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post #53011 of 57260
just get suits with a soft shoulder and you'll be fine.
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Soft shoulders + extended silhouette ex: Attolini + bespoke shirting = you can still kinda look like you lift

post #53013 of 57260
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

just get suits with a soft shoulder and you'll be fine.

soft shoulder = less padding?
post #53014 of 57260
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Yup sad truth. You can either look sharp in a suit but look dainty in your cropped sweatpants at the gym. Or look like a wrapped sausage in a suit or a boss in the gym. The secret is freeing yourself from #menswear. Or be like me and look shitty in both.
Idk I don't think I look that bad in a suit and I'm a muscle bound Manlet
post #53015 of 57260
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

^ speaking of arms. Back in highschool when I was looking at bodybuilding programs a lot of them had arms day same day as legs. So it was like Sunday - Legs / Arms, Tuesday - Shoulders / Tris, Thursday - Back / Bis, Saturday - Bench. I was thinking of doing something like this, I could cruise for awhile on the muscle I've built in my legs powerliftings. My biceps are a little over 15" flexed, I'd really like to see 16" at same bodyweight in like 8 months or so.

On another note, I was kidding myself thinking I'll do a strength cycle mixed in sometimes with bodybuilding. High volume is just too fun and my body feels amazing after doing that then cardio. In Arnolds book it says to sprinkle in some heavy days, but I just dont see the point.

 

Why don't you just do a couple of sets for biceps and triceps at the end of every session?

 

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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

That sad day that you realize you are far more aesthetic in your workout clothes than regular clothes.

Yup. Looked way better at 175 than now. Some silhouettes don't work at all anymore, and big quads only look good at the beach or in the gym.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post


Its not that bad. Your clothes shouldnt be tight enough to where people can see your shoulder/glute striations anyway. As long as my pants fit good, stomach is flat and sleeves hug the guns Im OK in clothes. I do want more detail and bigger arms tho

 

The proportions get all messed up when you look like you lift. Too wide and broad shouldered.

Cant really layer the same way either.

 

I've personally found that MC is most flattering. Higher waisted trousers and oxford shirts and I barely look like I lift.

post #53016 of 57260
There are high waisted streetwear pants. lots of loose fit streetwear stuff.

Just forget about jeans.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

There are high waisted streetwear pants. lots of loose fit streetwear stuff.

Just forget about jeans.

 

Um high waisted internal pleated denim obvi

post #53018 of 57260
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Um high waisted internal pleated denim obvi

I actually saw some at the Other Shop that I was thinking of trying out.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post


I actually saw some at the Other Shop that I was thinking of trying out.

 

I was making a joke and now I'm just really sad that something like this exists that wasn't a bastard child of someone with too much time, money, and luxire access.

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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

I was making a joke and now I'm just really sad that something like this exists that wasn't a bastard child of someone with too much time, money, and luxire access.

http://www.other-shop.com/other-man-edward-pleat-denim-trouser.html

Looks pretty cool IMO
post #53021 of 57260
Stretch medium rise chinos pls.
post #53022 of 57260
No chinos ever kthanks.
post #53023 of 57260
Yea, chinos so middle management. And goodluck finding something which doesn't have giant pocket flare.
post #53024 of 57260
What are people doing for non suit/non denim pants then? I bought some V Ave pants from Charly... they are chinos with a weird but good cut, roomy crotch with a taper. Something between those and middle management Dockers chinos would be nice.
post #53025 of 57260
Epaulet rivet chinos
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