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post #81256 of 117668
Yes, posting on waywt totally negates being a nice person. Wtf toasty?
post #81257 of 117668
More like being a nice guy is handicapping him as everyone just kind of gives him a pass
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More like being a nice guy is handicapping him as everyone just kind of gives him a pass
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so these last three posts look alike to you?
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I really dont understand the animosity some of you keep expressing. I feel like I take advice and try to make changes and improve my wardrobe and in response some of you think that its ok to be really mean or rude. If you really dont like my posts its easy enough to block me.

I am not sure exactly how people who want to learn what it is they do wrong when they put different outfits together are supposed to learn, or are trying to decide how to redirect their wardrobe are supposed to get better at it if they can't get feedback from people who have gone through it.

And what sort of pass do i get exactly? People post worse quality pics routinely but get tons of thumbs up when you cant tell the details at all! I feel like I get pretty little slack other than not being made fun of (which actually isnt the case since people do that sometimes anyway). I did not know that not being insulted was a privilege.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by i2onnel View Post

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Burton beanie, Balmain shirt, Balmain tank, Dior Homme denim, YSL sneakers

I have a friend who looks like you and wears a lot of beanies. The short sleeve shirt looks pretty bad imo, if you replaced it with a l/s button-up and did it up till the collar (mod style) you'd have a better look.
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

This sounds really lame, but it's helpful: make a Pinterest or Tumblr to keep track of styles that you liked. Search for common threads. Think of how you can apply them to yourself.

I think you'd like this blog: http://styleinsp.tumblr.com/

Oh hey, I see Synthese.
post #81262 of 117668

Got some ass last night, so the shirt definitely worked out for me.

 

Thanks

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Hey Benes, I think the fit would look automatically better with a pair of Converse (a lot of the Yohji guys do it I think)

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ahaha people still say that?
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Benesyed- Your style is coming across as very "try-hard". For me it starts with the glasses and extends to everything else. If you have cash flow problems, stop buying yohji. I've been in the Yohji thread and pretty much everyone, including myself, who doesn't have a good grasp on their own personal style just looks bad in Yohji. It's a high degree of difficulty and it also happens to be very expensive.

This is just a hypothesis, but I think you might be choosing clothes based on how much you like them in a vacuum, regardless of how they might look on you or fit in with your wardrobe (a common mistake.) For example, why did you choose those glasses? You have decent features, but they are completely dominated by those goggles. Find something that fits your face. Then find a pair of trousers that fits your physique and so on...get to Yohji and unbuttoned double breasted blazer experiments later.
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"True true, very true"
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

so these last three posts look alike to you?

Okay I'm not usually a huge fan of your fits but ignore gt, dude is off his rocker lately. You're going to be an SF success story, just give it a minute. Also I usually have terrible pics and get a lot of thumbs, half of it is being a regular*.
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Originally Posted by i2onnel View Post

Got some ass last night, so the shirt definitely worked out for me.

Thanks

"lol smdh"







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Edited by A Fellow Linguist - 12/5/12 at 7:25pm
post #81268 of 117668
What I have learned so far is that when I stick to very basic yohji inspired things, it fits me well and is pretty well received, issues of footwear non-withstanding. As I said before, I think my latest fit was a good basic fit and maybe the photo quality hamstrung me a little. What I was hoping for was feedback about maybe wearing a less slutty t shirt, maybe tighter fitting cuffs. Get a sense of how to do details in a basic fit so that it still looks great.

I think where you are right is with slimmer fit clothing. Part of it is I do not have a good ability to discern tacky t shirts from good t shirts but the feedback helps me with that. The other part is just what you said, I do not know what my personal style is when it comes to that sort of stuff.
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

What I have learned so far is that when I stick to very basic yohji inspired things, it fits me well and is pretty well received, issues of footwear non-withstanding. As I said before, I think my latest fit was a good basic fit and maybe the photo quality hamstrung me a little. What I was hoping for was feedback about maybe wearing a less slutty t shirt, maybe tighter fitting cuffs. Get a sense of how to do details in a basic fit so that it still looks great.

This is such nitpicky stuff, and it's really hard to say exactly what tweaks will bring a decent fit to a great fit. I think this is where creating an inspiration folder/pinterest/whatever really helps. Not sure how slutty a tee you need w/ a look? Not sure how to cuff? Go to your inspiration folder, find similar fit. It's difficult to make really minor suggestions, especially when quality of photos is low.
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A couple things benne:

you're not going to start posting good fits immediately, it doesn't work that way, no matter how much you spend. there are certain nuances which you will only really notice with time and it really does take some time to figure out what works on your body type, etc. i've been here for 2 or 3 years and still consider myself to be VERY early on in my "personal style journey." As much as I bitch, I actually think it has helped me having a limited budget, because it forces me to think a lot more about buying pieces and as a result i've had a pretty good success rate w/ things that I buy. Also, clothes look a lot better once they've been worn in, drunkenly slept it, thrown in a ball on the floor of your floor, etc. just makes them look much more natural. box fresh clothing generally looks bad.

bottom line is you'd probably be best served by a self imposed spending limit per month to force you to make more focused purchases. keep an inspiration folder as others have said, and learn to critique your own fits. To be honest, most of the time I post a fit here I'm not really looking for advice as I know what needs to be changed to fit the image of what I'm going for in my head. it's more for posterity and the sake of community. Also, you'll notice the best posters on here don't follow a single designer or aesthetic, but kind of synthesize something on their own. even the heroes of the yohji thread all have their own take on yohji. or, for example, tween spirit. it's less about fitting into someone else's vision and more about fitting into your own vision.
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