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Random shirt
Leegin belt
5EPxSF
PS
(kick-me dog cameo)
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster View Post
Whatever you do, don't color it. Those people are morons with no taste. (Oops--I hope "those people" aren't, uh, close friends or family members.) The hair is awesome. If my hair was that color, I'd actually let it grow out.

Today (fear the slouch):



Old jacket I got years ago from H&M
RRDS, tailored
Bronx boots

I rarely wear these RRDS anymore, and this might be the last time in a while--I expect the 5EPs to fit very similar to these, but with a shorter back rise.

those RRDS look good...but now its got me worried that the 5epxsf jean is not as slim as i want it to be cuz isn't the RR fit supposed to be pretty straight/non-slim?, and maybe the 5ep jean just looked skinny to me cuz saucemaster's legs are substantially much bigger than mine :-(
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Originally Posted by bsyde82 View Post
those RRDS look good...but now its got me worried that the 5epxsf jean is not as slim as i want it to be cuz isn't the RR fit supposed to be pretty straight/non-slim?, and maybe the 5ep jean just looked skinny to me cuz saucemaster's legs are substantially much bigger than mine :-(
I'm sizing up one in the 5EPs, plus I plan on slouching it, so it'll be bigger on me than it is in your normal size. Plus, as I said, I had these RRDS tailored--they taper below the knee now. I wouldn't worry, the 5EP jean is plenty slim!
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Sauce, Damn you really know how to wear the hell out of simple peices. The slight boxiness/ shortness of the jacket perfectly complements the cut of the jeans.
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Sauce, what glasses are those? They look pretty nice. +1 on the outfit. Simple but cool.
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Originally Posted by berlin report View Post

Nice! This has sort of a Rennaissance look to it, but in a good way.
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Cold Chillin' at The Edge.



Stuntastic:
H&M
H&M
Crewneck
Dior
MC X Vans

Sycamore:
Uniqlo x Plokhov
Hairy Breast
Alex+Chloe
FlatHead3001
Visvim

Mrip:
Uniqlo
Supreme
Samurai
Visvim

Kiya:
Meima
Flat Head
LRG Custom Necklace
Iron Heart
Visvim

MOY:
Vibskov
Uniqlo
Josh Podoll
Dior
Dior
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^ One wonders what the combined retail value of that entire collage of clothing is.
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That L is ridiculous, can I borrow it?
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
Cold Chillin' at The Edge. Stuntastic: H&M H&M Crewneck Dior MC X Vans Sycamore: Uniqlo x Plokhov Hairy Breast Alex+Chloe FlatHead3001 Visvim Mrip: Uniqlo Supreme Samurai Visvim Kiya: Meima Flat Head LRG Custom Necklace Iron Heart Visvim MOY: Vibskov Uniqlo Josh Podoll Dior Dior
Most of it is nice, but Stunt's pose is reminiscient of a a child with a stunted brain. Also, Sycamore's fit is utterly horrid... Everybody else looks fine tho. Selfedge should higher some model-esque ladies.. Mmmmm. Berlin, I love everything about it except for the cuffs... Get the pants hemmed.
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argghh-gyle

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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
Jet, my fortune in Jas' pocket reads "Don't be surprised if things come up short." What was your fortune?

Mine said "He who ride scooter have small penis".
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Thread Starter 
Brioni shirt
vintage cufflinks
Incotex pant
MD belt
Armani socks
DE bluchers
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Wish I had a good camera
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argghh-gyle
very nice sweater, I think the jeans are a bit too big. just the opinion of myself tho
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