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TOJ

Teespring shirt 

Gustin

Nike

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I've never seen a pair of Gustins look good
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Originally Posted by grizzlybear View Post

Dude please hit the gym instead of spending so much money on clothes, I think people on sf underestimate the power of looking better in plain gap shit just because your body is shaping every piece of clothing you wear instead of letting 1k coats dress you. facepalm.gif

thank you, rick owens.

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Dude please hit the gym instead of spending so much money on clothes, I think people on sf underestimate the power of looking better in plain gap shit just because your body is shaping every piece of clothing you wear instead of letting 1k coats dress you. facepalm.gif

 

I actually think Abraxis looks pretty built underneath (you could tell sort of..it's not flab).

 

He just needs to move the camera back and like someone mentioned earlier, a better angle. 

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We've gone over these kinds of comments before: keep your scumbag thoughts about body shape and shit to yourself kthxbye.
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We've gone over these kinds of comments before: keep your scumbag thoughts about body shape and shit to yourself kthxbye.

lol. It's not "scumbag," and it's very relevant to how clothes look when worn.
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abraxis looks fine. he has all the pieces, it's just putting them together - for example that last fit would look better if the pants were cuffed less sloppy.
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I think he looks uncomfortable in all his pieces. Pants aside, when you look uncomfortable in a jacket that looks like you could take a nap in it, you look awful and it look unnatural.

 

You may just be a bulky looking dude if so just work with it, wear some longer dark top garments left opened with a nice drape. Ditch the black sunglasses you have dark skin, and black hair you should not be wearing glasses that make you look like your in the matrix. Of course like many people said get pants that fit, or take them to a tailor. 

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those kipping pullups aren't real pullups
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That's why they're called kipping pull-ups...
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

There's no chance you're close to 10%. And if you are, that makes your choice of clothing even more unflattering. You've mentioned nothing of diet, which is far more important that any crossfit in regards to your body composition.

True I didn't say anything about my diet nor did I claim my choices are super flattering on me. He gave me feedback on going to the gym and not those items smile.gif All I said was in fact I do workout. He said some words and I refuted them.

You two are welcome to believe what you want though smile.gif Not really keeping a scoreboard tallying either people who think I'm super ripped or have awesome style.
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"Ask not what your working out can modern couture. No outfit is going to make you look or feel as good as what you can do for your country."

-- John F. Owens
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Originally Posted by Abraxis View Post

True I didn't say anything about my diet nor did I claim my choices are super flattering on me. He gave me feedback on going to the gym and not those items smile.gif All I said was in fact I do workout. He said some words and I refuted them.

You two are welcome to believe what you want though smile.gif Not really keeping a scoreboard tallying either people who think I'm super ripped or have awesome style.

That's cool man. Do your thing. I don't really care if you workout or diet, and it's not anyone here's place to tell you to do so. I do believe you should try to find clothes that compliment your body, whatever it may look like, better. Or at least start with a better camera angle...
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schneider cardi
ann shirt
obscur trousers
guidi boots
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Nod. Well I posted my philosophy on clothes/style... And my style is always going to be limited to some degree by my pursuit and wearing of pieces I'm passionate about (Esp the ones I currently own). I'm comfortable with that.

But I am looking to refine and tweak my styling within the constraint of that. After I get settled from my move this weekend and find an San Francisco tailor do some hemming/tapering, buy a tripod, learn to look down and maybe start exploring hair options folks forwarded to me.

And best yet.. Explore new pairing options and acquiring new pieces that I love AND are more synergistic/work better. The latter is the most exciting for me smile.gif

Oh yeah and learn how to cuff neatly. Thanks Teger! BTW 50 straight wears or 50 cumulative on the duck fabric wearing in? Well I guess I'll find out eventually anyways.
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