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post #101821 of 117668
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Originally Posted by ghdvfddzgzdzg View Post


Here's why I'm thinking it's not working, because the styling shot is weird but not awful--it could be used reasonably.
the styling shot is different from how you're doing in the following, important ways:
the pants in the styling shot are weirder, more (seemingly) haphazard on the boot shaft, not half-cuffed.
The predistressed denim might be OK if your shirt matched up w/ the vibe.

An outfit idea (not perfect, but a little more coherent):
those boots+jeans without cuffing (you can keep trying the bizarro half-on-half-off attempt), scoop-neck tee (a lazy answer but it's what I can come up with at short notice), weird blazer or cardigan (maybe that long cardigan that's all the rage these days)

what's the rest of that styling shot?

edit: oh. no thanks (Click to show)
 

As soon as I left home, I wished I'd thrown on a scoop under the shirt.  Went home, threw one on, got a better angle.  Improved at all?  Definitely hear you on the weird blazer or cardigan look meshing better though.

 

 

post #101822 of 117668
I can't even comprehend how good that kg fit is, one of the best IMO
post #101823 of 117668
I can't even comprehend how good that barrettdudley fit is, one of the best IMO
post #101824 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Ken P View Post

Gorgeous fit Parker. I was eyeing those Junya jeans on eBay for myself.

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


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Persol
EG
Vintage J.Press
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EG
EG x Vans

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post #101825 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

I can't even comprehend how good that barrettdudley fit is, one of the best IMO

 

any constructive criticism you want to add on top of the snark?

post #101826 of 117668
No
post #101827 of 117668
hmm, bdubs, I don't see that shirt working here.
post #101828 of 117668
Moo always so helpful and consistently delivering the funnies.

bduds - basically those jeans are too tight for those shoes...bows has a good fit with jodhpurs and skinny raw denim , but I think the leg opening on yours is just not conducive to it...

simply wear wider legged pants with those boots. or get sleeker boots of same ilk, or chelseas, or side zips.

but with your current work weary aesthetic, why not stick to work boots that aren't aactually meant for working à la w+h daytons or someshit
post #101829 of 117668
Thanks breezy
post #101830 of 117668
Margiela knit, so good
Patterned shirt, so good
Slim bottom half, so good


Ken p, like that shawl but yeah, breezys got some good advice icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #101831 of 117668
I hate cardigans, they never fall right on me, especially buttoned, yet they help cover up a wrinkled shirt.

post #101832 of 117668
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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

Moo always so helpful and consistently delivering the funnies.

bduds - basically those jeans are too tight for those shoes...bows has a good fit with jodhpurs and skinny raw denim , but I think the leg opening on yours is just not conducive to it...

simply wear wider legged pants with those boots. or get sleeker boots of same ilk, or chelseas, or side zips.

but with your current work weary aesthetic, why not stick to work boots that aren't aactually meant for working à la w+h daytons or someshit

 

Thanks for the feedback. I definitely have boots that would make the fit more cohesive. I particularly love the boots in the pic though, and I've been trying to put together fits that work with them. I will come up with something else, and stick to a more classic boot for the workwear looks.

post #101833 of 117668
Didn't read all critiques but shawl needs less structured fit and tapered pants. And not vans.
post #101834 of 117668
those vans are awesome - I want them. if they're like not much more than regular vans.
post #101835 of 117668
What's different about them? Are they wool?
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