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Bloddy hell MMM makes great trousers need a pair, for me its okay for stacking if its jeans but trousers definetely want to shorten them just enough to not stock and sit above the shoe.

The white shoes look kinda out of place to me, more so converses...design shape colour
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Mykita x DD, ZB, JE, TVA, IS

 

The pants fabric is actually more like heavy weight denim rather than 'linen-y'. Also they're darker/dirtier looking than on photo.

post #15543 of 15549
Looks solid but idk if the leather is the best option there
post #15544 of 15549
Looks great, love those IS boots and the pants are perfect
post #15545 of 15549

 Auximeness, slimmer pants or pants/jeans with a more aggressive taper would have looked much better here. The shape of the boots is ace.

post #15546 of 15549
Cut your fingernails tho
post #15547 of 15549
Isolation,

That Qlo piece is great for wearing under a coat but I don't know if I'd make it a centerpiece for your buttoned-up fits. It's not strong enough for the role you're giving it in those outfits.

needhelp,

That's pretty solid. Might be better with a different sweatshirt/hoodie

Aux,

Great jacket. Fits you really well.
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post #15549 of 15549
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Cut your fingernails tho


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