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or ^Which do you prefer?
post #35267 of 116091
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post
this is the what are you wearing today thread, not what looks have you copied from the sartorialist or the julius f/w 2011 show today thread
nice jab, you're just jealous of my jurius I dunno even though my point might be elitist, its just harder to look stylish in generic stuff like gap or other clothes made moreso for functionality reasons. Maybe, H&M and other high fashion brands, but the lower you go..the harder it will be to accomplish looking stylish. I know people post fits to see if things fit well together but I think style is more than just if my jeans look like they fit/are good with certain shoes. I realize I always hold unpopular opinions here, though so I'll end it there.
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A&O: Not crazy about the jacket. The styling is a little dull in contrast to the color. But I could also be influenced by the fit in the picture; if that's you, it's too big. Lots of extra room in the chest and upper arms.
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generic
vintage CPO/BR
cone x Roy
RW
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Originally Posted by AlphaAndTheOmega View Post
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
^Any thoughts on the above leather jacket?
I think the color might look good on dark-skinned people, but it's not really working for you in that pic.
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Originally Posted by robbie View Post
generic
vintage CPO/BR
cone x Roy
RW

Swap the cap for a beanie IMO
post #35272 of 116091
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
I don't think it looks that good tbh :\\ and fuji looks way too top heavy

I am ridiculously top heavy, I have a 10" drop so my proportions are pretty skewed. Working on my legs, but its going slow. I did like a year of upper body work and I'm on about a month of lower body now so it will take a while. I don't think it looks particularly good either, I slept in those clothes and wore them to some dubstep night last night so I didn't really care what I was wearing, just it was a nice day out so I could take a photo outside.
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post


you've got fuchi face here, fuji.
post #35274 of 116091
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

nothing spectac.

This is good. Though people keep saying it's you best favorite, I don't really agree. It's really basic, clean, and well done, and below the creativity of your previous fits. Maybe not all of them worked, but it's still worth being a little experimental at the risk of occasional failure. In other words, I liked your other fits just as much as this one even if they didn't "work" as well because they were visually intriguing.
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
nice jab, you're just jealous of my jurius

I dunno even though my point might be elitist, its just harder to look stylish in generic stuff like gap or other clothes made moreso for functionality reasons. Maybe, H&M and other high fashion brands, but the lower you go..the harder it will be to accomplish looking stylish. I know people post fits to see if things fit well together but I think style is more than just if my jeans look like they fit/are good with certain shoes. I realize I always hold unpopular opinions here, though so I'll end it there.

you're right. i think in general mall brands look bad on ppl, but it also might be because most ppl dont dress well.

but i also dont think its wrong for ppl to just post outfits that aren't super creative. we're not a fashion show. we're just showing other people what we wear. sometimes its interesting in its creativity, sometimes its interesting in its well executed simplicity

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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
I don't think it looks that good tbh :\\ and fuji looks way too top heavy

i think fuji looks good although his legs could look bigger
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Wanted to post my first SExDBxSxS fit in the contest thread, so I'ma go ahead and shit up the WAYWT thread with it, too.



As I said there, stacks aren't settling well (yet). Hoping that improves with wear.
post #35277 of 116091
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Originally Posted by Lel View Post
This is good. Though people keep saying it's you best favorite, I don't really agree. It's really basic, clean, and well done, and below the creativity of your previous fits. Maybe not all of them worked, but it's still worth being a little experimental at the risk of occasional failure. In other words, I liked your other fits just as much as this one even if they didn't "work" as well because they were visually intriguing.

yeah i agree with you
its very simple, hence the "nothing spectac" spoiler lol!
im not going to settle on dressing like this everyday, ill try to keep the creativity level high
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I understand when people say I look top heavy because i'll wear 4+ layers with skinny jeans, about to topple over in heavy winds.. -- but fuji looks proportionate. Sure he's got skinny legs, but...disagree @ top heavy. meh.
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It seems to me that fuji's top heavy look is a stylistic choice. He is significantly sagging very skinny jeans. It creates the long torso, short skinny legs look, which I believe is what he's going for. Slim instead of skinny jeans sagged less would make him look more proportionate, (in the sense of closer to "ideal" proportions" but the look wouldn't be as youthful, and I think fuji is specifically aiming for a youthful look (especially considering what he was saying about wanting to wear more supreme, obey etc.). And fuji is young, so why not? I don't like the tee though... seems to be giving a moob effect.
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I am really disporportioned, I'm not doing anything on purpose to extenuate it. I Barbell curl as much as I squat and my bench is like double my squat so my legs are really thin for my body where as my upper body is fairly built, it isn't moobs.
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