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post #55141 of 117670
OK, i shoulda worn this jacket the first time. I think somehow it works better, even with the loafers.

and whodini youre right, the shirt tails sticking out in front, as small as it was, was pretty distracting. tucked that shit in.

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post #55142 of 117670
Would look better with dress boots still. No to the loafs
post #55143 of 117670
Loafers still look awful and the no break look to the chinos isn't great.
post #55144 of 117670
Where has tcwalter been?
post #55145 of 117670
Kent I think one of your biggest problems is the length of your pants. They're always just a bit too short, making the leg opening look bigger and your massive feet look small. I'd say either shorter or longer would be better and in your case longer. You need a break.
post #55146 of 117670
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Rebel Without A Cause fit.
I strive to cultivate look that is truly timeless and classic, equally at home in the past, present, and future.
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notwithit, you need lighter jeans.
And blonder hair.
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Going for more of an "inspired by" than a "duplicating exactly", but I'll upgrade to those (plus a white t-shirt) whenever I put this together as a Halloween costume.
post #55147 of 117670
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post

Kent I think one of your biggest problems is the length of your pants. They're always just a bit too short, making the leg opening look bigger and your massive feet look small. I'd say either shorter or longer would be better and in your case longer. You need a break.

I find that I have long legs and a short torso, so I'm always trying to even out my proportions. I've experimented with different inseam lengths but I find myself always gravitating back to no break; stacks never look good on me IMO.
post #55148 of 117670
^ I think we have somewhat similar proportions (my scrawniness aside), in terms of being tall with a shorter torso, longer legs, and large feet (I also tend to size down on shoes whenever I can). I tend to like stacks, though, since no break leaves a longer visual line along the leg instead of chopping up the legs into smaller segments. I'm probably not putting that very well, but I hope that makes sense.
post #55149 of 117670
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post

Kent I think one of your biggest problems is the length of your pants. They're always just a bit too short, making the leg opening look bigger and your massive feet look small. I'd say either shorter or longer would be better and in your case longer. You need a break.

I find that I have long legs and a short torso, so I'm always trying to even out my proportions. I've experimented with different inseam lengths but I find myself always gravitating back to no break; stacks never look good on me IMO.
You at least need cuffs of some sort if you have no break; it looks really awkward otherwise.
post #55150 of 117670
I think cuffs would just make it look worse with those shoes. Maybe if the hem was smaller or the shoes were chunkier.
post #55151 of 117670
Ivrwi - Really dig this fit, but trying to understand whats going on with the side of the shirt at the bottom; the flip up? Can you explain this to me -_-
post #55152 of 117670
You mean the pants?
post #55153 of 117670
lol bows look at this pic gives you better idea wats happened, belt is holding everything together it would seem

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lv0bqox15Q1qi77hxo1_500.jpg
post #55154 of 117670
we need a diagram, or a section drawing
post #55155 of 117670
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we need a diagram, or a section drawing

voilà, mon fils

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pants outlined in red, the inside/lining of pants in yellow, belt in blue. the blue belt holds up the pants, which aren't buttoned completely at the top (naughty irwi devil.gif) and so one side folds over, exposing the yellow lining.
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