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I'm aspiring to be RegisDB9 on a budget.... going for a beachy washed out feel here, still with clean lines though.

Daytime

H&M, H&M, Purcells
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Nighttime (and yeah yeah I know, foot game's the weakest part of my wardrobe right now)

not sure on the color combo here....
H&M, Uniqlo (plus heavy tailoring), Browns
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post #72857 of 117677
Colors look fine on the second fit I think, but I'm not diggin the first one too much. The wash on the jeans, and the pink polo, aren't exactly my favorite.

As you've pointed out, solid footwear is key. I think that you're doing just fine with the Purcells, but if you can find a cheap pair of boots then your second fit will look much better. Granted the quality isn't superb, I think Aldo has a got a pair of Chelseas or side-zips with a nice profile that you might want to check out. satisfied.gif
post #72858 of 117677
the first one makes you look like a frat student

The second looks better, but as pointed out above, needs better shoes.
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i think you should taper those attachments. i want to do the same but i don't know where to go to do it because of its shape. don't want to end up with some botched hybrid between j shaped and straight jeans.
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i like the way sandals look but they're definitely better for certain environments. near the beach is perfect. midtown manhattan...eh, not so much. not to say you can't wear them, but it's grossed me out a bit whenever I have.

This is why I'm pretty much a beach bum, can't go 2 days without some sandals. Even when I wear shoes I go sock-less so I can imagine I'm in sandals
post #72861 of 117677
Black Maison Martin Margiela Polo (My Only Other Polo...and I'm done with them for the rest of the year)
Black Maison Martin Margiela Extra Seam Pants
Black Maison Martin Margiela Boots

Wearing every black piece in my wardrobe (which I hate) but had to match the lady for a thing we had

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post #72862 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

Going for a beachy washed out feel here, still with clean lines though.

Haha hey man I say mix in your own style and you can look better than me

I don't usually do this, but to me the polo fits great on the arm (mid bicep) but maybe see if you can find some polos with 4-5 buttons and smaller/thiner collars so they won't spread out like that and give you more room around the neck, that being said a nice shirt you can roll up is vastly better. Also I would taper the jeans/pants .5 to an inch just from the knees down. If you aren't comfortable going sans socks I would buy some thinner ones or no-shows (I buy cheap ones on ebay). Shoes look fine to me. This is all of course just my opinion
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How do u like those boots Regis? Do they fit wide in the ankle/shin?
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

i think you should taper those attachments. i want to do the same but i don't know where to go to do it because of its shape. don't want to end up with some botched hybrid between j shaped and straight jeans.

don't taper them
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Originally Posted by e0d9n0b5 View Post

don't taper them

+1
I've had them and they just fit slim in the thigh which makes the lower portion look wider. I'd imagine if they were tapered anymore they'd have a very skinny and disproportionate look.
post #72866 of 117677
I didn't taper mine. The waist and thigh eventually loosened up and has a nice slouchy fit now. It wouldn't look right if they were tapered.
post #72867 of 117677

not sure the shoes go with this, but I just got them, so here ya go:

 

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Ashland (Gitman x Epaulet)

Epaulet

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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post


I don't usually do this, but to me the polo fits great on the arm (mid bicep) but maybe see if you can find some polos with 4-5 buttons and smaller/thiner collars so they won't spread out like that and give you more room around the neck, that being said a nice shirt you can roll up is vastly better. Also I would taper the jeans/pants .5 to an inch just from the knees down. If you aren't comfortable going sans socks I would buy some thinner ones or no-shows (I buy cheap ones on ebay). Shoes look fine to me. This is all of course just my opinion

 

^ this is good advice. I would echo all of it.

post #72869 of 117677
snow that tee looks like what all the chicks wear in LA, doesn't look like the cut is any different lol

i don't know why you guys waste your money
post #72870 of 117677
Expensive tees lol8[1].gif
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