I wasn't here for the whole espresso machine and 2% body fat kerfuffle but I honestly don't understand the CDHagg hate. Ascot aside, it's a completely fine, if slightly boring, outfit that likely looked better than 90% of the people there
Having been here for the espresso/2% action I would still agree (not with the 90% part though). the jeans are perhaps snug for some tastes but not mooseknuckle snug and it's just a jeans and jacket deal.. no big squeal. but CDH, I must ask for real... on a first date especially (not that I could think of another occasion that would make it appropriate), what's with the ascot/scarf. maybe you don't have a girlfriend because you look like this on a first date
and no hate... just thought you'd have a bit more judgement by now.
lastly... I wouldn't fret about the chick thing anyway. chicks who like douches for boyfriends are the chicks I like to degrade into pathetic whores before I kick them to the curb right before they think they're spending the night!
I don't what you have on is bad so much as it accentuates things that you may not want to. You appear to have a long skinny head and a longer neck. I know this sounds like a very weird thing to say, but I think you derive a disproportionate amount of your height from your neck and head. The "v" created by the jacket/sweater/t-shirt only seems to accentuate the effect. If you were to wear something like a collared shirt to help diminish the appearance of your neck length, I think it would help.
I only wish to offer this (possibly misguided) advice as I have a similar issue and have found that wearing things to help make my head neck combo look shorter, help to make my overall appearance better.
Originally Posted by in stitches
yah. for real.
g, cant tell the watch in that pic. which one is it?