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Had some black lows earlier, but couldn't resist trying on my gray Balenciaga panels:






A couple close ups:




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Dior, Dior, Bal
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AFL, I know the subject of your hair shoots to the top of the discussion queue anytime you post a fit pic now, but I think the buzzed look actually works against your hair loss damage control. You don't have diffuse thinning, at least not from what I can see, so I still don't think you're a prime candidate to reach for the buzzed hairstyle just yet.
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Originally Posted by Fairbanks View Post

Re: Synth's fit: What makes this great (besides the wall) is the lived-in quality of the items. This and Synth's comfort level are what Moo was suggesting for Stich; easier said than done of course.

 

That's because Synth is THAT dude...

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Originally Posted by mvpberto View Post

Easier said than done? Just don't stand like you have a stick up your ass, it ain't difficult.

It's not that easy. Your confidence and comfort show through pics, it's not just a stance

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Originally Posted by APK View Post

AFL, I know the subject of your hair shoots to the top of the discussion queue anytime you post a fit pic now, but I think the buzzed look actually works against your hair loss damage control. You don't have diffuse thinning, at least not from what I can see, so I still don't think you're a prime candidate to reach for the buzzed hairstyle just yet.

Maybe true, but I don't have any desire to grow it out again. I'm hooked on the convenience, I think.

I've been thinking about growing a beard, though. Thoughts?
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you need a gentleman's mustache
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AFL embrace your wild west steampunk villain desires and grow a giant mustache. replace your cardigan with a waistcoat, and get a new hat.
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Not feelin that fit SG. The black shirt + blue jeans in that style/combo untucked looks weird to me and I dont really dig the trainers frown.gif
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SirGrotius, those jeans are looking a little too tight sorry man
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Sorry about perspective distorting angle and phone in pocket

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Inverallan knit
Sunspel tee
PT 01 flannel
Junya boots
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

thanks dude. it's an acquired taste but I like it. more pics here for anyone interested.

What do you use in your hair? You don't find it bad for it using product to such a high extent every day? also do you shape up your beard/sideburns yourself or get it done somewhere?
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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post


What would it take to get you and CD Hagg together for a fit pic? happy.gif
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Re: confidence and comfort, it is most of the time your stance. When you have bad posture, you'll find yourself most comfortable maintaining that bad posture. If someone's shoulders are curved, if their feet are splayed out, if their hips are tilted, or if their head is perched far forward, then telling them to stand up straight will probably look awkward and be somewhere between uncomfortable and painful.

Whether they recognize it or not, people tend to view good posture as a projection of another person's confidence and comfort. It's not a strictly "mental" or behavioral thing.
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Not feelin that fit SG. The black shirt + blue jeans in that style/combo untucked looks weird to me and I dont really dig the trainers frown.gif

I hear you. It was my first foray into black-shirt territory, and the whole day I was wearing a sweater to cover it!
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hems are way too small for those shoes

also art man not feelin the shape of those guidis
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