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Wow, jpgm. That looks really great. I was thinking of posting a fit from the other day that's stuck on my broken camera but i almost don't see the point now.
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At first glance I thought it was Chris.
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comments on weight aside (which i don't think are a valid part of this discussion), jpgm i like that you can switch between several different styles with equally effective and effortless ease. Brutus, just caught your latest. well done, i think this is a superlative example of the aesthetic you have been capturing over the past few months.
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Favourite jpgm fit ever. That knitted trench just slays. Warlok, solid as usual, excellently done jantzen.
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Armani sportscoat
NM pocket-square
Brioni shirt
Kiton pant
BJ belt
BR socks
Sperry Top-Sider
Creed cologne


Awesome fit as always!!

And I love all your alligator belts and shoes.
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thanks for the comments people.

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is it just me or does jpgm look like hes aged 10 years in like the last 6 months?
It just looks like he lost some weight.
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At the risk of sounding like an ass, I'll have to agree with both of you. I know a handful of people who went through significant weight loss... half of them look like they got younger, half of them look like it aged them. jpgm, I believe, falls into the latter category.

jpgm... only saying this because you're one of my favorite posters on here. Whatever weight you were six months ago, you should try to get back up there.
ive probably lost a kg or two in the last month or so, but thats about it. my weight has been pretty much the same for quite a few years. i think its a case of being hideously busy and overtired more than anything else. ive been absent here recently because my final papers have been due.....lots of study, lots of stress, lots of caffeine, overindulging on my meds, & not eating or sleeping much = not looking too healthy. im sure many of you can relate to that.
cheers for the concern though.

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comments on weight aside (which i don't think are a valid part of this discussion), jpgm i like that you can switch between several different styles with equally effective and effortless ease.
this is nice to hear coming from someone whose personal style as well as outlook on fashion i really respect. i see fashion a lot like music/food/art etc in that way - theres a broad spectrum of aesthetics and styles to appreciate, so why not take advantage of that?


your jeans are looking seriously good at the moment, brutus and braid.
brutus - nicely worn in okinawas are few and far between, great stuff.
braid - what denimz are those?
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Originally Posted by jpgm View Post
APC crepe soled boots
hell's bells bauhaus
sugarcane belt
UT t
who's who gallery knitted trench
nom*d skull cap
thomas meihofer ring


i like your bangs.
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nice fit, jgpm. i've been hunting for a thin and light knitted trench- yours looks great. almost copped a knitted trench by attachment, but i decided it was too bulky and long.

Anyways, I'm back in Manila for the summer- it hit 93ºF today.


MMM Aids tee
Dior Dauphin jeans
Common Projects dress shoes
Viridi-Anne bag
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hehehe, thanks for all that love I received on the fit ;D. Can't reply to all of this... just tooo much input.

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andimq, seems like you can pull it off

but what's the boundary? how can you balance this traditionally feminine look with enough masculinity?
I don't I just don't care... there are a lot more important things to care about *smile*.

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andimq's look is fine to me but i think its hard to pull or the deep v neck... i think you have to have some pecs or at least some male cleavage to do it.... some type of muscle definition or separation is in order... maybe?
Naaaah... no muscle definition. I've once seen a southern europe looking guy, toasted from the tanning bed, muscles all the way wearing a DV and it just looked riddiculous to me.

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Not a fan. Looks kinda greasy-Eurotrashy. Not to mention very plain and uninspired. This look wouldn't look out of place in the Urban Outfitters catalogue.
greasy Eurotrashy urban outfittery? Nice 1.

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I'm digging it andimq. Wish I could wear deep v's like that but my chest is a bit too hairy.
Shave it

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you look like an asshole. i am not saying you are one, you're probably a nice guy and if you're taking law classes you're probably pretty smart. but if i saw someone wearing that outfit i would think they are a smarmy asshole. but again, you probably aren't an asshole, so what do i know
So let's narrow that down to being a Smartass(hole)? Fine with me! :P
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APC crepe soled boots
hell's bells bauhaus
sugarcane belt
UT t
who's who gallery knitted trench
nom*d skull cap
thomas meihofer ring
Usually love it bro, but not today. Made me think of this guy:

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Jil Sander ivory jacket
Michael Bastian washed white shirt
Emporio Armani blue/white linen pants
Jil Sander brown leather slipper mocs
post #16122 of 38322
jpgm, holy shit man that fit is amazing!!
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Any of these would have worked. As a member of the SSDS club, can we get Sauce to give us an "Amen?"

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Testify!!!
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I'm not feeling JPGMs knit trench. To me it looks like a bathrobe, and don't like the tucked boots, looks like he's wearing chunky rubber galoshes. I'm a fan of JPs fits, but this one is hardly "amazing", to me at least.
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