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UK 8 in Redwings, they are still a bit big too, so suppose I've got quite small feet for being 6ft3 yea.
Woah, I thought I had small feet for being 6'3 and I'm a 10.5/11.
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I'm just sick of modern internet snark-humor. It's not really funny nor biting but just kinda lame most the time. Especially when it's non-stop

In general or on SF? This place is great for many things. Humor is not one of them.
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really? edmorel and vox generally crack me up.

btw what is with the CUSS spam in MC. It's CUSS this CUSS that. I think I missed the memo
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^more stupid mc shit
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post
gross, but because you're new: the cardigan, or shirt, or both are too big around the waist. I can see it bunching up and creating an ugly mess around your stomach. The horizontal pattern also makes it look like it's pulling, even when it's not, so it's a bad visual effect. Jeans are a matter of taste I guess, I hate the "slim but still hanging straight down with a sharp knee crease" look.
Huh? I thought it looked just fine. Maybe the shirt under was a bit big in the waist causing some fake lovehandle thing.
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i really dont know why ppl post their faces when they know they look like tools
Actually... without your head I always thought you looked a bit like a douche but once I saw pics with your face you look pretty normal. Well built, but not scary. I was imagining some kind of chin strap, piercings, spiky hair, etc. You look, well, "nice".
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btw what is with the CUSS spam in MC. It's CUSS this CUSS that. I think I missed the memo
yeah, WTF is that Cuss stuff? some inside joke from real life meetups? Screw real life, that's what I say.
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Originally Posted by Biscotti View Post
It's been a while.


Fill it and and put some bubbles in...I'm on my way.

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Originally Posted by snake View Post


wjk denim hook shirt
MofM twisted tee
Viridi-Anne linen trousers
KK Attachment waxed boots

I thought this was going to say: "m.a.+ leather shirt"

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Originally Posted by kixslf View Post


Polaroid Portraits

Cheer Up Charlies


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Originally Posted by otter View Post
thats why i think socal looks good in the more tailored/fitted clothes , rather than some of the other costumes he was wearing ,as he looked like he was swimming in them

then you look at a guy like chant/christian on sz/sufu who is as tall as socal, but more athletic who can pull off some of the looks that socal couldnt


the lucky ones with good proportions, and i would throw eason in there, dont have to try/think about what they have to wear as some others...even though that might disagree

If I had your pecs Otter it'd be another thing.

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If you click, you see the back of my head.

Cut your hair before you get clocked in the back of the head.
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oldie but goodie from last spring in honor of a >50 degree day Raf Simons However...my night will not end up like it did last year.
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[quote=indesertum;3029012]really? edmorel and vox generally crack me up.

btw what is with the CUSS spam in MC. It's CUSS this CUSS that. I think I missed the memo[/QUCUSS is from the fantastic mr fox DUH
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Bonus outtakes, alternate angles and R-rated scenes of my two recent portrait shoots are now available on Mode Parade: I don't think you're ready for this jelly Also, I like the casual stylings from Kelvinsense and Zissou. Quality photographs, both
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lol @ the picture slowly loading and having tits fill my screen
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thats why i think socal looks good in the more tailored/fitted clothes , rather than some of the other costumes he was wearing ,as he looked like he was swimming in them
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If I had your pecs Otter it'd be another thing.

I dont think RO himself is that built ? but who knows what's going on under there
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Rick Owens isn't huge but he is definitely in shape.
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fantastic
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
It's an anatomic tight raglan block vs a classic set-in sleeve, cropped rider's jacket with very little darting on my Moto or anything similar. Two very different styles that appeal to different people, I actually didn't like the Julius. It does give almost anyone (and I have 17.5" wide shoulders and a 35.5-36" chest and a natural 28" waist, ie a 46 jacket/44 pants) a flared hip look unintentionally; the natural way of wearing something that tight at the top would be to pair it with a baggy pair of pants, and that is how Julius themselves generally present it; compressed top, flowy bloused pants, compressed boots.
It was my roommate's who offered it to me, I wore it for awhile, and then decided I didn't want it, I prefer my margiela. I sold the matching Julius Engineer boots as well, didn't really like those either. Goth ninja on the Japanese over-detailed level requires more commitment to an aesthetic than Rick/other European goth ninja, which can be worn in some other contexts.

I'm getting some new leather jackets for my personal collection but none will be goth ninjer.

I agree that the Margiela look much better. I love the quality of Julius, but I've got incredibly narrow shoulders, especially relative to the size of my hips, and wearing a Julius leather at the correct size exacerbates the problem twice as much as you. More aggressively cut Rick leathers like the Intarsia have the same problem - body like a coke bottle if you have any hips whatsoever. The raglan shoulders on Julius work with such a small amount of matching bottom aesthetics that I'd really wish dude would make a jacket with less darting and more traditional shoulders, but then again, that really wouldn't be Julius, would it?

Every time I try on a Julius leather, I realize that it absolutely never works with the rest of the clothes I'm wearing, but that still isn't stopping me from trying to skim one for sub-$750 on Y!Auctions.. The quality/price ration on them really is second-to-none
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And btw, someone said how you simply can't size up on Julius leathers.. just found this pic on Yahoo (at least he's selling it)
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