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I was keeping those a secret hah! shog[1].gif
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Yeah but its usually styled so it doesn't look SO mullet hah

it's much longer now tho. embrace your inner billy ray cyrus
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Really awesome kiryuyrik stuff brad. Fabric on the jacket looks nice and crumply biggrin.gif

thanks! it's a wrinkled polyester twill. i have the matching pants too, though i don't often wear them together.
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How's nyfw this year? Anna Sui is on your checklist, right?
My friends there but she hasn't had time to see anything yet frown.gif
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I only go to Anna Sui, because my girlfriend blogs about Anna Sui exclusively. I'm just along for the ride. I thought it was her best collection in quite a few years, very fun.

She got mobbed by photographers! http://instagram.com/p/PfvYLbh5WC/
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Whoa, your gf is famous icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Must've been a cool experience!
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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.
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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.
eh.gif 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.
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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.
Hair doesn't bug me at all. Kind of a 70s-era Keith Richards vibe to it. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I like the fit, brad. Also, I think your hair looks fine - goes well with the aesthetic.
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^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.
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I saw the anna sui store last week and thought of you guys bradley.
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cuffs still beefy but they're going away soon.
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This might be nitpicky but something about your tucked in shirt + the rise of your jeans + the length of your arms makes the proportions look weird to me. maybe I'm just super used to the proportions of SW&D though!

when you say you're transitioning from MC casual, how far did you wanna go?
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full rick or bust

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sag those denimz a bit. needs some slouch.
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i think generally tucking button ups into jeans is a weird business casual compromise that rarely works.

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^ look we agree satisfied.gif
especially with low rise jeans. you get that unflattering v shape at the front with bunched up sides.
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Seeing as everyone was posting buttero's a few pages back I thought I'd throw up a fit with mine.  They're ankle-strap biker boots not the combats, and not exactly a sleek last as you can probably see, but I like them.

 

 

 

I look pissed cus my remote shutter release wasn't working  #firstworldproblems

 

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Agnes B

Uniqlo

Buttero

 

soles are double stitched and tacked - don't think they will fall off anytime soon.

 

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