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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

This is why shorter jackets are huge here in Korea; they've got proportionally shorter legs. That being said, if I recall, you've also got big hips (as do I), so short jackets might not flatter in that area.

Hippies.

 

Have you experimented in pant cuffs and rise?

 

That was more directed at RDias, the cuff/rise.

 

Both of you are hippies.

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Casual for my leisure time.

 

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

This is why shorter jackets are huge here in Korea; they've got proportionally shorter legs. That being said, if I recall, you've also got big hips (as do I), so short jackets might not flatter in that area.

I'd get them long enough to cover the widest area of my hips. The one I got today does, and I don't find it particularly unflattering in that aspect smile.gif

 

My pants are very high rise already, and cuffs range between 4.5 - 5 cm.

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shiiiiiiiit son. youre far from the only tassel lover on SF.

derek likes hangy things.
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^^ian....damn son. Love it.

+1
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I saw this and thought of a particular contributor around these parts...
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^ I assure you, my proximal phalanges are devoid of ink. Plenty of hair though. biggrin.gif

 

Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I would absolutely be thrilled if WAYWRN begins poaching posters from other style forums. I'll mention it to a few posters on the Korean SF....but quite a few like their jackets short (not because it's trendy...they are self-conscious about having short legs)

 

I'd love to see a greater variety of looks in this thread. It can get very "SF-approved" at times, with a plethora of navy jacket/grey trouser/knit tie combos. Not to say that doesn't look good when it's done nicely, because obviously it can... it's just nice to have some variety & excitement in the thread too. The high-risk/high-reward outfits are always more interesting to me, even when they fail (as they should more often than not, given their inherent difficulty).

 

Originally Posted by DonCologne View Post

Casual for my leisure time.

Nice colours. While you're a big guy, I think you could still stand to taper the trousers a bit more from what they are here.

 

 

 

 

Messing around with two very difficult to reconcile parameters. First, I wanted to wear this green shirt, to experiment with this week's unusual colour shirt theme. And secondly, I wanted to wear this linen jacket, because I had to go to the tailor & order some matching trousers to create an ersatz linen suit, and needed to be sure the colour of the cloth hadn't changed significantly since I first got the jacket. Combining those two fixed outfit elements proved... very difficult! But it entertained me:

 

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hahahahaahahah!!! just for that I might...:)

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Originally Posted by mrjester View Post

If you promise to burn those socks, and all like it, I will call this a good fit.

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Nice colours. While you're a big guy, I think you could still stand to taper the trousers a bit more from what they are here.

 

I agree. Your trousers could be tapered slightly, which will look way better. But, Don, almost all the stuff people tell you here - we're really reaching. Looking great.

 

Looking good HF.

 

Also, I understand what you mean with more variety. But, I really like the fits as of late. Less sporadic, which I like. Maybe there should be an "In almost good taste" thread that will leave out certain crazy fits and let other posters with more SF approved fits post. I'd follow that.

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^ I assure you, my proximal phalanges are devoid of ink. Plenty of hair though. biggrin.gif

I trim mine...my wife prefers me manscaped. No ink on my crank either.

We are talking about south of the beltline right? lol8[1].giflol8[1].gif
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Mother of god.

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I saw this and thought of a particular contributor around these parts...

Holdfast was a popular dog name in medieval times teacha.gif
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By shoemakers.
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derek likes hangy things.

see what i mean....


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I trim mine...my wife prefers me manscaped. No ink on my crank either.
We are talking about south of the beltline right? lol8[1].giflol8[1].gif
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^^i rarely pass up an opportunity to talk about my dong.
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Me too. Talk about your dong.
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