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Originally Posted by derrida26 View Post

went to like this comment, then realized hagg wrote it.

Just block him. I finally did. Never bothered engaging in an argument, but every post of his just pissed me off a little more. SF is way better now nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by oneeightyseven View Post

I don't know, to me dad jeans always are jeans with really a long rise and give you somewhat of a mangina.

You're thinking of mom jeans

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Originally Posted by oneeightyseven View Post

I don't know, to me dad jeans always are jeans with really a long rise and give you somewhat of a mangina.

here is an actual mangina wearing dad jeans lol8[1].gif ( no politics )

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(btw.. you gotta click on this pic to enlarge for its full effect and glory of gunt, poopy pants or whatever other hilarious term y'all can come up with!)
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

It's more the fit. Just like how MOM jeans are about the top block seemingly engulfing half of the woman's torso and not the wash of those jeans.

Mom jeans create the gunt effect. Combination of gut and well you know

Dad jeans (1) produce the dreaded poopy butt, (2) have a sloppy, incoherent hem situation, and (3) compel you to tuck your tshirt onto your jeans.

Neither of these will ever be sf approved.
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post

Mom jeans create the gunt effect. Combination of gut and well you know
Dad jeans (1) produce the dreaded poopy butt, (2) have a sloppy, incoherent hem situation, and (3) compel you to tuck your tshirt onto your jeans.
Neither of these will ever be sf approved.

I didn't mean they have the same fit, just that the fit in general is what makes them mom or dad jeans and not so much the wash.
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Apk, I was just elaborating on your point, I agree with you

Kid, those are dead on momjeans, I tried to +1 but fukin Huddler does not let me do this on iPhone or iPad, good grief.
Edited by DLester - 2/26/12 at 8:48pm
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Originally Posted by TWorksheets View Post

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WWM, our legacy, steve alan, vtg levis, cons
New shirt. Awesome-ugly or ugly-ugly? I swear to god I used to have a couch upholstered with this same material...The jacket/blazer is a recent purchase too, and while I like the material, I think its a bit on the short side.Detail shots and close-ups below: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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eh, personally I think the shirt is really ugly, like the cardi and agree the jacket is too short...
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Inverallan, Sunspel, H&M, Sanders, For those who find it too dull: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
With apologies to Bows & Neofinita who do it better... wink.gif
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sorry to be a voice of dissent but while I like the fit and style of the top, I don't think that particular shade or maybe even purple in general is a good color for you.
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Missoni/balenthiaga/clarks.  Been trying to figure out how to do the ugly sweater thing.
eh, just looks like an ugly oversized sweater to me, don't care who made it. also the color's too close to the pants. maybe go with slim jeans instead so instead of just overall looking sloppy it looks like you know what you're doing and wearing an intentionally baggy top? whole color palette's just bland though
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Thanks for all the "Likes" guys.

Lots of good fits here lately. Loving tweens last look and tworksheets, MoK, Uncontrol at Anna Sui and the return of PinkPanster.
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MIssoni looks like a kenneth cole sweater.
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

eh, just looks like an ugly oversized sweater to me, don't care who made it. also the color's too close to the pants. maybe go with slim jeans instead so instead of just overall looking sloppy it looks like you know what you're doing and wearing an intentionally baggy top? whole color palette's just bland though

 

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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post


I'm not sure I like that pattern, but with some trousers it might look nice. Those jeans are too matchy with the sweater in color. As played, the shoes need to be darker or greyer because you've got the drab faded thing going all the way down except the shoes.
edit- I know these are sold out but some kind of funky unis chinos like these oxblood would be cool with that IMO.
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

less monochrome, less clarks, more weird. pink jeans. white sneakers. word.


 

This was less of a 'waywt' post and more of a help post, lol.  The fit of the jeans is ok (or it used to be), it's sort of a shitty pic.  I might actually throw them in the wash (even though they're dry clean only) just to shrink them up a bit; they stretched like mad.  I wear this sweater every once in awhile when i don't give a fuck and kinda wanted SF's input.  I think the ideal look for this would be skinny jeans and weird high-tops.  Thanks for input guys.

 

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BLUR VISION but you can see the general deets:
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I'm a dad

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(Pic from last year.)
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The jeans are fine, relax. There's nothing dad-like about the fit at all. I'm picking up my tailored washed out 501s from the tailor today, gon be good icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Besides, the washed out jeans fit perfectly in with the Our Legacy aesthetic.
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Originally Posted by afc345 View Post

The jeans are fine, relax. There's nothing dad-like about the fit at all. I'm picking up my tailored washed out 501s from the tailor today, gon be good icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Besides, the washed out jeans fit perfectly in with the Our Legacy aesthetic.

Yeah for sure, I think the whole thing looks great. My only gripe is that the shoes are too clean. beat to shit wouldn't look good either, but just not so box-fresh would be perfect. Also I hate chucks but whatever
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