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Originally Posted by ken View Post
You just walked through that wall, didn't you...

Those greycasts look nice.

Thanks, though the fading's nicer than it looks there... the lighting wasn't so hot. Plus, yeah, it takes them a while to regain full shape and color after they rematerialize.

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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
Sauce. I'm 98% sure i had the exact same express shirt but in short sleeve. I actually really liked the color of it, but it was back in my day of wearing things that didn't fit really well. I sold it awhile back but still have a picture on imageshack

http://img511.imageshack.us/my.php?i...ture016va7.jpg

Is that it? Also, i like the completely uneccessary walking pic. I did one awhile back quietly mocking but i need to do another.

I am the king of the unnecessary walking pic! I practically invented the form! I really just get tired of still shots. Shots in motion tell you a lot more about how the clothes actually fit.

The shirt you posted is different--mine has more colors and stripes of more varied thickness, and the colors contrast a little less. I love this shirt, it's basically an ideal summer shirt (light, thin, airy, colorful without being loud at all). It even fits well. Unfortunately, I've never seen another shirt at Express that measures up, either literally or figuratively.
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Originally Posted by kallun View Post
Spencer Hart canvas jacket
Tee
Julian Red Hobos Sugar
Martin Margiela Sneakers

This looks SO GOOD until you get to those sneakers, I think your ample man-cleavage makes those wide-necked tees work. Having that definition and a muscular neck prevents the wide-necked shirts from looking feminine.

PS- Maybe you should tone down your pec work out, they're borderlining on being too much. You don't really see it this photo, but I've noticed it in others.
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
Yea, i like that shirt, jet. If i move to LA, will i automatically grow matt leinert face scruff or do they just steal your razors upon entering?

Razor?

I shave twice a week haha, can't stand a smooth face. Luckily corporate is pretty laid back.
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a day of classes and library time today.




chucks
APC NS
topman t
schwipe hood
stonewood+bryce jacket
generic beanie
thomas meihofer ring
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^ APCs looking really really good.

Bought a pair from a guy on sufu a month ago, yet to receive them
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Originally Posted by ts4them View Post
This looks SO GOOD until you get to those sneakers, I think your ample man-cleavage makes those wide-necked tees work. Having that definition and a muscular neck prevents the wide-necked shirts from looking feminine. PS- Maybe you should tone down your pec work out, they're borderlining on being too much. You don't really see it this photo, but I've noticed it in others.
The sneaker look alot lighter/brighter in the pic. agree that they don't come off well. I am starting to be considerate with my pecs >) Thanks! Modern Amusement Tee Julian Red jeans Bernhard Willhelm High Tops Chopard LUC 2000 watch
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kallun, just wanted to say that I missjudged you on that A&F dolce jeans thing.. you do have good taste and take risks, not just trying to look hot. While you´re style is a bit too flashy for me, it works very well for you.
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falling asleep steez
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Originally Posted by SuperBobo View Post
kallun, just wanted to say that I missjudged you on that A&F dolce jeans thing.. you do have good taste and take risks, not just trying to look hot. While you´re style is a bit too flashy for me, it works very well for you.

Thanks a lot SuperBobo!!

I am a great admirer of your style as well, as you say I would probably not pick the same clothes to wear but I like your fits and your clothes nonetheless.

Kind regards,

/TKL
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His jeans are not really predistressed and ill fitting. His shirt is not loud thick vertical stripes and his shoes are not an eyesore. Plus, all of his items fit him very well. It's not that jeans, shoes, and a button down shirt is instantly amjack, it's the way the "amjack" would wear those pieces. I think you're mainly thrown off by the fact that he's young and well groomed and perhaps the sunglasses, but the sunglasses are actually rather nice and subtle from this view at least. It's very possible to buy clothes from less than style forum approved brands such as diesel and morphine generation and make them look good. It's just a matter of having taste (as eason has) and being able to pick the few good looking, clean and sophisticated items. Unless you're talking about the guy under the sheet, because that's just next level shit none of us will fully understand for another few months until the trend hits us square in the face.
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^^ big problem is the diesel shoes..
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Originally Posted by kallun View Post
The sneaker look alot lighter/brighter in the pic. agree that they don't come off well. I am starting to be considerate with my pecs >) Thanks!

Modern Amusement Tee
Julian Red jeans
Bernhard Willhelm High Tops
Chopard LUC 2000 watch

Nice watch!!
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Originally Posted by dokelroth View Post
Hmm, didn't notice the shoes. I was more referring to the untucked and unbuttoned shirt. THanks for the explanation Chronog. It is obviously a fine line to tread.
I often lament the over-popularization of that particular look, as I've always been fond of it and have been wearing it's variations before it became so ubiquitous. A crisp white button down of the appropriate length worn untucked with dark jeans looks good on almost anyone, but add some bright, wide stripes and it's Amjack club-wear. So one must differentiate by the shirt's pattern and fit, the jean's quality and fit, and the shoes. Those Diesel shoes are an eyesore if they look like what I think they look like (standard brown sneaker/dress shoe hybrid with a squarish toe) and ruin what would be a solid outfit were they merely some Park Aves. IMO, of course.
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