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You look like a box, shoes are godawful
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

You look like a box, shoes are godawful

i disagree on all accounts. suck it.

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jet - what are naps? did you mean nips?
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Pant colour looks so much better in the closeups than with that lighting from behind.

But I also think you're riding the pants too low,. There's a massive gap between the buttoning point of the jacket and where your pants are sitting, it's not very flattering. Camera angle is also exaggerating the effect.
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I also don't really like the length of those pants. Or maybe being on SW&D all the time made me hate leg openings that wide
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what who said

didn't like the fit until i saw the closeup of the pants and what not you're losing a lot of detail in the shot, shoes are aight reedo will conform in a year or two
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Most styleforvm fit in the last couple pages.
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  • Forums poster "conceptual 4est" was adopted. His family secretly resents him for it.

 

 

for real though I think I was swapped out by a changeling (..?) because anyone that sees a childhood photo of me never, ever believes that it could actually be me.  I don't know when I changed so dramatically but it's very strange.

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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

Pant colour looks so much better in the closeups than with that lighting from behind.
But I also think you're riding the pants too low,. There's a massive gap between the buttoning point of the jacket and where your pants are sitting, it's not very flattering. Camera angle is also exaggerating the effect.

good points, thanks. i think i kept pushing the pants down, cuz i felt they were too short.
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

I also don't really like the length of those pants. Or maybe being on SW&D all the time made me hate leg openings that wide

they are just under 9 inches. pretty good for me. 8 is as low as i can go, and i usually find that too close. i guess that is a MC/SWD diference, like you said.
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what who said
didn't like the fit until i saw the closeup of the pants and what not you're losing a lot of detail in the shot, shoes are aight reedo will conform in a year or two

thanks. i hope so, for his sake. he is missing out.
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Stanley, do you approve of today's dinner? This is called Bamia plethenoyemista (literally "overstuffed okra")...meaning the beef-based stuffing and okra are cooked side-by-side, rather than stuffed into the okra...



I know this is a bit too Third world for civilised people like you, but I thought I'd share because if you recall, your social rival in the Epaulet thread NewYorkRanger was boasting about how he had relished some "stuffed okra" at some Lebanese hole-in-the-wall in Brooklyn....well now, you can tell him that your boys in WAYWT can make it fresh-to-order for you, Greek-style (which is always better than Levantine style), and have it flown to you in LA in a matter of hours if you so desire, so you can tell him to take his okra and stuf...



Edit: My photography sucks. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i disagree on all accounts. suck it.

I guess my criticism was a bit snarky, so I can't knock your snarky response. However, let me elaborate:

The suit and pants are both full cut and there's a somewhat rectangular continuity between the pieces that gives off a sort of blocky impression. Basically, your fit has form to it, really.

Also, I suppose it's personal preference, but I hate top stitching on shoes like that. Combined with the squared, elongated toe, it gives off a sort of "old man casual vibe"

These are just my impressions, and I venture over to the MC side very rarely, so my opinion could be entirely void, but whatever

EDIT: fwiw, fabrics are all nice and that's a damn cool watch.
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I'm gonna chalk this whole fracas to the come-down from a mad weekend binge of sale purchasing. Y'all need to chill out a little. And, I'll let you in on a little secret... 90% of being a cool Dad involves trolling not only your own children, but all of their friends, too.
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Not everyone can be a fabulously stylish banjo-pluckin sea-man-father, zissou
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Storytime yet pop-pop?
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weathers getting pretty decent down here....

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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I guess my criticism was a bit snarky, so I can't knock your snarky response. However, let me elaborate:
The suit and pants are both full cut and there's a somewhat rectangular continuity between the pieces that gives off a sort of blocky impression. Basically, your fit has form to it, really.
Also, I suppose it's personal preference, but I hate top stitching on shoes like that. Combined with the squared, elongated toe, it gives off a sort of "old man casual vibe"
These are just my impressions, and I venture over to the MC side very rarely, so my opinion could be entirely void, but whatever
EDIT: fwiw, fabrics are all nice and that's a damn cool watch.

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interesting that that was your impression, as both the SC and pants are not only not full cut, but very slim fitting/fitted, for me. could be the pic, lighting, angle, a SWD/MC perspective, idrk.

as to the shoes, dont worry, lots of people here dont like them. but i do. horses for courses on that. no worries. no ones opinion is void. well, almost no one.

glad you liked the fabric and the watch though. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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