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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post



Can't tell if flecked blazer or dirty mirror. confused.gif
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What's that shirt Synth?
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cotton/silk marc by marc for jacobs for graphicnovelty
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

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ehhh

 

 

Don't leave the house like that, Synth.  You can do better.  Shirt is cool, jacket is cool, just not together and not like that.

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Synth - i liked your post because your hair is amazing. So jelly.
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I don't even really want to wear it at all. tight in the pits. maybe i'll just put on some sweatpants and a bathrobe.


and now it is pouring rain, so this actually won't get worn. ignore.
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swap jacket for bathrobe, keep everything the same (including putting the flower on the bathrobe) and leave the house like that

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That would legitimately look cool. Synth post a new fit
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

I don't even really want to wear it at all. tight in the pits. maybe i'll just put on some sweatpants and a bathrobe.

I don't know how you guys tolerate wearing clothes that are tight or even a bit snug in the pits. It's something I can't really get over, which probably keeps me from wearing a lot of clothes that look good. Even with that knowledge, I can't bring myself to do it, because I know I'd always be a bit uncomfortable, which sort of goes against one of the elements of good "personal style."
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Tight waistband is so much worse than snug in the pits.

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Loose waistband is almost as bad
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It just sucks to wear clothes that don't fit
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

moar stark. kinda MC tho.


nice fit, but i'm not totally convinced the stark works with such "formal" shirt/pants/shoes. an analogous fit would be the stark with a heavy oxford shirt, heavy grey melange wool pants, and some suede mcnairy derby boots or something similar. the stark just looks too "rough" with the shirt/pants/shoes you choose, I don't know.
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Fully agree with APK.
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Even worse for me than too tight in the pits is too tight in the shoulders
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