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post #91936 of 117677
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post


If those are APC PNS, shouldn't the leg opening be pretty damn slim? Try uncuffing them and just letting the denim stack. It'll look a little off while they're still crispy and box-fresh, but the stack should settle in and probably look better than a cuff or hem in the long run.
Eh...I'd say his shoulder is no more dropped than PG's. Maybe take them in 1/2" at the most, let the chest out about the same, drop the armholes a tad lower, and he'd achieve the platonic ideal of button-front shirt fits. As it stands, I'd still say it's pretty good.

Why would stacking look better than cuffing? I've always thought stacking looked messier.

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post #91938 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Golf54 View Post

Why would stacking look better than cuffing? I've always thought stacking looked messier.

messy is not always a bad thing
post #91939 of 117677
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

Uniqlo

Epaulet

Uniqlo

CP

Sleeve length of that shirt is shot to bits.

Chinos hemmed to that awkward looking height

Set fire to them brown sneakers

Black watch strap + Navy + Brown = no

Dislike the mix of colours 

That cardigan + possible bunching of a ill-fitting shirt makes you look like you are 9 months pregnant/have a spare tire.

 

Just my opinions though

post #91940 of 117677
Slow down bud
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dp92: the only way to get disliked here quicker than being overly defensive of your own fits is being overly critical of others' fits as a new member

just like any community, you need to establish yourself as a member with valuable insights before you start telling people what to do

imagine you get a new coworker, and he decides he's going to tell you that you're doing a shit job and need to make some changes. even if you are doing a shit job, you're still gonna hate the guy. gotta earn people's respect before you start dishing out the criticism
post #91942 of 117677
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Originally Posted by istasi View Post

dp92: the only way to get disliked here quicker than being overly defensive of your own fits is being overly critical of others' fits as a new member

just like any community, you need to establish yourself as a member with valuable insights before you start telling people what to do

imagine you get a new coworker, and he decides he's going to tell you that you're doing a shit job and need to make some changes. even if you are doing a shit job, you're still gonna hate the guy. gotta earn people's respect before you start dishing out the criticism

OK, I apologise.

 

I just know a poor fit when I see one, I guess satisfied.gif

 

I'll tone it down and keep one criticism bullet-point in the future, until I get more posts

post #91943 of 117677
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Originally Posted by DP92 View Post


I just know a poor fit when I see one, I guess satisfied.gif

Jesus... Just please leave.
post #91944 of 117677
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Originally Posted by DP92 View Post

I just know a poor fit when I see one, I guess satisfied.gif

I'll tone it down and keep one criticism bullet-point in the future, until I get more posts

no, i don't think you understood

stop saying smug shit like "i just know a poor fit when i see one" when the only thing you've contributed to this forum is a painfully mediocre button up and chinos fit and a shirtless pic

keep criticism to zero bullet points until you've been around for a bit and made posts that aren't defending your own waywt's or critiquing others

or we will not like you very much at all
post #91945 of 117677
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Originally Posted by istasi View Post

or we will not like you very much at all

Too late!
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Got my dad´s old Casiotron (1976?) to work

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That things cool! At what age does wearing a "real" watch (not a G-shock/etc.) stop looking affected. I  love how a nice seamaster or something half-tucked under a bomber cuff looks but at my age I feel like it would look a bit tryhard. 

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I don't know. I guess this is the other way around. I'm almost 42. I will wear this one with pride and a smile on my face.
post #91949 of 117677
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Originally Posted by glundr View Post

That things cool! At what age does wearing a "real" watch (not a G-shock/etc.) stop looking affected. I  love how a nice seamaster or something half-tucked under a bomber cuff looks but at my age I feel like it would look a bit tryhard. 

 

Funny you should say that bounce2.gif

 

 

Here is my Seamaster @ 21 years of age.

I look more lavish than try-hard

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Originally Posted by DP92 View Post

 

Funny you should say that bounce2.gif

 

 

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Here is my Seamaster @ 21 years of age.

I look more lavish than try-hard

This guy.... Clearly the gift that keeps on giving.

 

Wording reminded me of this http://instagram.com/itslavishbitch 

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