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i didn't spend 20k on clothes in a year. not even close. more like 5k. ill-advised purchases in the end but whatever.

but at least i tried something man. you post here all the time and people give you advice and then six months later you post another shitty look just like the last one. get a haircut? nope. size up on your shirts? why do that? you don't get to act indignant when someone points out that people are wasting their breath on you because you never listen to anyone and then justify it by saying "it's just a little hobby for me!" post in the no discussion thread if that's all, then.

if you were a newcomer, i wouldn't have bothered to comment like this. but you've been here for five years

if you put as much effort into dressing as you did summoning cliche insults you'd probably look a lot better.
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

Can't believe you guys are humoring tagutcow with advice. Dude's been here forever and has never improved.

And it's pissy little useless pieces of shit like you who have sapped every ounce of fun out of this thread and made it completely forbidding to newcomers.

Unlike you, I didn't spend $20,000 on clothes in one year (and I certainly haven't seen anything from you that would remotely justify that kind of expense.) In fact, I doubt I've spent much over $2,000 on clothes ever. I know the concept is alien to you, but clothes to me are just a fun little side-interest, they're not something of earth-shattering importance, and I certainly don't need to construct some warped value system around them to fill the yawning moral and spiritual abyss at the center of my being unlike some sniffy humorless pissant pieces of shit I could name. I have a pretty good idea of what I'm doing here, I have a pretty realistic grasp of my limits, and I'm certainly not going to be cowed by the grim, hardened shallowness of the kid who got cruelly but rightly ostracized in high school and now uses the interwebz to exact their revenge fantasy of standing in judgement of all of humanity.
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Originally Posted by cocostella View Post

FOR THE LOVE OF GOD TAGUTCOW, please listen to most of the advice given and fucking go for it. WTF? Seize the day! THIS COULD BE YOUR LAST CHANCE!

OKAY! I'M READY TO DO IT!!! Ummm… what do I do?

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post #65298 of 117677
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

Tagutcow, step one: size up on the t-shirt.

Step 1B: size up on the jeans.

So, realtalk @tagutcow - Your fit doesn't look good. Moreover, it seems like you've been here a long time without changing anything. Do you actually want feedback? If not, it seems like you're just trolling, since you already know the reaction you get when you post a fit.
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

i didn't spend 20k on clothes in a year. not even close. more like 5k. ill-advised purchases in the end but whatever.
but at least i tried something man. you post here all the time and people give you advice and then six months later you post another shitty look just like the last one. get a haircut? nope.

I've gotten a haircut! Several, in fact! It keeps growing.
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size up on your shirts? why do that?

The first time anyone has ever suggested sizing up on shirts was… the post above yours.
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you don't get to act indignant when someone points out that people are wasting their breath on you because you never listen to anyone and then justify it by saying "it's just a little hobby for me!" post in the no discussion thread if that's all, then.

I'm not indignant, but I find your entire attitude disgusting.

And as I've said, it has been extremely rare that anyone has given me any constructive advice.
post #65300 of 117677
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Originally Posted by tagutcow View Post

This is my WAYWT. Fuck you.

Tagut you have been around a long time, you have posted similar pics before and you know what is coming. The response is basically the same every time. I can only conclude that you want to create this type of firestorm and thread derailment. Right?
post #65301 of 117677
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Step 1B: size up on the jeans.

The 5EPs were actually a hair too loose when I bought them. As I've said, they shrank in the wash, and I've probably gotten a little bigger as well.
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So, realtalk @tagutcow - Your fit doesn't look good. Moreover, it seems like you've been here a long time without changing anything. Do you actually want feedback? If not, it seems like you're just trolling, since you already know the reaction you get when you post a fit.

Yes, I want feedback. It would be nice if people appreciated my fits, but it's not absolutely required for me. I post What I'm Wearing Today- as per the thread title- whenever I feel moved to do so. I once posted an outfit I used for walking that I knew objectively was awful, but for some ineffable reason, it made me smile, so I posted it. On the other hand, people actually seemed to like the fit I posted last Christmas.
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how are the million calls for a different haircut not constructive? they are giving you advice on a specific thing they think you need. "you look like shit" is not constructive. "a haircut would help" is. maybe not earth-shattering, but it's pretty simple and seems to be universally accepted as the most obvious place to start.

post #65303 of 117677
tagutcow here is some real advice:

1. buzz your hair
2. buy a casual oxford for $20 from target and roll up the sleeves, sleeve problem solved
3. size up 1 on most of your clothes

you're a slim guy .. you should be looking good. i think you dress to emphasize the worst parts of your body.
post #65304 of 117677
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

kiss of death

Nice. I was being serious, too.
Some of you are acting like kids in high school. It's rather sad, albeit entertaining.

Edited: never mind, not worth it.
post #65305 of 117677
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Originally Posted by tagutcow View Post

The 5EPs were actually a hair too loose when I bought them. As I've said, they shrank in the wash, and I've probably gotten a little bigger as well.
Yes, I want feedback. It would be nice if people appreciated my fits, but it's not absolutely required for me. I post What I'm Wearing Today- as per the thread title- whenever I feel moved to do so. I once posted an outfit I used for walking that I knew objectively was awful, but for some ineffable reason, it made me smile, so I posted it. On the other hand, people actually seemed to like the fit I posted last Christmas.

Ok, so additional feedback:

- No need to necessarily buzz the hair, but it needs some work. Go see a good stylist (you may have to shell out more than you usually do for a haircut) and get some advice on what works for your face, the shape of your head, and the look you want to go for. I don't have the answer, but I don't think your current style is the best look for you.

- You need a little more room in the thighs and top block of those jeans. You could try out N&F Weird Guys, maybe Unbranded tapered fit if you're feeling cheap, and Levi's 501s if you're feeling really, really cheap. If you want something nicer, though, I'm sure Kiya at Self Edge or Gordon at Blue in Green can give you advice on a better-fitting cut. I'm pretty sure there's a thread somewhere dedicated to jeans with more room in the upper leg and top block if you want more options.

- A casual button-front shirt - nothing shiny, stripey, or with a huge collar - with the sleeves rolled just past your elbow will probably look pretty good. You already get shirts tailored, so I'm sure you can get the length adjusted and any tapering or darting added to get a decent fit from a basic OTR shirt; just don't go overboard trying to get a shrink-wrapped fit.

- I'm not a huge fan of the preponderance of wristwear, or the necklace, for that matter, but whatever.

- Try taking your next WAYWT photo outside with natural lighting and no flash. Outdoor photos pretty much always look better.
post #65306 of 117677
please stop picking on the autistic guy

bovine posters: in my conceptual forest no one is neurotypical

in fact such concepts are unknown as they are below our enlightened worldview

ugh... 'world'... what an unbearably small plane

how terra-ble ahahaha
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Nice, what's the jacket?
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seriously, I think that all TG need is:

a haircut

new shirts - NOT NICE ONES! Just ones that are not the usual puke-green, shit-brown, puss-yellow stuff. I don't think green looks that good on you, by the way. any kind of button down, and some longer tees.

a pair of boots. every sneaker you post makes it look like you have an ankle deformity. Something in the vein of the MMM campus boot that Notwithit has (similar, no need to spend that much if you don't want to)
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