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^fail

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T, that is awesome!
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Fantastic. So well done.

 

Is the scarf made of fabric from your business?

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Fantastic. So well done.

 

Is the scarf made of fabric from your business?

HEy applky

 

Yes the scarf is frommy brand.It is a adire dyed silk backed with wool with fringed edges at the end. 

 

 

They will be out this fall. 

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First off, I am getting Effn' fat, look at that chin, it looks like a beach-ball.

 

Anyway, today is another photography day and I am wearing a trusted set of clothes.

 

British made Wax Cotton Jacket

Fisherman Out of Ireland sweater

BB OCBD

Atlier B Trousers that are made in Montreal

Sorel Duck Boots

 

Everything is thrifted.

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So I got a waistcoat and cotton jacket on sale a while back. Does this outfit work okay?

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That hat is very cool.

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So I got a waistcoat and cotton jacket on sale a while back. Does this outfit work okay?
Stop trying to dress like your favorite character from a Korean drama. My best advice to you would be to scale down your adventurous nature and stick to some simple basics. You have a great sense of fit, so build on that. Forget about waistcoats and fancy pocket squares. Jeans, simple shirt and that jacket would be a good combo to begin with. Try posting that here.
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Tirailleur so dope.

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Arnathor, I like that waxed jacket.

 

X-post with the main thread (there's a tailored jacket, it counts there, right?).

 

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Stop trying to dress like your favorite character from a Korean drama. My best advice to you would be to scale down your adventurous nature and stick to some simple basics. You have a great sense of fit, so build on that. Forget about waistcoats and fancy pocket squares. Jeans, simple shirt and that jacket would be a good combo to begin with. Try posting that here.

 

I just really like waistcoats, but you're right it does look quite overblown a lot of times. Thanks for your comment. There's definitely something to a nice clean look.

 

 

I suppose this is much better, but I just wanted to try something, adventurous as you say. I didn't think it was so bad. =[

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I just really like waistcoats, but you're right it does look quite overblown a lot of times. Thanks for your comment. There's definitely something to a nice clean look.




I suppose this is much better, but I just wanted to try something, adventurous as you say. I didn't think it was so bad. =[

The top is much better, I really like it. If I close the belt and jeans with my hand, it looks great. With some darker pants you'd have a lot more contrast going on and it would elevate the look. Try that some time.

The jacket's sleeves need shortening, as well. Try posting a pic standing straight with your jacket buttoned. That way it's the easiest to tell if the jacket needs tailoring.

Best.
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Thanks. I need to figure out how to get a camera to take a picture on its own. I'm sure googling would figure it out but I'll get that sorted some time.

 

Yeah the sleeve is a bit long, but I think it might be a bit cost ineffective to get a tailor to shorten it considering I got the piece cheap. Perhaps come summer I'll... roll the sleeve up?

 

I usually go for contrast between top and bottom but it was a really warm/sunny day and I gave it a try and thought it gave the look a really comfortable/relaxed feel? I was just playing around that day those are actually one of my only light colored bottoms so I was trying to get it work.

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^ Also @Isolation your shirt looks baggy toward the bottom. It doesn't have to be razor tight, but taking it in at the sides would solve that problem. Or you can try a military tuck.

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