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Originally Posted by Rincon View Post

Are faces obscured because it's still shameful to be men who enjoy fashion?

In my impression it's because you want to stay completely anonymous or because you're looking weird/pic didn't come out right. The latter is why I do it redface.gif

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need to find my camera cord
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plokhov / plokhov / nudie / boots
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plokhov so good
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too bad plokhov charges like 10 bucks per square inch of coolness
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wow, that hagg look doesn't look like a hagg look at all. (in a good way)
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

 

Also not feeling the boots in that outfit. The heel seems to be pretty tall.

 

I wanted to wear some shiny black combat boots or black derbies, but I don't have any shog[1].gif.  That will be remedied, though.

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Uhm, I don't think so. We were on Union Lane.

 

 

 

You got it.

 

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Originally Posted by hoozah View Post

is this your honey moon or something?

 

Haha, no, although it sort of felt like that. We "had to" go to Germany for our friends' wedding so we took some extra time to see cousins in England and travel around a bit in Europe.

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I agree with most of hendrix's criticisms, but these two are silly to put it mildly.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

2. Khaki pants in that shade, with that belt, are awful.

His photo wasn't exactly a white-balanced studio shot, but I call bullshit regardless.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

5. That tie is skinny, but also old fashioned in design. It's not a very good combination.

You covered the tie with #1 (needs a jacket). There's nothing wrong with it on its own, and "modern take on old-fashioned design" kind of describes almost everything in SW&D / fashion, no?

I believe that was how BoO started out, anyway -- the first dozen times I ever heard of them it was their ties (skinny in plainish old-school designs) in GQ spreads back around 2006.

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(If anybody says "but that tie sucks" they are missing the point)
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

The heel seems to be pretty tall.

"nah, brah, my rick wedges are in the mail"

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Yep Exactly what you think it is
B&L Wayfarers
Edit: Heh missed the clip on the Trousers
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I don't think I'll ever like those boots. (Thin sole looks weird) Not saying it has to be the same shade as the belt but brown would be better than that gross shade of gray.
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I just find that particular MMM boot has no shape at all and he is constantly taking photos from a birds-eye POV.

Gray blob on his feet
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post




Yep Exactly what you think it is
B&L Wayfarers
Edit: Heh missed the clip on the Trousers

Great! Although I think it might actually look better without a hidden placket? It sort of looks continous with the seaming "pseudo placket" of the pants haha. Or maybe thats the point smile.gif

Also maybe slightly more fitted at the chest?

Minor details for an otherwise awesome look !
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As much as I like Margiela, I really hate the thicker sole boots. Hence all my boots are the thin soles. In my opinion it kills the side profile. The color looks a lot nicer in person satisfied.gif

Ben I like that minimal sloppiness/ pseudo-Maimi coke dealer, with my Margiela
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I like those boots.

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