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whats wrong with vintage shoes? (The second one will be mine soon)
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Originally Posted by Gravitas View Post
Actually that is closer to my actual classes. For FBLA there are a large number of style-challenged geeks and people who actually thing the organization matters. Add in a few douchebags and there you have it. People were actually playing Magic the Gathering, I though it rather odd (and quite comical).
I remember being in that thing like 2-3 years ago. I got lots of compliments on my $140 38R suit that I bought at jc penney or something (I'm 34R), when I used to dress like ridiculous shit. Sadly, the compliments were probably deserved if you were to compare my dress to other people I had no idea what I was doing then but at least I wore it right (as in, plenty of kids were walking around with all suit buttons done up, ties pulled loose with top button undone, untucked shirts, etc. etc. atrocious)
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Great jacket - makes me think my Barbera's are knock-off Woolriches. I like the jeans too, though I like cuffs a little flatter/less rolled.
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Travel Jil Sander leather jacket Jil Sander cashmere hoodie Jil Sander t-shirt Tim Hamilton selvedge Japanese jeans Jil Sander sneakers Raf Simons x Eastpak backpack Jil Sander trolley suitcase a few urinals in Newark
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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
I remember being in that thing like 2-3 years ago. I got lots of compliments on my $140 38R suit that I bought at jc penney or something (I'm 34R), when I used to dress like ridiculous shit.

Sadly, the compliments were probably deserved if you were to compare my dress to other people I had no idea what I was doing then but at least I wore it right (as in, plenty of kids were walking around with all suit buttons done up, ties pulled loose with top button undone, untucked shirts, etc. etc. atrocious)


At the same time, if you know how to wear it right (proper sizing, accessories, etc), you can rock even a cheap suit. The thing I've learned too is that it's not always appropriate to wear the very best--as an example, you shouldn't overdress for most job interviews, because while you want to look good, you never want to make your potential boss look too shabby.
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Boring.
Crew, RRDG
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Originally Posted by constant struggle View Post
AlanC - jeans fit perfect indeed...

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Originally Posted by Baron View Post
You're a quick study. Those jeans fit perfectly and they blend in seamlessly with your usual collection of great hats and thrift store gold.

Thanks much. They're great jeans. I may try jeans + tweed sportcoat soon to see how I like it.


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I love that first pic, but after you remove the jacket the outfit somewhat falls apart-- the belt + sweater are just too sloppy to hold up on their own.

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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post
Alan, the rest of the fit is great, but I'm not feeling that sweatshirt.

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alanc...i respect your effort...and i concur with the praise for the fit of your jeans...buuut...you're wearing them too high...don't like the belt here...don't like the sweatshirt tucked in...a lot of bullshit going on giving an impression of affectation and sending a convoluted message...

Okay, I've decided I agree with you about the belt. It didn't work. The sweatshirt is a nice piece that I really like. It's really too long to leave untucked (I've tried it). It might not have been the best choice with the other elements here, though.

As for the jeans being too high I really am wearing these at the hips. I can't really see how they could go much lower. Maybe I still don't have the feel for it yet.


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Originally Posted by A Harris View Post
Great jacket - makes me think my Barbera's are knock-off Woolriches. I like the jeans too, though I like cuffs a little flatter/less rolled.

Yeah, the cuffs aren't exactly to my liking, either. I probably will get these hemmed a little later on. Should I go with taller/flatter cuffs in the meantime?


Thanks for the comments from everyone. I suspect I'm never going to satisfy everyone with what I'm doing, but also recognize a lot of it can be done better.
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polo crocodile
cords uniqlo
eyewear rayban
watch titus
shoes clarks db
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Woo for not being SF Approved American Apparel 7FAM LL Bean Kahtadin Check out the angle there as well, the camera was on top of my curtains, it is basically a ceiling shot.
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do not like those jeans... why do so many people have such bad "non sf approved brand" jeans
i mean i have a share of pre selvedge jeans, but they are atleast good cuts...
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ok im pretty new to this but here goes very simple today:



ted baker scarf
uniqlo hoodie
cheap raw denim (soon to be replaced with apc ns)
shoes were some black vans
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Originally Posted by stinger70 View Post
If your going to post something boring at least attempt a decent head to toe photo against a clean back drop. With the recent influx of unappealing dorm/bedroom mirror shots I feel like I'm cruising for 18 yr old doods on gay.com when I see images like this.
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^ Ouch.

Listi: Jeans are the only thing particularly "non SF approved", which I would attribute more to their being awful than their brand. Something very affordable like Levi's 514s with the proper inseam length would be far better.
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They are my only pair of light jeans, I got em a long time ago for cheap. Bootcut is dumb ya, I don't personally think they're awful. Mediocre, yes. Will probably never be worn again once I wash my nudies and have something light coloured.
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Travel

Jil Sander leather jacket
Jil Sander cashmere hoodie
Jil Sander t-shirt
Tim Hamilton selvedge Japanese jeans
Jil Sander sneakers
Raf Simons x Eastpak backpack
Jil Sander trolley suitcase
a few urinals in Newark

Practicing your wide stance in the airport bathroom?
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