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post #81061 of 117670
The last few are not that wide legged and the guys feet are nasty
post #81062 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

And ya the boots are not ideal n that pic. I just threw them on for the picture. Ill take a proper pic with the zuriicks once im about to go out. But that being said, I don't have reedo's level of distaste for them.

Sorry, but Zuriicks will likely be a downgrade. I don't really think they work well in any context, let alone with Yohji. I think you need to consider your purchases a bit better.
post #81063 of 117670

What coat is that Toasty?

post #81064 of 117670
Nothing new. Wanted to participate. My dryer has wrought havoc upon these jeans. Jacket is still the best. Entire top half courtesy of AR6 like 2 years ago.

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Cloak
Jil
Gap
CP
Aoud Cuir d'Arabie
post #81065 of 117670
Don't you shame my saggy jowls you cock

(I think it's a frown + shadows - no bar fights. I'm a lover)
post #81066 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Nothing new. Wanted to participate. My dryer has wrought havoc upon these jeans. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Jacket is still the best. Entire top half courtesy of AR6 like 2 years ago.
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5UZgBl.jpgdeets (Click to show)
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lists (Click to show)
Cloak
Jil
Gap
CP
Aoud Cuir d'Arabie

I would prefer this with wool trousers. Top half is too sharp for wrinkly grey denim. Looks off to my eyes
post #81067 of 117670
I think that looks great; the cloak jacket doesn't look to dressed up enough to really warrant trousers
post #81068 of 117670
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

I think that looks great; the cloak jacket doesn't look to dressed up enough to really warrant trousers

I dunno, wool gabardine (i think?) + a turtleneck seems pretty formal to me. I think fabrics speak louder than cuts/styles if that makes sense
post #81069 of 117670
Needs more contrast.
post #81070 of 117670
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

Needs more contrast.

I upped the contrast and it looks worse...

post #81071 of 117670
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Originally Posted by TWorksheets View Post

I dunno, wool gabardine (i think?) + a turtleneck seems pretty formal to me. I think fabrics speak louder than cuts/styles if that makes sense

I'd agree but I really don't think this is wool gabardine, this looks less formal to me and I think the jeans work well in this context. With that said, would still like to see it with a pair of semi-relaxed wool pants.
post #81072 of 117670
edit: double
post #81073 of 117670
Oh look semi relaxed wool trousers nearby teacha.gif
post #81074 of 117670
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Originally Posted by TWorksheets View Post

I dunno, wool gabardine (i think?) + a turtleneck seems pretty formal to me. I think fabrics speak louder than cuts/styles if that makes sense

It's 100% cotton, but I get what you're saying. The jacket, to me, is really quite casual in real life
post #81075 of 117670
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Originally Posted by snake View Post

wide leg trousers have their place (a la ysl)

but also

raf simons 2002
'woe onto those who spit on the fear generation... the wind will blow it back'



sup shah



more like this though
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