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post #31141 of 117668
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Originally Posted by noobizor View Post
Unless this guy's a proven troll or something, I'd like to know this too -- especially after receiving such vicious reactions when commenting on clothes and status. Ie you must not understand 'quality' when questioning the value of those affiliate brands advertised up top^^. Yet when someone truly wealthy comes along, look how easily those same egos get bruised; look how fast their tune changes!

Because he looks like shit.
post #31142 of 117668
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Originally Posted by noobizor View Post
Unless this guy's a proven troll or something, I'd like to know this too -- especially after receiving such vicious reactions when commenting on clothes and status. Ie you must not understand 'quality' when questioning the value of those affiliate brands advertised up top^^. Yet when someone truly wealthy comes along, look how easily those same egos get bruised; look how fast their tune changes!

Did you look at those pictures? It doesn't matter how much the clothes cost. He coulda bought them from Walmart. He'd still radiate douchiness.
post #31143 of 117668
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post
no, but the fact that you assume this does. also your jeans fit and look terrible, coat would be much better one size down but is a pretty nice piece nonetheless..

your cologne and bottled water collection does not impress me

The jacket is a size medium. Small would be, well, too small. Thanks.
post #31144 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Jekyll View Post
Did you look at those pictures?
You don't see the same kind of vitriol directed at others, though. (And all that from a buncha ultra-conspicuous consumers themselves, even if they don't like to think in those terms). That's why I wondered if he was perhaps a habitual troll.
post #31145 of 117668
I like to imagine that he posted that picture of all those perfumes because he's actually wearing each one of them at the same time in the fit pic that he posted.
post #31146 of 117668
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post
Yeah, the only thing I find objectionable (other than the preponderance of man-perfumes) is the excessive pre-fading on the jeans. They don't actually fade halfway down your shins in real life. They look a tad oversized, too, but maybe that's intentional.

edit: I also dislike chunky watches - it looks like you're overstating a superfluous piece of jewelry - but that's my personal preference.

Yeah, the fading stops at about 4 or 5 inches down my knees. I don't think that they're oversized, though. Also, the watch is not that chunky. I guess the zoomed picture of the watch makes it look that way. It's exactly the same size of the watch that I posted yesterday.
post #31147 of 117668
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Originally Posted by JasonCali View Post
The jacket is a size medium. Small would be, well, too small. Thanks.

I'm sure it's a very nice coat but right now it looks both too bulky and also kind of awkwardly tight and pulling"”which means that it's really not appropriate to be worn over a chunky knit and/or you need to lose some weight to wear it. It looks too big around the shoulders but also much too tight across the chest and in the sleeves"”a shortcoming which is accentuated by the thick wool sticking out at the wrist and the gigantor super crowded watch.

The jeans just need to go; the wash is pretty ugly and artificial looking, but they also just look really big on you. As for the shoes, the giant logo is pretty ugly, so I'm not sure I'd like them in anything; but aside from that, as noted, the color of the shoes completely clashes with everything else going on there. Grey jeans and black shoes or dark blue jeans and brown shoes would go a long way.
post #31148 of 117668
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Originally Posted by ZhiMingBuFanDe View Post
if you don't mind me asking, what season are those DH jeans? That's a pretty damn generous cut.

It's from S/S 2011. I just bought them the other day.
post #31149 of 117668
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Originally Posted by diamonds View Post
JasonCali - the whole knock knees thing isn't going to work in your favour if you want to continue wearing pants. might i suggest a thom browne skirt? also coat looks a bit too small to wear the sweater underneath. the jeans are the only thing that looks inherently bad though. i would try some slimmer black jeans but i dunno ... might look odd with your leg shape.

also i'm jealous of your goyard

Thom Browne skirt? Yeah, not gonna happen. I'm not "ghey." No offense. Well, it was so cold today, so the thick sweater was a must. Noted, I'll wear darker jeans next time. Thanks. : )

Haha, thanks.
post #31150 of 117668
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Originally Posted by dsoren View Post
I have nothing wrong with listing brands. Your problem is that you obviously buy shit purely because it's designer...yet the two fits you have posted have been absolutely terrible. I literally had no idea it was possible to spend so much money and look so bad.

The jeans are ill-fitting and the huge white fades look like shit. You are wearing a rugged-preppy looking sweater with ghetto high-tops, and that makes absolutely no sense. I'm thinking that jacket cost you, what, 5k? Doesn't look like it. You are also wearing a pretty decent watch with some ugly hook bracelet thing that looks like it's from A&F.

My biggest problem though is that half of the pics you have posted haven't been fit pics. This thread is called "What Are You Wearing Today," not "What kind of faux-baller shit do you drop ridiculous amounts of money on." We don't need to see pictures of your (ridiculously too large) cologne collection, your Swarvoski jolly rancher bowl, your multiple blackberrys, and definitely not your black card.

I will say that I like those Tom Ford frames...

Wow, harsh much?
post #31151 of 117668
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post
I agree with this more or less. slimmer jeans would help. nice jacket.

Noted. Thanks.
post #31152 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
Lots of people angry at a guy for being wealthy & conspicuously displaying his wealth. It's good that he's into fashion.

The fit itself is not too good jasoncali, the straight/baggy prewash jeans and beige shoes are a pretty unflattering combo, and that's a really unattractive watch, looks like some Fossil type ish. The painting behind you looks really cool. We don't need to see your designer water or your jolly ranchers.

Thanks.
post #31153 of 117668
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Originally Posted by G0079 View Post
Yeah, I don't dig the watch at all...thing's massive and tacky. Another vote for different Jeans, or maybe ditch the jeans and go with some sort of chinos. The top half looks good, but the pants and shoes just murder the fit.

Thanks.
post #31154 of 117668
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Originally Posted by coldforge View Post
I like to imagine that he posted that picture of all those perfumes because he's actually wearing each one of them at the same time in the fit pic that he posted.

You devil you! How do you know? (I'm not!).
post #31155 of 117668
JC, my man, don't feel the need to respond to everything posted about you - especially with a separate post for each.
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