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post #11536 of 16365
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lolz
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joshua - i have been liking your fits. i think if you had a tailor take out the waist 1/2 inch - 1 inch it would alleviate the pulling seen under the waistband.


Thanks stitch. Yeah that is another thing I'm going to try, although I think it will still be tight on the thighs I can at least get rid of some pulling.

post #11537 of 16365
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Thanks stitch. Yeah that is another thing I'm going to try, although I think it will still be tight on the thighs I can at least get rid of some pulling.

no p. if you eliminate the visible pulling, the rest will be much less noticeable.
post #11538 of 16365
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You're too stocky to pull that look off. SW&D chic doesn't always translate.

I disagree, it is slim but not tight. It looks good Moo unlike your cammo SW&D look.
post #11539 of 16365
Snowstorm afterparty smile.gif

post #11540 of 16365
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Originally Posted by John Doe View Post

I disagree, it is slim but not tight. It looks good Moo unlike your cammo SW&D look.

Oh jesus, now THAT was a disaster
post #11541 of 16365
Casual sunday, sorry, best picture I could grab. Sweater is rust brown, shirt is navy and brown flannel check.


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post #11543 of 16365
^ Nice : )
Would be even better with lighter gray trousers with a cuff.
Are you about to punch someone?
post #11544 of 16365
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Originally Posted by Crat View Post

^ Nice : )
Would be even better with lighter gray trousers with a cuff.
Are you about to punch someone?

thanks!

the trousers are indeed lighter than they show, and i would like a cuff. sadly, these were done when my strict rule was, flat front = no cuff, and there is not enough fabric there for a cuff.

lol, no. ok, maybe.
post #11545 of 16365
The quality of this picture is so much better than your previous pics (what ever you did different keep doing it); the fit is very nice also.smile.gif
post #11546 of 16365
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Originally Posted by John Doe View Post

The quality of this picture is so much better than your previous pics (what ever you did different keep doing it); the fit is very nice also.smile.gif

thanks!

they are all done with an iphone on a timer. its luck of the draw, between where the sun is and what the weather is like when i take the pic. i wish i could have a guaranteed way to replicate it, but sadly, i can not.

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post #11547 of 16365
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trousers need to be lengthened, sweater needs to evolve into a crew-neck, socks need to be changed to something less matchy with the sweater.
post #11548 of 16365
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

trousers need to be lengthened, sweater needs to evolve into a crew-neck, socks need to be changed to something less matchy with the sweater.

thanks for the feedback, hendrix.

i kinda like the pants length, but i agree they are on the short side. might get em shortened, but no rush.

i dont like crew necks all that much. v-necks or hick neck, half zips and button ups are more my style.

the match was intentional, and it is awesome.
post #11549 of 16365
Is that the one from the sale?

I don't think purple's a good main color for you.
post #11550 of 16365
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Is that the one from the sale?

I don't think purple's a good main color for you.

it is, your rec as a matter of fact. thanks for the rec, and thanks for the compliment. fistbump.gif
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