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See couple posts above you.
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Uniqlo
Epaulet
RRL
shoes

 


collar looks like it's going to eat your head.

 

maybe, but I have a pretty long neck, so I'm not usually a fan of stingy collars.

 

fwiw, epaulet recently redesigned their BD collar and took some of the height out of it, based on customer feedback. I appear to have been in the minority of people who preferred the taller setup.

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I'm gonna go with a hybrid between ghdvfddzgzdzg and Oski's last two fits this weekend. Navy linen blazer + white T + white jeans + those Loake jodhpurs.
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Rainy day fit, off to study LSAT at the library. Oh joy



NDG
Schneider
Uniqlo
MOMA

EDIT: Sorry about the small size, posted from my phone shog[1].gif
Edited by reedobandito - 5/15/13 at 3:34pm
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shoes look great. got some coming from yoox to try out.
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

maybe, but I have a pretty long neck, so I'm not usually a fan of stingy collars.

fwiw, epaulet recently redesigned their BD collar and took some of the height out of it, based on customer feedback. I appear to have been in the minority of people who preferred the taller setup.

Shouldn't you wear a spread collar? The current shirt just makes your neck longer. Fwiw I have the same problem and since changing to spread collar I find it feels and looks better. Since you wear a jacket or light knit ie cardigan the collar point on the spread should lie flat underneath the top layer. Looks good...even without a tie albeit the backlash received on the forum. IMO who cares so as long as the shirt is nice.

More so, spread collars can have a "nice roll" and for a slim frame like yours can broaden your neck and shoulder line, which is right. I think the clothes should compliment your body shape and proportions before anything else like "hard and fast rules."


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Need more info on those loake jodhpurs
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Reedo you get dressed to study LSAT? LOL... sweet. 95% of my classmates can't even dress properly for interviews or school much less studying!
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Nostalgic.



Iphone Pic looks better lol8[1].gif


First fit with these Visvim I believe, circa 2010? See spoiler to get what I'm talking about.


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Man, I started off the day wanting to just wear a tee shirt, APC PS with MMM side zips, but PS felt too restricting for such a nice day. Found my old pair of APC NS I have had since Junior year of high school. Raw denim was my craze back then, hence the crazy fades I made on these. I literally wore them almost everyday for the remainder of high school. I was crazy into Visvim around this time too. These Shamans had just released and I wanted them so bad, but the prices were too crazy and no USA retailer carried them near me. As a high schooler I didn't know the means or have the means to get them. Finally got them when I hit college. I forgot all about these Visvims and APC's since my fashion interests shifted and I stopped posting on NIketalk and Hypebeast much and started posting here more. I put these clothes on and instantly felt a sense of memories rushing to me. I honestly could say I was happy wearing this outfit. It felt so nostalgic. The jeans have gone through several repairs and the Visvims have seen much pavement. Now a days these items don't get much wear from me but after today I have a feeling they will be worn more this summer. Wish I had better pics to show. The elk leather is amazing, the fades are amazing. I felt great.

DAT FADEZ!




DAT ELK SUEDE SON!



Edited by Oski - 5/15/13 at 1:00pm
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Vintage rugby / EG fatigue shorts / muji socks / birkenstocks
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Nice stove.
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

maybe, but I have a pretty long neck, so I'm not usually a fan of stingy collars.

fwiw, epaulet recently redesigned their BD collar and took some of the height out of it, based on customer feedback. I appear to have been in the minority of people who preferred the taller setup.

I don't think the problem with the collar is the height, it's that it looks a bit roomy.
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FgAMXVu.jpg


stole my dad's Chelsea boots. need sluttier tee and black jeans for max sf approval


toj/hanes+print/rgt/bass/seiko
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That cardigan is perfect! Is it from an older season?

No, from this season. It might still be on sale. "Chunky cotton cardigan" or something like that.
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max sf approval

sorry, I dont like raglan shoulders, so you dont get max's sf approval frown.gif
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sorry, I dont like raglan shoulders, so you dont get max's sf approval frown.gif


right in the feels..
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