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Originally Posted by rennavate View Post

Sorry for the lame pic, but I'm wearing this new Wolf vs Goat oxford today. I think it might be a tad too short, so I thought I'd get some opinions on it. The jeans are Naked and Famous Weird Guys, so the rise is a little low. You don't even want to know the shoes I'm wearing.

467

way too short
post #57723 of 117670
I like sam's pendleton coat. He's styled it pretty odiously but it's a good piece, worth keeping. That kind of thing comes back every 15 years, so seeing that he is 18 he might be able to wear it for like, 3 or 4 more cycles.
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Originally Posted by rennavate View Post

Sorry for the lame pic, but I'm wearing this new Wolf vs Goat oxford today. I think it might be a tad too short, so I thought I'd get some opinions on it. The jeans are Naked and Famous Weird Guys, so the rise is a little low. You don't even want to know the shoes I'm wearing.
467

i dont think its that short ... as long as it is the same length in the back. w v g shirts usually fit extremely well. my w v g stuff seems to fit me a little longer.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

way too short

agreed it seems like the side gussets are sitting right at the jean waistline if not bordering above
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if thats the case then it is to short. i think it is a poor pic.
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Originally Posted by nakedundermyclothes View Post

agreed it seems like the side gussets are sitting right at the jean waistline if not bordering above

When my jeans are sagged, like they mostly are in that picture, yeah, the side gussets sit right at the jean waistline. When I have higher rise pants, there's like two-or-so inches that the side gussets fall below the waistline. It's not the greatest picture, though, I know.

I feel like two or three more inches would just make me feel more comfortable, and make the shirt actually able to tuck in. Right now, it doesn't stay tucked in on the higher rise pants. Forget about trying to tuck it in on these lower rise jeans.
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Way too short
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my face censored for your viewing pleasure. takin' the choochoo up to SF to go hiking.

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Ervell Alpaca beanie (no vis)
Folk light rain jacket (has sick taping, Ill snap a pic)
Marc Ecko Vest (lol)
Levis
PS Bud Boot

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timo weiland
dior
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post #57731 of 117670
props for making those shoes look good
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250

Here's a quick and shitty side-by-side of what it would look like about 2.5/3 (not sure the scale here) inches longer...
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Originally Posted by rennavate View Post

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Here's a quick and shitty side-by-side of what it would look like about 2.5/3 (not sure the scale here) inches longer...

Thats like 1 in. But yeah it looks better
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The longer is definitely better. Also, judging by your facial expression, someone made a stink in that bathroom. uhoh.gif
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Mr Moo, I just saw your posts...I don't know the whole history of your body, car, or kitchen, I've only seen a few fits pics from you...

I don't think you mentioned and I am curious--what is your height?

This is very important before concluding if you are "fat" or not. I would put you at no more than 5'8", 5'9" maximum. Your shape is a strange one...you are not "fat guy" as in normal height, normal build, with manboobs, gut, belly tire/love handles....you seem genuinely big-boned. Your legs seem like Doric pillars, built to withstand a thousand earthquakes...may I ask what your heritage is...where did you grow up and where were your parents born and grow up?

I also put you in your 40s. 40s, not 50s....before you said you were 28. I think it's your shape...you are what we call "ripe", I don't think there is an equivalent word in English. I give you an example---take fit pics from ManofKent and Shahishah/The Shah/Ayatollah. Remove the faces, but leave the necks. They are similar in many ways, but ManofKent, with all respect, is ripe...whereas Shah is not. A kid, no matter how obese, is always "unripe"...I think it's your perfect marriage of manly muscle sheathed in fat that gives your ripeness...

Also, what is your lifestyle?
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