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post #11041 of 16571
As an FYI, there is maybe 1/4" of room between my actual shoulders and the seams. Probably more like 1/8".
post #11042 of 16571
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

As an FYI, there is maybe 1/4" of room between my actual shoulders and the seams. Probably more like 1/8".

maybe its just the way the sweater is sitting, because it looks WAY too wide on you.
post #11043 of 16571
i think it looks great.
post #11044 of 16571
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

Wear and wash a lot... (Don't tell the denim mob.)

 

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Originally Posted by Crat View Post

-important message-
NOBD has been banned for washing his jeans once again after repeatedly having been told not to.
wait, wrong forum tongue.gif
Seriously though; my guess is that washing raw denim frequently does improve its lifespan.
As you can see from NOBD's APCs you will still get some decent fades even if you wash frequently.
Nothing as extreme as this though.

 

Can a similar effect be achieved for washed denim?

post #11045 of 16571

Casual day at the office.. a bit chilly out side so went with the turtle neck and dress pants with dress shoes..to brave the slight chill had on my warm brown, double breasted pea coat/ Top coat.

 

 

Turtle Neck: Brooks Brothers Black Fleece

 

Coat: Billy Reid

 

Pants: Suit Supply

 

Shoes: Cordwainer

 

Watch: Vintage Swiss Army.

 

Happy middle of the week everyone!

post #11046 of 16571
You obiously are not, but the turtleneck makes you look fat.
You have a big head and the turtleneck emphazises it, which is not a good thing for your build imo.
post #11047 of 16571
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Originally Posted by mutewit View Post


Can a similar effect be achieved for washed denim?

To a much lesser extent. I bought these washed (evenly, so no fading). They've turned lighter and you can see some fading, but not much:

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post #11048 of 16571
i want to post my fit in here because it has a BDC and is very country. but its not really cas, so i wont. smile.gif
post #11049 of 16571

I have an extra pair of dark denim(washed) that I got for a song on sale so it'd make for an interesting project. Care to show your secrets on achieving a similar effect, nobd?

post #11050 of 16571
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Originally Posted by mutewit View Post

I have an extra pair of dark denim(washed) that I got for a song on sale so it'd make for an interesting project. Care to show your secrets on achieving a similar effect, nobd?

There are no secrets. I just wash them after, say, 5-7 wears. Regular wash, 40 degrees celsius. No dryer.
post #11051 of 16571
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

You obiously are not, but the turtleneck makes you look fat.
You have a big head and the turtleneck emphazises it, which is not a good thing for your build imo.

Agreed, this is not flattering. I recognise the difficulties in dressing well for a big fella and your usual slim fits solve this problem very well, but too often you look like you are being squeezed out of your collar, and your facial expression is a little disconcerting too. This may well be due to the camera remote catching you in an unflattering moment, but I reckon a smile would go a long way on your pics!
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

POACHER! censored.gif

(kidding, you look good as usual).

post #11054 of 16571
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i think it looks great.
Me too.
post #11055 of 16571
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Originally Posted by kwhunter View Post

POACHER! censored.gif

(kidding, you look good as usual).


I rung it myself... you know usual manhood rituals every non western youth has to go through

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