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Poly- definately unbuttoned with that undershirt. Roll those shoulders back and give us a little more attitude. Love the look!
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster View Post
Unbuttoned, of course. Can't hide the neck on that sweater! I would complain about our weather, poly, but it's so much better than it was a couple days ago that I'm sort of afraid I'm just being ungrateful.
I don't know where Poly is but how can anyone complain about the weather around here - high-60's and sunshine! Perfect! No photo today but: V-neck black & grey striped sweater sky blue tshirt acne max raw black AE kennetts NYC - I'm not a big fan of the tshirt buttons showing underneath the button-down shirt, it's a little distracting for an otherwise clean outfit.
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Originally Posted by BrettChaotix View Post
I don't know where Poly is but how can anyone complain about the weather around here - high-60's and sunshine! Perfect!

Poly's in Philly, like me. Mid 60s, which is awesome, but dark and drizzly all day so far.
post #2930 of 38322
poly: when unbuttoned it's the best fit for a long time.
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Alright nyc_gaucho, since you wanted criticism last time but didn't get it, here goes:

The denim jacket is too big for you, and the Canadian tuxedo is a really hard look to pull off. Unfortunately, it's not working for you.

Your jeans are too high up on your waist and it makes you look like you have hips.

I'm not really into the shirt-unbuttoned-to-below-nipple-height look.

Happy?
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster View Post
Poly's in Philly, like me. Mid 60s, which is awesome, but dark and drizzly all day so far.

sounds just like seattle in winter.
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Originally Posted by nyc_gaucho View Post

Right. The man who wants critique. Well, here goes.

Fit: Everything is just slightly too big. That is not a drop shoulder shirt. The shoulder line of the shirt should hit about 1/2" higher on your shoulders. Also, I would go with a slimmer cut. Same goes with the jacket. That is a Type III jacket, which was designed to fit snug. You could go, maybe 2 sizes smaller. Only the Type I jacket (single chest pocket, cinch back, pleated front) is supposed to fit a little big. And then it should still fit square on the shoulders, just boxier around the torso. The jeans fit reasonably, but are cinched up unflatteringly high. You do not need to slouch them, but let them sit comfortably on your hips.

Details and color: Man, did you wake up and say "Today, today is a blue day." You need something there. I am nota fan of the all black outfit, but at least there is a statement there. Here, nada. The shirt is not doing it for me. It is a not a terrible shirt, but it looks like it should be worn with a suit. It looks like a pretty fine cloth. Too fine. Try an oxford cloth shirt instead. The dark henley under the (too unbuttoned) shirt looks busy without being interesting. The dark boots and belt fade into the background without drawing our eyes at all.
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
x-post from TaT thread...

fred perry gingham shirt
soon to come Thick as Thieves tennis jumper sample
Thick as Thieves grey windowcheck trouser
gap socks
Paul Smith brogues


What size is this sweater?
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I want that sweater ^
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Originally Posted by Lel View Post
What size is this sweater?

It's my size Med, but it's going to get tweaked a tiny bit
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Flannel
Tshirt
jeans
Boots
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
Whodini, hate to say this but your most current pic with the BoO shirtjac looks pretty damn good.
We all hate saying things. I, for one, hate saying that you stole the blankets AGAIN last night. Compliment fucking returned, by the way.
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thanks guys. The Vneck realistically wont be available until beg of December, just in time for Xmas for who's gift
Fixed. I might want a pair of those pants of yours, too. If there's anyone who'd get me out of my pants and into yours, it'd be you.
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Originally Posted by bant View Post
I can't seem to find the pic of this shirt jacket...
Not sure if you got confused (or maybe it's just me), but I'm wearing it in the photo. It's called a "shirtjack" based on its short length and is meant to be worn untucked.
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Originally Posted by kronik View Post
Any look inspired by me is not only going to be dangerously straight, but fantastically awesome. who is almost lame enough to ruin it, but he manages not to.
For those of you playing at home, this is kronjerk wearing the same shirt a few months back: As you can see here black is beautiful, but pasty is tasty...
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So...no replies last time. How about today?

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^^^ The graphic tee with stripped cardigan look really busy and really sloppy. A cardigan like that would probably need something VERY basic, perhaps a white v-neck tee or a simple button-up. You could try experimenting with different colors but I think the b/w combo of the cardigan is really going to limit things down.
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