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post #5971 of 16186
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Originally Posted by Threadbearer View Post

I think it's time for Mr. Sam to put some six-shooters on your hips. And maybe a tumbleweed blowing by.

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NYR = robot pose
Malford = cowboy pose
post #5972 of 16186
Malford looking good
post #5973 of 16186
Wasn't gonna post this, but since were talking about the hunt, I took the guns out today at Brighton with the kids:
Bailey's
Ray Ban
Etro
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post #5974 of 16186
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Wasn't gonna post this, but since were talking about the hunt, I took the guns out today at Brighton with the kids:
Bailey's
Ray Ban
Etro

...and to think the forum would have missed out on this!
post #5975 of 16186

Brighton 15th or Ocean Parkway?

post #5976 of 16186
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Originally Posted by betep View Post

Brighton 15th or Ocean Parkway?

In between, Brighton 4th.
post #5977 of 16186

Hah I used to live on Brighton 4th. Riis park is a ton better IMO, or Beach 147-Beach 1XX 

post #5978 of 16186
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Originally Posted by betep View Post

Hah I used to live on Brighton 4th. Riis park is a ton better IMO, or Beach 147-Beach 1XX 

Its a cool neighborhood. Love Russian food, love Brooklyn, love the beach. Riis is a little far for us, Brighton is a 5 minute ride, and fairly empty in the mornings (we get there early cause thats when the kids are up). Rockaways are nice too, but again, parking and distance suck from Bay Ridge.
post #5979 of 16186
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Its a cool neighborhood. Love Russian food, love Brooklyn, love the beach.

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Brighton is still keeping Soviet Union's spirit. Maybe that's why I don't like that part of Brooklyn much smile.gif
post #5980 of 16186
Ugh now I want to play Grand Theft Auto 4 again.
post #5981 of 16186
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Originally Posted by wannabe View Post


Yeah, I know. There was definitely an SF period where I had my clothes way too tight (including the stuff I just posted). I'm trying to get better, but sometimes...facepalm.gif
As for my age + style, it goes back to me going to new schools, having new perspective, new haircut, etc., and getting new clothes just followed naturally. I know it's a radical thing to jump to suits/sportcoats, etc., but I've definitely gotten used to it and being comfortable in said clothes, and so have the people around me.
I'm obviously still trying to figure out what works and what doesn't. I get advice here, which helps me along my sartorial journey. After all, my username is "wannabe".

your a small guy so having clothes that fit you 'perfectly' makes you look odd. I think thats what people are saying, but dont want to say it. Theres plenty of guys who wear clotehs that fit their body as close as yours, but dont look 'odd' because they have some meat on their body.

 

James bond (daniel Craig) has his clothes suits that close to his body, but does not look weird because he has shape on his body, you dont.

post #5982 of 16186
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post


There was a time last year where I bulked up and had to upgrade from 38R's to 40R's. Everything started to be too tight.
One tip about sizing: don't buy any jackets that aren't 2 inches up from your chest circumference. (+/- 0.5 inches) So if you have a 41 inch chest, you'd want jackets that are 43 (or 21.5 p2p)

theres gonna be some altering for him on that point. He is a small guy in general thast why it looks funny when his clothes are hugging him like that.

 

James bond (daniel craig) wears his suits that close to his body, but his body has muscle unlike 'wannabes'.

post #5983 of 16186

90˚ outside already.

 

Shirt by brooksbrothers

tie vintage

tie bar by thetiebar.com

pants part of cotton suit from J. Crew

shoes by AE

 

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post #5985 of 16186

usually a fan of you kappelan...  but contrast collar shirt + suit jacket + jeans + french cuffs is too much of a commotion for my taste.

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