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Something from last Sunday's stroll.

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post #63497 of 117670
wish I was working from home so I could wear this again

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what jeans? looks good
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Originally Posted by BubblyMasquerade View Post

damn nukka you got phat.

Visible abs and quad vascularity, fat indeed.
post #63500 of 117670
yet again, the concept of fat on this forum. but why do your forearms look so skinny?
Edited by Coldsnap - 3/9/12 at 9:17am
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Got no idea, grip isn't weak. Was shrugging 120kg for reps double overhand today with no straps and I can deadlift like 190kg now. I think its because I have very large hands, so I don't need to make an effort to really squeeze the bar and I can just let it wrest on my finger tips instead.
post #63502 of 117670
have you been doing exercises for your cheeks too?


edit: the ones on your face
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was going to post more hate but ehh, what's the point

 

Good for you!  Compassion is the new fashion at WAYWT...

 

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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

i want to be you when i grow up :inlove:what docs? did you paint the sole black?is this ringjacket?

hahah, you mean a raffish slacker with a clothing obsession? ;-) docs are the jeffrey model. they have a slimmer profile than the 1460s and no yellow stitching. the sole is still that neutral semi transparent rubber. i think they just look black. and yeah, that's the same ring jacket. japanese co. makes southern italian-esque suits often with weird fabrics. more about it here. run it thru google translator for japanglish explanation. I guess it's a mohair-flannel, but it has that same wrinkly, bubbly quality of boiling. it's also unfortunately kinda itchy-n-skratchy.
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

I know Parker has a lot of SW&D cred but I don't think that suit looks good. I feel like the belt almost hitting the button is really throwing things off. The pants should be lowered a bit.

I agree with you.. pants are riding too high in the photo. This is not my fave suit, I prefer a lower rise and slimmer cut. Or else super loose. This is sort of an in-betweener silhouette.
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Originally Posted by aether View Post

cdhagg - you're doing pretty damn good.
pretty damn good if you're trying to look like generic meterosexual guy. what exactly are you trying to go for?
 
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

CDH:
- Shirt too shiny.
- Pants too low-rise for tuck.

agreed. the silky fabric of the shirt doesnt go well with the rough texture of the denim. melonade said it, go with an oxford smile.gif



 

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Sag your jeans and throw those boots in the trash, I'm tired of seeing them.
And if you're going to wear a button up with jeans, make it an oxford or something, not so dressy. Top and bottom halves are incongruent


Thanks for the comments everyone. 

 

I didn't really think of the versace-esque shiny shirt as "dressy," but maybe I'll have to rethink where I can use the shirt.
 

Aether: I don't really know where I'm going with this.  I think I have some vague idea of how I want to dress, with words like "sleek" and "sexy" attached.  Maybe I've been reading too much GQ, or watching too many Armani runway shows.  confused.gif 

 

post #63506 of 117670
you should start by looking at street style pictures to supplement your consumption of GQ/mass-market-magazine-style. this will help you see how people have styled their fits and may give you some additional inspiration. a lot of GQ styling is sorta formulaic...

i think you're doing pretty good in terms of the way the clothing fits, but you need to work on dat styling.
Edited by aether - 3/9/12 at 10:53am
post #63507 of 117670
Sleek and sexy sounds pretty gay to me.
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Am I doing it right?
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If you are trying to do the GQ thing, you are not doing it right.

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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Got no idea, grip isn't weak. Was shrugging 120kg for reps double overhand today with no straps and I can deadlift like 190kg now. I think its because I have very large hands, so I don't need to make an effort to really squeeze the bar and I can just let it wrest on my finger tips instead.

Ah true, that's certainly heavier than what I can do. Probably just genetics.
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He just needs different pants. Some dark grey/black chinos or cotton/wool blend trousers or even waxed black denim and he'd nail the "look" which is super gay no doubt, but like, whatever.

This is how like 60% of the gay dudes at my gym dress. The other 40% wear mostly Diesel and G Star raw.
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