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post #166 of 226
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
lulz, if this was mellowfellow's fit people would be stroking their dicks hard.
You may be right
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
You should try trolling SuFu it would be pretty funny Post that shorts + orphaned suit jacket + knee high socks pic Was amazing
Yes do this. We get trolled hard enough around here, it is time that we exported some trolling.
post #167 of 226
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
lulz, if this was mellowfellow's fit people would be stroking their dicks hard.

that fit is seriously not even close to the caliber of mellowfellow. robbies fit looks awkward as all hell all over
post #168 of 226
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Originally Posted by Christobevii3 View Post
Opinions here? Mind you i'm 6'3" and wear a size 14 shoe so finding clothes is a bit more difficult and stuff fits different.



Life after denim
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Sketchers

Tips on to improve on?

the jeans look good, but yeah lose the shirt and shoes.
post #169 of 226
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
You should try trolling SuFu it would be pretty funny

Post that shorts + orphaned suit jacket + knee high socks pic

Was amazing

woah woah, let's not get crazy. that Cucinelli is not an orphaned suit jacket. it just looks like one.
post #170 of 226
Blazer and jeans: does it ever work? I remember fuuma pulled it off very well the other day, but that's to be expected of the dude.
post #171 of 226
i think blazer + tshirt is the real problem there.

also, imo if you want to do blazer + jeans, your best bet is probably to buy a blazer with a less fine fabric, if you know what i mean. one that looks more casual and less like part of a suit, so it doesn't draw such a stark contrast between the fine fabric of the jacket and the rough fabric of the denim.

faded (or prefaded) jeans also dont help unless you know what you're doing
post #172 of 226
super nice lapel roll on that blazer, what is it? tee should be V-neck. Need to see footwear. Please shave.
post #173 of 226
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Originally Posted by max_r View Post
i think blazer + tshirt is the real problem there.

also, imo if you want to do blazer + jeans, your best bet is probably to buy a blazer with a less fine fabric, if you know what i mean. one that looks more casual and less like part of a suit, so it doesn't draw such a stark contrast between the fine fabric of the jacket and the rough fabric of the denim.

faded (or prefaded) jeans also dont help unless you know what you're doing

I suck at taking fit pics, so yeah, it's hard to see what kind of fabric the blazer is. It's actually kind of rough and not as fine as the pictures suggest.

But can't I wear a t-shirt with a blazer? Or faded jeans? It looks kinda off with a dress shirt unless it's one with a semi-spread or spread collar, which are both too formal for this outfit. I could wear jet black jeans, but that's kinda boring.

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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
super nice lapel roll on that blazer, what is it?

tee should be V-neck.

Need to see footwear.

Please shave.

I'll try to take fit pics again with me wearing a v-neck. Shoes are white Achilles los. Sorry, I don't wear shoes in the house (though I agree that it would definitely help to see footwear). And I'll shave right after I finish writing this post. Thanks!

BTW, the blazer's MTM from a Bangkok tailor. Really nice piece, smoke MOP buttons, half-canvassed, etc. If you're interested, PM me for more info and I'll see what I can do.
post #174 of 226
Now it's a v-neck and jet black jeans. Better?
post #175 of 226
It's a nice blazer. I'm unsure whether it's too big for you or not though: shoulders seem to be hanging off a bit, sleeves look wide, chest seems roomy, etc. Could just be the pic/pose/unbuttoning.
post #176 of 226
What kind of blazer is it? The taper looks really nice.
post #177 of 226
It's mainly the pose that makes the blazer look too big - it actually fits me pretty well and has some room to accommodate a light/medium-weight sweater. The v-neck I'm wearing is thin and a tad sheer, so that might've also made it look overly large. The shoulders are quite structured though - I may have to take it to the tailor to get it altered.
post #178 of 226
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Originally Posted by mickey711 View Post
I suck at taking fit pics, so yeah, it's hard to see what kind of fabric the blazer is. It's actually kind of rough and not as fine as the pictures suggest.

But can't I wear a t-shirt with a blazer? Or faded jeans? It looks kinda off with a dress shirt unless it's one with a semi-spread or spread collar, which are both too formal for this outfit. I could wear jet black jeans, but that's kinda boring.



I'll try to take fit pics again with me wearing a v-neck. Shoes are white Achilles los. Sorry, I don't wear shoes in the house (though I agree that it would definitely help to see footwear). And I'll shave right after I finish writing this post. Thanks!

BTW, the blazer's MTM from a Bangkok tailor. Really nice piece, smoke MOP buttons, half-canvassed, etc. If you're interested, PM me for more info and I'll see what I can do.

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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post
What kind of blazer is it? The taper looks really nice.



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post #179 of 226
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I was looking at the second post my bad thanks
post #180 of 226
Thanks bows Yes, the blazer's quite tapered. Definitely not for those with large thighs.
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