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post #5101 of 117668
Pants are eating those boots, cuff 'em or try pants with a smaller hem
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Originally Posted by cr1234 View Post
I have a feeling I'm going to get lost in the otterchat.
Those pose is awkward (and trust me, I know about awkward poses) but this looks good
post #5102 of 117668
Agreed. Will more than likely get the hem reduced slightly as I not fond of cuffing.
post #5103 of 117668
Can you noobs please start putting a little more effort into your screen names?
post #5104 of 117668
BBS Geller Buttero
post #5105 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Rosenberg View Post
I pretty much agree with everything Xenox just said

I also agree with Xenox, and that's the last I'm going to comment on the subject.
post #5106 of 117668
Shirt fit is sloppy, too.
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Originally Posted by Prada_Ferragamo View Post
No offense, but I don't think this is very flattering on you.
post #5107 of 117668
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Originally Posted by XenoX101 View Post
You base your criticisms on the notion that everyone wants to hide every imperfection on their body to try and be the 'ideal' guy. You're an utter moron.

As someone else put it in another thread, some opinions are purely value judgements, and yours seem to be just that. There's little to no validation in anything you say and it is not implied in your criticism.

I know people love rooting for the underdog, particularly those who are harsh but true in their judgement (which is somewhat common), but you're just harsh. Considering this is a forum about people being constructive and helping eachother in their search for the perfect wardrobe, not verbally assaulting others who don't fit into their idea of perfection, I wonder why you are even here.



This as well, part of your harshness is the fact that you talk down to people, since when were you the judicator of fashion?
cant argue with that +1

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I am new here, but what makes you the expert?

i didnt say i am.....but from the looks of you guys, i would say that getting laid regularly helps

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almost certain it was cherrysweet, banned after 3 posts.

http://www.styleforum.net/member.php?u=71388

all posts were nuked by mods. yet otter has the pic.

otter was that u?

link doesnt work, but i have posted that pic before

i would post pics of her in a thong, but that would get me banned....again
post #5108 of 117668
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Originally Posted by cr1234 View Post
I have a feeling I'm going to get lost in the otterchat.


like the jacket, hate the shoes
post #5109 of 117668
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Originally Posted by dls6128 View Post
Shirt fit is sloppy, too.
Finding a good fit is bit difficult for me. I am considering getting a good percentage of my tops darted as a good percentage fit like this or a just tad smaller. Any idea what that'll run me ?
post #5110 of 117668
darting is the easiest alteration to do. I'm guessing, but maybe ~$10 per shirt at a dry cleaner/alterations joint?
post #5111 of 117668
I wouldn't pay more than $10-15 for darting, ya. I've had it done once, $12 or 13 is what I paid at one of those "alterations while you wait" type places. Had it done in about 20 minutes.
post #5112 of 117668
my vietnamese tailor charges like $5 and $10 for full hem/taper on pants. I think i was her most frequent customer at some point.
post #5113 of 117668
Wow, that's not bad at all. I've been putting off doing it because I thought it cost twice that. Thanks!
post #5114 of 117668
cr1234, need a longer t shirt!
post #5115 of 117668
prada you gotta upgrade those glasses man
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