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I know this is probably terrible, but I saw the shirt and the pants in my closet and I had to put them together at least once. The red pants were a hot topic of discussion for the "Terrible Fashion Blogs" thread a few months ago, actually.

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Squats and Oatz + Gomad. You'll look like kunk in no time.
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Originally Posted by acecow View Post

I think the jacket seems formal in photos, but it's not. It's a cotton/hemp blend that comes off as quite casual in real life, especially since the jacket is quite wrinkled by itself. White OCBD = definitely, but I don't own one.

Ok, jumping here. I would get a shirt with a slightly floppier collar, I dunno if it is spread but if it is just burn it, spread collars are for bankers and british people and no one wants to be that. Otherwise it looks ok but not perfect. I don't like ribbon belts so I won't comment, nothing constructive to say. I don't see why this fit wouldn't be ok with sneakers but the black laces are annoying (you already knew). I don't think you're going for rumpled + dorty sneakers (like I often do) so I'd just get repettos for summer or some clean white sneakers (say the always popular common projects).
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the jacket is formal as much from the cut as from the fabric. an informal blazer is something like this:
http://www.breathnaigh.org/.a/6a0134856e869e970c0148c6c4f5ad970c-popup

i'm wearing a tan cotton Thom Browne sportcoat with some square military pockets, might be cut like his other jackets but it certainly has a casual vibe.
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I'd be a fucking millionaire if I got a dollar for every time someone said that. Some people just don't get fatter than they are, regardless of how much they eat.

Thanks for the compliment on the shoes ;]

No, that's called being a slim teenager, you'll get a gut at 25 like everyone else who is slim but eats like a pig.
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If you see someone with a linen shirt with spread collar next week in Paris, Fuuma, it's not me.
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If you see someone with a linen shirt with spread collar next week in Paris, Fuuma, it's not me.

I'll be in Kenya in a natural reserve doing a Hemmingway but thanks.
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No, that's called being a slim teenager, you'll get a gut at 25 like everyone else who is slim but eats like a pig.

Shit. I turn 25 in two weeks.
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While not quite as clean as Common Projects, all-white Stan Smiths are pretty basic and about 1/5 of the retail price of CPs:

http://www.adidas.com/us/product/mens-originals-stan-smith-2-shoes/EU023

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Shit. I turn 25 in two weeks.

No worries, I just turned 30 and I'm still rail-thin. All you need to do is exercise compulsively and cut out fried foods, sweets, and heavy dairy products from your diet. Don't worry, though, because you can still drink a ton of beer.

Speaking of which, I'm gonna go to the gym now. I should probably take a beer out of the fridge so it's warmed up to drinking temperature by the time I get back.
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I'll be in Kenya in a natural reserve doing a Hemmingway but thanks.

: ) I'll be safe then. Enjoy your trip.
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Originally Posted by Swiss View Post

 

I'd be a fucking millionaire if I got a dollar for every time someone said that. Some people just don't get fatter than they are, regardless of how much they eat.

 

Thanks for the compliment on the shoes ;]

 

Yeah. I'm 6'0" and working on gaining weight, too (currently around 145lbs). The myth for skinny guys is that "no matter how much I eat, I'll never gain more weight." Not true.

Some strategies

 

1. eat every 3 hours

2. drink lots of whole milk/ whole grains

3. count calories and hit 3000k each day. do this for a week, and if still no weight gain, add 500k and keep going

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Yeah. I'm 6'0" and working on gaining weight, too (currently around 145lbs). The myth for skinny guys is that "no matter how much I eat, I'll never gain more weight." Not true.


Some strategies

1. eat every 3 hours
2. drink lots of whole milk/ whole grains
3. count calories and hit 3000k each day. do this for a week, and if still no weight gain, add 500k and keep going
4. Lift

Unless you just want to be fat
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Unless you just want to be fat

Yes! You need to work out. Just do some push-ups and pull-ups during the day, it's very simple. You don't have to go to the gym, just drop on the floor and do push-ups whenever you think of it.
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Originally Posted by derrida26 View Post

 

 

Yeah. I'm 6'0" and working on gaining weight, too (currently around 145lbs). The myth for skinny guys is that "no matter how much I eat, I'll never gain more weight." Not true.

Some strategies

 

1. eat every 3 hours

2. drink lots of whole milk/ whole grains

3. count calories and hit 3000k each day. do this for a week, and if still no weight gain, add 500k and keep going

 

Some of this is true. The "eat every 3 hours" is one of the biggest fitness myths ever, though.

Also, simply eating 3000 kcal (or whichever random number) probably wont be very effective.

 

Calculate how many how cals per day you should eat. This all depends on age, height, weight and level of fitness. There's lots of decent calculators online.

To gain weight while still looking good (not gaining lots of fat), simply eat more than you the calories you burn, eat clean and start working out. Minimum 3 days a week. Skip cardio. Lift heavy and progressively. 

Obviously there's no simple answer but if you really wanna make sure you do it right, this approach is pretty failsafe.

 

Enough of fitness talk.

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Jack/Knife denim on the Lost Horse Mine trail in Joshua Tree, California

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