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nothing at all, nothing at all, at all, all, all, asl, ASS
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Some excellent photoshopping going on itt.

Jeans don't feel 'tight' at all... they're just apc ps with some room left in the waist.

hope its the angle
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OK, joking aside, let me ask for some advice then.

I realise that the weakest point of my wardrobe is the lower half. So I decided to start buying jeans in less 'skinny' cuts, starting with the APCs that you're all telling me are too tight.

So if APC petite standard in the size that fits most comfortably on my waist is 'too tight', what would be some good alternatives for me? It's kind of frustrating to be made fun of when I'm trying to fix some of these issues, but I guess maybe that's the best catalyst for change!

Edit: I'll try to post another photo from a different angle later.
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shryke try uniqlo tapered skinny fit, size down 1
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shryke try uniqlo tapered skinny fit, size down 1

I'll definitely give them a try next time I'm in London. I always think they look really 'cheap' - especially in the stitching and rivets, buttons, but they get enough credit here that I'm enthusiastic to try them again.

Tried the APCs again before I left the house for work - I'm pretty confident that there's nothing wrong with them and they just fell badly in the picture. There's easily enough room in the thighs, which admittedly came out looking really tight in my fit pic. Only wore them 3 times so far too, so they'll probably stretch a little too.
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Probably just have to sag them a bit. Thighs look painted on.
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This your challenge submission?

 

 

 

 

come at me.   http://www.styleforum.net/t/348731/friday-challenge-5-24-13-embrace-the-wrinkle-sprezz/0_100

 

 

 

in related news:

Why are so many people hating on PG? From what I see he is a down to earth self confident guy who really enjoys living exactly the life he wants.

And what's with people questioning his dedication towards his hobby? have you seen his calves?

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PG obv knows how to dress better than 99% of this forum, but I didn't think anyone would ever accuse him of being down to earth. His posts came off as extremely pretentious. But then again, it's hard to avoid when you are showing the internet photos of your extravagant lifestyle. Haters gonna hate. At least he gave us great examples of how to wear clothes while bragging about his stuff, unlike some people who occasionally post on this forum.
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Great fit Moo.

Casey, wtf man. That's really the look you're going for?

Shryke, maybe try not pulling your jeans up so high. That would create a looser silhouette.
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Originally Posted by Shryke View Post

Some excellent photoshopping going on itt.

Jeans don't feel 'tight' at all... they're just apc ps with some room left in the waist.

Are these they?



If so, I have a pair of the same, and I'd say the key is to sag as low as possible. The extra room in the waist should help facilitate that.

I think part of the issue here is also that your shirt also looks pretty slim, and it's pulled down so far that it totally covers your crotch. Letting it bunch up and sit a little higher would likely improve the situation as well
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for those that are interested...
bespoke cap
'Michelsons' silk skarf
'Uniqlo' linen shirt & 'J+' raincoat
'Diesel Industry' pleated front jacket
flannel trousers, MtM, deadstock fabric, single forward pleat, side adjusters, wide leg.
-TTO
Edited by TTO - 5/24/13 at 5:59am
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bespoke cap

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Great colors
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for those that are interested...
bespoke cap
 

Fellas... that is how TTO does it

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Yeah, pretty sure they're the same. You're right, sagging as low as possible has made a huge difference. That shirt just needs shortening or something - in fact I got some advice on how to do that just yesterday from the DIY thread. I like the print, and I understand what the designer was going for (and how it fits into the collection) but it's just too long for how I'd like to wear it. Thanks for the friendly advice.

Great colours TTO
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