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Originally Posted by Listi View Post

Just gotta comment on this shit. IMO, this shit would be baller as fuck if you didn't throw in as many quirky accessories. I mean, if I saw you at a party, I'd still walk up to you and be like, that shit is awesome I want to know you just because you dress this well, but I feel like the over-accessorizing (imo) leads you to looking like you're trying super hard. If it looked like you woke up and just threw that shit on, it'd just add another level of amazing. My two cents to someone who probs rocks his shit harder than I do on a day-to-day, not trying to criticize just one of those oh god so close to perfection thoughts. Like the green tie + hat + tie pin is amazing, upsidedown gingerbread man tacked on to the shirt is like ???? WHY IS THIS NEEDED.

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Originally Posted by Listi View Post


Just gotta comment on this shit. IMO, this shit would be baller as fuck if you didn't throw in as many quirky accessories. I mean, if I saw you at a party, I'd still walk up to you and be like, that shit is awesome I want to know you just because you dress this well, but I feel like the over-accessorizing (imo) leads you to looking like you're trying super hard. If it looked like you woke up and just threw that shit on, it'd just add another level of amazing. My two cents to someone who probs rocks his shit harder than I do on a day-to-day, not trying to criticize just one of those oh god so close to perfection thoughts. Like the green tie + hat + tie pin is amazing, upsidedown gingerbread man tacked on to the shirt is like ???? WHY IS THIS NEEDED.

your opinion is appreciated. I don't go as overboard as I used to with my accessories. The first 2 pics are pretty old but the reason I like both looks so much is because it reminds me of how I used to go all out with the accessories.

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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

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reworked the boots and swapped out the pants for something slimmer...
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(Prices - out of curiosity to show I spend nearly as much on tailoring as the original items)
Beige Jacket (Harrington?) - Prada
red check shirt - Club Monaco (shortened and darted $29 +20)
Brown leather belt - Uniqlo (shortened $20 + $7)
Green khakies - Uniqlo + Tailoring (slimmed and hemmed $30 + $20)
Brown boots - Timberland ($50)


You're a pretty skinny dude so the slimmer fitting pants look much better on your body. I think you'd do really well if you looked for some sleeker footwear as well—the Timberlands have got a bit too much beefiness in the toe box as well as throughout the rest of the foot.

And, though I don't know what your face looks like, maybe going clean-shaven might not be a bad look for you. Really next-level-cool facial hair (like I guess any part of one's style?) can require pretty thorough cultivation. (Unless you're trying to grow out a massive knucks-esque beard; or religious reasons, etc.)

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Thanks everyone for the comments...
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

the arm is awesome!!
whats the ring and pants?
i think a better angle would help with proportions biggrin.gif

pants are silent...think they're called 'palu'
ring is stolen girlfriends club....local brand
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^this right here is an example of an excellent new poster all you noobz take notes
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Originally Posted by 1969 View Post

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If you did not realize, my post was 90% compliment 10% criticism. The OP understood.
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I think he was referring to the intensity of your post being similar to someone who is, as the kids say, tripping balls.
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Now, back in my BNY outlet days, I sold LVCs that were unsanforized-- they even came with a huge sticker warning buyers about the massive shrinkage that was about to go down.
Is that the case with yours? Because then there would be no hemming needed. Mother nature would take care of it.


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Huh, that's funny—my jeans just have "FUCK YOU" written on the inside. It's both a blessing and a curse.
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Originally Posted by wootx View Post


Nice.
How does Cos knitweat fit (that is, chest size vs sweater's)?

 

This probably isn't what you want to hear, but it tends to be all over the place - some are deliberately oversized, some are cut nice and boxy, some regular and some slim. From my experience I'd say try in person.

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TOJ
Uniqlo
Geller
Marginal

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Originally Posted by The-Arm View Post

Thanks everyone for the comments...
pants are silent...think they're called 'palu'
ring is stolen girlfriends club....local brand

Thanks bud! Oh yeah.. I forgot to ask about the boots biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Burial View Post

This probably isn't what you want to hear, but it tends to be all over the place - some are deliberately oversized, some are cut nice and boxy, some regular and some slim. From my experience I'd say try in person.

ahah well I guess I'll go this way, since I always fall between S and M... Do they have any physical store in europe, or should I just go with trial and error online shopping?

edit: nevermind, they have several. Found one in milan, but it's quite a long way so i'd rather order stuff online
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Love that the sizing advice is right there on the label

If every designer did that, we'd have no more wars
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