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Young hendrix SVB still has much to learn about the ways of the forum.

 

Naaah, hendrix less preppy/sportcoat/shirt than me, and SVB more suit/shirts/dress shoes than me.
Hendrix+SVB+more colors, if anything

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might as well go kill yourself since the internet doesn't like you

paging stilmatic !!
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cool slide

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Originally Posted by derrida26 View Post

might as well go kill yourself since the internet doesn't like you

 

just wanted an answer, but figured someone would write this

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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

cool slide

indeed, dad built the whole thing from scratch(for my younger siblings)

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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

 

just wanted an answer, but figured someone would write this

 

 

haha yeah didn't mean anything by it, I know the feeling

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Aiiight kindofyoung I'll bite w/ a serious critique

It seems you're going for a clean color-blocked aesthetic similar to Jil Sander or to a lesser extent Acne, and your heart's in the right place. Pairing the purple and blue actually works fairly well. But overall, instead of reaching a sort of modernist purity like Jil does, you get a gaudy sleaze. Why is that? A few reasons:

1. The fabrics look cheap. They're all rumpled and flimsy looking. Which would look fine with a more rugged look, but since you're going modernist, you gotta keep it clean maan. I don't usually suggest ironing, but this might be the first and only time.

2. The pants fit awkwardly. Fitted in the calves but all slouchy in the thighs + seat. Looks sloppy :-/

3. What's with the grey shoes? Ditch at once in favor of something-- once again-- pure/clean/whatever.

4. Swap out that weird henley for a plain tee. Remember: simple n' clean.

Peace be the journey.
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Cue hendrix's comments about the great color palette


what can I say it's a nice fit and the cut of the blazer is good too.

I like.
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Oh but shoes are a bit weak, and i think you need different sunglasses or a hair cut or something
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Aiiight kindofyoung I'll bite w/ a serious critique
It seems you're going for a clean color-blocked aesthetic similar to Jil Sander or to a lesser extent Acne, and your heart's in the right place. Pairing the purple and blue actually works fairly well. But overall, instead of reaching a sort of modernist purity like Jil does, you get a gaudy sleaze. Why is that? A few reasons:
1. The fabrics look cheap. They're all rumpled and flimsy looking. Which would look fine with a more rugged look, but since you're going modernist, you gotta keep it clean maan. I don't usually suggest ironing, but this might be the first and only time.
2. The pants fit awkwardly. Fitted in the calves but all slouchy in the thighs + seat. Looks sloppy :-/
3. What's with the grey shoes? Ditch at once in favor of something-- once again-- pure/clean/whatever.
4. Swap out that weird henley for a plain tee. Remember: simple n' clean.
Peace be the journey.

 

1. That would never have crossed my mind, definitely gonna try
2. Don't get why they look so weird in the pic, they honestly look like every other slim-fitting chino-ish pant irl
3. I'm on the lookout for new ones and have been for a while, want a pair of 100 % white high-tops
4. I could, If I had any other tees that actually FIT me, this one, and the same one but blue-ish are the first ones i've bought who actually fit ^^

 

And the tee is actually more red than purple rolleyes.gif

 

EDIT: oh and thanks smile.gif


Edited by kindofyoung - 6/28/12 at 4:24pm
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

Oh but shoes are a bit weak, and i think you need different sunglasses or a hair cut or something

 

Hah yeah I know, trying to find some sleek 100 % white high-tops, but havent found THE pair for me baldy[1].gif
Sunglasses, I've tried a lot of different kinds, and these we're the best I found atm I bought them and desperately needed a pair.
But I plan to get a pair of Oliver's Peoples or turn an old pair of Giogio armanis into one.
Hair cut...pun intended?

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Yeah i know same thing as erryday but it's what I'm wearing and i'm posting to try make sure I don't get bored...only a couple of months till spring and then i can wear ervell again and then summer i'll drape my balls in linen...

ma.strum
ervell
epaulet
piergiacomi
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post


Yeah i know same thing as erryday but it's what I'm wearing and i'm posting to try make sure I don't get bored...only a couple of months till spring and then i can wear ervell again and then summer i'll drape my balls in linen...

 

 

 

 

Pants details?

Edited by kindofyoung - 6/28/12 at 5:10pm
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updated, they're epaulet.

Spoiler the quote please, no need to have the same pic twice in a row
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

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Yeah i know same thing as erryday but it's what I'm wearing and i'm posting to try make sure I don't get bored...only a couple of months till spring and then i can wear ervell again and then summer i'll drape my balls in linen...
ma.strum
ervell
epaulet
piergiacomi

 

 

Isn't it kind hot outside? lol

 

looks good tho

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Not in the southern hemisphere...
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