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KJ—are you wearing a turtle neck or a very narrow-necked crew neck under that blazer? Hard to tell. Do like, though.
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KJ—are you wearing a turtle neck or a very narrow-necked crew neck under that blazer? Hard to tell. Do like, though.


Haha, sorry my photography is awful.  It's actually just a regular t-shirt with a decently wide crew neck.  And thanks!  Acecow, the thing is you might actually be right, if I keep these I may hem them a bit, but no one can really take your critique seriously in this thread anymore confused.gif.


Edited by KingJulien - 4/13/12 at 2:26pm
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Not a fan of how much extra fabric there is in these pants—they stretched out waaay too much in the butt and waist.


Emile Lafaurie / some old Gap belt / J Brand / Moma
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I like the idea of the all white shirt/jeans with black jacket and boots kj, but I think the elements could probably be finessed, i.e. jacket fit, pants length. I'm all for stacks, but those might be too much. I think the rise looks fine. it's tough to tell proportions with that crappy photo! better to go where there's more light and shoot straight on, not at a weird angle.
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I had my Chris Kattan summer where every fucking girl I met at a party would think I looked like him (I had an unfortunate haircut).

I hope it wasn't the Mango haircut! ;-)
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KJ, if you have a photo-organizing program (like iPhoto on a Mac, for example), you can possibly play around with exposure, shadows, sharpness, etc. to make your photos a bit clearer. It's not really a totally satisfying substitute for a good camera, but I think (or, rather, I *hope*) that it does the job well enough. (And yeah, I'm well aware—my last photo is definitely not a good example of using good lighting!)
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Plum ruched-seams jacket : Lanvin
Grey sweater : Véronique Branquinho
Blue dress shirt: Uniqlo
Navy cords: APC
White tennis shoes: Adidas

I want that jacket but not at a Lanvin price musicboohoo[1].gif

I like the fit, I'd choose a pant with some taper but that's personal preference.
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but you are a superfluous man, surely u can afford a lanvin jacket.

that same piece (except in navy) has been on my kop list forever. i will find it one day...
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Haha, sorry my photography is awful.  It's actually just a regular t-shirt with a decently wide crew neck.  And thanks!  Acecow, the thing is you might actually be right, if I keep these I may hem them a bit, but no one can really take your critique seriously in this thread anymore confused.gif .

fuck the haters. keep the stacks. i haven't hemmed my diors and i'm 5'6"
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thewho13 has to be the fastest SF transformation ever. Or maybe it isn't even over yet devil.gif
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i just think the first fit was a bad one lol
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Not a fan of how much extra fabric there is in these pants—they stretched out waaay too much in the butt and waist.
Emile Lafaurie / some old Gap belt / J Brand / Moma

get some petit standards
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Left arm is creeping me the hell out
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What's up with all the untucked dress shirts with jeans and sports coats on WYWT these past couple of days? patch[1].gif

Fits would look substantially better with them tucked in, IMO.
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That shirt up there is two sizes too small and what in the fuck is that a cigarillo? At least smoke a petite corona for god's sake.
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