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post #15931 of 16822
exactly, it's not just about trends, it's also what works for your body type. I totally bought into the no break (even flood waters level) trend and have now actually rehemmed all my pants to give them a little break and I'm much more comfortable. Especially if you're a bigger guy and there's quite a large hem, just having it 'hang' there isn't quite right IMO. Not to say guys need to wear triple pleated oversized and baggy puddled up pants, but even a single pleat and a little break goes a long way.
post #15932 of 16822

From my birthday weekend..before heading out with my wife for an early dinner with friends and a lounge after..over the mid thirties hump and inching closer to 40.. oh lawd! lol


Edited by chocsosa - 8/6/14 at 11:35pm
post #15933 of 16822
^ looks great Choc!

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post #15934 of 16822

@chocsosa

 

Have you ever tried a slightly fuller trouser? Honest question and no criticism meant here. I'm just curious how it would look on you and I suspect you've experimented before dialing in your current taper.

post #15935 of 16822
His inseam is like 756"...he'd look like he was walking on smoke stacks.
post #15936 of 16822
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@chocsosa

 

Have you ever tried a slightly fuller trouser? Honest question and no criticism meant here. I'm just curious how it would look on you and I suspect you've experimented before dialing in your current taper.


Fair question..I have tried a slightly fuller leg..it just does not drape right for me.. My chicken skinny legs combined with being bow-legged just does not look right with a fuller leg..I wear my stuff slim but not skinny.. if I were standing straight, you would see no pulls..

post #15937 of 16822

choc,

 

Loafer details?

post #15938 of 16822

Hey, scrolls.. they are A.E's..

post #15939 of 16822
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His inseam is like 756"...he'd look like he was walking on smoke stacks.


Yeah, a challenge for a very tall guy.

 

There's a balance somewhere in between smoke stacks and too thin. Bottom line is that his fits are well cut. The only issue, and this might be taste, is whether a slightly fuller trouser might be even more flattering. It would have to be balanced with the fact that his jackets are also cut slim.

 

Anyway, he's answered my question.

post #15940 of 16822

Wednesday:

 

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Needles/BBBF/Epaulet/AE

 

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post #15941 of 16822
I dont personally loooove the shoes, but that is a great fit.
post #15942 of 16822
I feel the same way....CD kills the casual.
post #15943 of 16822
Yeah man, CD is an MC caz beast.
post #15944 of 16822

Thanks, dudes! It's hard work to become synonymous with one of the worst sartorial trends in the US over the past 30 years.

post #15945 of 16822
Nah, bruh. That's good stuff there. Take pride.
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