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post #109126 of 115855
ffffuuuu.gif Schneider merino

Anyway, regarding my jawnz dilemma I rambled about in RFT yesterday. This isn't a "help" thread per se, but indulge me for a moment.

Here's a quick pick of the Momo's, which I picked up primarily due to amazing fabric. They've only been worn a few times after work so not fully settled. Measurements are somewhat similar to DH 19cm. Leave as is? Hem? Hem and taper? I dunno. I haven't micro managed the stacks or anything, I just put them on.

Not really what I wore as today is a Geller seconds bum-wear and football day anyway.

post #109127 of 115855
I love lots of stacks on my jeans generally (and it's inevitable since I'm 5'8"), but I can't help but feel that's just a little too much. Part of that might be the thickness/stiffness of the denim though. I don't think the need to be tapered
post #109128 of 115855
dudes, it is time to organize the next fit challenge. i've been thinking about doing something a bit more...thematic. below are three ideas. let's decide together.

1. militarism. this category could be interpreted in a wide variety of ways, since so much of men's fashion has been adapted from military wear. reference the ww1 colonel with the shiny boots, the pilot with the oversized ma-1, or the guerrilla fighting the techno-fascist forces of evil in the year 2099. this last possibility could also be used for category #2:

2. thriving post-apocalypse. this category might seem to favor those with "darker" garments in their closet, but i think that with some creativity even the stodgiest cm-er could excel. perhaps you're the mayor of a broken city of survivors. how will you style your glen plaid suit with that fur coat you just found in the abandoned mansion? and will it successfully conceal your shotgun? i wouldn't want this to shade too far into cos-play, but i think it could be fun to see what ideas/references people come up with (and remember, emphasis on thriving post-apocalypse).

3. garments with history. incorporate a (some) garment(s) that has a notable history. this can either be because it is unusually old-- whether it was passed down from your grandfather or discovered at a thrift store-- or because it has (and you would be willing to share) some personal story behind it. that is to say, the history can be just in the garment or in your particular relationship to the garment (or both). i imagine that some entries would incorporate the best features of posts from the contentedness thread.

thoughts?
post #109129 of 115855
I think the top block is waaaay to tight on these, what are the odds they will stretch out?



Haversack/45rpm/RRL/Viberg/Workers/kitten shanty town
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first post here ever, would like criticism!

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Me before I became sick in girly pic - me in Anna Matuozzo shirt

Kurabo 21oz Kurabo bespoke jeans

John Lobb bespoke boots

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Cheers

The vest is thermal and temporary, because I've got a severe chest infection

I'm growing out the yellow:)

lol WHAT is going on here
post #109133 of 115855
Envious of el bert's copping power, but at least the contributions to this thread pay off.
post #109134 of 115855
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lol WHAT is going on here


Something I also wanted to know, but was too afraid to ask :puzzled:

post #109135 of 115855
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Tim Coppens
A Wang
Rogan panel cotton pants
Guidi

 

 

Nice coat :fistbump:

 

Wore mine today too, only with all black instead of all white like you.

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i think hirsh is just bad at trolling
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Uniqlo
RRL
MMM

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stanley, the robert redford hair looks great on you

More like Andy Warhol hair

post #109138 of 115855
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dudes, it is time to organize the next fit challenge. i've been thinking about doing something a bit more...thematic. below are three ideas. let's decide together.

1. militarism. this category could be interpreted in a wide variety of ways, since so much of men's fashion has been adapted from military wear. reference the ww1 colonel with the shiny boots, the pilot with the oversized ma-1, or the guerrilla fighting the techno-fascist forces of evil in the year 2099. this last possibility could also be used for category #2:

2. thriving post-apocalypse. this category might seem to favor those with "darker" garments in their closet, but i think that with some creativity even the stodgiest cm-er could excel. perhaps you're the mayor of a broken city of survivors. how will you style your glen plaid suit with that fur coat you just found in the abandoned mansion? and will it successfully conceal your shotgun? i wouldn't want this to shade too far into cos-play, but i think it could be fun to see what ideas/references people come up with (and remember, emphasis on thriving post-apocalypse).

3. garments with history. incorporate a (some) garment(s) that has a notable history. this can either be because it is unusually old-- whether it was passed down from your grandfather or discovered at a thrift store-- or because it has (and you would be willing to share) some personal story behind it. that is to say, the history can be just in the garment or in your particular relationship to the garment (or both). i imagine that some entries would incorporate the best features of posts from the contentedness thread.

thoughts?

 

These are all really great ideas, but I vote for 1 and 2 since those will allow me to participate :)

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Originally Posted by ghostface View Post

dudes, it is time to organize the next fit challenge. i've been thinking about doing something a bit more...thematic. below are three ideas. let's decide together.

1. militarism. this category could be interpreted in a wide variety of ways, since so much of men's fashion has been adapted from military wear. reference the ww1 colonel with the shiny boots, the pilot with the oversized ma-1, or the guerrilla fighting the techno-fascist forces of evil in the year 2099. this last possibility could also be used for category #2:

2. thriving post-apocalypse. this category might seem to favor those with "darker" garments in their closet, but i think that with some creativity even the stodgiest cm-er could excel. perhaps you're the mayor of a broken city of survivors. how will you style your glen plaid suit with that fur coat you just found in the abandoned mansion? and will it successfully conceal your shotgun? i wouldn't want this to shade too far into cos-play, but i think it could be fun to see what ideas/references people come up with (and remember, emphasis on thriving post-apocalypse).

3. garments with history. incorporate a (some) garment(s) that has a notable history. this can either be because it is unusually old-- whether it was passed down from your grandfather or discovered at a thrift store-- or because it has (and you would be willing to share) some personal story behind it. that is to say, the history can be just in the garment or in your particular relationship to the garment (or both). i imagine that some entries would incorporate the best features of posts from the contentedness thread.

thoughts?

1 and 2, spope auto-win
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lol WHAT is going on here

I posted, then misunderstood the next post lol:)
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