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cool. edit: is that a henley or a mandarin collar button up?
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Jwied still one of the most consistently good posters, and FlyingLotus that jacket is awesome.
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Big fan of a lot of your fits FlyLo. Love that jacket. Making me regret not grabbing a floral print Yohji jacket while I was in the states. Nice look Jwied.
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ljubel, maybe try a pant with bigger hem because you have pretty big thighs. also not a fan of the cuffing, just hem the pants
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sickest worn black apc's ever how long have you had/worn those?
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Originally Posted by LJubel328 View Post
I agree with you on me appearing to have a beer belly. This happens from whenever I tuck my shirts in and after walking around for awhile the shirt tends to come undone. Most of my shirts fit me, or so I believe. With my body composition (broad shoulders, skinny waist) it is so hard to find a shirtmaker that fits me correctly. Eventually when I have the money I will get some shirts custom made. Lastly, my pants are hemmed... how should they be changed?

You can get most shirts darted and/or tapered. Someone else said recently that any shirt worth buying is worth tailoring.

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Too fucking hot for fashion



No real point in posting the video beyond the name of the song.

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ljubel, maybe try a pant with bigger hem because you have pretty big thighs. also not a fan of the cuffing, just hem the pants

I disagree. Thigh circumference doesn't need to determine hem width. And I really dislike those shoes, but I don't think the jeans necessarily need to be hemmed. Maybe just cuff them once instead of double-cuffing or rolling or whatever you're doing there, and with different shoes.
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sickest worn black apc's ever how long have you had/worn those?

I guess about 3 years now, maybe 4. They are the old Cure cut, which i dont like as much as the new cure but its still pretty good. I wore them primarily as work jeans for a good while after i got them, which broke them in pretty well. but they are pretty much retired now, i only wear them every once in a while.

edit: looked back and found some old pics, looks like i got them early 2007, so ive had them for about 4 and a half years.
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Too fucking hot for fashion



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holy shit it's jack from lost
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[quote=notwithit;4651667]You can get most shirts darted and/or tapered. Someone else said recently that any shirt worth buying is worth tailoring.

I have gotten some of my shirts tailored, I guess I should just get them taken in more?
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You can also add box pleats w/ a hand held steamer, i just found out.
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I have gotten some of my shirts tailored, I guess I should just get them taken in more?

Possibly. Some shirts need darts, some need tapering, some need to have the pleat in the back (only some shirts have this) sewn down the length of the back (a la BoO), and some need a combination of the above. It all depends on how the shirt fits you. You need either a good tailor who understands what kind of fit you want and can make the right call, or you need to figure it out yourself and be very specific with your tailor regarding what you want done.

Or learn to tailor yourself, or order MTM.
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A tailor can't do anything about flying squirrel arms.
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Originally Posted by jwied82 View Post
I guess about 3 years now, maybe 4. They are the old Cure cut, which i dont like as much as the new cure but its still pretty good. I wore them primarily as work jeans for a good while after i got them, which broke them in pretty well. but they are pretty much retired now, i only wear them every once in a while.

edit: looked back and found some old pics, looks like i got them early 2007, so ive had them for about 4 and a half years.

damn that's a long time! I was considering picking up some black apc's but their notorious resistance to fading was kinda off putting . Now that dior mij prices have shot through the roof I gotta reevaluate my choices
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