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Originally Posted by scott.m View Post
You will never catch me in dockers and redwings, sorry man. But thanks for the kind words.

Cheers, but they're not Dockers - they're Levi 752 True Chinos (not that I've got anything against Dockers apart from the fit on me ).

You might get me wearing Junya sometime when bank balance is more healthy.

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Originally Posted by kgmessier View Post
So great, MoK. I remember seeing those Red Wings in a recent pic of yours and loving them. Admittedly, I'd hoped the flannel in today's spoiler would be a red buffalo check or some such thing.

Thanks. Oddly enough red flannel made an appearance today...

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Originally Posted by Evil Sushi View Post

This looks really cohesive. I like it.

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Originally Posted by reprehensible View Post
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ToJ / Kohl's / Skull / Red Wings

The forum's recent enthusiasm for designer stuff makes me feel very plebian.

Looks good, although I agree the shoulders look a tad tight.
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post
I like the fit MoK.

Sunday relax mode:
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Thanks.
I like the idea of posting Sunday whatever fits.
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post
terrible posture what whhat
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Shirt & cardigan look good.
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stilllllll learning
solid enough
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Originally Posted by Nezero View Post
First WAYWT pic.
No shoes cause I'm at home 'studying"

Critique welcome
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Top half works, difficult to judge bottom half without seeing the bottom of the trousers.
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Originally Posted by raags View Post
thoughts/critique/whatever appreciated
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'Dress' Varsity
Uniqlo Tee
Uniqlo Cords
Clarks DBs
I can't add a lot - both halves are fine, but neither match. Slim jeans & sneakers with the top half, heavier, more workwear jacket with the bottom.
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post
anyways, changing from high tops and sneakers to sweat trousers and boots. other than that, same old stuff. i pretty much wore this minus the ann d boots and ro balaclava in the vid contest, but cant see much in the vid bc it was filmed in the garage

i really want to get the sweat trouser-boot look down. heres what i came up with(shoveled snow in this too, really warm!):

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struggling to button bc gloves are too bulky:
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rocket ship :
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aspesi
rick owens
tim hamilton
neil barrett
ann d
I'm not a big fan of sweat pants, but I think you're pretty much getting the look you are aiming for with the sweats and boots.

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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post
yeah, but that pose is really not doin' it for me

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off to the store for bagels

I like the bold confrontational nature of the jacket, but I don't think the clean lines work with the fraying underneath. The rest is fine.
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Yeah. This one was a false alarm and I skied out just fine, but a couple of years ago I was airing into a chute at snowbird, caught my tip on a sapling ( ) just before, and fell into it backwards. Landed on my back and bounced over a rock field after hitting the only place not liberally populated with sharp, spiky rocks. I thought that was it, actually; my only reaction while falling in was "Well, it's been fun." Terrible feeling.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
ya but we got dis and the beach and glorious weather plus places to buy dope shit plus vegas short drive away and hoes!!!11
yea but all your hoey-ist hoes come here to go to school and end up drunk at the mountains needing a place to crash edit: thanks, MOK
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thanks mok, you should get a pair! its a flannel type material--classy as it gets
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post
thanks mok, you should get a pair! its a flannel type material--classy as it gets

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Cold, bright and on leave



Buttoned up:

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Jacket - Paul Smith
Shirt - Uniqlo
Jeans - Levi 501s (a year old and too big)
Boots - Dr Martens
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MoK SWAGGGGGGG. That is seriously awesome, though a golden khaki would've been awesome too, a little too much blue for my taste.
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damn, that is dope makes you look younger too
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Great stuff again, Kent. I have to say I think the black watch and red flannels have such strong individual personalities that they fight for center stage. It's like serving turkey dinner with pot roast.

Those Doc Martens are oddly alluring.
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
Cold, bright and on leave

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Buttoned up:

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Jacket - Paul Smith
Shirt - Uniqlo

Jeans - Levi 501s (a year old and too big)
Boots - Dr Martens

too big or too long?
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I wish I could pull off white soled docs. You wear those well, ManofKent.
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Originally Posted by scott.m View Post
MoK SWAGGGGGGG. That is seriously awesome, though a golden khaki would've been awesome too, a little too much blue for my taste.

Cheers. I'm still struggling to find Chinos/Khaki's that fit reasonably well - large waist tends to equal baggy legs
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Originally Posted by GlenCoe View Post
damn, that is dope
makes you look younger too
Thanks - I think it's the boots that knock the years off
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Originally Posted by kgmessier View Post
Great stuff again, Kent. I have to say I think the black watch and red flannels have such strong individual personalities that they fight for center stage. It's like serving turkey dinner with pot roast.

Those Doc Martens are oddly alluring.
Thanks. Yes I know what you mean about the shirt and black watch. I've got a less bold red flannel shirt that might work better. Must look out for a solid red heavy twill shirt.
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Originally Posted by gastarbeider View Post
too big or too long?
Mainly too big in the waist - managed to drop down from a 38 to a 36 jean (true 37.5). Hoping I can drop another inch. They're a tad long - a 31 leg would be better, but I can't be arsed getting cheap jeans taken up an inch.

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Originally Posted by steviecakes View Post
I wish I could pull off white soled docs. You wear those well, ManofKent.

Thanks. First pair of docs in twenty-years. I lived in them at university (generally with jeans and a fisherman smock, or combats and an aran sweater - something's going full-circle ). I picked these up on www.javari.co.uk for £25 - decided it was worth the risk at that price
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I'll pile on on the MoK praise: that is your youngest-looking fit ever. Very fresh, looks great.
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MOK, I would actually like your fit more if your jeans were an inch longer. It looks like the cuffs are hanging a little bit above your boots with no break. Still good though.
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MoK, have you tried out the EG chinos? They might be a bit short for your taste but I love the fit—classic, very comfortable, not 'slim' but still tapered, for a very elegant look.
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g'damn, blue docs?? wow that looks great mok. would like to see a detail of those next time!!
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