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that fit is dope tho
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of all the people you pick to defend New Balances you pick the one that's actually a dad facepalm.gif

you jelly i didn't pick you bro?
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denim shirt
lark & wolfe
levis blue bell
CP achilles
scotch & soda bag
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First person to figure out what my royal mostly inebriated ass is wearing wins...nothing.

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First person to figure out what my royal mostly inebriated ass is wearing wins...nothing.
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toj
?? oxford
dior?
mmm

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I agree Medium looks a great deal better!  Still looks snug though around the gut, especially near the waist where your shirt tails are coming apart pulling on the bottom button.  Try doing some shoulder presses lateral lifts every other day and you'll fill out an L perfectly. Remember no one cares if you're an L or XL if it FITS, took me a while to realize that tag sizes shouldn't get us down.  Spent years buying and then selling jeans because I REFUSED to recognize that I'm a 34 not a 32 now I'm at peace with my waist size.  (although I'm still a 32 in cheapo american vanity size brands lol)
 

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See, I think that looks better. Is there a reason you usually go with a small? It doesn't look too big anywhere that would seem to necessitate going down a size. I hate to agree with miran, but given the small increase in measurements for the next tagged sized in Epaulet shirting, you would probably even look better in a large.


 

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i promise my dog isn't sad, she just has a sad beagle expression.

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filippa k
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Maybe he just needs to work out a bit to fill in the shoulders and neck..

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Maybe he just needs to work out a bit to fill in the shoulders and neck..

Who, teger's dog?
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Maybe he just needs to work out a bit to fill in the shoulders and neck..

I agree. See how he's slouching? It looks like that collar is going to fall off his neck. He can barely hold the leash up!
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she. it's a girl! and synthese, no, despite being a beagle she doesn't really bark, only sometimes when we're not home.

i love talking about my dog.

here she is looking regal:

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Neo, details on that last outfit?  Shoes are mmm right but I have no clue about the rest.



 



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Miran and APK, I don't necessarily disagree with you, but with a large he would risk the shoulders and neck and length (and probably the sleeves, too) being too big. If he could just increase the body of the shirt, that would be ideal.


He could buy a L and selectively dunk the sleeves, collar and shoulder in a vat of boiling water.... 

I've done it w/ buzz ricksons sweaters and its worked reeeeeally well.

 

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Naw the dude that is trying to squeeze himself into two sizes too small epaulet shirts, but is worried that a large with look droopy on his shoulders
 

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Who, teger's dog?


 

 

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My dog does lifts daily:

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He could buy a L and selectively dunk the sleeves, collar and shoulder in a vat of boiling water.... 
I've done it w/ buzz ricksons sweaters and its worked reeeeeally well.

Does it really matter how big the neck is? Seems like kg owns mostly the Epaulet shirts meant to be worn casually, so buttoning the top button isn't something that would seemingly come into play. He also usually rolls his sleeves, so sleeve length isn't so vital, either. I already gave my thoughts on the shoulders. If a quarter inch is a problem for someone, they've got bigger issues than clothing to worry about.
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