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post #84481 of 117670
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

One of my housemates told me today that I looked like a "cozy vampire."

like a lame femme vampire or a cool scary one?
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"Pretty sure he's referring to MC"

correct. the quote was there to split up the context.
post #84482 of 117670
damn, swing and a miss i guess
post #84483 of 117670
The laces are neat, but is there something to secure them, or do they just flap around without the hands jammed into the pockets?
post #84484 of 117670
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

like a lame femme vampire or a cool scary one?

I don't really know what this means. shog[1].gif
post #84485 of 117670
I guess being femme (?) is lame. So, you know, don't be femme. Because that's lame.
post #84486 of 117670
APKs fit was aight. Coat is cool, if a little loose at the shoulders. It seems to hang off the shoulders in a way 90s suits were worn. Its not bad but I think it would have more visual impact if it was tighter. It might also just be because its unbuttoned + hands in pocket.

I don't like the shirt though. Definitely too long and too bright for how tame everything else is. Looks like an Express shirt I own shog[1].gif

Can't really make out much about the pants but they seem fine.

Nothing bad, but nothing interesting aside from the coat. I think a better picture would probably do the fit justice (and a diff shirt/adjusted length atleast).
post #84487 of 117670
Why in the world did I sell my Geller laced coat, what a terrible decision that was frown.gif
post #84488 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Definitely too long and too bright for how tame everything else is. Looks like an Express shirt I own shog[1].gif

Eh? The colors are good; I'm not sure tame is the right word, either. I just want to know more about that coat -- I think I see some cloth buttons on there, but I'm not sure. happy.gif

EDIT: nvm, severish got it.
post #84489 of 117670
Muted I guess, not tame. Sorry. It just seems too loud for how quiet everything else is.

I like OL shirts but in this context it seems out of place.
post #84490 of 117670
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

like a lame femme vampire or a cool scary one?

I don't really know what this means. shog[1].gif

He wants to know whether you would be Antonio Banderas or Tom Cruise in Interview with the Vampire.
post #84491 of 117670
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

I don't really know what this means. shog[1].gif

it was just a joak.
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

I guess being femme (?) is lame. So, you know, don't be femme. Because that's lame.

no, not always, that is why i used both adjectives, not just one. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post

He wants to know whether you would be Antonio Banderas or Tom Cruise in Interview with the Vampire.

lol, it was more of a twighlight v other types of vampires comment. it was a regrettable joak.
post #84492 of 117670
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

The laces are neat, but is there something to secure them, or do they just flap around without the hands jammed into the pockets?

Nothing there to secure them, but they can be wrapped around the cuff if you lace it through the cuff holes a certain way. There's a stock image on Blackbird of this that explains it a lot better than my awkwardly worded explanation. If you choose to leave the laces hanging, closing doors becomes a much more exciting activity.

Benes: This image more accurately shows the color of the shirt; quite a bit darker than how it showed up in mine.

I briefly owned the coat in a 50, but the arms were really slim and there was barely any extra room in the chest. I've got narrow shoulders for my frame, so it's rare to find something that fits dead-on in the shoulders and isn't too tight in the chest.
post #84493 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

I guess being femme (?) is lame. So, you know, don't be femme. Because that's lame.

Femmes aren't lame per se, but guys trying to be femmes are usually lame
post #84494 of 117670
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

tween, you know the only reason your fits work is because you're really really ridiculously good looking. Otherwise you'd just be a wannabe eccentric, perverted, and sexually deviant screenwriter, director, actor, comedian, author, playwright, and musician. Woody meets Zoolander?

 

ahaha i really don't know how to respond to this.  thank you but I promise you I'm not really really ridiculously good looking in real life, and I'm sure to some passers by I probably seem like those things.  but I'm ok with that.

 

I'm not sure why my style works (at least to some people) but I'm glad it does

post #84495 of 117670
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Originally Posted by wootx View Post

Femmes aren't lame per se, but guys trying to be femmes are usually lame

something along these lines, yes. but in truth, some guys can do well with a femme look.
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