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post #56206 of 117670
biggskipp the W+H ocbd isn't slim enough to tuck in - way too much fabric in the waist. honestly it's hard to find a shirt that's gonna look really good both untucked and tucked. dress shirts are usually slimmer in the waist and much longer.
post #56207 of 117670
the higher rise pants, when worn right above my waist, makes what appears to be my crotch sit lower. by making the perceived crotch lower it looks like my torso is longer and my legs are shorter.

the boots are Bally.
post #56208 of 117670
so about slim fit dress shirts, how do you avoid the small ripples between buttons when worn tucked? is that a sign that the shirt is not slim enough in the waist?
i find that it may not be the case and has more to do with how tight the waist of the pants are.

bows1: professional fit with that TOJ
post #56209 of 117670
i think with reedo is he needs to stop taking his photos off of mirrors the mirror already messes up your portions. then you add in the camera and angle yea it starts to get bad.

also if you want a slim fit blazer it usually means you don't plan to layer i also learned this the hard way so now 2 blazers 1 is just a button up underneath the other layer whatever.

the w+h probably looks painted on because they are still brand new most likely.
post #56210 of 117670
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Originally Posted by shahanshah View Post

wish this was above the pic, i stared for 12 minutes wondering if you went cross-eyed since last fit. you're still my handsome bandit inlove.gif fit would be better if you wore pants rather than sprayed your legs blue but never mind, the clarks aldens gonna look good cant wait to see you break them in
lol sipang's comment ...

Yea, I didn't have the patience to take another shot. Not giving 110% I guess. Aldens gonna up my pimp game 1000% tho

And Sipang, Couldn't agree more wink.gif
post #56211 of 117670
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

so about slim fit dress shirts, how do you avoid the small ripples between buttons when worn tucked? is that a sign that the shirt is not slim enough in the waist?
i find that it may not be the case and has more to do with how tight the waist of the pants are.
bows1: professional fit with that TOJ

what do you mean? if your buttons are pulling the shirt is too tight.
post #56212 of 117670
^not sideways pull. there is no pulling at all, but from the front and side POV, there is a slight bump usually near where the shirt meets the pants when tucked in. its like a slight roll as if the shirt is coming out, but then forms a slight fold.

e.g. the shirt tucked into pants is not "flat" but comes slightly out.

i've been meaning to take a photo...
post #56213 of 117670
i mean a shirt is never going to fit perfectly flat and wrinkle free...
post #56214 of 117670
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

^not sideways pull. there is no pulling at all, but from the front and side POV, there is a slight bump usually near where the shirt meets the pants when tucked in. its like a slight roll as if the shirt is coming out, but then forms a slight fold.
e.g. the shirt tucked into pants is not "flat" but comes slightly out.
i've been meaning to take a photo...

This is the shit that will drive you insane. There is no "perfect" fit that is sustainable through the various things you do throughout a normal day.
post #56215 of 117670
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

^not sideways pull. there is no pulling at all, but from the front and side POV, there is a slight bump usually near where the shirt meets the pants when tucked in. its like a slight roll as if the shirt is coming out, but then forms a slight fold.

e.g. the shirt tucked into pants is not "flat" but comes slightly out.

i've been meaning to take a photo...

Lol, 2400 posts, and you find shirt tucking to be a mind boggling?
post #56216 of 117670
all these photos online has me fooled.
yeah that shit bothers me like no other when in the office

i find myself in the restroom adjusting it (5)

edit:
the red line ffffuuuu.gif
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Edited by gettoasty - 12/6/11 at 8:34pm
post #56217 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

Slowing coming to the conclusion that I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing. Therefore, this post will have several fits all featuring the same w+h OCBD and Buttero boots. Looking for feedback to see what (if anything is working) and what parts of the silhouette need work.
1. APC NS w/o tuck Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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2. APC NS w/ tuck (yes, I fucked up and wore a black belt with brown boots, my bad) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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2a. APC NS w/ tuck and blazer. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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3. Shades of Grey tweed trouser w/o tuck Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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4. Shades of Grey tweed trouser w/ tuck Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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5. BB twill Milano fit trousers Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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5a. BB twill Milano fit Trousers w/ Blazer Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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6. Filson whipcord pant Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Just for comic relief, this photo showcased "zombie eyes" better than any of the others. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Do I see a puggle in 6?
post #56218 of 117670
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Originally Posted by jwied82 View Post

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One of my favorite posters. How much articles of clothing do you own?
post #56219 of 117670
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Yea, I didn't have the patience to take another shot. Not giving 110% I guess. Aldens gonna up my pimp game 1000% tho
And Sipang, Couldn't agree more wink.gif

Madonna! No. Please, no. Aldens? No, no, no. Already there is enough problem...no humungous boots now. It will be the final spark to totally blow the roof off with your fits. Skinny jeans...beanshoot tapers... and then crowning glory (or bottom glory, rather): giant mushrooms on feet? No no no.

Reedobandito, there are many problems, but we can ignore the hall of mirrors Alice-in-Wonderland M C Escher effect of your photos and the crazy iphone camera lens optics and still, there are many many problems. Let's solve one problem at a time. The biggest problem is you have too much going in a single fit. Colourful shirt, with bold pattern, under Chunky sweater...with pattern...but with a colour that clashes with the shirt...under Tweed blazer...with leather embellishments...with a totally new clashing colour....with fancy trousers...but with a different pattern...and a colour clashing with eveyrthing else....no. no. For you, Less is more...forget the Alden for now.

Incidentally, Alden is becoming all the rage in Europe, among the 0,001% that can afford them...
post #56220 of 117670
bows those pants are almost hendrix level....i think the colour throws it off. a rougher textured gray would look way nicer w/ the knit imho. MDR looks awesome.


reedo - there will come a day when you will regret having so much tightassed pants. you will but on an outfit - nice fitting stuff all around, then you look at your pants and will cringe frown.gif. just wear stuff TTS and it will still be fitted, but not painted. having started and progressed your style seemingly entirely through sf (assumption) i see it transitioning through aesthetics a lot faster than it would "naturally". qed you are going to not like your stuff so much come next year frown.gif.


nocamerafit:
plokhov tanker pants
sasquatfabrix pimp jacket/black cotton knitted tshirt
mr hare black winter boots

why is it in a "professional" setting you arent allowed to wear jeans, but your middle aged female coworkers can dress like lesbian hikers (or i can wear pants w flapping straps) and nobody says anything? sursly
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