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Really nice fits, guys!

Steve, what are the shoes?

+1 on peir wu!
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stitches do you want a weekender or a day to day bag?

i need something for work. so i guess day to day. functionally or stylistically, whats the difference between the 2?
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best week in sf waywt history

It's actually unreal how good waywt has been lately. Keep it up gents. (Maybe next year I'll be able to throw down for what seems to be the annual post-New Years swag-fest.)
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I know this is basic, boring stuff. But can anyone help me out? I need some criticisms/advice to improve and I know there are a lot of things that could be improved.
t-shirt has no shape and it's too long so bunching up. jeans are meh, but I think passable for now. shoes... well IMO if you're like Parker (ie 45 year old designer mixing casual suits with chucks) then it's a go, or if you're a poor 12 year old skater punk then again, fine, but if you're a college kid you just look like you haven't upgraded anything since highschool. For my money, shoes are the best place to start to improve a look so get something nicer and toss in a nice sweater if you have to to cover up the t-shirt.

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You were the guy ranting off in RFT?
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Master-Classter - those pants seem to fit and drape pretty much perfectly.
Thanks. I don't post brands or prices or anything because most of my stuff isn't typical SF approved brands and stuff but I've tried to develop the ability to pull lowly items together in a higher end sort of way. Ie the pants were $25 from Club Monaco about 3-4 years ago. I try to select my stuff carefully.
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Polo shirt underneath a v neck facepalm.gif
plaid button down collar shirt in its place and you have a solid fit.
polo+v-neck, really that bad? alright, duly noted. I have some ocbd's and flannels they just sometimes get all bunched up under thin slim sweaters. Anyway, thanks for the feedback



not for any good reason, just posting whatever I was wearing. Off to a friends house party. H&M black v-neck (do I get slut points?), new indigo MiI 19cm's (stacks need to settle, I know, may hem eventually), and Paladium black boots... nothin' fancy



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this thread is fire worship.gifworship.gifworship.gif

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X-post

pinroll your pants
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At least in the picture you have pretty narrow shoulders for the rest of your body. Can be improved with pushups

Yeah I do have narrow shoulders. confused.gif Thanks anyway. Will try this.

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t-shirt has no shape and it's too long so bunching up. jeans are meh, but I think passable for now. shoes... well IMO if you're like Parker (ie 45 year old designer mixing casual suits with chucks) then it's a go, or if you're a poor 12 year old skater punk then again, fine, but if you're a college kid you just look like you haven't upgraded anything since highschool. For my money, shoes are the best place to start to improve a look so get something nicer and toss in a nice sweater if you have to to cover up the t-shirt.
what's that supposed to mean? (0)

Thanks for the feedback. After comparing with your fit, I can see that the fit of my t-shirt is horrible. I think I will start with sweater first, then the shoes. What are some good basic brands for sweater to start out? I have been lurking for months, but still no clue. frown.gif

 

Also, do you guys mind sharing some more example pics of well fitted t-shirt?

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Just went through some pages and feel the need to say there have been some great fits lately.

And I'm happy to see a number of those fits include a piece from Suspension Point smile.gif.
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pinroll your pants

+1
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+1
someone please enlighten me on this pinroll technique. I see Benes roll is mad sloppy but never knew what a pinroll is.
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We should make a suspoint lookbook (SF X SUSPOINT X TURK CARDIGAN)
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Here's something from a few days ago.
Edited by caseyfud - 1/13/13 at 11:29am
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Took some photos while out walking the dog earlier this morning, not the greatest fit but I figured I'd share.

 

 

 

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Today.

 

Acne

Ksubi

Grenson

 

Wore this shirt for the first time today and its a heavy cloth (being corduroy), so it looks a little boxy. Should soften a little with a few more wears and drape more. At least I hope so. 

 

Also left the house with a bigger than ideal watch on so when it was getting a little cold, doing the cuff up didn't work resulting in a heavily stacked sleeve. Wore the sleeves rolled up for the most part though. No pics though. Regardless, the sleeves are a little too long but fit is perfect in the shoulders and body (common issue for me).

 

Fit is supposed to be a little more relaxed I think, so I wore these looser fitting jeans. My Acne Max's were slightly too slim for this relaxed fit shirt.

 

 

 

 

Sorry couldn't work out how to get the second image into a spoiler tag.


Edited by elisiX - 1/13/13 at 5:47am
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