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post #84316 of 109053
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

Thanks for the recs.

I didn't want to put strict criteria on it b/c I'm interested in things beyond what I could/would actually wear myself, but for me,

-They'd pretty much need some sort of fly to avoid obvious penis
-Prefer elastic or otherwise adjustable cuff
-They need to be proportioned so a L/34-ish waist isn't wild long. I actually had a pair of Tim Coppens that were real cool but to get to a waist that would fit me the length was cut for 6'2" guys and I'm 5'10" and wear a 30 or 31 inseam.

are you saying you have a large penis?
post #84317 of 109053
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

My experiences were in America. Happens with cars too.

you're doing it wrong. guy who shows up dressed well to buy a car is the one trying to look like he has the money to buy the car; guy who shows up in sweats and DGAF, is the one with the money.

I've showed up in boots and a hoodie for a test drive at bmw/audi and service was fine
post #84318 of 109053

yeah why would you ever want to look like you have the money to pay the sticker price?

 

you should look like someone who is a potential sale, but one they're going to have to make a deal to get.

post #84319 of 109053
i show up naked and say i'm looking for a car to wear tonight
post #84320 of 109053
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

are you saying you have a large penis?

Don't we all fistbump.gif
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post #84322 of 109053
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Originally Posted by TWorksheets View Post

No offense, but since when are mens store models attractive? Runway models are the attractive ones.

Doesn't everyone aspire to look like the Forward model with the forehead tattoo?
post #84323 of 109053
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Originally Posted by superego View Post

you're doing it wrong. guy who shows up dressed well to buy a car is the one trying to look like he has the money to buy the car; guy who shows up in sweats and DGAF, is the one with the money.

Especially so out here in techdork land.

If you are selling cars, the guy you want to see on your lot is wearing techdork fleece vest, floppy jeans, heinous sneakers, and id badge attached by tether to belt loop but no belt. If you see someone in a suit, tell him to beat it or you will call security.
post #84324 of 109053

I know I'm hardly the most up-to-date guy, but where has Suzuki Daiki been all my life? Damn, Engineered Garments' stuff is nice...

post #84325 of 109053
Isaora always has that crazy deal on their official website, except it only makes me skeptical of their quality. Not to mention their fit is quite wonky :/
post #84326 of 109053
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

I know I'm hardly the most up-to-date guy, but where has Suzuki Daiki been all my life? Damn, Engineered Garments' stuff is nice...

Whenever I see a cool EG fit or someone mentions it here, I return to context's selection only to be reminded that the brand isn't made for tall weedy dudes. Boo
post #84327 of 109053
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

I know I'm hardly the most up-to-date guy, but where has Suzuki Daiki been all my life? Damn, Engineered Garments' stuff is nice...

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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Whenever I see a cool EG fit or someone mentions it here, I return to context's selection only to be reminded that the brand isn't made for tall weedy dudes. Boo

EG is one of those things I've admired from afar thus far...tried a couple of the workshirts last fw and just ended up looking like the fanciest hobo on the block.

anti-fit isn't for everyone, but I think anti-fit coupled with wide shoulders = hobo-fit

against my better judgement, have my eye on the shoulder cape, and a couple of other jackets this season though
post #84328 of 109053
someone buy my floral bucket
post #84329 of 109053
I had a vision of a pair of textured (either a very subtle pattern and/or weave of the fabric) black trousers, likely in wool or cotton...anyone seen anything like this?
post #84330 of 109053

No.  Textured black trousers do not exist, never have existed, and will never exist.

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