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post #48226 of 57266
find brands with boxier fits (Brooks Bros, uniqlo non-slim fit) and get it tailored or just say #yolo and let your gainz show without a cinched waist.
post #48227 of 57266
Time to go full yohji/cdgh+ concept.
post #48228 of 57266
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Pretty ironic how lifting makes you look worse.

I don't know what you or any of you other guys are doing.

I look good in my clothing.
post #48229 of 57266
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post
 

Pretty ironic how lifting makes you look worse.

 

Stop trying to dress like a waif ;)

 

I wore a suit for the first time in a while on friday and it looked and felt awesome. 

post #48230 of 57266
What I obviously meant is that some clothes don't look as good as they used to and that I have to think more about which cuts will work. That does not mean that all clothes look bad, but rather that I have to considerate in my choices. Basically what your guide for dressing swole guys say.
Edited by conceptionist - 10/14/14 at 7:49am
post #48231 of 57266
I've been wearing baggy jeans for most of this year, bought a slim straight cut and they feel so damn tight but that look like regular straight jeans. Just use to that comfy baggy jeans.
post #48232 of 57266
I definitely think a more athletic, muscular look can look great. If you can pull off Tom Ford, do it.

The waif look is more SF, but it's waning. I see a lot more of the baggy, or rather boxy look these days.
post #48233 of 57266
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

What I obviously meant is that some clothes don't look as good as they used to and that I have to think more about which cuts will work. That does not mean that all clothes look bad, but rather that I have to considerate in my choices. Basically what your guide for dressing swole guys say.

 

So what you're saying is that you've grown? Lol. I'm sorry to hear that!

post #48234 of 57266
I like PRL/preppy looks in general. I know it's not popular on SF but i think it looks great on me.
post #48235 of 57266
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

So what you're saying is that you've grown? Lol. I'm sorry to hear that!

Haha, yeah that was my point and imo the irony of it all. Maybe it sounds stupid. It just struck me one day that some things didn't look as good as they used to.
post #48236 of 57266
I should start posting fit pics here.
post #48237 of 57266
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

I should start posting fit pics here.


Do it!

post #48238 of 57266
Drapey vests, skin tight jeans and adidas gazelles every day. If you actually look like you lift I don't see why you would cover it.
post #48239 of 57266
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post


Haha, yeah that was my point and imo the irony of it all. Maybe it sounds stupid. It just struck me one day that some things didn't look as good as they used to.

 

I know that feel. I was a 36 before I started lifting. I quickly outgrew my 38's soon after. I'm out 3+ suits and like 5 SC's and a bunch of shirts and jackets. It was definitely pricey, but this is what I wore to a talk I gave in texas on friday.

 

 

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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

I should start posting fit pics here.

 

Please do. 

post #48240 of 57266

Ugh links wouldn't work. Take 2:

 

 

 

 

 

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