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Balenciaga, with a storied, tarnished history.
The one Sipang was selling?
How big are you, Synth? Please don't tell me were the same size...
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The one Sipang was selling?
How big are you, Synth? Please don't tell me were the same size...

The same. I'm a 52, generally.
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need a more casual shirt stitches.

not sure i fully agree, but what would you suggest? i have a RRL denim/chambray shirt, but it needs to be tucked due to length, would you consider that a better option?
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Fuck. Fuck. I should've grabbed it! Looks really good on you. Nice kop.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

not sure i fully agree, but what would you suggest? i have a RRL denim/chambray shirt, but it needs to be tucked due to length, would you consider that a better option?

something shorter and less narrow in the hips. you shouldn't have to leave the bottom undone.
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not sure i fully agree, but what would you suggest? i have a RRL denim/chambray shirt, but it needs to be tucked due to length, would you consider that a better option?

 

I don't agree... + nice pants. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

something shorter and less narrow in the hips. you shouldn't have to leave the bottom undone.

aight. shorter would be more ideal, however, i like leaving the bottom button undone either way. i like the look better in a casual fit, ymmv tho.
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I don't agree... + nice pants. smile.gif

thanks, dorje. well, i dont agree either per say, but im always open to suggestions. also, le tegs is near impossible to satiate anyways.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

aight. shorter would be more ideal, however, i like leaving the bottom button undone either way. i like the look better in a casual fit, ymmv tho.
thanks, dorje. well, i dont agree either per say, but im always open to suggestions. also, le tegs is near impossible to satiate anyways.

On a shirt? Unless you're layering, this sort of thing makes me think you didn't button up on the way out of the bathroom.

I agree with teger - I think a shorter shirt here.
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On a shirt? Unless you're layering, this sort of thing makes me think you didn't button up on the way out of the bathroom.

yup, on a shirt. interesting that apparently this is a no-no, i dont see the issue. to me, its kind of the opposite, when i see the buttons done all the way down, often it makes me think the wearer forgot to tuck in, depending on the shirt.

ill keep it in mind for future fit pics though.
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I think it's probably more a question of thinking that tuck-length shirts work untucked, which, in my opinion, is not true. I'd say go shorter if you're going to wear them untucked, Stark or no.
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im with stitches ! I leave bottom one (or in one case bottom 6) undone for cutaway effect that flows nicely with my jackets

then again if you doing same thing as me you prolly got to re-evaluate lest you fall victim to billowing madness

oh yeah and you looking good S
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I think it's probably more a question of thinking that tuck-length shirts work untucked, which, in my opinion, is not true. I'd say go shorter if you're going to wear them untucked, Stark or no.
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

im with stitches ! I leave bottom one (or in one case bottom 6) undone for cutaway effect that flows nicely with my jackets
then again if you doing same thing as me you prolly got to re-evaluate lest you fall victim to billowing madness
oh yeah and you looking good S

i hear dat synth, i just like the look. i think the "cutaway effect" term that shah used it what i like, as opposed to the straight line going all the way down, and that might have to do with my build more than anything. i have some pics of that fit tucked in, and i think it look positively atrocious.

either way, its good to know, and ill keep it in mind. i might take pics both ways in my next fit and see what the consensus is.


thanks, shah!
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Jacket looks good synth

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