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post #70351 of 117677
this goes for all clothes, no?
post #70352 of 117677
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I agree with a lot of what you guys are saying, and obviously I'm open about my interest in clothing. However, it gets pretty obnoxious to have to defend myself, clothing is a hobby that lends itself to abuses.
I think you're just reluctant to lay down the nuclear option, which goes as follows:

"Look at my outfit. I'm a bomb ass motherfucker. Now look at yours. See why I spend so much?"

If you ever decide clothing is more important than friends, say something like that.
post #70353 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

why would you be ashamed of your interest in clothes? just don't be a dick about it (I'm wearing a shirt that costs $300!) and recognize that, on a fundamental level, it's meaningless.

I myself also try to conceal my fervent interest in clothing. Sadly, i do feel its demasculating to show a huge interest in such superficial ventures, and the point of swagger is to seem like you don't care what you're wearing, or that it was natural without much thought.

and I still feel dropping $735 on a jacket is exorbitant, and I rather keep it to myslef shog[1].gif
post #70354 of 117677
Thanks for the comments and thumbs for the fit guys
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

I bet you can. devil.gif.

Haha, thanks! Maybe one day when i finally figure out how to work it into my wardrobe. for now, I'll have to just keep lurking and learning ..satisfied.gif
post #70355 of 117677
^^ See, though, everyone cares about clothing to a ridiculous degree, even folks who at a glance wouldn't seem to care at all.

I kind of wish the world would give fewer shits about the types of fabric people drape over their bodies so we can all have fun with our clothinz choices instead.
post #70356 of 117677
mickey shirts for everyone!!
post #70357 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

^^ See, though, everyone cares about clothing to a ridiculous degree, even folks who at a glance wouldn't seem to care at all.

I kind of wish the world would give fewer shits about the types of fabric people drape over their bodies so we can all have fun with our clothinz choices instead.

If it was socially acceptable, I'd just walk around naked
post #70358 of 117677
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

If it was socially acceptable, I'd just walk around naked

 

But you'd have to protect your feet, so baller footwear would be in order.  After all, that's all you'd be spending your money on.  And maybe a baller loincloth.

post #70359 of 117677
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

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Pants too short, jacket w too much waist suppression.
post #70360 of 117677
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need a hem, but a ton of fun. I am very pleased with the fit.
post #70361 of 117677
the kit on shirt is 835? Jesus my lanvin is just 500 at retail.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Pants too short, jacket w too much waist suppression.

I think his left should look wired, and somehow his pocket square area is not flat have winkles
post #70362 of 117677
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Originally Posted by andrewgreg View Post

the kit on shirt is 835? Jesus my lanvin is just 500 at retail.

I think his left should look wired, and somehow his pocket square area is not flat have winkles

Well, I'm almost certain that the Lanvin has no hand tailoring whatsoever, no?
post #70363 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Well, I'm almost certain that the Lanvin has no hand tailoring whatsoever, no?

No it doesn't. The word hand tailoring sounds so fancy for a RTW shirt.
post #70364 of 117677
1400 this time with the shirt open (Click to show)
1400
EG Dayton
EG Fatigue shorts
OL Tee
Vans
post #70365 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post


Pants too short, jacket w too much waist suppression.

 

Agree on pants, not on jacket.

 

frustrating because I wanted no break and this was how they came out. I think in order to do "no break" I actually need pants that are less tapered so the front is hitting a lower point on the shoe, if that makes any sense. With the smaller leg opening on these, the only way to achieve no break is to hem them this short.

 

I've since switched to just asking for a slight break since I prefer my pants to be tapered more than I prefer them to have no break.

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