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post #26971 of 117677
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Originally Posted by bows1 View Post
Here is another fit for no one to comment on

If you didnt dress like a slightly slimmer, slightly better coordinated version of every single young person on the fucking planet people might comment....
post #26972 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post
Surprisingly enough, quite a lot. I overheat fairly easily though, so it suits me well.

Hate the "European" knot. DL's latest fit was off because by it. Too uptight and conservative for RO leather.

I am open to suggestions. criteria are:
(1) Neck must stay warm
(2) DL must not look like idiot (gooood luck).
post #26973 of 117677
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Originally Posted by e0d9n0b5 View Post
omg WOOO snailrush!
its me, flagbull sitta

haha what's good man
post #26974 of 117677
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post
snowman if you redirect 10% of the $$ you spend on clothes to me i will be your stylist and make you look 10x better

will send 100 bucks stat.

i took synth's advice and untucked the shirt. ill prob be tucking for now on tho.

hendrix the shirt goes well with the pants. the material on the pants is hard to catch. its a soft silky cotton with a sheen to it...very dressy imo. but i guess sneakers could be substituted out for some boots.
post #26975 of 117677
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post





kva
kva combat trousers aka ninja pants.
kva combat sneakers

these pants are insane. huuuuuuge cargo pockets. pants are 3 quarter with nylon underneath to make it a full pant (3rd pic shoes this) then they have lonnnnng tie strings(1 meter or so) to fasten the nylon part and keep it tight. lots of string in this fit!!

uncontrol is going to hate that my WHITE socks are showing

edit: ideal outerwear would be a toj fishtail!!

Try a higher camera angle. I think that will remedy many of the things people on here talk about with regard to your fits.
post #26976 of 117677
yes sir

i find it awkward taking pics of myself in the mirror. not so much on timer...dont know why.

mirror shot might be more helpful.
post #26977 of 117677
No don't do mirror shot, find a higher ledge and use a timer, your photos from that angle ruin your proportions causing you to look like a chibi gundam.
post #26978 of 117677
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post
I am open to suggestions. criteria are:
(1) Neck must stay warm
(2) DL must not look like idiot (gooood luck).

Not sure about #2, but:















post #26979 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post
nice boots, where from?

they're the same boots I've been using for every other boot tuck just I stopped lacing them tight, works out better
post #26980 of 117677
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Not sure about #2, but:

thesartorialistscarftie.jpg


what about tying it like a tie
post #26981 of 117677
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post
I am open to suggestions. criteria are:
(1) Neck must stay warm
(2) DL must not look like idiot (gooood luck).

Just wrap it around your neck once or twice. Boom.
post #26982 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Magician View Post
If you didnt dress like a slightly slimmer, slightly better coordinated version of every single young person on the fucking planet people might comment....

Even this helps, at least I know whats the opinion of the masses. In all fairness though, doesn't everyone but like 6 members dress like every other young person on the planet?
post #26983 of 117677
there's nothing wrong with dressing like a better version of everyone else if thats what you want
post #26984 of 117677
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Originally Posted by shahanshah View Post
what about tying it like a tie

I just tried a FIH with the scarf in the pictures and it produces a rather big knot that doesn't look and feel very good. I've seen it work with a thin silk or cashmere scarf, tied loosely.
post #26985 of 117677
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
I just tried a FIH with the scarf in the pictures and it produces a rather big knot that doesn't look and feel very good. I've seen it work with a thin silk or cashmere scarf, tied loosely.
yes you're quite right, a thin scarf or softer fabric would lend itself kindly to that knot. a rarity that draws inquisitive looks at times; "is he...wearing a tie or....a scarf ?!!?"
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