Dirty mirror, stupid towel rack. Have wanted to post a WAYWT for a while but I'm pretty much unable to due to this lens, will post more once I buy a 35mm and a tripod.
J.Crew Peacoat, some random cashmere scarf.
Looks alright from what I can see. Just take the camera outside, balance it on a wall and use the self-timer (well that's what I do).
Originally Posted by jslade
Took a plunge on a relatively new brand - Baron Wells. Purchased a waxwear parka from them, but I'm unsure of whether or not to keep it. It has great details (like tons of yellow lining, which are unfortunately no-vis in this photo), but feels kinda tight in the shoulders and chest. Thoughts?
All stuff I've worn before, thrown together slightly differently. Last time I wore these pants there was an obvious crotch issue, I think wearing them at a better height and with different underwear the problem's been reduced (surgery wasn't an option) to the point that they're wearable in polite company.
Correct. Probably just go with the 35mm since I already ordered it and the tripod, but I'll be experimenting with the wide angle in the next month or two when I'll probably get it and be really excited about it.
Really? A N&M tank under a black tee under a leather or by itself (the way I'm envisioning the look going) is risky? How? I'm honestly curious because I like the look (AA henleys, of all things, have a weird assymetrical hemline/cockbib thing and I like the way it looks poking out of my leather) I just need to figure out how to pull it off the way RFX does.