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like that fit lel. personally i would prefer a vest with a different texture but i like all the rest

for those who have the ervell fairisle from this season, what do you wear it with? i have the ivory and don't find it very easy to pair with my other stuff. (i'm guessing the light blue/red would be even harder, but i dunno)
anyways, this is my attempt today to wear it w/ my other stuff boring i know..

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just give it to me and dont worry about pairing it with anything^^

sick fit epoc.
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you can have mine
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
I dont think most want to see mall brand fits, though. This is a site for hobbyists so you would at least expect people to break the threshold of wearing typical generic mall stuff.

This, to me, is just so wrongheaded, for so many reasons...

For one, all clothes -- mall brand, designer, etc. -- fit different people...differently. What you'll look good in has very little to do with price. For another, I doubt most can actually distinguish 'generic mall stuff' from the SF-sheeple brands. My best fit pic? A military sweater I said was Dior. :P

Hell, 99% of the prized 'hobbyist' looks are just rehashes of other, cheaply available clothing anyway. You can look like a rail worker w/o spending $500. And Lane, the Colombine killers nailed your aesthetic for much less.

It's a little dispiriting, seeing the kidz logging-on and being taught to revere the affiliate brands and dropping all their student loan money on these doll-sized ToJs indistinguishable from the Macy's house brand; it's even worse, a few months later, having to endure their sermons on 'quality', watching them become unpaid evangels for high-priced dreck, when all they might really need -- I'm looking at you, here, Lane -- is maybe just a hug and a cup of tea and perhaps a little tip-off that Evil BJ Novak is not a good look for *anyone*.

Creativity: yes.

Variety: yes.

Unreflective brand-whoring: no.
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Originally Posted by ataru View Post
il ciclista, cool hair, tee goes well with the rockabilly look.
Thanks for the kind words..i'm trying to channel my inner jailhouse rock look lol
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post
ciclista, i think you've got the best haircut-to-headshape ratio on SF. love it.
Flattering, thanks! It did take me forever to find something that worked with my big head haha
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post
just give it to me and dont worry about pairing it with anything^^

sick fit epoc.

lol i'm not giving it to you! it's one of the few knits that has the right sleeve length for me
and it's also an S. i gather you normally wear Ms.
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I don't really like the pushed up sleeves on the fair isle, especially if the sleeves fit you well.
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Originally Posted by noobizor View Post
For another, I doubt most can actually distinguish 'generic mall stuff' from the SF-sheeple brands. .

Yes they can, it's called "fit", a concept you don't have a very good grasp of according to your WAYWTs.
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Originally Posted by G0079 View Post
I don't really like the pushed up sleeves on the fair isle, especially if the sleeves fit you well.

Agreed. Wear that bad boy the way it's made, not only because it would look better but also so douches like me who have a limited wardrobe can see what it looks like fully set on an actual person
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post
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.

God damn, you 'workout' and look like that? You're wasting your time... why do you keep saying your upper body is fairly built?
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Originally Posted by kwoyeu View Post
lol i'm not giving it to you! it's one of the few knits that has the right sleeve length for me
and it's also an S. i gather you normally wear Ms.

nah im definitely a small..
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Originally Posted by Lel View Post
Yes they can, it's called "fit", a concept you don't have a very good grasp of according to your WAYWTs.

Stop and think about this for a moment. No one is built the same; there is no magical price point at which a slim-fit shirt will start looking great on everyone. Some will look good in a Merona shirt and bad in Zegna shirt; others will have the opposite experience.
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That's why you get dress shirts tailored
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Originally Posted by Lel View Post
Yes they can, it's called "fit", a concept you don't have a very good grasp of according to your WAYWTs.

Most people who that also, again, have not handled nice shit and lol @ the above.
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