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post #13082 of 16177
Espadrilles are lovely in summer if you don't have to walk too far. They shouldn't bee too expensive imo as they don't last for more than a season.
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Are they espadrilles? I wear stuff like that in hot climates. Nice.

 

Yes, they're. Great for hot weather, I've almost a dozen in different colors and designs, the beat-up ones are donned exclusively at home.

post #13084 of 16177
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Green on green. Apologies for lens distortion.



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Probably not everyone's cup of tea, but this thread is fun.

Southwick for Epaulet jacket
Epaulet University Stripe Popover
Saks Knit Tie
Epaulet Grey 120's trouser
TUK Creepers
Edited by leftofthedial - 6/9/13 at 6:35pm
post #13086 of 16177
Xrevenge! nice to see you here : )
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Originally Posted by acecow View Post

Green on green.
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You have the same issue I get with most RTW trousers, where those diagonal creases appear around the back of the thigh, and again where the knee locks. I think it comes from a posture where the pelvis is relatively forward compared to the vertical through the body. My posture is more exaggerated (read: worse) than yours though. Ah well, I blame it on a combination of genetics and too much time hunched over a monitor... biggrin.gif

 

I see your green on green, and offer a blue on blue. I'm also continuing my experiment with buttoning up my polos when wearing a jacket with them; I'm liking it so far. BTW, who made your jacket?

 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

You have the same issue I get with most RTW trousers, where those diagonal creases appear around the back of the thigh, and again where the knee locks. I think it comes from a posture where the pelvis is relatively forward compared to the vertical through the body. My posture is more exaggerated (read: worse) than yours though. Ah well, I blame it on a combination of genetics and too much time hunched over a monitor... biggrin.gif

I see your green on green, and offer a blue on blue. I'm also continuing my experiment with buttoning up my polos when wearing a jacket with them; I'm liking it so far. BTW, who made your jacket?

Haha, yours is blue on blue on blue, which is way cooler than just my green on green. The jacket is Boglioli.

I have this issue with all my trousers. It's likely due to my rather meaty behind, but it could also be the posture. However, my posture is pretty straight, at least I like to think so; if it is the cause, then the "problem" is the cut of the trousers. Maybe our posture is too good for RTW?
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Green on green. Apologies for lens distortion.

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I enjoy this outfit very much, I also think the fit is very attractive for you.

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I know this is super nitpicky, but I wish the print covered the entire front of the shirt, T.
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I know this is super nitpicky, but I wish the print covered the entire front of the shirt, T.

With Commes Des Garcon.. you cannot wish... only take what you are given and be thankful...

 

now be gone!!!

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Lulz.
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

 

You have the same issue I get with most RTW trousers, where those diagonal creases appear around the back of the thigh, and again where the knee locks. I think it comes from a posture where the pelvis is relatively forward compared to the vertical through the body. My posture is more exaggerated (read: worse) than yours though. Ah well, I blame it on a combination of genetics and too much time hunched over a monitor... biggrin.gif

Went to the tailor the other day. He agreed on posterior pelvic tilt. And a flat ass. If you have either, you get the creases. The flat rear screws with the rear rise and the pelvic tilt messes with the waistband, where it's designed to sit v where it sits.

 

I know what I'm talking about.. (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

Currently have the above trousers at someone considered the best tailor in Phoenix. If he does well, he gets the other 9 trousers I have. It's not cheap to fix either. Lowering the waistband, adjusting the rise, and some other stuff. It sucks.

post #13095 of 16177
great fit, Tril. what color are the pants?
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