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Originally Posted by AR_Six View Post
So you're saying he should dress like another black guy on here on the basis that they share an ethnicity, in spite of the fact that this du's style appears to be completely different?

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haha nah, at first i noted that he looks like Barims, which he does, at least in that photo. Then i was saying that Barims is the man, and since his post count was low i assumed he was a noob and that Barims is a great fit poster to check out, as a sort of side note.

I wasn't implying that he should copy his style or anything like that. Although some of the colour schemes might be useful since they have the same skin tone.


so rather than "you look like barims, you should dress like him"

it was meant more like "you look like Barims, who is by the way awesome and you should check him out"
post #27677 of 117677
The lips comment is Xeno "smooth chocolate skin"-worthy.
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another uninspiring mike868y fit. wondering what kind of footwear would go in a fit like this. I know the pants are mad long, getting them hemmed this week.
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I don't get it why would you post that? You have no aesthetic direction at all.
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
I don't get it why would you post that? You have no aesthetic direction at all.

I know. I"m new to this game, just trying to see what I should change to make things a little better. I would think the weakest part of this fit is the shoes (I mean, the sweater/pants aren't exactly exciting, but I don't think they are bad). What kind of shoes would fit good in something like this? Do sneakers look alright or should I be looking at something else?
post #27681 of 117677
white cps would look fine i think.
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Leprechaun fit was better (4)
post #27683 of 117677
And assuming you don't have $350 to spend on a pair of trainers, even a simple pair of Vans would be better than those. Then hem those trousers and get a plain, simple crew neck that fits.
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Why even bother spending money to tailor those pants.
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Originally Posted by AR_Six View Post
Why even bother spending money to tailor those pants.

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Originally Posted by tooshay View Post
And assuming you don't have $350 to spend on a pair of trainers, even a simple pair of Vans would be better than those. Then hem those trousers and get a plain, simple crew neck that fits.
yeah $350 is outta my league. would addidas GATs or sambas look alright? or should I get something even simpler than that? As far as a crew neck that fits, I'm not exactly sure what I should look for. I realize this one is long in the body and sleeves, but I feel like sizing down would make it too tight in the chest/stomach...
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Originally Posted by AR_Six View Post
Why even bother spending money to tailor those pants.
my mom knows how I sew, I was just going to have her do it, lol
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I hated on a boot tuck earlier today... all while rocking it.
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Was someone talking about my chocolate skin?
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Originally Posted by barims View Post
Was someone talking about my chocolate skin?
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i think what they mean mikey is start with plain basics first i.e. navy sweater instead of the stripes and some white vans (or CPs as someone suggested) -- a clean palette first.

And then when you got your aesthetic toward a direction you like, start branching out. Emphasis on what you like. Then when you perhaps lurked enough and see what people usually post and find that your look may imitate someones, then perhaps post for critique.

But TBH, people here are not going to be too friendly in helping if your current aesthetic is pretty ordinary outside of this forum.
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