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post #9886 of 15020
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Originally Posted by Isolar View Post


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.

If you size down you will run into issues with sleeve and jacket length so I would keep the current size.
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@Isolar  fit is perfect on the teddy. i try to wear shirts with a more low cut or relaxed neckline. makes the all the difference in my opinion. 

 

just bought a new pair of black D02's and had em tailored up. sure i sized down to a 28, but after getting them altered they are without a doubt the best black jeans out there. 

post #9888 of 15020

@Steel28 @therattler @cyc wid it thanks guys, you really put my mind at ease. It's hard when you can't compare both sizes at the same time, but you guys are right. I'll definitely keep the 48.

post #9889 of 15020
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Originally Posted by Isolar View Post
 

I know everyone's probably tired of varsity fit pics, but I need to know if I should size down from 48 to 46 while I can still exchange it.

 

I wouldn't mind it slightly slimmer in the body, but I also don't want it too short as I'm pretty tall (around 190 cm).

 

Any thoughts?

 

 

 


@Isolar this fits you perfect. Almost exactly like how it looked in the Ad Campaign. Do not size down. 

 

post #9890 of 15020
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Here are a couple more fit pics. Sorry for not so good pictures.


Hey @Adrian Beckham, disregard all the hate on here for being athletic/having muscles.  I think the teddy actually fits you well. I would definitely wear a longer shirt underneath for layering and black jeans that are a little more 'slim fit' instead of "skinny" so you do not draw all attention to your quads. Cheers

post #9891 of 15020
Originally Posted by scanner View Post
 


This thread is becoming an embarrassment... any moderators here? 

 

 

Seriously.

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That ship sailed a long time ago.
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@samthemann thanks! I appreciate the help. Definitely keeping this size.

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Originally Posted by samthemann View Post


Hey @Adrian Beckham
, disregard all the hate on here for being athletic/having muscles.  I think the teddy actually fits you well. I would definitely wear a longer shirt underneath for layering and black jeans that are a little more 'slim fit' instead of "skinny" so you do not draw all attention to your quads. Cheers

Thanks, I appreciate it. I do agree on some points, and the jeans are 1" skinnier than all my others, and I did return them today. I am selling the teddy, but not giving up on SLP, and will hopefully have more pieces to add to my boots soon.
post #9895 of 15020
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Originally Posted by samthemann View Post


Hey @Adrian Beckham
, disregard all the hate on here for being athletic/having muscles.  I think the teddy actually fits you well. I would definitely wear a longer shirt underneath for layering and black jeans that are a little more 'slim fit' instead of "skinny" so you do not draw all attention to your quads. Cheers

Nigga this about three sizes too small.
post #9896 of 15020
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Originally Posted by scanner View Post
 


Rick Owens is a terrible suggestion for a built person. If Hedi makes his clothes for starving musicians, Rick makes his for stick figures at odd shapes and sizes. 

 

Uhm no, Rick himself said he designs for athletic people, he mentioned the idea of 'modern couture' which he says is going to the gym and actually working out for a toned body. He does have some skin tight stuff but he also does voluminous cuts and experimental silhouettes.

 

As for the long sleeves I still don't get why people would alter them, it's a signature design.

 

Just get Rick Owens Prisoner Pants instead of SLP D02s

 

 

You gotta get clothes that work with you not just because other people wear it. Think about what Rei Kawakubo said, you should shop based on how the clothes make you feel. None of her boutiques ever had mirrors in store.

post #9897 of 15020
What do you think about the Hedi Zipped boots in Dark Gold Grained Metallic Leather?

They fit as the wyatt?

Thanks
post #9898 of 15020

Some Rick Owens is difficult to pull off without looking silly, but a lot of it can easily work with SLP. Barring the blingy stuff, a lot of SLP really is just basics reworked to be super skinny/super minimalist. Not hard to pair the two, IMO. 

post #9899 of 15020
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Originally Posted by Isolar View Post
 


You don't think it looks too boxy?

 

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


I think the only thing that could be tweaked would be your shoulders because it seems like the teddy is a bit big for your shoulders. However, it is almost impossible to have the perfect fit since this stuff isn't bespoke. If you size down you risk having more cropped sleeves and a more cropped body which really only looks good for thinner physiques. If it is easy to try on a smaller size then I would check it out just to have that information to help you finalize the decision.

post #9900 of 15020
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Originally Posted by Adrian Beckham View Post


Thanks, I appreciate it. I do agree on some points, and the jeans are 1" skinnier than all my others, and I did return them today. I am selling the teddy, but not giving up on SLP, and will hopefully have more pieces to add to my boots soon.


I think you would look good stealing neonrider's style. He has that awesome shearling flight jacket that may complement your look. 

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