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All true. To be fair, I don't care if I look fat in clothes, I just want it to "fit"
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Damn do you look like rippetoe in that picture. That's like his uniform
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Originally Posted by knucks View Post

All true. To be fair, I don't care if I look fat in clothes, I just want it to "fit"

im not sure but can you sag the side of the pants to make the belt at least looks straight? then it will look much better.
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Style forum, how does my parka fit? This is not a fit, I did not leave the house wearing shorts and a parka, bought it for the winter. It's lands end canvas, was like $40 so I thought I might as well try it out. Considering going down a size.

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uniqlo x undercover / levi / converse x john varvatos

boring, but I love this shirt and wanna make it work
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
is laceless cool on anything but mmm?
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Originally Posted by pronxs View Post

im not sure but can you sag the side of the pants to make the belt at least looks straight? then it will look much better.
Yeah I think when I had these hemmed, I did not have a belt, so they're a bit longer than they should be, I cinch up the belt so this happens..
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^^ holy shit it's 3D from Massive Attack

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It's a pretty good springy fit. Jeans could use some wear though
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Originally Posted by knucks View Post

Tailor Stitch denim shirt came in today. What better time than to show y'all the fit.
Sleeves are too long, otherwise I think it's decent. Tucked in because I'm considering ordering a button down from them..
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The sleeves aren't too long, that's just stacking on your arms!
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Style forum, how does my parka fit? This is not a fit, I did not leave the house wearing shorts and a parka, bought it for the winter. It's lands end canvas, was like $40 so I thought I might as well try it out. Considering going down a size.
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considering they're supposed to fit oversized it seems to fit pretty well
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Originally Posted by andrewsd View Post

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uniqlo x undercover / levi / converse x john varvatos
boring, but I love this shirt and wanna make it work Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
is laceless cool on anything but mmm?

not even on mmm
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Originally Posted by knucks View Post

Yeah I think when I had these hemmed, I did not have a belt, so they're a bit longer than they should be, I cinch up the belt so this happens..

I'm probably repeating myself here but try loosening that belt and wearing your pants lower on your hips rather than up at your natural waist - it should help with the overall silhouette.
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post

I rolled them up half an inch, I guess my tailor was right when he said they were already short enough. I just need to work on my arms to fill them up then.
Eason, it's okay if your clothes aren't skin-tight everywhere, you know
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Thread Starter 
A s/s shirt only looks good when your arms fill up the sleeves. Fucking fact.
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all you guys saying that knucks cant look good in clothing is nearsighted.

will he fit into many niche designers, or most designers period? No, probably not. But I think many of the fits he's posted so far look fine, and flatter his body. I would only recommend wearing his pants slightly lower on the hips. Just get those pants hemmed and I think you got a solid fit there.
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knucks, is it possible for you to untuck the shirt while at work?
could hide the emphasis on your hips...or it can look bad lol
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