Jacket is 2003 CDG. Yeah, sorry about the crappy pic >< I tried to mimic the juxtaposed fabrics of the jacket with my other choices while keeping the same palette, don't know how successful I was Sheesh, never realized how thin my legs look in those pants, the lens sure isn't helping The shoes will be stashed away soon, still new to investing in fashion so my feet are the last thing I think of Yeah its some old RL jacket The blazer is loose, thick, and hairy, so it needs something more substantial under it. Denim might have been too 'hard' though. They layered it over a long overcoat in the runway show for true hobo status. I tried the same at home and it came out well. Layered outerwear is kind of in theory, but this coat/blazer was definitely designed with that intention. Thanks for the critique/suggestions. Must...build...wardrobe...
man, it is difficult for me to wear a shirt under a sweater. Well, actually, it's pretty difficult for me to wear a shirt in general. I've taken to wearing shit mostly unbuttoned over a vneck with jeans and boots to the office every day. It probably looks like shit.
First one of yours I didn't particularly like. Shirt seems to get wider below the chest down to the hem, which isn't super flattering. Jeans just look overly sagged instead of just low-slung. Plus you look like you're about to flip out on some guy to your immediate left in the first picture. Part of it might be the lack of outerwear, which tends to be spot-on in your pics.
thanks, its good to hear constructive criticism. for sure wasnt one of my best, but it was very comfortable and i was experimenting with wearing a t over a sweater, which ive never really done before.. i have outerwear that probably would have worked well but it wasnt really cold enough for it.
I tend to wear my most of my jeans pretty sagged.. ive always just found it more comfortable.
The t i think fits me very well... if it looks like its getting wider down to the hem, sadly its just because i have kinda wide hips relative to the rest of my body.