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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

This is my favorite fit from you. Basically all that I want in a fit with 3 pieces max. The boots are killer man, you said you weren't sure if they were womens or not right? I cant find even a picture of anything similar. I've also been waiting/looking for some Margiela slim trousers (pretty sure its been done before) with a slight flare for a while, really like that 70's look

I'm all about the flare right now, got some super flared jeans (more than these) and can hippie-wear them with joy. Margiela flared dress pants would be an excellent addition but right now the only ones I can think of have a slight bootcut feel but that is about it. I do have some rather wide, white cotton Margiela pants that are perfect for summer.

Boots are size 41 MMM so probably men's but I got them at the (rare) Margiela sample sale and they might have been prototypes or maybe for some female model with very big feet (not that they bother, brands will make models wear shoes 2 size too small and not give a fuck).
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so flares - I am imagining something that is fairly snug in the top block and thigh, then yep flared at the bottom. see George below on the left.

if they aren't snug up top, are they still flares?

I suppose you could say Ringo and John are wearing mildly flared pants that are a bit more relaxed.

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Kapital/A Kind of Guise/Dayton
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Deserves a better pic - cloak X 3, nonnative

SPACE GRUNGE
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space tease
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I like space grunge

I need a tan bomber and some cargos
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
vis
TOJ
Geller
Rick
Levis
Rick
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^Awesome
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DL, I think George was just a super skinny beanpole with no butt. I was just about to say you have to be like that for flares to look good, but then you have Barims so there goes that theory. 


Edited by Parker - 1/13/16 at 6:07pm
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Like the first and third fit (starting from your last post), hate the sneakers on the second fit. Maybe list the brands?

this is all e.g. and alden, others were all e.g. save for duffel coat the vis and the nike breds which i had to wear because every time i wear them my son scores 30+
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space tease

more like synth-tease.

 

@zxcvbnm wish your pics were bigger!

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Deserves a better pic - cloak X 3, nonnative

SPACE GRUNGE

are those the rancher side zips from this season/lasts? How'd you size? I have yet to purchase a pair of nonnative shoes that fit me, can't figure out the sizing.
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are those the rancher side zips from this season/lasts? How'd you size? I have yet to purchase a pair of nonnative shoes that fit me, can't figure out the sizing.

They are, and they are effectively sized down one. Officine Creative tends to run large (so sayeth the internet), and they have a bubble toe - very comfortable for a size 12 foot. 

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I guess if someone is gonna bring back the #flarez, @Fuuma is the man for the job.
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^Awesome

 

 

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more like synth-tease.

 

@zxcvbnm wish your pics were bigger!

 

Thanks guys. Maybe I'll spoiler larger photos next time!

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