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1400 this time with the shirt open (Click to show)
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EG Dayton
EG Fatigue shorts
OL Tee
Vans

I think this looks great except for the vans.. the colour is out of place here, plus they look too "new" to go with the rest of the fit.
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

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.

jacket too long counselor
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Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

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.

if it's to be baller it should be a codpiece... a gilded, python-skin codpiece lined with Vicuna cashmere to keep your nuggets cozy! lol8[1].gif
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kunk got leaner
post #70371 of 117668
Jacket is not too long.

What's going on with kunks elbow?
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torn tricep
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

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.

ask the tailor for angled hems, so the back is a little lower than the front.

but, I think a little break looks best anyway, unless you're going for a super short, 60s Motown look.
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Lionheart Biker
"give me that sweater! ps: sneakers don´t look too good"

1234
"sneaks look bad but I like the rest"

I was going to wear black derbies but I didn't really do anything other than errands

what do you suggest though
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Go goth ninja bro.

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Go goth ninja bro.
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Lionheart Biker
"give me that sweater! ps: sneakers don´t look too good"
1234
"sneaks look bad but I like the rest"
I was going to wear black derbies but I didn't really do anything other than errands
what do you suggest though


They look quite "flat" to me, for lack of a better word. But the rest is really nice. Sweater is baller.

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This is a big improvement over the first fits you posted.

A short-sleeve shirt or polo would make it better still IMO. Long-sleeve button-ups don't look right with shorts.

Don't listen to Douchey McGee below me, the shorts are not too long by any standard and you don't look awkward at all (though lots of your early pics did).
Edited by GoldenTribe - 6/6/12 at 9:10pm
post #70380 of 117668
the belt sucks, your shorts are too long, and you look awkward.
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