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anyone have the pics now i want to see

http://the-bigwig.blogspot.com/

it is in polish i guess
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Ken P I feel like you wear EG and those kind of brands in a way that's pretty unoffensive but also pretty bland. I found a bunch of old pictures of me from my EG days and though I had some cool pieces I definitely styled it in a super safe way––blazer, untucked shirt, slim jeans, work boots, etc. I looked... good? I don't know, EG is kind of workwear yohji so I think it's best styled that way. Looser everything, cool shapes, weird footwear, soft, worn in... That's the brand at its best, at least in my opinion. Grow out that hair and embrace the funkiness. Or not

Yeah agree that Ken P's latest is very non-committal. Mix of several elements that don't really go together. Shirt sleeves too long (like 3" of linen?), loose EG blazer, but doesn't feel intentional. White sneakers for some reason. Feel like a lot of the "I'm somewhere between menswear and workwear" fits fall into this trap. Funky hair and boots could definitely help but...
Edited by meso - 8/25/13 at 10:48pm
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http://the-bigwig.blogspot.com/

it is in polish i guess

the man loves pockets what can i say
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Thanks Stiches, canstyleace.

@ B!CD and who: agreed about the tee.. I was hoping that the colour blocked tank would offer some (visual interest) but...
@koy I did try them on with slim apc ps and they were fine too smile.gif but went for comfort in the end..

Casey I know what youre aiming for but I don't think the tee and shirt are getting you there. might need sth like an acne Granville linen type tee. And either like what snow suggested, a sheer/light shirt.. like those from Ann d, or maybe a loose linen shirt would still work better than a cotton ocbd.
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Originally Posted by penanceroyaltea View Post

Casey I know what youre aiming for but I don't think the tee and shirt are getting you there. might need sth like an acne Granville linen type tee. And either like what snow suggested, a sheer/light shirt.. like those from Ann d, or maybe a loose linen shirt would still work better than a cotton ocbd.

Thanks. You guys are right that it needs something looser and lighter and drapier as a top layer. I'll be looking around.
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Eh. Nice pieces but that fit is a good way to make about 5k worth of clothing look pretty bland. 

Also, stellar fits solargarden.

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Originally Posted by spacepope View Post

solargarden I really like both of those

Ken P I feel like you wear EG and those kind of brands in a way that's pretty unoffensive but also pretty bland. I found a bunch of old pictures of me from my EG days and though I had some cool pieces I definitely styled it in a super safe way––blazer, untucked shirt, slim jeans, work boots, etc. I looked... good? I don't know, EG is kind of workwear yohji so I think it's best styled that way. Looser everything, cool shapes, weird footwear, soft, worn in... That's the brand at its best, at least in my opinion. Grow out that hair and embrace the funkiness. Or not
Thanks for the feedback. Yeah I was reluctant to post this fit because as you said it's simply "inoffensive". I think I'm interested in the more funky side of EG styling but at the time I am still trying to fill out my wardrobe. Funny you should mention hair I've actually really been considering growing it out.
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Hey Ken! What sort of stuff do you like? That fit is uninteresting but inoffensive. Nothing wrong if thats what you like but if you wan't feedback it might help to know. In the end though just experimenting and trying different things out is really the best biggrin.gif
I mean I really love EG but I'm not committed to the workwear aesthetic- I simply like the looser fit, fabrics, prints. I think I really like Tween/4est fits and I really like how Tworksheets dresses- obviously not trying to "bite" but that may help you understand what I would like to go for. As I said though, still building my wardrobe and trying to be smarter with what I purchase.
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Originally Posted by meso View Post

Yeah agree that Ken P's latest is very non-committal. Mix of several elements that don't really go together. Shirt sleeves too long (like 3" of linen?), loose EG blazer, but doesn't feel intentional. White sneakers for some reason. Feel like a lot of the "I'm somewhere between menswear and workwear" fits fall into this trap. Funky hair and boots could definitely help but...
Yeah I definitely see what your saying. Slim jeans/white sneakers may have not been the best pairing with the bedford as it is a bit incongruous.
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Sorry for THAT TOJ pic ripoff hurhur. (Click to show)

colours are accurate in the bottom pic.

Recent purchase: acne roc vintage light. 

 

i should get them hemmed right..? 

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I don't mind the staxxx. What's the jacket?

chiggah, yeah some people will say it's safe, but I dig it. At least you have the pieces to do something crazy if you ever feel inclined.
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Liking the light wash denim penance. I've been considering some myself but unsure what the best choice is.

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http://the-bigwig.blogspot.com/
it is in polish i guess

poor fella, no love in MC or SWD.
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