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mayday mayday we got a troll
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Originally Posted by mitchellmcm27 View Post

finally scored some og mmm side zips on ebay after years of searching.

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j crew (cut off the collar)
silent
mmm

not feeling the pant cuffing
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I would like to see some more rugged boots also with that Sinned outfit. I was thinking like a muted brown chunky boot, maybe suede or horse hide. Buttero maybe, or Trickers, or......? I think all the other pieces are pretty cohesive.
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Lets split the difference and say some APC PS cords and some brown Chelseas.
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

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need some feedback, what do you guys think? (found pic from few weeks back)

I tried a more casual rather than my normal go to ro/ccp look. the classic ma1 look is not slim but warm and comfy.

What can i do to improve it?
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toj ma1
schneider collard shirt
nudie slim jim jeans after 3 years of wear
alden color 8 shell captoes

There's something I quite like about how you've put the shirt w the MA-1. Quite, quirky.

Don't like the jeans + shoes.
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fake fit: MA-1 and Aldens Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by nicelynice - 8/18/14 at 4:10am
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sinnedk - I'd either swap the shoes for chunkier boots, or swap the jeans for a slimmer legged solid indigo/black. Either would work.

Thanks for everyone's feedback on the EG bucket - I might give it another go, but I think caps work better on me.
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

That combo of denim+Alden looks dadcore as fuck, and not in a good way.

Exactly what came to mind for me. None of the pieces are cohesive at all in any way either.

MoK - had to do a double take when I saw P.A.M. in your brands list! It's particularly funny as Melbourne trendy young fashion/dance music people adore the label, it's HUGE here in that scene. And very cool to see you wearing it so differently to how they do - and extremely well to boot!
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Everyone beat me to the punch posting a fit with this jacket, oh well -

Vintage Ray-bans, EG x 3, Birks
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Originally Posted by Ken P View Post

Everyone beat me to the punch posting a fit with this jacket, oh well - Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Vintage Ray-bans, EG x 3, Birks

Nice work, Ken P! In the past you have worn some EG pieces that I always felt you were trying to force into a fit. This, however, ties together very nicely.
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

Nice work, Ken P! In the past you have worn some EG pieces that I always felt you were trying to force into a fit. This, however, ties together very nicely.
Thanks! It's starting to get a lot easier too put a fit together now that my EG collection is growing.
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I don't think it's jeans and aldens- I think its the Nudies in particular. They look short and wide to my eye, and it's why NN's untucked + aldens works better

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Nn, that looks v. Good. Silhouette is a nice slim, not tight; colors fit with that. Trad but corrupted. Who makes the ma1?
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what sinned is missing the most is any intuition for combining these pieces. Its an incongruent mixture of a bunch of SF approved items.

If you were new I would advice to lurk more.


mitchels fit is really nice!
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

Y'all are nerds untucked + jeans for life!!
nerd power



Schneider
ToJ
gpope
Edited by zxcvbn - 8/18/14 at 10:42am
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