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new farinelli swag

BBlessing/Splendid Mills

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^^jo3b. yeah, its not the kind of shirts i would wear but i think the shirt is fine. Some brands like apc and acne have similar shirts like that with a relaxed and roomy cut.
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Man, we could have fun with PG esque lifestyle shots of Brisbane.

Wynnum Boyz.

For Life.

I don't think Wynnum Central cafe has the same pizazz as the one PG frequents

Also, there is the ever-present risk of being bashed by ninth graders from Wynnum North State High.
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This. stick white boy

hey i'm a white boy, i got cakes!!!
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still breaking in the genes...


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hi, this shirt seems to be a perfect sleeve length, sits just a TAD to low on the shoulder seams, and doesn't have anywhere near an overly billowy body. just because it does not fit like a band of outsider's shirt does not mean it does not fit. please keep this and just work on developing a style. wtf.
I agree. The shoulders and the sleeves look great. The chest and stomach are in no way tent-like. I would tuck it in since it is a little long. I am also skinny, especially in the shoulders. I've found that finding shirts with the correct shoulder/chest ratio is the key. For example, a Wings and Horns medium has 17in shoulders and a 41in chest, which fits great. But a Band of Outsiders medium has 18 - 18.5in shoulders and a 19.5in chest which is too big in the shoulders for me. Could you post another pic with the shirt tucked in, a v-neck or no undershirt, and shoes?
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i'm a college student, so i don't have the money to get each of my shirts tailored thanks dude, any brands you recommend?
I'am skinny too and have same problem of finding a good fitting shirt. I'd recommend looking for it in Zara, Topman and H&M, these are not expensive brands. Just my 5 cents.
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victory
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Originally Posted by JO3B View Post
hi, this shirt seems to be a perfect sleeve length, sits just a TAD to low on the shoulder seams, and doesn't have anywhere near an overly billowy body. just because it does not fit like a band of outsider's shirt does not mean it does not fit. please keep this and just work on developing a style. wtf.
Yeah I don't think there's an issue with the fit of the shirt, personally I don't really like the cut but tailoring it would be like hotting up a '79 Mazda 323, behind it all it's still crap. I really think the shoulders make it or break it, if the shoulder seams were sitting just right I bet the relaxed fit would come across as much more intentional than sloppy. Shoulder seams are also the only part of a shirt which you can't really alter (unless you're happy paying through the teeth and restructuring the whole shirt, it's more effort than its worth). An idea is to go out and try as many casual button downs as you can without buying anything and take photos in the change rooms of each fit (ala wmmk), or keep a mental note of what looks best to you, then by the end of it you can make an educated decision on buying your next shirt.
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PG type extra shots Lunch at Zunzi's in savannah 2 of my 3 plate's at DC brunch (was unreal full) Maître d' at brunch Being tourists in DC koto chambray corpus tshirt april77 khakis beat up navy sperrys (no vis)
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nice neck beard ^^
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I just shaved it this morning. I miss it
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It's varies from person to person (how skinny you are, how much you're willing to pay, where you live, etc), so that's a incredibly difficult question to answer.

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hi,

this shirt seems to be a perfect sleeve length, sits just a TAD to low on the shoulder seams, and doesn't have anywhere near an overly billowy body.

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I agree. The shoulders and the sleeves look great. The chest and stomach are in no way tent-like. I would tuck it in since it is a little long.

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Yeah I don't think there's an issue with the fit of the shirt, personally I don't really like the cut but tailoring it would be like hotting up a '79 Mazda 323, behind it all it's still crap.

wow, thank you everyone for the feedback
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Scouting out new places for WAYWT shots in my condo--then doing some grunt work. Boring and probably not worthy of a post, but its what I'm wearing so whatev. Rogues Gallery Tanner SExDBxS09 The Hill Side LL Bean
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