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post #109126 of 117670
Envious of el bert's copping power, but at least the contributions to this thread pay off.
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lol WHAT is going on here


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

post #109128 of 117670
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Originally Posted by el Bert View Post Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





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.

post #109129 of 117670
i think hirsh is just bad at trolling
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post




Uniqlo
RRL
MMM

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stanley, the robert redford hair looks great on you

More like Andy Warhol hair

post #109131 of 117670
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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?

 

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
post #109133 of 117670
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post


lol WHAT is going on here

I posted, then misunderstood the next post lol:)
post #109134 of 117670
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Stitchy, you and nobd make me question my writing off suede CM shoes as "non essential". Also, suiting and CM shoe upgrades might eat into the fun watch fund.

Id call suede 100% essential. I have 3 pairs,
Looking to add a 4th.
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

@in stitches, you are always looking good. the only critique I would make is that everything is almost too perfect. I think you should run around the block a few times then take a pic. degree of rumple is probably a matter of taste, tho. do you get more feedback itt when you dress in more of a streetwear (casual) mode?

Thanks, Parker. Appreciate the compliments. Funny that you should say that. I have a bit of an OCD streak in blood, so I end up pretty particular about how "crisp" my fits are.

PG had a real lived in look, much more rumply. I like it a lot, but Id feel off doing it myself. I think in my more SWD fits I would benefit from that though. Good call. I should try it.

I think I get appropriate feedback ITT for what I post. Its just that every once in a while I think a combo is really good and Ill be really proud of it, but for whatever reason it gets no feedback for good or bad. I has a sad when it gets no love.

Anyhows, your fit is awesome. Really liking the proportions of the jacket.

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Sorry stiches I just don't really know much about the style you dress in to give you any real feedback. Its always solid stuff just not my jam sadly smile.gif

Sa'll good, buddy! Thanks.

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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Holy shit breezy, that's so good. I love that it doesn't come across as 'too clean'

This. Sooooo good.

Bert - great. love that coat.

4est - very cool.
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Ann D sneakers, everything else Zam Barrett
post #109136 of 117670
That Breezy fit seriously fuckin owns. Really bummed I missed out on the tech-cardigan coat.
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Edit: noctone that's just awesome!

Greasypirate I like it. Would change the black shoes out for something lighter colored and with a more rounded profile. White sneakers, tan boots or maybe some of those printed vans slip ons.

Fwiw I don't think hirsch is trolling.. Wld go easy.
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Ann D sneakers, everything else Zam Barrett

lookin dope brotha
post #109139 of 117670

Noc tell me more about that frayed shirt.

post #109140 of 117670
It's the cotton and linen tank from this season. Really wanna pick up one or two of the longer version, too.
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