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I wonder what inspired his username... He likes dro pot and he was born in '92? So mysterious.
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I wonder what inspired his username... He likes dro pot and he was born in '92? So mysterious.
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I wonder what inspired his username... He likes dro pot and he was born in '92? So mysterious.

We covered this already.

Double penetration.
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Thank you,
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You look like a boss. I really like the pop of the shirt and the red socks really tie the outfit together. Very nice..


Edited by Eli Dion - 7/21/13 at 11:41am
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Adam Kimmel
Weekday
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Hey.

 

I would be careful with the use of all black with your complexion. It really clashes with your skin tone. I'm also not a huge fan of the shorts. I think a different fabric would be much better.


Edited by Eli Dion - 7/21/13 at 11:41am
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Originally Posted by Diglet View Post


Low tops would work a lot better here and shirt is too small

 

I think the fit of the shirt is fine. You can tell by the shoulder seams and it's not too tight around the chest or waist. I do think the color isn't the best for his complexion though.

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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

We covered this already.

Double penetration.

Stanley, I'm astonished -- what would your wife think?
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Originally Posted by Cole View Post

think the top half would match the bottom half if the pants were a tad looser and maybe rolled up once more. would probably look better with diff shoes as well but those work

edit: would also like to see the jacket unbuttoned but I feel like I'm ripping apart your fit and telling you to change everything. lol.

haha no problem. The pants really are quite loose (still getting out of the whole 'perfect fit' mindset), but probably aren't properly shown in the crappy photo. Will keep my eye out for something else oversized that I like. I usually do wear the jacket unbuttoned - agreed that it looks better
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I don't think this is super EXCITING per se but I feel it all works well together and is solid smile.gif

Still working on getting a few more interesting pieces to work in. Thanks!
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stanley, nice socks.
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For once in my life, I'm going to avoid snark provide the diplomatic translation of jet's blunt comment. Through no real fault of your own, your perception of what looks good has been molded by the current #menswear phenomenon. Clothes that are not CLASSIC! TIMELESS! WORTHY OF DON DRAPER'S CLOSET! are seen as ghastly and unattractive. Age and forum seniority don't necessarily make someone an authority on what looks good, but they help. These people generally have familiarized themselves with the "classics," and the more avant-garde vision of what clothing can be. It's not necessarily about LIKING these unorthodox looks. It's about being able to form an opinion on them either way based on an actual understanding of designer intent versus declaring that someone in all black looks like Count Orlok just because you have a myopic vision of what good outfits are supposed to look like.

In short, feel free to stick around, but do get a better understanding of the designers and styles favored around here before spouting off about how bad something looks.

I didn't ask for this.
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We didn't ask for you, yet here we are.
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come on guys let's not be mean to people from the other side of the fence. He is obviously checking us out because he has (I am guessing) heard some positive things about SWD. It might take him a whole to get used to different silhouettes coming from MC but we should at least give him the time to adjust.

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I don't actually know what he said other than that he doesn't usually like floral shirts but he liked that fit...is there something else to this?
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I don't actually know what he said other than that he doesn't usually like floral shirts but he liked that fit...is there something else to this?

Nope that's basically it.
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