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post #79831 of 117670
Cropped pants that are very slim and well tapered + loafers = OK if that is what you're going for.

Cropped pants that are too wide at the bottom, and appear to be too loose in general, but not loose enough for the Yohji aesthetic + loafers = doesn't look so great.
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post #79833 of 117670

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Critique welcome as ever

post #79834 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Cropped pants that are very slim and well tapered + loafers = OK if that is what you're going for.
Cropped pants that are too wide at the bottom, and appear to be too loose in general, but not loose enough for the Yohji aesthetic + loafers = doesn't look so great.

Agreed, looks confused and unattractively disproportionate
post #79835 of 117670
Teger, how is the Roberto Collina? (and also what is sizing like)
post #79836 of 117670
I got the pocket crewneck. It's interesting. The fabric is almost felted, no ribbing at cuffs/waist, surprisingly warm. I think it's intended to be worn as a shirt, but it's too short for me to do that. Fits true to size. I'm happy with it.
post #79837 of 117670
Thanks. I want to be part of your no money club but I'm cold all the time.
post #79838 of 117670
I want to pick up a v-neck too but will hold off.
post #79839 of 117670
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I'm really torn about this. I like all the pieces individually, but there just seems to be something off proportionally on the top half here - the short is so short compared to the stark that it looks almost like a really thin button down.

I actually agree with most of this.
The pieces work well together colour-wise but the styles differ quite a lot. The coat is indeed short (2 inches longer would be perfect) and the sharp lines and modern cut doesn't suit the long and chunky SNS knit very well. However, the coat does in no way resemble a button down apart from the length (I blame the lightning). It's made of thick and sturdy wool and has semi structured shoulders. It'll turn up in more fit pics so you can see.
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vintage cardigan
folk shirt
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thatoneguy: it's like a size too big, but it's 5 lb, heavyweight wool by pringle. made in scotland.

Nice cardigan, looks familiar:

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Drake's knit, Sunspel tee, LVC 1947, Paraboot Avoriaz
post #79841 of 117670
very nice, the drake's version is cashmere right?
post #79842 of 117670
Yup :-)
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Really appreciate all the advice, so I will taper the pants. I see what you guys mean about that. It's a weird mix between being proper and trying be "edgy" and its not being pulled off. Also, I always get the same criticism about jacket size.  I think I need to just gain weight because all my jackets are 36 or smaller and relitively slim but still look big. Im 118 pounds and 5'11 but I just started working on gaining weight in healthy way. 

post #79844 of 117670

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been a while, hope everyone's well

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