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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post
Nice, Justin! I think a bit of waist suppression on the jacket and you're ready to go. Congrats on the weight loss!
That was the most they could take it in without having the pockets pull too much. I may have him just try to pinch it just a bit more

 

Word to the wise, from personal experience: forget about altering stuff after you lose weight. Just buy new stuff instead. It always works out more cost-effectively in the long term.

 

Originally Posted by VictorSFreturn View Post

Bye everyone and see you soon! :)

Now only: http://maxim-victorsf.tumblr.com


Great shame. I don't have inclination to read multiple tumblrs/blogs, so SF is my main clothes "hit". I will miss seeing your outfits & look forward to your next flying visit.

 

 

 

Shirt is actually a very pale pink; wacky colour balance makes it look a bit lilac in the snaps, sorry.

 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
 

 

Word to the wise, from personal experience: forget about altering stuff after you lose weight. Just buy new stuff instead. It always works out more cost-effectively in the long term.

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Originally Posted by YRR92 View Post
 


Often, the boldest thing to wear is also the simplest. Think Hemingway, I guess, though I'm not sure if literary comparisons translate all that well.

 

I'm not sure if I understand what 'think Hemmingway' is.

 

If you look to Holdfast's beautiful SC over here, you see the direction I rather go for than just plain. Might be more demanding than plain and not so formal, but for me much nicer.

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
 

 

I think I dislike almost everything stylistically about this, especially the jacket (notwithstanding that it fits wonderfully well), but I absolutely love that something different like this has been posted in the thread. We need more really high quality variety like this. Rock on. :slayer:

 

 

 

 

Only time for a flying visit; super busy day!

 

 

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 HF: So this style of dressing is opposed to a 3 piece suit with the vest and sport jacket, eh? I never really noticed many people doing that before. I like it though. May try it myself.

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

seamaster, pingson ans crusty, great stuff. quite like the top block, mimo.


thanks for teh thumbs, yesterday, gents. much appreciated!
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 Got's to be one of the most well dressed men in Balto!

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Lots of great fits today, Pliny, Pingson, etc. Clags, that is some suit. Very nice indeed.

 

Bit of a countrified look for me:

 

 

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Originally Posted by Rudals View Post

Maybe I should just pick up one of them tripodwife next month when I go to Korea...cool.gif

You look OK most of the time. No real trainwrecks I can recall. BTW- did you change your username and why if you did?
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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

Go back in the WAYWRN thread and see how some if great posters in this thread started out. It can be quit instructive to see how their styles evolved over time. I know that I've posted some real train wrecks in this thread. Heck, even Spoo had posted a real stinker or two.

When you do post, learn from the comments, pick up the pieces and try again. It takes a long time to find what works for you. It took me the better part of three years to arrive at a wardrobe that I feel comfortable with. The first year and a half on SF was spent exclusively lurking and reading old threads. It's a true gold mine of sartorial knowledge sitting at you finger tips.

You know, the thought that just came into my mind when reading your post is that a lot of it is pretty much fashion modeling. Maybe not really "fashion" but it is kind of amateur clothing photography. A lot of the success really comes from your body and how attractive it is/isn't to any one viewer.
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These days I'm going to work before sunrise and coming back home after sunset, and the quality of the pictures is clearly affected by this lack of natural light. My social life too. :censored:

 

 

 


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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

Lots of great fits today, Pliny, Pingson, etc. Clags, that is some suit. Very nice indeed.

Bit of a countrified look for me:


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Nice. I had a similar SC, and I always struggled with it. Not sure why I never thought to go brown....
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Originally Posted by Roy Al View Post

Coz I don't find any that I look good in and that I like. They can be nice on others, but on me I feel they are boring.
I think I'll look more in the direction of bolder patterns, like checks. They are more interesting and I have seen so many nice in this tread that I rather explore that road and not the plain which I've been traveling the last years.

welp, you have to buy what you like, so i cant fault you but i think there is more than enough roon in a wardrobe for both plain blue and more "interesting" patterns. you gotta be you tho.
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Originally Posted by FillW View Post

Got's to be one of the most well dressed men in Balto!

thanks, mang!!

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not really MC WAYWRN, but i love this new coat and am inclined to triple x post it. please indulge me and forgive my intrusion.

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You look OK most of the time. No real trainwrecks I can recall. BTW- did you change your username and why if you did?

Thx. Appreciate your comment. Yes, my ID was RUDALS1281 but the numbers were becoming annoying so I just got rid of it. Now it's just RUDALS.

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Afternoon Gents
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Clags,

 

I like it alot, but in my opinion the tie is too bold. I want to notice the suit pattern, but all I notice is the tie.

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DC, I feel that the stripes ont he shirt are clashing with the stripes on the suit. Not enough difference in scale and density between the two for it to look harmonious.

 

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After a afternoon nap I change the clothes to my working outfit

 

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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

Lots of great fits today, Pliny, Pingson, etc. Clags, that is some suit. Very nice indeed.

Bit of a countrified look for me:
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