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lol knucks are you trolling, because I remember you from way back when and you definitely knew how to put together at least a passable outfit.
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Originally Posted by BubblyMasquerade View Post

lol knucks are you trolling, because I remember you from way back when and you definitely knew how to put together at least a passable outfit.
Those outfits probably did not include tucked in button-downs and/or the button-downs were covered with a vest or something:slayer:

And I probably did not weigh close to 200lbs then.
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acecow, picture doesn't show the shoes well but those are White's SD boots..
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What I wore to school today

 

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Would love some critiques and suggestions. Especially on the jeans. They are N&F skinny guys. I've slept in them once to stretch and only worn them the second time today. They are a lot more comfortable in the thighs but I would like them stretch a little bit more. 

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colors don't mesh well
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Jeans look good, shirt is fine. I'd suggest some different sneakers though. Like, I don't know how exactly to say it, but they kinda look like toys. Toy shoes. If that makes sense. Childish.


Unless you're going for childish. But, in that case, make sure (as hoozah mentioned) that the colors mesh well.
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summer

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I have the same shoes in all black and another in gray? Would that be better? They're both really beat up and worn down, which I actually like(both the look and comfort). That's also part of the reason why I'm wearing these bright red ones, I'm trying to break them in and beat them up. Thanks for the critique though

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bottom looks awks
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Originally Posted by Master Milano View Post

bottom looks awks

me or dbear?

post #68246 of 117666
knucks doesn't need shirts that are smaller in the should. it only looks like he does because his traps are so big.
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Random Thought. GDL is probably the best at describing what is wrong with a fit.
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

knucks doesn't need shirts that are smaller in the should. it only looks like he does because his traps are so big.
This is very true. The traps make whatever shoulders I have slope. This I can deal with, the tightness in the chest, you are all right, I need more room there.

Returning this shirt and the same type in white, the search for a well-fitting oxford continues.
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Un-inspired, I know. But I needed to redeem myself. Changed the pants and shoes. I think it looks better.

 

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Originally Posted by knucks View Post

This is very true. The traps make whatever shoulders I have slope. This I can deal with, the tightness in the chest, you are all right, I need more room there.
Returning this shirt and the same type in white, the search for a well-fitting oxford continues.

try wolf vs goat. whats your chest/neck measurements?
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