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post #13201 of 16051
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


Is it possible that your clothing is too fitted?

 

 

Well, might be, since I'm 6'5 and weight 230 lbs, I can't really fit into any standard off the rack stuff. :(

post #13202 of 16051
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Originally Posted by personone View Post

Looking for a way to survive the upcoming winter. I'm a tall (6'6) guy with seemingly limited option about to go to PA, satan's icebox

One person tells me to slap on a peacoat over a hoodie but as a college student I feel everyone in the world has one- should I jump on board?

Can techy jackets (north face parkas) look good on us average joe's? (exhibit A: http://www.gq.com/entertainment/music/201212/frank-ocean-photos-gq-december-2012#slide=4 )

Other options?

Depends on what you are going for. I have a Duffle coat that is extremely warm and looks great (of course I live in Texas and get to wear it about 5 times a year). Fills the same role as a pea coat but is a little more distinctive.
post #13203 of 16051
So I'm looking at Corter belts and I'm wondering - does their thickness actually affect anything?


Like, will it simply be less malleable than a thinner belt?

Or will it straight up not even fit through some pants' belt loops? Or is it something else?
post #13204 of 16051
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Originally Posted by masshi View Post

So I'm looking at Corter belts and I'm wondering - does their thickness actually affect anything?


Like, will it simply be less malleable than a thinner belt?

Or will it straight up not even fit through some pants' belt loops? Or is it something else?

 



It creates an awkward visible bulge at times, and shirts get caught on top of it sometimes

post #13205 of 16051
Anybody have experience with sewing machines? Looking to pick one up for ~$100 to do basic alterations - pants hemming, sleeve shortening.
post #13206 of 16051
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Originally Posted by masshi View Post

So I'm looking at Corter belts and I'm wondering - does their thickness actually affect anything?



Like, will it simply be less malleable than a thinner belt?


Or will it straight up not even fit through some pants' belt loops? Or is it something else?




It creates an awkward visible bulge at times, and shirts get caught on top of it sometimes


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Thanks.
post #13207 of 16051

From what japanese fashion magazine is this pic from? I know this sounds weird but I have seen some shots lately and now it got my attention:

 

post #13208 of 16051
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From what japanese fashion magazine is this pic from? I know this sounds weird but I have seen some shots lately and now it got my attention:




looks chinese actually


wish i could help further
post #13209 of 16051

I want to start layering tees with other textures like knits or tee+tee. any good advice to pull this off? and any brands that have good basics for this type of layering?slide1.jpg

post #13210 of 16051
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Originally Posted by mr usneun View Post

From what japanese fashion magazine is this pic from? I know this sounds weird but I have seen some shots lately and now it got my attention:



Josephine Skriver for Vogue China
post #13211 of 16051

Who makes blazers out of a sweatshirt type material? I really like my uu easy jacket and I want something similar in navy

post #13212 of 16051

I'm planning on buying the shoes below as a bit of a statement piece for summer wear.  If I like dressing boldly/confidently, what colors should I look at in shorts and polo shirts to pair with the shoes?

 

post #13213 of 16051
Those shoes are atrocious, do not buy
post #13214 of 16051
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Originally Posted by SurakiCrim View Post

I want to start layering tees with other textures like knits or tee+tee. any good advice to pull this off? and any brands that have good basics for this type of layering?slide1.jpg

Some designers have tanks for layering. You can look at Robert Geller, Rick Owens, Damir Doma, and Void the Brand




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Originally Posted by Deadkitty View Post

Who makes blazers out of a sweatshirt type material? I really like my uu easy jacket and I want something similar in navy

I think Wings + Horns still do it.
post #13215 of 16051

Hello.

 

Hopefully this is the correct place to ask this question, but can someone help me ID this black hoodie?

 

 

 

When the two front zippers are unzipped, the inner lining is red.

 

Thanks!

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