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Originally Posted by HaydnW View Post

Yo I made the post. If you looked at the comment that this pic came from, which was linked to in my post, you'd see that people upvoted it because the guy obviously needed advice. That's what WAYWT is for over at MFA.

 

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Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
To be fair, WAYWT posts on MFA sometimes get a lot of upvotes because the person is a newb looking for advice, and people will vote it so the guy's pic is more visible. And I think their "top" monthly posts just aggregate all the posts with the most upvotes.
Signed,
An MFA Apologist

 

My bad shog[1].gif

 

But still:

post #80942 of 117670
Not sure what to do with these jeans I got a while back. I like the color but I don't think it works with what I have and I don't really want to build a wardrobe around it. And they need to be hemmed.

I would have worn it with a black plain v-neck t but I felt I could troll a little if i went with a graphic t biggrin.gif

post #80943 of 117670

went to a 1920s party last night. tux is from 30s/40s but close enough

 

583014

 

things white people like: the 1920s

post #80944 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Not sure what to do with these jeans I got a while back. I like the color but I don't think it works with what I have and I don't really want to build a wardrobe around it. And they need to be hemmed.
I would have worn it with a black plain v-neck t but I felt I could troll a little if i went with a graphic t biggrin.gif

It'd be a good idea not to "troll".
If you don't think it works with what you have, why purchase it?
post #80945 of 117670


Hanna x LL Bean
Engineered Garments
Gitman Vintage
Dries Van Noten
Post Overalls
Tricker's
post #80946 of 117670
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Originally Posted by fishbones View Post

It'd be a good idea not to "troll".
If you don't think it works with what you have, why purchase it?

I bought it a long time ago because I thought back then I wanted to be all cool goth ninja. Then reality hit me in the face. And the troll comment was a joke. Black t was not clean and I like this t (even if its not what SF is fond of)

I just posted to get some feedback on the jeans if they are worth keeping/salvageable or if i should just donate them/give them to my younger brother. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

I bought it a long time ago because I thought back then I wanted to be all cool goth ninja. Then reality hit me in the face. And the troll comment was a joke. Black t was not clean and I like this t (even if its not what SF is fond of)
I just posted to get some feedback on the jeans if they are worth keeping or if i should just donate them/give them to my younger brother. smile.gif
I see.
In my opinion they look fairly tight on you.
Not all too sold on the color as well.
I don't really see it fitting right on what you're trying to go for lately as well. (Of course, this is just from me, and your style will be what you make of it.)
post #80948 of 117670
Well the yohji loose fit stuff is for me. I guess I should have been more precise. I am trying to keep a few items around that I can use for going out to either bars or out on a date that are still upstate ny friendly. As much as I love my yohji stuff its really not appreciated in ny. And while i dont care 80% of the time wen im just minding my own business, there are times like the ones I outline before that require more conformity.

What im trying to do i guess is to find a look that works in my region, satisfies those needs, and is still fashionwise, not too bad.

But I guess these are a no. Ill try to work with the black jeans that I got tailored and the blue jeans. The last two fps with those were fairly well recieved and are well recieved where I live. smile.gif
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Hanna x LL Bean
Engineered Garments
Gitman Vintage
Dries Van Noten
Post Overalls
Tricker's

 

This is so nice.

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cdgh+ shimmer jacket (not that you can tell)

post #80951 of 117670
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Originally Posted by lesamourai View Post

These sweatpants are great - brand?

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institches: The detail shot was pretty bad, but the flash is (obviously?) very close to the cardigan, so the real colour is somewhere in-between; a pretty deep navy. So not entirely monochrome, but not far off. Though, in retrospect, the detail shot wasn't needed. Also, I'm standing on a chair because, well, that was the fastest way for me to get a decent shot of me from the cardigan to my shoes.

 

Moo: Yeah, I can button it, but I think it looks better open. I'm assuming that's why you ask.

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Originally Posted by vegs View Post

institches: The detail shot was pretty bad, but the flash is (obviously?) very close to the cardigan, so the real colour is somewhere in-between; a pretty deep navy. So not entirely monochrome, but not far off. Though, in retrospect, the detail shot wasn't needed. Also, I'm standing on a chair because, well, that was the fastest way for me to get a decent shot of me from the cardigan to my shoes.

 

Moo: Yeah, I can button it, but I think it looks better open. I'm assuming that's why you ask.

Tbh it doesn't really look that good open, but then again I almost never like "thin" cardigans (if I do like them it's always with some kind of shirt underneath)

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Originally Posted by snake View Post

cdgh+ shimmer jacket (not that you can tell)

dat cuff detail drool.gif

you know better than to tease like this your serpent !!!
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Shimmer jacket detail:

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