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last page is full of great fits fellas!
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Stunning fits the last couple of pages. I'll just lower the tone...



NorthWest Hats - custom made http://www.northwesthats.com/
Uniqlo
Levi's Made & Crafted
Wings & Horns
Sanders
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Lemaire
Geller
Adidas×2
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My first attempt at stacking my jeans. Always looking for suggestions as I evolve. Thanks.

SLP
Epaulet
SLP
Paul Smith
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everybody 360 windmill slam dunking recently

Dominique Wilkins would be impressed by all of these

damn guys.

gburgess holy crap
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Barton Perreira, Dana Lee, Uniqlo, WvG, CP.
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@AlexanderTG I don't know how much my advice is worth, but i think that you would look a lot better with a more simple colour scheme. Taking you last fit, maybe replace the purple tee shirt with a white one, and the blue jeans with some grey or black washed ones.

 

On a side note, since you have a wider build than a lot of us lanky boys, try a slimmer profile up top. The bomber is awesome, but, at least to me, makes you look top heavy.

 

On yet another side note, I had a listen to your music. You Never Told Me is great. :slayer: 

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Heading over to the Vaisaki (Sikh new year) celebrations down the way.







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You're... sikh? Or friends?


I've also never seen it written that way. I usually see Baisakhi, which is funny because they're all accepted spellings in english. I guess I usually saw it in hindi...

 

Re: the fit.

I probably would have gone with lighter socks and a different tie. Tie jacket are too similar in color/texture from the pic. Shirt doesn't really look like it was meant to be worn with a suit/jacket like that.

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You're... sikh? Or friends?


I've also never seen it written that way. I usually see Baisakhi, which is funny because they're all accepted spellings in english. I guess I usually saw it in hindi...

Just a massive Sikh population here, and it's basically six blocks of free food, so, when in Rome...
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@AlexanderTG
 I don't know how much my advice is worth, but i think that you would look a lot better with a more simple colour scheme. Taking you last fit, maybe replace the purple tee shirt with a white one, and the blue jeans with some grey or black washed ones.

On a side note, since you have a wider build than a lot of us lanky boys, try a slimmer profile up top. The bomber is awesome, but, at least to me, makes you look top heavy.

On yet another side note, I had a listen to your music. You Never Told Me is great. icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif 

Any constructive advice is gold to me. Thank you for your thoughts.

I really love the bomber--just got it last week--and I'd be thrilled to figure out a way to make it work in my wardrobe. I have a bunch of SLP pieces (two denims, the satin bomber and this one) and they're all cropped rather short. I'm hoping that my height (5'6") will work with them as they'll sit more or less at the belt line. I thought the purple would be a nice contrast against the black and the blue but I can certainly see your point. I have a few pairs of pants at the tailor getting tapered so there will be plenty more to work with in a week.

Thanks for your kind words on my music. Much appreciated. Cheers.
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You're... sikh? Or friends?


I've also never seen it written that way. I usually see Baisakhi, which is funny because they're all accepted spellings in english. I guess I usually saw it in hindi...

Just a massive Sikh population here, and it's basically six blocks of free food, so, when on Main street...
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128 St, actually.
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derp. Surrey of coarse.
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