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lmao what are you talking about... Rick Owens himself is ripped and youre trying to say it isn't made for bulky/built people?... Most of the people wearing it Are either ripped or very toned.
 

 

 

Maybe you should stop reading Internet PR and actually try on some of the clothes yourself

 

Also, Rick is like 5'8.. Do you think he makes super long shirt dresses for himself?

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Some Rick outerwear is not ideal if you had broad shoulders. I've gone through 3 or 4 MA-1's and I'm no bodybuilder. There's also the issue of really really long sleeves, but that's a design choice. A lot of really jacked people find Rick stuff that works for them though. YMMV.
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Chains and Nightriders today

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Maybe you should stop reading Internet PR and actually try on some of the clothes yourself

Also, Rick is like 5'8.. Do you think he makes super long shirt dresses for himself?
I actually have and I'm a skinny and tall dude. Looked terrible. Considering actually selling my ramones cause skinny + chunky boot doesn't look completely right. A bulkier body would balance out the big silhouette of the shoe.
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Chains and Nightriders today

beautiful. It's posts like these that make me consider chain vs normal harness wyatts.
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A lot of people don't like to wear the harness Wyatt because it is pretty flashy already and the rest of the outfit generally needs to be toned down to create something that isn't over the top. Chained harness is going to create a even bigger challenge but sometimes wearing it with something flashier helps blend it all together so the chains don't feel out of place. 

 

With that said, here are some inspo pics:

 

(I think he deleted his instagram account?)

 

(https://www.instagram.com/p/-yQ2b3STqk/?taken-by=eine_ine)

 

(https://www.instagram.com/p/-v4wK2yTnM/?taken-by=eine_ine)

 

(https://www.instagram.com/p/0fTAByyTkv/?taken-by=eine_ine)

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Yeah that makes sense. I love the chain detail but I think with my limited selection of clothing I'd be better off with a versatile pair like the regular harness.
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Some Rick outerwear is not ideal if you had broad shoulders. I've gone through 3 or 4 MA-1's and I'm no bodybuilder. There's also the issue of really really long sleeves, but that's a design choice. A lot of really jacked people find Rick stuff that works for them though. YMMV.


Agreed, however I know a lot of super built, jacked dudes that find his stuff unbearably difficult to wear... Apples and oranges, I just think that nowadays, designers are catering toward a specific demographic (the majority being the clientele that buys their product) over themselves. 

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Oh, and btw, TAN is now technically Cigaro. For some reason retailers are selling Cigaro color and labeling it as TAN. 

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@echau looks awesome man. im not a fan of the chains at all, never really understood the fuss, but you look great.

 

I like wearing my normal leather wyatts with the fw15 stand collar overcoat.

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Agree with vegas store being awesome. They didn't have my size in the grey jodhpurs but found it in NY and had it shipped. Might go back today to pick up the chelseas, debating black suede or leather.
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post


That looks perfect.


You don't think it looks too boxy?

 

I do think it drapes nicely, despite being less fitted than most SLP.

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You don't think it looks too boxy?

I do think it drapes nicely, despite being less fitted than most SLP.

Teddy has boxy cut, that's the style IMO.
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Teddy has boxy cut, that's the style IMO.


Yeah, definitely. What I meant was, you don't think it would look better with a slightly slimmer body (ie. the 46)?

 

I'm still figuring out how various things should fit.

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I would not size down.
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