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Nice job @Isolation. Your tailor is doing well by you.
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@iLuveketchup

Nice cars. I currently own a 94 rx7. I really enjoy cars and fashion
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Thanks guys, I appreciate it. Novaeagle I think you're right. I've taken a pair of trousers to be altered. I'll see how that goes, and not touch it much more if it's alright. You're right I'm pretty okay with how they fit until I've been drawn to look at it (and tbh it might be some comments on waywrn that made me self conscious).

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See the advantage of jeans is you don't have to worry about any of that malarky

 

 

 

 

 

Think jacket might be too big for me =[ Pity, it's not a bad jacket.

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The jacket looks fine but you need to wear a suede belt or one more rugged.
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I think you'd benefit from wearing looser fitting jeans.

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I disagree with both suggestions above, Iso. I agree that the jacket is a bit long, but not unwearably so.
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@Isolation My favorite look from you so far. I like the slim jeans and the jacket has a cool classic laid back vibe. The length looks intentional since the shoulders fit so nicely. Also the belt is fine. The jeans would look good uncuffed too if you let them stack.

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@Isolation I think the jacket looks relaxed, not too big. I also think the jeans look good on your slender frame, and agree that they would also look good stacked (although I'm a big fan of cuffs). I would trade out the belt for an O ring belt, or a chunky dark brown belt with a square buckle.
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Originally Posted by Darkside View Post
 

@Isolation My favorite look from you so far. I like the slim jeans and the jacket has a cool classic laid back vibe. The length looks intentional since the shoulders fit so nicely. Also the belt is fine. The jeans would look good uncuffed too if you let them stack.

 

 

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Originally Posted by CaptainTohm View Post

@Isolation I think the jacket looks relaxed, not too big. I also think the jeans look good on your slender frame, and agree that they would also look good stacked (although I'm a big fan of cuffs). I would trade out the belt for an O ring belt, or a chunky dark brown belt with a square buckle.


This ^^ 

 

I think the belt buckle is casual enough for you not to go with a suede belt. 

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To answer your "help" part...

 

I'm quite honestly no expert, and relatively new / not very experienced around here. That being said, I think you're over-obsessing. Like many other things, there's a fine line in well-fitting clothes. Your pants appear to fit great. Don't sweat the microscopic details that only people closely analyzing a picture of you on StyleForum are going to notice. If people in real life won't notice, then it shouldn't matter.

 

Either way, good luck solving your issues!


eh hem

 

THIS IS STYFO 

 

OVER-OBSESSING IS NOT POSSIBLE

 

as expressed in the Claghornian Theorem, thus:

 

o=(M*∞)​2  

 

where o represents the amount of obsessing you ought to be doing, and M represents the maximum amount of obsessing you are capable of

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eh hem

 

THIS IS STYFO 

 

OVER-OBSESSING IS NOT POSSIBLE

 

as expressed in the Claghornian Theorem, thus:

 

o=(M*∞)​2  

 

where o represents the amount of obsessing you ought to be doing, and M represents the maximum amount of obsessing you are capable of


I love it :<)

 

Cheers

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I dunno, CM, not really feeling this one. The jacket is blue velvet? Either way, it seems too structured in the shoulders for a jeans and loafers fit, and too close to the same hue as the jeans. The vest is suede? Moleskin? It feels western-wear-y to me which clashes with the velvet. The PS makes little sense as well. All in all, I just take in a lot of contradictory elements. Others appear to be on board, so maybe it's me smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

Mostly thrift fit for a temperate-but-windy winter day:



M-65, J.Crew, RRL, Levi's, Red Wing

This is good; nice and simple. Surprised it didn't farm more thumbs. Pants could use a hemmin'
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