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Originally Posted by APK View Post
The snow shot makes it look like you have Javier Bardem No Country for Old Men hair.
hahaha i was aiming for a /fôrˈbōdiNG/ sense so i guess psycho is fine. it's the hood but now i know what to do next time i go for a trim 800 accidents in the county over night
post #27782 of 117677
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Originally Posted by einfallsloserName123 View Post
This is my first fit, please give me feedback, what you think about it. I think I should have put the camera higher, the angle of the pics is a little bit bad. I think normally the peacoat looks more straight. Gloves look a bit big, but I need warm gloves when I ride on my bike. And my hair looks weird, but I made the pics after getting up, so ignore it please. And my room is untidy, but thats OK I guess. And I should do more sports again, when I look at the pictures. I neglected this the last few weeks. I'm especially interessted in what you think about the fit of the jeans. Is it too tight or too short? On many fit pics in this thread the jeans seem to be longer. edit: And I should have worn a white T-shirt under the v-neck, but I washed them all and they are still wet.
The fitting of your Outfit is very good. Most of the Jeans in this thread don't fit that good. But you can even make them slightly shorter... You should have worn a normal shirt, not a T-Shirt (Hemd mit Kragen). It looks better under a V-Neck, in my opinion... But the shoes look a bit cheap to me
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looks good shah where do you live? looks cold. are you interning for Santa?
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post

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@shahanshah deets on coat?
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Originally Posted by softy View Post
lurk more, seriously

Can you expand on this?
Ive been lurking here for quite a while and I would agree with what that guy's critique all around.
I dont "get" the combo of a long, winter-looking, topcoat with white sneakers.
I also think that he appears to be swimming in that coat.
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i will fuk u til you <3 me fhuggiittt

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Originally Posted by Wupper View Post
Is that womens fashion? Looks like a dress to me.
post #27788 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Cacatfish View Post
Can you expand on this?
Ive been lurking here for quite a while and I would agree with what that guy's critique all around.
I dont "get" the combo of a long, winter-looking, topcoat with white sneakers.
I also think that he appears to be swimming in that coat.

i lmaoed
post #27789 of 117677
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post
i lmaoed

Again?

PS: so did I
post #27790 of 117677
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whatever you're wearing...it looks guud
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post #27791 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Cacatfish View Post
Again?

PS: so did I

nah. last time i just loled.
post #27792 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Cacatfish View Post
Can you expand on this?
Ive been lurking here for quite a while and I would agree with what that guy's critique all around.
I dont "get" the combo of a long, winter-looking, topcoat with white sneakers.
I also think that he appears to be swimming in that coat.

he dresses similar to a certain subset of other posters and when you critique his outfit and what he is wearing and how "you don't get it" you also insult said other members of forum who subscribe to similar aesthetic

but seriously. who do you think you are? coming into a "what are you wearing today" discussion thread and commenting on a picture that someone posted. Manners? Obviously not...

lurk moar newb... AKA..........Well, just don't critique fits. Safe that way. Especially not of someone wearing expensive sneakers (or hightops or bewts), tight darkish colored pants, and drapey outerwear. You will always be wrong on your critiques as these clothes rarely if ever look bad.

just my two cents man. good luck posting.
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You sound more butt hurt than kent ever did
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Originally Posted by slack tide View Post
he dresses similar to a certain subset of other posters and when you critique his outfit and what he is wearing and how "you don't get it" you also insult said other members of forum who subscribe to similar aesthetic

but seriously. who do you think you are? coming into a "what are you wearing today" discussion thread and commenting on a picture that someone posted. Manners? Obviously not...

lurk moar newb... AKA..........Well, just don't critique fits. Safe that way. Especially not of someone wearing expensive sneakers (or hightops or bewts), tight darkish colored pants, and drapey outerwear. You will always be wrong on your critiques as these clothes rarely if ever look bad.

just my two cents man. good luck posting.

wow i am so glad that i clicked on that view post link, i had forgotten why this guy is the first person i've put on ignore since the days of xenox. roflmao worthy

anyway. i can see why people would think the coat is too big since it billows out at the bottom and its unbuttoned. its quite slim on top when i button it up. there's a small on y! that i was semi tempted to bid on since a couple of people want this one, but i don't think i could even get it on

for the guy who says that the coat doesn't go with the "rest of my style," i am curious what you think the rest of my style is and what the style of the coat is
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post
for the guy who says that the coat doesn't go with the "rest of my style," i am curious what you think the rest of my style is and what the style of the coat is

Maybe it's the photo, but the coat looks more Ann D than Rick Owens. Anyway, the carpe boots would've been better with that particular fit, imo.
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