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Jet... didn't know you were packing Heat like that.

thanks bruva i hide it well and try to stay trim

stitchy, what in God's name are those on your son's feet?
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First ever WAYWT post here...

Oh, yes I have cats. No pics of them today, only the damage they cause.
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Originally Posted by w0lf View Post

Hello there, first post in here, sorry about the crappy phone quality

 

 

shirt asos

tee muji

chinos topman

kicks nike 

watch ravel

shades american apparel

 

I guess nothing strikes me as wrong with this outfit. I just don't really get why such style is so popular among guys, while women complain about the 'metrosexual' trend. Why are guys trying to look either so feminine or trying to look like high school students, i really don't understand. My few female friends absolutely hate that, and they complain about the lack of 'real' men these days, they even use it as the excuse as to why they're still single :) Not to mix up with 'macho', i think nobody wants that.

I dont mean to be offensive, it is just really a big question mark for me and I was wondering if anyone else here was sharing the same opinion or had to comment on it.

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stitches,
why does your daughter have green toes on her right foot?
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I guess nothing strikes me as wrong with this outfit. I just don't really get why such style is so popular among guys, while women complain about the 'metrosexual' trend. Why are guys trying to look either so feminine or trying to look like high school students, i really don't understand. My few female friends absolutely hate that, and they complain about the lack of 'real' men these days, they even use it as the excuse as to why they're still single smile.gif Not to mix up with 'macho', i think nobody wants that.
I dont mean to be offensive, it is just really a big question mark for me and I was wondering if anyone else here was sharing the same opinion or had to comment on it.

hi are you visiting from 2002?
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Originally Posted by Doberman View Post

I guess nothing strikes me as wrong with this outfit. I just don't really get why such style is so popular among guys, while women complain about the 'metrosexual' trend. Why are guys trying to look either so feminine or trying to look like high school students, i really don't understand. My few female friends absolutely hate that, and they complain about the lack of 'real' men these days, they even use it as the excuse as to why they're still single smile.gif Not to mix up with 'macho', i think nobody wants that.
I dont mean to be offensive, it is just really a big question mark for me and I was wondering if anyone else here was sharing the same opinion or had to comment on it.

I have no idea what the hell you are talking about.
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Regis, i wish it was you who would take up the challenge of DP92... As always, great fit, elegant and sleek.

this is not a challenge for regis, silly suggestion
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Originally Posted by Doberman View Post

I guess nothing strikes me as wrong with this outfit. I just don't really get why such style is so popular among guys, while women complain about the 'metrosexual' trend. Why are guys trying to look either so feminine or trying to look like high school students, i really don't understand. My few female friends absolutely hate that, and they complain about the lack of 'real' men these days, they even use it as the excuse as to why they're still single smile.gif Not to mix up with 'macho', i think nobody wants that.
I dont mean to be offensive, it is just really a big question mark for me and I was wondering if anyone else here was sharing the same opinion or had to comment on it.

Ha, oh... christ.

You're a fucking idiot.
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My du's fit makes me wonder why I am wearing pants and not outside in trunks enjoying a beautiful day
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floral overload, 106 fucking degrees

LA fitted
ditas
parliament
tank
trunks
espadrilles

homer_mumu1.jpg
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Originally Posted by Doberman View Post

I guess nothing strikes me as wrong with this outfit. I just don't really get why such style is so popular among guys, while women complain about the 'metrosexual' trend. Why are guys trying to look either so feminine or trying to look like high school students, i really don't understand. My few female friends absolutely hate that, and they complain about the lack of 'real' men these days, they even use it as the excuse as to why they're still single smile.gif Not to mix up with 'macho', i think nobody wants that.
I dont mean to be offensive, it is just really a big question mark for me and I was wondering if anyone else here was sharing the same opinion or had to comment on it.
because everyone is a fashionista these days.
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First waywt here. Pretty boring outfit. I'd love to hear some feedback before I expand my wardrobe this fall. I already know that the shirt should be ironed and the pants are too big in the waist. Thanks!

 

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Uniqlo

N&F
Adidas x The Soloist

 

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Originally Posted by Doberman View Post

 

I guess nothing strikes me as wrong with this outfit. I just don't really get why such style is so popular among guys, while women complain about the 'metrosexual' trend. Why are guys trying to look either so feminine or trying to look like high school students, i really don't understand. My few female friends absolutely hate that, and they complain about the lack of 'real' men these days, they even use it as the excuse as to why they're still single :) Not to mix up with 'macho', i think nobody wants that.

I dont mean to be offensive, it is just really a big question mark for me and I was wondering if anyone else here was sharing the same opinion or had to comment on it.

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Have the jeans tapered in the waist and seat-area (or just buy a new pair of t-000s) and let the jeans stack instead of cuffing, and you've got yourself an alright outfit.
Oh and welcome to the forum smile.gif

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