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post #95191 of 117670

I like Stan Smiths.. but I like Supergas even better. Especially the canvas.

post #95192 of 117670
Yep, so fresh and so clean:

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I hope you used the back door when you decided to make it to this side of the wall. As for the trip to Ibiza, we will talk about that when we get home

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post #95194 of 117670

AppleMark

 

Uniqlo- (pink but over exposed for denim exposure)

budai pendent 

louis vuitton

APC petite standard, sized down 1~2 than normal. Hemmed b/c I'm short and don't want stacks on stacks on stacks. - 3 days into break in period, I think my sperm count is low... lol

bass & co (cheap intro into suede shoes, not sure if i would like them or not)

Billingham bag, not as fat as it looks like in the image, i just left it unclipped so it hanged down and wide, 

 

I need to find a new mirror, or a friend to take photos for me with more even lighting, so everything is properly exposed

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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

All white stan smiths are my most worn sneakers, go for it.

Stan Smiths are no longer in production. And if I have seen them, they're usually not all white and look kind of ugly.
post #95196 of 117670

BoooooooooooooooO!!!!!!   long live Stan. 

 

 

 

old pic.

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Park, I was gonna say "Where'd all the hair come from?" But then I see that you pointed out that it's an old post.
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you lack discipline

I'm a cop you idiot!
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AppleMark


Uniqlo- (pink but over exposed for denim exposure)
budai pendent 
louis vuitton
APC petite standard, sized down 1~2 than normal. Hemmed b/c I'm short and don't want stacks on stacks on stacks. - 3 days into break in period, I think my sperm count is low... lol
bass & co (cheap intro into suede shoes, not sure if i would like them or not)
Billingham bag, not as fat as it looks like in the image, i just left it unclipped so it hanged down and wide, 

I need to find a new mirror, or a friend to take photos for me with more even lighting, so everything is properly exposed

Dave Navarro can get away with wearing a necklace like that. Guys that wear bass shoes and tuck their button down into their jeans cannot. Also, the belt is really bad. Is it black?
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It's not about the bass shoes or even the tucked shirt, it's the way that the shirt fits.

It's gaping open at the neck too much. He needs a wider fit at the neck, and a higher collar would probably look better too.

It's very difficult for guys with a bit of muscle to tuck OCBDs into jeans. The fit needs to be absolutely perfect and because the body is constantly changing this is very difficult to achieve. It's not really about being unflattering, it's more to do with looking uncomfortable.

I have basically given up on it. I do of course tuck into shirts into trousers, but they're very different from jeans. I've also had to accept that I have to have separate shirts for tucking and untucking, as tucking shirts alters their fit and changes where the waist (the narrowest point) should be in order to look flattering.

It's probably OCD, but that's my experience.
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epic old pic, parker.

thanks for all the birthday thumbs, guys! inlove.gif
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Well, it's probably OCD, but at least you have good company.

 

I have proportionally long legs and long arms, so any time I tuck in, there's a tendency for me to look like I've got my pants pulled up to the nipples. Fitted jeans exacerbate this. So I only tuck in when I'm wearing a pair of looser fit jeans that I can sag a bit.

 

I've gotten some ill-fitting shirts shortened and taken in, and have been pretty satisfied with the result. Not perfect, but they were mostly thrifted or vintage, so cheap in any case. I ask for a slightly curved hem, and for it to be shortened  to about mid-rise. Before tailoring, I'd hardly wear these shirts, on account of the choice between a blousy tuck, a billowing sail, or some other shirt that fits.

 

Getting untucked shirts to fit at the bottom can be tricky as well. Too long or too tight, and they ride up. Unlike jackets, most shirts don't have any side seam allowances, so they can't be let out, but the sides can be taken up. Kinda works. And, to state the obvious, that 9mm thick veg tan SuFu-approved belt won't be helping matters.

 

I suppose the obvious solution is to get some shirts made by someone you can look in the eye.  

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Yep, so fresh and so clean:


So where can I find these, only seeing Supergas with a crappy added panel on the side.
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So where can I find these, only seeing Supergas with a crappy added panel on the side.

http://www.oipolloi.com/superga-1705-white

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