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Option C)
insert your own snarky (but in good-taste) comment

PS Clapey! I just moved to a new city and thankfully finally bought a washing basket thanks to you!

Option C. The top half of B looks best, but something just looks really far off with the fit overall. I think its the fit of the pants against the long t-shirt. It makes you look like a little person (and I don't think you are...).
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I don't understand the super constructed shoulders in the jacket and formal shoes with the rest of the fit. Seems sloppy and out of touch with itself.

 

Might make more sense if the pants didn't balloon around the ankles. Maybe.

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Originally Posted by noirwest View Post

Not sure how I feel about this Geller Richard knit blazer.  I was expecting it to be a bit more substantial I guess.  Something close to the thickness of my Schneider Ijevan, but this is much much lighter weight.

Thoughts?
Fit looks good - I like the jacket
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

take 2

Option A)
Option B)
Option C)


A by far
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Originally Posted by hennree View Post

Option C. The top half of B looks best, but something just looks really far off with the fit overall. I think its the fit of the pants against the long t-shirt. It makes you look like a little person (and I don't think you are...).
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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

I don't understand the super constructed shoulders in the jacket and formal shoes with the rest of the fit. Seems sloppy and out of touch with itself.

Might make more sense if the pants didn't balloon around the ankles. Maybe.


it's meant to have a bit of a juxtaposition. The shoes I don't find that formal, but I take your point.

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A by far

That's what you and I will definitely agree upon, but throw a snarky comment in for the crowd!
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hendrix, A. by a country mile.
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hendrix i love that blazer but i don't think it works in the kind of fits you've been trying recently. to me that bottom half calls for something less constructed

edit: like this yohji (?) blazer on asobu

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really though I should learn from MOK and go and take a photo by the harbour or Milford Sound or something
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mr of kent ~ that electric blue is so bold, so disruptive, and with so little regard for the formal attire you claim to wear. i love it

hendrix ~ the pants look so slouchy and comfy ;-)
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I see references to the SF of 2010, 2009, before, whenever, all the time. Having joined in late 2011 I have no idea what you guys are talking about, but from all these comments I've pieced together an image of a blasted hellscape of Nudies, APCs, GATs, purple AA hoodies, Red Wings, Lane/Uncontrol meetups, a chinstrapped Bows, a Mikey obsessed with his next outerwear purchase, and a Miran left free to roam across the churning, primordial, sulfuric sea of Styleforum. It's horrifying yet somehow comforting, not unlike the realization that you are but one lonely and isolated consciousness in a vast and and meaningless cosmic landscape already eons old, sure to exist for eons further, your life a weak flash of light lost in the infinite darkness.

Old pic from when I could wear more than a tee and shorts without melting

OP/DD/Silent/Cloak same old shit but with Rafstros (thanks grizzlybear)

such a synthesian post, nice jacket ;-)
are these vintage OPs or luxottica-era stuff ? i got some madeinjapan spectacles, old frames, minimalist antiquarian, for occasional wear, it's quite nice


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unfortunately camera was dead when i was heading out though there was enough light to capture one ok shot upon my return. so i improvised with phone. but alas, i've at least one piece from this season which is absurdly comfortable--the jacquard-print balloon trousers. cuffs at hems rather than drawstrings--paired with the ss12 jersey cotton lapel-less jacket (really an oversized cardigan, i'd say). uniqlo tee, vans, ute ploeir ss12 linen bag.



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bad posture =\\

Would wear. So awesome toasty!
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toasty - very nice.

zapatiste - excellent.

what happened to shah? frown.gif
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mr of kent ~ that electric blue is so bold, so disruptive, and with so little regard for the formal attire you claim to wear. i love it

hendrix ~ the pants look so slouchy and comfy ;-)
such a synthesian post, nice jacket ;-)
are these vintage OPs or luxottica-era stuff ? i got some madeinjapan spectacles, old frames, minimalist antiquarian, for occasional wear, it's quite nice


if i may, another x-post

unfortunately camera was dead when i was heading out though there was enough light to capture one ok shot upon my return. so i improvised with phone. but alas, i've at least one piece from this season which is absurdly comfortable--the jacquard-print balloon trousers. cuffs at hems rather than drawstrings--paired with the ss12 jersey cotton lapel-less jacket (really an oversized cardigan, i'd say). uniqlo tee, vans, ute ploeir ss12 linen bag.


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 Is "Miran" your AE? Your writing styles and expressions are quite similar.

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toasty - very nice.

zapatiste - excellent.

what happened to shah? frown.gif

many thanks, brother. unfortunately for that tyrant, he was brutally attacked the night of the revolution, the zapatist movement didn't spare him. the king is dead, long live the king!

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 Is "Miran" your AE? Your writing styles and expressions are quite similar.

what is AE ? i've nothing to do with that savage greek, may his isles all sink !!! though we did speak a few times whilst in toronto ...

and thank you everyone for the nice comments last fit :-)
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many thanks, brother. unfortunately for that tyrant, he was brutally attacked the night of the revolution, the zapatist movement didn't spare him. the king is dead, long live the king!

what a shame. i liked the shah very much. frown.gif
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i dont know why i am making a weird face here. oh well.



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looks nice Stitches....when you lengthen those pants (don't worry about the cuffs, nooneGAF, I'll Otago Pinot Noir to share with your wife when you let them out I promise...shipping on me brother heart you
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