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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post

Stanley, what's that fun-looking aerial photo poster all about?

meant to edit prev post

 

It's from a landslide case I've been working on since 2008. It made the news:

 

http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=news/local&id=5949527

 

Case is settled but technically still ongoing so I won't comment further, but the article gives some information and there is a video. My clients are the ones whose house split in half.

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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Stitches, good fit, and I'll echo everyone else saying those are certainly your best shoes (hate elongated toe dress shoes). Only thing is the jacket is slightly shapeless, could maybe be taken in slightly at the waist and through the arms

thanks, reedo.

i know that my elongated/aggressive lasted shoes are not loved here. heck, even in MC they are not quite fan favorites. if i was 6 feet tall, more slender, and had a size 10 shoe, not size 12, they would probably be less bothersome. but what can i say, i like them. even to my own detriment. glad though that peeps are appreciating these rounder lasted shoes on me. sadly, its the only pair i have at the moment, so i hope ya'll don't get sick of seeing them.

the jacket is a little "flat" and it bothers me a little, but as it gets colder i will be wearing it over a sweater. and if i slim it, it will be too snug to wear over a thick sweater. i also think the sleeves need a little shortening.
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I've liked most of your shoes but shoe size/overall size does have an impact on how they look. Im lucky to be size 42 since im 5 10. However you still look better than most people so icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Alright I'm going to be the bad guy for a minute here

 

candrew, I know you've got nice things and good style, but this is a miss.  You can't be having a boot tuck with heavy boots and a tiny blazer, it's just not working.  Once it gets colder and you can throw on some bigger coat over that it will be unstoppable though, so there's always that.

 

 

Stitches, you already said it but your coat looks a little "flat" and that's not so much the problem as it is that I think for pea coats you really need to wear them with some kind of scarf tucked in.  Laying flat against your chest with a regular shirt collar poking out just looks off, but some colder weather and a scarf will fix that up.

 

 

Stanley, that royal blue color looks really good on you, but really bad with that leather jacket.

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

First outerwear fit of the season. YAY!





  Visually interesting fabrics and close ups!! (Click to show)




So effortlessly dope.  I'm jealous.

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Originally Posted by ImaPro View Post

I've liked most of your shoes but shoe size/overall size does have an impact on how they look. Im lucky to be size 42 since im 5 10. However you still look better than most people so icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

thanks, man. kind of you to say that.
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Originally Posted by conceptual 4est View Post

Alright I'm going to be the bad guy for a minute here
Stitches, you already said it but your coat looks a little "flat" and that's not so much the problem as it is that I think for pea coats you really need to wear them with some kind of scarf tucked in.  Laying flat against your chest with a regular shirt collar poking out just looks off, but some colder weather and a scarf will fix that up.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

no, but seriously, thanks for the feedback. its good that you are honest about it. i agree with ya, but it wasnt cold enough for any more layering and i was jonesing to wear this.

i dont wear scarfs tho peepwall[1].gif but i think a sweater will accomplish the goal just as well. like a new inis sweater perhaps.

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Originally Posted by darkmatter7 View Post

So effortlessly dope.  I'm jealous.

thanks! no need for jelly tho. im just a...

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Originally Posted by VitaTimH View Post

Oh man I thought noob was the only other active member from TX. haha.

Texas grad here as well.  Still live in Austin.

 

And Noctone, I fully expect Baylor to beat us by 70.

 

Not looking forward to another beatdown at the hands of OU this Saturday either.

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stitches that house behind you looks exactly like my grandparents house

that burned down in a house fire.

strange.



on topic, though, great fit and I like the shoes a lot. agree on the coat being a tad flat
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of course the coat is flat. it's a photograph. if you met him in person you'd see that it is, in fact, a three dimensional obje-DAD JOAKS WHO WANTS DAD JOAKS I GOT DAD JOAKS HERE
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Originally Posted by Cole View Post

stitches that house behind you looks exactly like my grandparents house

that burned down in a house fire.

strange.

stitches stole your grandparent's house
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Originally Posted by Cole View Post

stitches that house behind you looks exactly like my grandparents house
that burned down in a house fire.
strange.
on topic, though, great fit and I like the shoes a lot. agree on the coat being a tad flat

thanks, cole. sorry about your grandparents house. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by caseyfud View Post

stitches stole your grandparent's house


my neighbors maybe, that aint my house, yo!
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MC stuff; Sport coat as outerwear for the mild autumn

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Navy Zegna fine waled corduroy SC, unfused Vincenzo Di Ruggiero shirt, Drakes cashmere scarf, M. Cilento unlined deerskin gloves, Edward Green Dark Oak belt, PT01 flannel pants, C&J Chelsea boots, Sub

Apologies for the bad lighting and the pitti gloves in the breast pocket, but it's gotten nippy enough here that they do come in handy when biking. Also, the pants may look too short due to the hand in pocket. More precise fit in pic below:
pic below (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

MC stuff; Sport coat as outerwear for the mild autumn

3qlbou9.jpg
Navy Zegna fine waled corduroy SC, unfused Vincenzo Di Ruggiero shirt, Drakes cashmere scarf, M. Cilento unlined deerskin gloves, Edward Green Dark Oak belt, PT01 flannel pants, C&J Chelsea boots, Sub

Apologies for the bad lighting and the pitti gloves in the breast pocket, but it's gotten nippy enough here that they do come in handy when biking. Also, the pants may look too short due to the hand in pocket. More precise fit in pic below: pic below (Click to show)
HBlZ4kJ.jpg

Shit man.  The colors there are fantastic.

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