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post #5551 of 38322
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117 View Post
Vintage
5EP
Frye


This compliments your body type better than anything I've seen you wear. Looser, stacked jeans, rugged jacket, bigger-profile kicks. I wish you'd stick w/this look.
post #5552 of 38322
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Originally Posted by ken View Post
This compliments your body type better than anything I've seen you wear. Looser, stacked jeans, rugged jacket, bigger-profile kicks. I wish you'd stick w/this look.


You like it because he looks more like a bruiser (like you) :P. How come everyone can find super nice vintage leather jackets and I never do? What is your secret? I'm not really into the second-hand/vintage look but I'd like to find at least a nice one to contrast with my more designery leathers.
post #5553 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Asch View Post
Yes, I don't understand the popularity of EG pieces like this around here, among people who generally prefer fitted clothing. I have no problem with looser fits -- SuperBobo's are obviously outstanding examples -- but why would someone want their clothes to give the illusion of an apple body shape? Does anyone have photos of this jacket not causing the blob look?

Not exactly the same jacket but an EG one (the bulging at the chest is due to the akward position I have to use to take the picture and still show what I am wearing) :

post #5554 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
You like it because he looks more like a bruiser

Argh... 'tis true.
post #5555 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Arethusa View Post
Stop hourglass distorting your shots. It can't possibly be this hard to figure out how to use a camera.

Or when you do, at least don't stand in front of vertical blinds.
post #5556 of 38322


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JCrew shirt
H&M jacket
APC NS
Gant boots
post #5557 of 38322
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Originally Posted by ken View Post
This compliments your body type better than anything I've seen you wear. Looser, stacked jeans, rugged jacket, bigger-profile kicks. I wish you'd stick w/this look.

i'm no bruiser, and i was thinking just about the exact same thing
post #5558 of 38322
lookin like bruiser is badass.... and its totally and completely unpretentious and more importantly both ladies and true bruisers will think you look alright.. theres something to be said about not lookin like a guy in girls clothes... i think anyway... id like to see more of it around here as opposed to being dare i say fashionista..


and by the way BIGSKYDREAM like the look.. very clean and great fits everywhere.. i hope your toppin it off with a wool fedora or a kangol bucket hat or something instead of just your hair i think it could take the look from slightly marginally above average with great fits to eyecatching and sexy...
post #5559 of 38322
I'm shooting from about 8' which requires a significant amount of lens correction to overcome the natural distortion that comes from an insufficient amount of distance to overcome the short focal length of my camera. I shot with pretty much the same settings that I've been using in the past but the reason the distortion was more visible from these pictures was that I accidentally had a bit more downward angle then I usually use and corrected that with PS rather than retaking a picture since I was tired. Sorry, but suffice it to say, these pictures are a pretty close approximation of what it would look like if shot in a studio from a proper distance. If anyone wants to contribute better photographic hardware or a studio for me to shoot my pictures, then go for it, otherwise WYSIWYG. Thanks for the comments about my jacket picture. I like it but it doesn't fit my everyday aesthetic. I'll wear it from time to time, though.
post #5560 of 38322
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117 View Post
I'm shooting from about 8' which requires a significant amount of lens correction to overcome the natural distortion that comes from an insufficient amount of distance to overcome the short focal length of my camera. I shot with pretty much the same settings that I've been using in the past but the reason the distortion was more visible from these pictures was that I accidentally had a bit more downward angle then I usually use and corrected that with PS rather than retaking a picture since I was tired. Sorry, but suffice it to say, these pictures are a pretty close approximation of what it would look like if shot in a studio from a proper distance. If anyone wants to contribute better photographic hardware or a studio for me to shoot my pictures, then go for it, otherwise WYSIWYG.

Thanks for the comments about my jacket picture. I like it but it doesn't fit my everyday aesthetic. I'll wear it from time to time, though.

One way or the other, I agree with a lot of the other posters. Nice jacket, nice look overall. It works for you.
post #5561 of 38322
dude if that jacket doesnt work for your everyday asthetic you need to change your everyday asthetic... sorry.. I for the life of me cant see how an individual can wear that many solid color $200.00 button ups and jeans everyday (unless you have to for work related issues or whatever). But seriously i think DRIZZT with all do respect and ill have to use an expression from down home here.... "you look like a bound up show dog" alot of the time loosen up throw in some vintage the jackets great the boots are cool the jeans finally fit. you good throw on a newsboy cap or tweed ivy cap maybe And start to enjoy the looks from both sexes you will get... you just gotta loosen up bud its not all about fancy shoes and dress shirts and blazers...


How much do you spend on this stuff anyway? (dont answer that) if i was you id be beggin to spend some money in a cheap vintage store...


All the best SEAMLESS..


(look like a bruiser) not a show pony..
post #5562 of 38322
^^ WTF?

Drizzt manages a tech company IMMSC, thus he can dress in pretty much whatever he wants within a business casual framework. Dark denim with a sport coat over short sleeve polo? No prob. Leather jacket over t-shirt, everyday? I don't think so.

Besides, his WAYWNT pics are all cropped to leave out the face. I honestly don't see how people can judge others' personal aesthetic without such indispensable information...
post #5563 of 38322
Less finals, more fits:
post #5564 of 38322
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Originally Posted by whacked View Post
^^ WTF? Drizzt manages a tech company IMMSC, thus he can dress in pretty much whatever he wants within a business casual framework. Dark denim with a sport coat over short sleeve polo? No prob. Leather jacket over t-shirt, everyday? I don't think so.
Yeah, I'm a consulting manager. I wear suits to meetings but sort of business casual when I'm in the office meeting with my consultants who are typically business formal. While I can pull off a somewhat business casual look, I'll probably have a full-fledged rebellion on my hands if I dress up like Tyler Durden while they're sitting across my desk in suits haha As far as how much I spend on clothing per year, you probably really don't want to know.
post #5565 of 38322
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Originally Posted by hossoso View Post
Nice. Where can I get that jacket and who is it made by?
Nice jacket but a very confusing outfit. Nothing compliments the other. Color scheme is all over the place, items fight between youthful and father trying to fit in with the young crowd. Cap is a styling attempt too far, driving the overall look over a cliff's edge to a messy landing!.
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