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words-thoughts gang going strong
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LOL... I changed it back tho. It was going to give even me epilepsy if I left it for any longer.

 

nooo! it was awesome laugh.gif couldn't you just make another version that took longer time before switching pictures to get rid of the epilepsy-issue?

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Gettoasty I hate to use a meme here but I really think that post gave me cancer.
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Exactly, his comment just struck me wrong as if he has some type of authority. He does come off as an angry rant rather than actual commentary / critique.
kinfofyoung: If I have ever lashed out to you in the past it was probably warranted. With that said, I do not believe I ever have so don't get too ahead of yourself.
Biggen: I see what you were trying to accomplish. I would change the jacket styling re: waist button from high to low. Wear navy trousers instead of denim and change the sneakers for some shoes. I'm not great with colors but brown, beige or black work. And FWIW the ensemble seems casual enough that you can loose the tie. And since you are tall and it is hard to find longer inseams (try Dior?) perhaps you can wear more boots/hi-tops, which I prefer for myself more often than not. Just some tweaks and you can put better use to your extra clothes.
At the moment it seems like BB on top with APC at the bottom.
BTW, how does it look with both buttons done up on the jacket? Just curious.

I have a pair of Dior's but have to sell them since my thighs have gotten to big for them. On the lookout for some new jeans with a long inseam that fits better than my current ones. Haven't tried the jacket with both buttons done up but might be a good idea since the buttoning point is a bit high,
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I like this except for the shirt, is it DIY?  the way it's sticking out makes it look like you made it with scissors.  I would just do a regular v-neck until you find an appropriately skanky tee to whore yourself out in.

 

edit - biggen I'm no MC expert but that jacket just doesn't fit, your hips are making it flare like whoah.

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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

 

LOL... I changed it back tho. It was going to give even me epilepsy if I left it for any longer.

 

nooo! it was awesome laugh.gif couldn't you just make another version that took longer time before switching pictures to get rid of the epilepsy-issue?


I didn't make it, a friend of mine did; original here: http://tiedye-everything.tumblr.com/post/19422433817

 

I think the timing works better full-size.

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agree

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Yeah, the neck looks a bit weird—I think the sleeves were just a bit bunched up beneath the cardigan. The neck is actually fine, I just captured it sort of weirdly. Here's pretty much the same fit with the same t in white.
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Where are you getting those tees, who? That´s what I´ve been looking in terms of cool, slutty neck on tees.

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Leon, have you tried the ACNE Limit? I would recommend the JL Dyson Breeze which was my favorite (raw edges, light soft cotton, short sleeves etc) but for some reason they stopped making them

I do wish Sunspel made their Q82's Low V's in other colors, that would be perfect
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Well, I am getting a sruli recht tee with a nice neck. Should be arriving next week. But that was sort of an investment piece ´cause of the price, so I was looking to some cheap ones to stock for the upcoming summer.

I´ve seen the acne scoop neck and almost copped one, but then just didn´t. I had found some zara for under 20 bucks, but they were in their US store and didn´t ship internationally.

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can someone explain to me what an 'investment' piece is. you just mean expensive right?
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

can someone explain to me what an 'investment' piece is. you just mean expensive right?

Usually it means paying a lot up-front for something you expect to be a staple and/or stay with you for a very long time. I don't think a t-shirt qualifies.
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investment pieces pay dividends by making you look so flyyyyyy
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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post

Well, I am getting a sruli recht tee with a nice neck. Should be arriving next week. But that was sort of an investment piece ´cause of the price, so I was looking to some cheap ones to stock for the upcoming summer.
I´ve seen the acne scoop neck and almost copped one, but then just didn´t. I had found some zara for under 20 bucks, but they were in their US store and didn´t ship internationally.

If you don't mind a short life (probably 4 or 5 washes) the ASOS.com Scoops go for $12.50 a pop and most of the time they have a code going around, they come to about $7.50. I stock up on these whenever I go to Cuba since I don't come back with much
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