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Fuuma is probably more right than wrong on this one...
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Suit with sneakers can work, as long as the sneakers are clean and simple. Listen to the man.

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Fuuma is probably more right than wrong on this one...

probably not.

my approach: white sneakers = trainings gear

This is neither MC nor SWD. fuuma is a good guy, very knowledgeable. He knows that i'm pulling a leg with most of his choices when it comes to footgear in the particular combination, which doesn't mean I don't like his shoes. I'm just telling him to combine them differently. Unfortunately we missed each other in Vienna, when he bought his materna boots, which he unfortunately never posted or at least I missed this.

Can you live with that?
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I'm with fuuma on this one. I'm not saying it's the proper/way to dress, but it could be done but not everyone could pull it off. 

 

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Much better without sneakers foo.gif
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post


Much better without sneakers foo.gif

That's 4 sho. And timotune you forgot your tumblr link on your signature.

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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

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Much better without sneakers foo.gif

 

Not that I am expert about tailoring, but a much fuller pants will help balancing the look...

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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

 

Not that I am expert about tailoring, but a much fuller pants will help balancing the look...

Naa since he is wearing loafers without socks, that's a great look.

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He has joined the iPeople:

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Naa since he is wearing loafers without socks, that's a great look.

I disagree. Yes the super skinny and high pant with loafers is a popular look right now. And I'm fine with that. But his upper half is a bit on the bulky side and the super skinny pants just make him look that much more top heavy.

Adding about 3/4" to the cuff diameter (and thus the entire leg from knee to ankle) would turn this look from 'fashion victim' to 'fashion icon' in my opinion.
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

I disagree. Yes the super skinny and high pant with loafers is a popular look right now. And I'm fine with that. But his upper half is a bit on the bulky side and the super skinny pants just make him look that much more top heavy.
Adding about 3/4" to the cuff diameter (and thus the entire leg from knee to ankle) would turn this look from 'fashion victim' to 'fashion icon' in my opinion.

+1.
post #11712 of 12881
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post


I disagree. Yes the super skinny and high pant with loafers is a popular look right now. And I'm fine with that. But his upper half is a bit on the bulky side and the super skinny pants just make him look that much more top heavy.
Adding about 3/4" to the cuff diameter (and thus the entire leg from knee to ankle) would turn this look from 'fashion victim' to 'fashion icon' in my opinion.

Looking again at the picture, did I notice it. I agree with you Gdot.

 

The end.

post #11713 of 12881
Well, since he's no longer posting on SF, I guess this is the appropriate thread for him now...

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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

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But without socks??
post #11715 of 12881
those pants are ridiculous.
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