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post #101836 of 115959
hmm, bdubs, I don't see that shirt working here.
post #101837 of 115959
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 #101838 of 115959
Thanks breezy
post #101839 of 115959
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 #101840 of 115959
I hate cardigans, they never fall right on me, especially buttoned, yet they help cover up a wrinkled shirt.

post #101841 of 115959
Quote:
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 #101842 of 115959
Didn't read all critiques but shawl needs less structured fit and tapered pants. And not vans.
post #101843 of 115959
those vans are awesome - I want them. if they're like not much more than regular vans.
post #101844 of 115959
What's different about them? Are they wool?
post #101845 of 115959
suede and regular leather. one is the front upper suede and back leather and the inverse for the other foot...kinda gimmicky but I like. eg x vans
post #101846 of 115959
they're like $85 but all sold out at this point.
post #101847 of 115959

Look stocky as fuuuuck

 


 

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What I wore to the supermarket––rest of the day was without jacket.

 

Devoa/VA/???/Silent/KKA/Addison frontzips from 1977 thanks Ghostface!

 

Fit could probably use less chunky boots and a little more volume up top... Scarf or something. Been realizing that slim, shorter jackets don't work quite as well for me as giant man-eating parkas do...

post #101848 of 115959

Wow..i took a few pics and then looked at the fits above..my fits look so much worse..but comments appreciated on how I can improve..For some reason what looked to me by eye..looked bad on the camera..maybe because of teh lightning and stuff...bought the red shirt and white slim fit chinos from Jcpenny...limited college budget and all..

threw out all my bad clothes and trying to build a wardrobe..nothing too fancy...

 

post #101849 of 115959

more fancy pants today

 

photo prkr926_zps00bdc1c6.jpg

 

piombo balzer

dries tee

united arrows print pents

raf gunboats


Edited by Parker - 9/26/13 at 7:47pm
post #101850 of 115959

 

Epaulet suit

ModernTailor shirt

Arnold of Verona tie

Loake shoes

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