Really awesome kiryuyrik stuff brad. Fabric on the jacket looks nice and crumply Re wool sweat trousers: a lot of designers are doing them in diff cuts. Neil Barrett, kva, lanvin, undercover are all some that I've tried. Really like the Neil Barrett wrinkled wool ones I've got.
juun j has some sweet spaceman ones w ribbing at the hems. kind of $$$$ though. would kop on sale and if 46 fits tiny people
Shirt needs to be taken in at the waist and dbs replaced with some alden plain toes or some shit.
This would make a huge difference. Get a tailor to dart the back, maybe taper the sides. It helps a lot with the shirt pooching out.
Originally Posted by johanm
NOBD does this type of look much better. I would either:
- replace raw jeans with something more faded, or
- replace the OCBD with something more dressy looking
In either case, would change the shoes and belt for something browner and/or darker, and lose the jeans cuffs.
Why would you go with a dressier shirt here?
Overall, I don't have a problem with the shirt/jeans combo. Tucking into low-rise jeans pretty much always looks awful, but these are more of a mid-rise. The jeans need to be broken-in a bit more, which is is pretty much always the case with fresh raw denim.
Originally Posted by brad-t
I don't think it's that bad, but it's certainly much different than when I left my place -- NYC subways are humid as fuck.
I like the fit, brad. Also, I think your hair looks fine - goes well with the aesthetic.
Originally Posted by Dapp
^Probably only need one post...
I do love where Hagg is going though. Seems to suit him a lot more.
I've almost commented on this type of post several times in the past, but im going to go ahead and throw this out there: every time I post a different kind of fit, somebody usually says that they "like the direction that I'm going in." the thing is, I'm not necessarily "going in a new direction," I'm just trying something new. I've only been here for a year, and I haven't yet settled into any one clothing genre (not sure that I'd want to anyway). I have jeans and tees that I fall back on as standard stuff, but no real "fashion direction.". Thanks for the support, though.