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Originally Posted by sh0ebox View Post
Thanks for the input. I am very short (try 5'4" ish )... so it's probably not just the camera angle making me look shorter. I did notice the same thing about the boxiness of the fit when I left the hoodie unzipped... which this is probably only the first or second time I've worn it that way (it's almost always zipped up)... so I will probably not run into that risk much more in the future.

I definitely want to try some different necklines but I'm having a hard time finding ones that I like and/or look good on me. Pretty much every v-neck I've tried just doesn't seem to look right in my eyes, and I haven't been able to find practically any scoop neck/loose crew/whatever shirts to try. I am more than aware that my tops game is sub-par. Just need help finding something good. Sizing also seems to be a bit of an issue for me, all things considered.

Hey, I'm just wondering where do you buy your t-shirts since I'm about 5'6"-5'7" and all the t-shirts are wayy looser and longer than I would like to (or is the answer: tailor?). Also, I really love the fit of your clothes!
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generic frostproof Up!records ROY chucks (cuffs= i kno i know...) i remember when being on page 1337 on a forum was note-worthy.
post #20043 of 117677
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
grouper what is going on with that sleeve action? button one more at the bottom of the cardi
idk i guess it folded weird, i didn't notice it initially. should i cuff or not cuff?
post #20044 of 117677
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Originally Posted by grouper View Post

looks good, clean
post #20045 of 117677
wear the shirt normal and pull the cardi sleeve down or push them both up together if you can
post #20046 of 117677
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Originally Posted by max_r View Post
everything fits 100x better than every other university bro too


that being said i'm not really a fan of the wash on the jeans, but the fit is awesome.
+1. Almost all undergrads don't have a clue of how clothes should fit. I see too many bros wear jeans with ripped openings from being too long, dragged, and stepped on.

I think the outfit is low key and works well for a very casual look.
post #20047 of 117677
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Originally Posted by ma1 View Post
you look like every other university bro except all that shit cost 100x more

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Originally Posted by ma1 View Post
its not what I would call style

this is styleforum after all

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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post
yes, this is styleforum, not fashionforum.

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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
Why does looking normal = style? Why is fashionable not stylish? People are IDIOTS.

fuck thankyou listi.




btw shoebox looks great.
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robbie, idgi
post #20049 of 117677
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post
It was windy.
A real Kennedy would collar that knit.
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unc- you don't get it? I rarely get your fits. They are costumey IMO, I realize they make a lot of sense for you... but I'd stand out like a sore thumb, and be un-employed in Lexington,NE. I don't blend in, but I don't stand out... different strokes I guess. Aside from the cuffs, this is a pretty decent fit for me.
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Dude, I like a lot of fits on here that are way outside of what I would wear. That isn't the point. Costumey or not, at least I am going for some sort of aesthetic. I just don't get how this is a style, in any sense of the word. And your jeans don't fit well. You just look like a redneck, sorry to say
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
Dude, I like a lot of fits on here that are way outside of what I would wear. That isn't the point. Costumey or not, at least I am going for some sort of aesthetic. I just don't get how this is a style, in any sense of the word. And your jeans don't fit well.

You just look like a redneck, sorry to say

you look like a cartoon.

the cuffs are off, which I admitted.

its a modest mouse shirt, a cap, and a flannel.

I said you look like a fag, and got shit for it. I wear regular clothes and ill fitting jeans and I look like a redneck?

Why is 'regular' such a difficult aesthetic for you to digest?

sheesh.
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Originally Posted by robbie View Post
Why is 'regular' such a difficult aesthetic for you to digest? sheesh.
because we're on a forum about fashion. OOPS I MEAN STYLE.
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sorry man, it doesn't look "fashiony guy" good, or "normal guy" good. It's just normal guy walking down the street.

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Originally Posted by robbie View Post
Aside from the cuffs, this is a pretty decent fit for me.


The cap is bad, the flannel is nothing special, the jeans would be good with a hem i guess.

the flannel over the tee just looks like every other guy 20-30, especially in combination with the cap and chucks.
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I'm not going to defend the "quality" of robbie's fits... but I dunno if you've ever lived in small town America Uncontrol, it's tough. If you are wearing a polo shirt that is one size too big, sized up 514's, and Pumas, half the people you run into will be like "WHOA DUDE, METRO MUCH?" I wore some pretty outlandish stuff in Pennsylvania over the summer and you'd hear people talking after they walked by you saying things like "Did you see that faggot? What the fuck!" I think robbie should still step up his game, but I understand that normal is sometimes better than stigmatized. That being said, why not STF 501's at the very least? You can work a decent raw denim game for cheap. The hat is bad and solid tee would be preferable. Fit is not waywt quality :<
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