I know I need to step up my photography game, but I decided at the last minute to take this and only had a phone and my dirty ass mirror available. Shirt is Paul Smith, dark green corduroy floral-ish print.
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Hah, the little animal is our new dog: a rescue named Lucy. She is stealthy. Wedding band is definitely there. I only take it off at the gym. Photo sucks. Probably shouldn't have bothered. Here's a closeup of the fabric I took some time back with a proper camera. Looks very nice worn, which is why I tried the pic. C'est la vie.
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There are answers to this.
Buying clothes and trying to slim them down has taught me both my measurements and the measurements of the clothing I want. Thigh measurement is an important measurement for raw denim, especially slim, low rise cuts. Common advice is to size by your thigh or to size up for your thighs for certain brands / cuts. Also, thigh size is a point of pride / consternation among lifters / athletes. You become really aware of it when you start working out and those first 3 bottoms you bought when you joined SF no longer fit. How you missed all of this must be some sort of perfect storm of unaware swirling about you.
26" quads, sweat pants erryday until I get enough moneys for new standards or something.
I like the scarf in the Aeglus fit, don't think it looks particularly out of place. Whole fit looks really good, I think it could be improved with a pair of plain dark knit gloves though.