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post #32986 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Domindart View Post
heres what I wore yesterday.



I know its not much, but its my style, and I love it.

How can you fail to see that this just looks bad? Why do you tuck a washout tshirt into bootcut jeans, when wearing a wool coat? And with those things on your feet? Have you any idea, or theme, or feeling of what pieces might vibe with each other?
post #32987 of 38322
The wash of the jeans and the belt is terrible too.
post #32988 of 38322
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
What I recently wore:




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post #32989 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Domindart View Post
Hows the coat too big? It fits just right.

Pigeon chested? okay.....maybe its cause Im just damn skinny.

And as far as some of the comments made, they left me feeling a bit offended. the tile is custom made granite I think, chosen by my mother, and its beautiful. The carpet is dirty, but thats where my roommate comes in from the outdoors. The other shit is your allusions. The wall is the same cream as in my avatar. It looks a bit green due to the green in the photograph, most likely. The powder on my shoes is from the leather. It just does that. They are aldo shoes, and they do look a bit wierd in the photo, but they are okay shoes.


And if you want to assume I may be homeless cause theres a camping pack in the corner of the shot, thats your perception. Feel free to wonder!


And as for the beard and hat. Ive had a few people tell me the beard looks good. Including myself. If you think its unflattering, thats your opinion. Its hard for me to tell these days who has good opinion and who is a pretentious a$$hole. So I walk my own way.

Im not built to be a person who lives and breaths to please the perceptions of others. I wear what I feel good in, and I love life. That makes me confident and powerful.

I think it would look exponentially better if you took off the hat and put on a more fitted t-shirt. The neckhole is huge, it's clearly too big for you. The jacket is fine and the shoes aren't my cup of tea, but I think both of things would help a lot.
post #32990 of 38322
LabelKing is a poorer man for lack of a bolo tie.
post #32991 of 38322
First, people hating on dude's house need to cut that shit out. Not called for. There's enough to deal with clothing wise without critiquing the tile, anyway. Not everyone needs to be advised to move to the SF uniform first before branching out from there. This guy likes a more relaxed silhouette, or he doesn't understand fit. It's one of the two, let's say benefit of the doubt, relaxed silhouette. I know I'm a shameless optimist. Things to do to make steps in the right direction: 1. Shoes must die. Get something more neutral. Army trainers perhaps. Depends what you do with the rest of it. 2. Never tuck a T shirt into anything unless it's an undershirt and not to be visible at all. That particular T shirt may be too big for you, it's hard to judge whether it's too big or just roomy when it's tucked. 3. Washed jeans are okay, that's just a bad wash. A more standard fit is okay, but that's a particularly poor fit. There's probably somewhere in Atlanta that sells Earnest Sewn. Fultons might be for you and come in a variety of washes from passable to very solid. 4. The hat. Did you notice how everything else you're wearing is blue but the hat is green? Don't do that. 5. Find a useful colour palette, not just "everything in blue". Similarly, it is actually possible to wear things that have some thematic link, which may make it easier for you to put together fits that work.
post #32992 of 38322
Well, thank you guys for the replies on my outfit. though some of it is hard to read. I guess its just not a good look. I didnt know you couldnt tuck a T-shirt. I didnt know the fit was wrong on my pants.

When I put the hat on, I wasnt really caring. I didnt think the green looked that bad though. When you choose a color theme you arent always limited to one or two colors that look good together. I made the outfit mostly blue, but I thought the brown and green were okay.

I may or may not put some more thought into this..
post #32993 of 38322

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post #32994 of 38322
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Originally Posted by hossoso View Post
LabelKing is a poorer man for lack of a bolo tie.

I wore a colorful scarf, which seems to be more in line with what flashy Western people wore back then.
post #32995 of 38322
Blue and green should not be seen!
post #32996 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Dashaansafin View Post
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LK'll probably force-choke you for making this comparison.
post #32997 of 38322
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Originally Posted by I<3Bacon View Post
LK'll probably force-choke you for making this comparison.

Does LabelKing need to choke a bitch?
post #32998 of 38322
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Originally Posted by I<3Bacon View Post
LK'll probably force-choke you for making this comparison.

That individual's hat offends me.

It looks like it's made out of some sort of wool felt.
post #32999 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Hummingbird View Post
Blue and green should not be seen!

Is green with blue jeans a no no?
post #33000 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Hummingbird View Post
Blue and green should not be seen!
I think navy blue and green can look good together, depending on the shades.
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