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post #8911 of 16227
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post

IST, who makes that SC? It looks great.

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post #8912 of 16227
Ok, I see your point, haven't taken the shoes into consideration, my bad.

For comparison this picture of IST

How is he able to achieve this straight line from his thighs to the leg opening while Bateman gets the punching and optical impressinon of a slimmer knee with a growing leg from down there to the leg opening?
I have the same "problem" with my jeans and just don't like that look and would love to know what causes it and how one could dress differently to avoid it happening.
post #8913 of 16227
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Ok, I see your point, haven't taken the shoes into consideration, my bad.
For comparison this picture of IST

How is he able to achieve this straight line from his thighs to the leg opening while Bateman gets the punching and optical impressinon of a slimmer knee with a growing leg from down there to the leg opening?
I have the same "problem" with my jeans and just don't like that look and would love to know what causes it and how one could dress differently to avoid it happening.

Maybe it's not an optical illusion...?
post #8914 of 16227
Maybe, but what differences in the cut of Igor's pants makes them fall straight which imo is the most flattering for a pair of pants, while Bateman gets this look of slim knee, wide leg opening?
post #8915 of 16227
Again, I think it's because he has "thicker" thighs and calves. At least I do and that's the same effect that I get when wearing slimmer cuts of pants... I don't like it either, and wish that I had slimmer legs, but I won't give up hiking satisfied.gif

ETA: I think Bateman looks great in that fit -- he's just more muscular than IST.
post #8916 of 16227
Also, the camera angles are so different that trying to compare the "geometry" of the pants is pointless.
post #8917 of 16227
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Originally Posted by bubba04 View Post

Again, I think it's because he has "thicker" thighs and calves. At least I do and that's the same effect that I get when wearing slimmer cuts of pants... I don't like it either, and wish that I had slimmer legs, but I won't give up hiking satisfied.gif
ETA: I think Bateman looks great in that fit -- he's just more muscular than IST.

Yup. I used to be a competitive weightlifter in college and still retain some of that size. Fitting into the likes of J. Crew urban slim and APC NS is a recent development for me, but I'm happy with my build and fit now.
post #8918 of 16227
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post

They're the urban slim.
IST, who makes that SC? It looks great.

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

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Borelli vintage.
post #8919 of 16227
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Originally Posted by IST66 View Post

Borelli vintage.

where did you kop from?
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post #8921 of 16227
Love the chambray shirt & vest combination!
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I would prefer a placket on a shirt as casual as that chambray but other than that I really like the fit.

post #8924 of 16227
Loose the bodywarmer, Bateman.
The rest of the outfit is very good.

Clarinetplayer, well.... It looks as if your legs take up 3/4 of your entire length. Not a fan od the outfit.
post #8925 of 16227
G9 Harrington by Baracuta/Finamore/A.P.C./Church`s Consul
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