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I used to wear timbs with a&f cargos and hilfiger polos in the 90s
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Gorgeous fit Parker. I was eyeing those Junya jeans on eBay for myself.
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Not all areas of the world are the same you know that right? Come down to lowell mass and see how many are wearing it. I admit massachusetts is behind on anything related to fashion.

Ive yet to see loue or givenchy in person this is how it is in this state. Even going to boston on the regular.

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crosswound, you're in Lowell!? you've gotta be the closest living SFer to me.

I'm part of the MA club too. Boston, here!


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i live in the Berkshires (western mass)
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What the hell am I pointing at? Better question. What the hell am I wearing?

 

(Also, Boston is awesome.)

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ken p frown.gif. cool shoes and poncho thing but execution fail. it's mainly the pants too stiff and tube legged. are they corduroy? if you want to maintain that general silhouette I think lighter weight woolen pants with slight taper but still wide legged and rolled up would work better. can't tell fabric of sport jacket but I think a slouchy pullover would look nicer. also the colour of the pants is frown.gif. I don'think you're far off, though.


sry phone grmr
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ken p frown.gif. cool shoes and poncho thing but execution fail. it's mainly the pants too stiff and tube legged. are they corduroy? if you want to maintain that general silhouette I think lighter weight woolen pants with slight taper but still wide legged and rolled up would work better. can't tell fabric of sport jacket but I think a slouchy pullover would look nicer. also the colour of the pants is frown.gif. I don'think you're far off, though.


sry phone grmr

Pants are a heavy canvas material but I can see what you are saying. Any example of a pant you are thinking of? Are you thinking wool for texture or drape? Sport coat material is a heavy flannel. I have paired the shawl with a slouchy pull-over and it does look good. Will photograph next time I do.
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It feels like only yesterday that I was in Med-fuhd #bostontalk
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yo ken i want to like it so hard, but i agree that the khaki pants kind of stand out, need some grey or brown wool. also, i think you need a more aggressive hair style if you're going to be rocking a shawl. in general i'm jealous as fuq of your wardrobe though man.
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yo ken i want to like it so hard, but i agree that the khaki pants kind of stand out, need some grey or brown wool. also, i think you need a more aggressive hair style if you're going to be rocking a shawl. in general i'm jealous as fuq of your wardrobe though man.

Pants are olive but yeah I'll have to try some wool pants. I have a pair of brown flannels that I will break out once it starts to cool down. I'm working on growing out my hair. Thanks man!
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Dude... what happened to your jeans here? That's the most unfortunate tuck/half-tuck I've ever seen. frown.gif
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Pants are a heavy canvas material but I can see what you are saying. Any example of a pant you are thinking of? Are you thinking wool for texture or drape? Sport coat material is a heavy flannel. I have paired the shawl with a slouchy pull-over and it does look good. Will photograph next time I do.

re pants: I personally would choose a lighter to mid grey (heather ish) wool pant. like tropical wool for drape and texture so it flows a little...or maybe heavier but not stiff so you can wear for winter. eg, nonnative, needles etc - brands you already like - all make pants like that I'm sure. could even go cropped nonnative pants with heavy socks and those vans. for the top - I'd go for like a fuzzy mohair pullover in like navy to slightly lighter blue. but that completely changes your outfit :P - am forming it with shoes and shawl. your nonnative robe thing might work with that... dif pants tho for sure.
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SVB, were you in a desert or something?
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Dude... what happened to your jeans here? That's the most unfortunate tuck/half-tuck I've ever seen. frown.gif

 

Well...  hah, it's the boot actually.  A regular slim jean won't really go over the boot, and I feel like a douche if I go full tuck so I've kind of been letting the hem of the jeans fall where they may.

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