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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
well today at work i'm wearing a wide-neck layered t-shirt, skinny leopard print jeans and pony-hair hi-tops, so my experience isn't representative


I heard the national circus was recruiting.
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Originally Posted by chinoguy View Post
Great look. Where did you get your herringbone jacket from?

Thanks. Caruso.
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Dior savile row Nudie Creative recreation ...will have to sell the jeans. Getting uncomfortably tight around the hips.
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am still big shirtless but look normal in clothes now.

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what the fuck... how did kunk lose so much weight
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Snowman; Dont know if its the glasses(or lack of), but you look much better in everything now. Its a good fit.
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Jacket: BoO Cardigan: Jil Shirt: Alt. A. Jeans: DH Boots: MMM Criticisms always welcome
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Valentine's?
That's on Monday...
Anyways, I would have opted for a different base layer.. like a dress shirt, ervell club collar maybe?
Or a looser neck on the t-shirt.
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haha I meant V day weekend edited out
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Cropped toggle coats always look weird to me.
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I dig the palette. Black cat crossin' your path.
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Originally Posted by driveslowk View Post
Pants are Epaulet and the chucks were diy. We didn't go anywhere too fancy so heels weren't realy necessary. It's actually made-to-measure by ToJ. Good guess though, since it's probably inspired by Raf/Jil shirting.
heh, ive been looking at some epaulet pants, the gabardine and french blue poplin to be exact. french blue reminds me of this seasons jil. i was going to say toj but was too scared to be wrong should have went for the glory!! iirc you have two right? and they are discontinued? (this is my attempt of redeeming myself )
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Originally Posted by MartinHansen View Post
Snowman; Dont know if its the glasses(or lack of), but you look much better in everything now. Its a good fit.
thanks bud. also im taking more time to finish a whole outfit instead of just posting up "in-progress" fits lol! again, kind words appreciated!
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post
sort of inspired by steveoffice with the cdg shirt--forgot i had it
so i wore this stuff out with my canada goose, again , and then i received this in the mail just now so i decided to take a few snaps.
ive been trying to give a complete look, so i was waiting for some outerwear and accessories.

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aspesi thermal blazer(filled with thermore)-actually quite warm
cdg play
mmm
fujiwara wool/leather gloves(finally getting some wear because they look dumb with the goose)
vandals-shout out to shibbel for fronting me on these!!!

I like this a lot. Haven't been here too long, but this is probably my favorite fit of yours, snowman. Not to say I don't enjoy your edgier fits, but this one just plain works...

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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post
driveslowk - What's the make of the shirt? You seem like a really slim guy, and I'm surprised how well fitting the collar is. Inseam on the pants is perfect as well.

+1. Looking forward to exploring ToJ MtM shirting (or S, M, L) if it opens up for orders (?). The EP chinos look great too. Need to pick up a pair soon. Especially after reviewing everyone's 2010 Best Kop lists where they seemed to be featured on nearly everyone's...

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WAYWT lifestyle edition. Making buttondowns is overrated, I'm gonna just stick to buying.
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Arms are a little big, other than that the fit is alright for first cut n sew project.
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This is cool. The bolded part made me laugh (not at you... hopefully with you, haha).

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Nothing to say here other than the fit looks great. I admittedly don't know the designer well and if being tall and muscular lends itself to a good fit - but regardless - the entire outfit looks extremely, extremely impressive.

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Jacket: BoO
Cardigan: Jil
Shirt: Alt. A.
Jeans: DH
Boots: MMM

Criticisms always welcome

Have enjoyed all of your fits so far, this no exception. Make sure to continue posting.
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Originally Posted by slack tide View Post
The EP chinos look great too. Need to pick up a pair soon. Especially after reviewing everyone's 2010 Best Kop lists where they seemed to be featured on nearly everyone's.
He's wearing Epaulet trousers, not the Rivet Chinos; I'm guessing it's the Air Force Blue Merino ones. But yeah, EP's Rivet Chinos are pretty spectacular.
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http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4116/5438832822_c5f0d5b35e_z.jp

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Jacket: BoO
Cardigan: Jil
Shirt: Alt. A.
Jeans: DH
Boots: MMM

Criticisms always welcome
I like most of this from what is visible, but what's up with the jean fit?
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Originally Posted by kgmessier View Post
He's wearing Epaulet trousers, not the Rivet Chinos; I'm guessing it's the Air Force Blue Merino ones.

But yeah, EP's Rivet Chinos are pretty spectacular.

Cool - thanks for the info!
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