Yeah, but its going to be fucking worse Monday-Wednesday
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^^Yeah, but its going to be fucking worse Monday-Wednesday

I think three days of 90+ in Seattle is the second or third sign of the apocalypse. I can't remember which.
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holycrap @ JKISSI being just 20. never seen someone have it down quite so early on
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