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post #8656 of 15966
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

Rambo doesn't have to post any pics to critique fits. We post on the internet so anyone is free to state their opinion on our style.
I understand that and I expect it, but he seems to be an a role of acting like an ass the last couple days. That is not needed.
post #8657 of 15966
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Originally Posted by Mr.K View Post


I understand that and I expect it, but he seems to be an a role of acting like an ass the last couple days. That is not needed.

ftfy

I don't know if he finds it cute. but I get what you mean.

post #8658 of 15966
mr. k - i think you would benefit from having all of your shirts resized up a little. the fact that you have to leave the last waist button undone shows that they're too tight for casual wear. i also think that if they were looser in the shoulder/chest, it would look better overall.
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

mr. k - i think you would benefit from having all of your shirts resized up a little. the fact that you have to leave the last waist button undone shows that they're too tight for casual wear. i also think that if they were looser in the shoulder/chest, it would look better overall.

I actually never button the bottom button untucked. I have been having my new shirts made a bit bigger in the shoulders. I just do not want to sell off my older ones.
post #8660 of 15966
the chest and arms look tight too. the shirt shape gives you a reverse v - narrow shoulders, wide waist. if you 2 inches added to the chest and a half inch to each of the shoulders, it would look a lot better.
post #8661 of 15966
I tried to dress like T1 today.

Crockett-n-Jawnz tassle loafers not quite as swanky as cheetah mocs. but I've got Pitti hair.
post #8662 of 15966
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

the chest and arms look tight too. the shirt shape gives you a reverse v - narrow shoulders, wide waist. if you 2 inches added to the chest and a half inch to each of the shoulders, it would look a lot better.

What I actually need to do is stop working so many hours and get back to the gym and get my stomach flat again. Time is catching up with me.
post #8663 of 15966
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

I tried to dress like T1 today.
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Crockett-n-Jawnz tassle loafers not quite as swanky as cheetah mocs. but I've got Pitti hair.

You win there.

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Parker, you look like a rockstar with great MC style, but you need louder loafers to be in T1 territory. He went with leopard, you need to go with ZEBRA!!!

post #8665 of 15966
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

mr. k - i think you would benefit from having all of your shirts resized up a little. the fact that you have to leave the last waist button undone shows that they're too tight for casual wear. i also think that if they were looser in the shoulder/chest, it would look better overall.

i always thought the undone bottom buttom was a stylistic choice when going casual.
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

I tried to dress like T1 today. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Crockett-n-Jawnz tassle loafers not quite as swanky as cheetah mocs. but I've got Pitti hair.

awesome. and thanks for explaining gdls joak. i did not get it until now.
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T1, you should send Parker one of your frayed pocket squares to help him complete the look.
post #8667 of 15966
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

T1, you should send Parker one of your frayed pocket squares to help him complete the look.


I'm actually working on the online store this weekend. Parker will definitely be a target customer. nod[1].gif

post #8668 of 15966
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

ftfy

truth.

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Ford Field.
Kent Wang
brand new APCs (will be hemmed post break-in)
Alden
post #8669 of 15966
What the hell are you doing up there, PB?
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