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Y3 Qasas

 

thx
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eh? I don't get it 

I can understand the confusion. Basically, your outfit doesn't meet forum standards. You theoretically could post a similar fit, but it would have to be at three times the price, and part of some type of collaboration.
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@RegisDB9

 

The trousers look a perfect fit, the boots are really really nice, I'd certainly like to see more of them. The belt fits in the picture.

The shirt, well, it does not go together with the overall look; the general shape, the part around the neck looks like from a worn pyjamas, those sleeves are not for your arms.

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@RegisDB9


The trousers look a perfect fit, the boots are really really nice, I'd certainly like to see more of them. The belt fits in the picture.
The shirt, well, it does not go together with the overall look; the general shape, the part around the neck looks like from a worn pyjamas, those sleeves are not for your arms.

Thanks for the feedback man. 99% of the time I am boots/pants/slim top, I have a few pieces here and there that break the cycle (at least in the top block) and keep my plain/boring aesthetic interesting for me. I actually like the sleeves a lot for some reason (I generally like my ts to hit mid bicep) and I'm really enjoying the sloppy top and slim bottom thing at the moment
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Thanks for the feedback man. 99% of the time I am boots/pants/slim top, I have a few pieces here and there that break the cycle (at least in the top block) and keep my plain/boring aesthetic interesting for me. I actually like the sleeves a lot for some reason (I generally like my ts to hit mid bicep) and I'm really enjoying the sloppy top and slim bottom thing at the moment

I think it's the material/cut of that shirt that bothers me, not the actual comfort fit. Plus, I think you should try some other comfort style shirts to get a better idea of possibilities; you have a body that can wear practically anything and look stylish, so I don't see why limiting to the slim tops :))

now I have to hurry, it's a cold morning and I have to get my lawn a haircut before the opressive heat hits with all its weight :D :)) 

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This is what´s missing on Regis´ fit 

 

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Thanks man, I'm trying to give the loose shirt thing a try. I still prefer slim shirts though

 

 

I'd be interested to see how that shirt looks un-tucked(maybe not in that particular outfit of course).  You have a very sleek/tidy look to most of your outfits, and they certainly look nice, but I think the margeila stuff can also be worked into a more nonchalant kind of styling that can be cool as well.

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Margiela has probably made a shirt with a cigarette box rolled up in the sleeve at some point.
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I'd be interested to see how that shirt looks un-tucked; I think the margeila stuff can also be worked into a more nonchalant kind of styling that can be cool as well.

This awakened memories of a decade ago.

An American aircraft carrier dropped the anchor in a nearby town and the crew spilled into it and the surrounding coastal towns.

They were mostly young, lean and tall. The weather was perfect, sunny but with the pleasant fresh air of the early summer. 

Yet, the local population was giggling after them, whispering discretely about their clothes. All of them had shirts outside their trousers, flapping around their butts, hanging down their waists. Add the patterns and the colours of that shirts and mostly washed out jeans, belts that were too narrow, some American tourist screaming shirts and you can explain, why the local men put aside even the designer summer shirts made to be worn un-tucked, for the next few years. 

 

Cigarettes? The reality of smoking men is rather far away from the Marlboro men; stained teeth, ruined gums, "kiss the ashtray" experience,... 

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Margiela has probably made a shirt with a cigarette box rolled up in the sleeve at some point.

Close enough


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LOL why am I not surprised?
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I'd be interested to see how that shirt looks un-tucked; I think the margeila stuff can also be worked into a more nonchalant kind of styling that can be cool as well.
This awakened memories of a decade ago.
An American aircraft carrier dropped the anchor in a nearby town and the crew spilled into it and the surrounding coastal towns.
They were mostly young, lean and tall. The weather was perfect, sunny but with the pleasant fresh air of the early summer. 
Yet, the local population was giggling after them, whispering discretely about their clothes. All of them had shirts outside their trousers, flapping around their butts, hanging down their waists. Add the patterns and the colours of that shirts and mostly washed out jeans, belts that were too narrow, some American tourist screaming shirts and you can explain, why the local men put aside even the designer summer shirts made to be worn un-tucked, for the next few years. 

Cigarettes? The reality of smoking men is rather far away from the Marlboro men; stained teeth, ruined gums, "kiss the ashtray" experience,... 

What the hell are you talking about dude
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Maison Martin Margiela - Cream/Tan Silk Back Shirt - Charcoal Virgin Wool Trousers - Snake Hidden Belt - Replica 1950's Havana Sidezips

Shirt is fine, you could even wear a size larger I think, well not too sure if you tuck. Recent Margiela fabrics have been really good, the suiting is better than it was a few yrs ago.
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Yohji
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EG
White Mountaineering
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X-Post from the Big 'Bert thread

 

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Washed bomber
Long flannel
Dusters/flight pants

 
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