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post #34051 of 115748
so is that room
post #34052 of 115748
Test shirt! But please elaborate. With my pale, pale, non-summery skin, I tend to look better in those hated RLP shirts. EDIT: Ha. That's my bathroom, n00b. (Also, btw -- the incongruity of your bathroom totally deflates your whole goth ninja assassin thing. Not hating on your style, just sayin'. ) Really looking for input on the jeans, if possible. As an adult, I'm required to tuck in my shirt occasionally. Trying to find a skinny jean that will work with that.
post #34053 of 115748
Why tuck in...just makes your whole fit look bad. Can't possibly fathom tucking into skinny jeans ever looking good.
post #34054 of 115748
the sleeve cuffs are fugly
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Originally Posted by BrizaBirch View Post
spk and flying lotus dont get enough love. great fits.
thanks
post #34056 of 115748
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Originally Posted by noobizor View Post
Test shirt! But please elaborate. With my pale, pale, non-summery skin, I tend to look better in those hated RLP shirts.

Really looking for input on the jeans, if possible. As an adult, I'm required to tuck in my shirt occasionally. Trying to find a skinny jean that will work with that.

Stripes/colors on shirt, and rumpled gigantic bagginess, and halfass sleeve roll, are all awful. Shirt tucked into jeans with no belt is straight Jerry Seinfeld. If, as an adult, you need to tuck in your shirt sometimes, you're probably in a context in which you could be wearing trousers. Do that.

Also, why do you want to own skinny jeans? Doesn't seem to work well with your physique or other clothes. Wide trousers are coming back anyway.
post #34057 of 115748
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
Also, why do you want to own skinny jeans? Doesn't seem to work well with your physique or other clothes. Wide trousers are coming back anyway.
Thanks. Tell me more about this! (If you please...) My physique is undergoing radical changes. (I really should of specified I was just trying out the jeans -- hence the no belt, big old shirt...I've pretty much worn khakis all my life. Occasionally, I'd like to visit a restaurant in jeans, and everything I try is way too baggy.)
post #34058 of 115748
Those jeans really aren't that skinny, though they do seem to taper quite a bit, which might not be what you need for your physique or in terms of the rest of your wardrobe. And I don't think there's anything wrong with tucking a shirt into jeans in principle, but don't tuck a baggy shirt into jeans that are slim. And try to do it more neatly. And wear a belt. It would also be a lot easier to comment if the pictures were clearer. :/
post #34059 of 115748
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
Wide trousers are coming back anyway.

I am in no hurry to back that trend. They still look mid 90's to me.
post #34060 of 115748
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post
I am in no hurry to back that trend. They still look mid 90's to me.

I was flossing straight Old Navy/Thrifted/Baby Gap/LL Bean in the mid 90s, so I'm fine with a more relaxed silhouette. I really don't like the way baggy denim hangs though, I want to continue wearing black skinny jeans for as long as I can get away with it.
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post #34062 of 115748
Good look right there
post #34063 of 115748
Thank god for FL fit to cleanse this page.
post #34064 of 115748
i liked nn's fit too. dunno if thats on this page for you
post #34065 of 115748
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Thank god for FL fit to cleanse this page.

CTRL + ALT + JET

@saelan, thanks for the comments.
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