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post #5056 of 117668
mine keeps her loubs on
post #5057 of 117668
mine doesn't want to have sex with me right now
post #5058 of 117668
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post
Camera broke again, luckily Canon is replacing it outright with the newest model



N Hoolywood
BoO
Dior 21cm (too big on me..)

Surprised you're not wearing your new N. Hoolywood trousers.
post #5059 of 117668
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post
i love most of your other fits, but this one seems a bit boring. the sportcoat looks pretty average in the pic. maybe it looks better up close. everything else looks good, just don't really like the sportcoat.
post #5060 of 117668
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
fair point man. They do actually physically feel like they could sag a bit, as opposed to my KMWs which just gravitate straight to the point where i wear them and stay there.

I had a pair of 29 weird guys that had / have the same tendency to rise on their own. If the jean is tight on a location with little give, like your hip bone, every wiggle will move it towards an area of less friction, so it rides higher and higher. Many people wearing fitted, raw denim who have a hip to waist ratio >1.0 (ie - hips with no tubby belly) are going to have this issue and it looks like you're in that group.

I corrected my weird guys by doing a couple of things. I found the amount of starch was beyond ridiculous. The legs looked insane and the top block refused to stretch, so I gave them a brief hot soak. Everything about the fit improved. Most notably, when I forced them down at full starch, the button fly splayed open. It no longer does that. I always wear belts, but I use a "larger" diameter with these. I literally wear weird guys lower than everything else I own to make them look right.

This is coming across as a novel, but considering the subject of you vs pants has been rehashed so many times I don't feel too badly about it. Another thing I have learned about the fit of rougher fabrics for my body type is that you have to sag (to whatever degree) denim to obtain lap creases and lap creases are considered hot shit at the 1 yr wash. If you don't have lap creases, your jeans are riding too high.
post #5061 of 117668
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Originally Posted by mlyngard View Post
A friend of the Cohen Brothers is a friend of mine. Unless that's McCain's memoirs you have in your hands.

Interesting note, I got to meet the Cohen bros on sunday, very cool guys, down to earth.

Today:





Vintage Levis Shirt
Tanner Belt
APC Petit Standards
Cons
post #5062 of 117668
mooba I like the overall casual feel of that fit. The one thing I'm not 100% on is the shirt. I know its vintage, but that collar seems a bit big, and the rolls seem kinda halfhearted. I usually roll above the elbow. To SF at large, I will take the lack of comment on my own latest fits as a sign of improvement. Let me know if I'm incorrect in this assumption...
post #5063 of 117668
If you guys are such good friends of the Coens, why can't you spell their fucking names.
post #5064 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Jekyll View Post
If you guys are such good friends of the Coens, why can't you spell their fucking names.

I'm not friends with them, I just got to meet them.

Pardon me for my misspellings.
post #5065 of 117668
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Originally Posted by db_ggmm View Post
I had a pair of 29 weird guys that had / have the same tendency to rise on their own. If the jean is tight on a location with little give, like your hip bone, every wiggle will move it towards an area of less friction, so it rides higher and higher. Many people wearing fitted, raw denim who have a hip to waist ratio >1.0 (ie - hips with no tubby belly) are going to have this issue and it looks like you're in that group.

I corrected my weird guys by doing a couple of things. I found the amount of starch was beyond ridiculous. The legs looked insane and the top block refused to stretch, so I gave them a brief hot soak. Everything about the fit improved. Most notably, when I forced them down at full starch, the button fly splayed open. It no longer does that. I always wear belts, but I use a "larger" diameter with these. I literally wear weird guys lower than everything else I own to make them look right.

This is coming across as a novel, but considering the subject of you vs pants has been rehashed so many times I don't feel too badly about it. Another thing I have learned about the fit of rougher fabrics for my body type is that you have to sag (to whatever degree) denim to obtain lap creases and lap creases are considered hot shit at the 1 yr wash. If you don't have lap creases, your jeans are riding too high.

hmmm. i gave my KMWs an initial hot soak. to be honest i don't have a problem with where they sit. it's right on the hip bone. like 3 inches below my belly button. They do ride up a little sometimes, but i still get the lap creases and shit.

I'm gonna sag the RJBs a little though. The cut actually physically feels like they can sag. so i'll wear them lower than my hip, more towards my hip joint.
post #5066 of 117668
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
Someone posted it here many months ago. Could otter just be some 16 year-old kid who is good at finding photos on the internet?

haha if that isnt my wife, well there must be some pissed off husband out there
post #5067 of 117668
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Originally Posted by otter View Post
f
even better...you look like a different person

you just need to get a proper hairstyle,ok
thanks otter.
usually just get buzz. it's getting a little long in the sides there.

What hairstyle would you recommend for my face shape?
post #5068 of 117668
Soccer night.


Jacket: G-Star
Jeans: G-Star Core Sec
Hoodie: HeadHoods (American Apparel)
Shoes: Sneaky Steve Cornhauler White

**forgive terrible pic, please?**
post #5069 of 117668
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Originally Posted by m00ba77 View Post
So basically what we've come down to is that I'm fugly.
Fair enough.
.

you are an attractive man in a professorial sort of way.

Unfortunately most guys on SF are into asian twinks or power tops......otters not so much
post #5070 of 117668
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post

nice job ARW. I like your style a lot.

is that housing you are near in college park?
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