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Valentino hoodie shearling coat
LP polo
Zegna pant
NM scarf
Portoland gloves
Brioni belt
NM socks
DE bluchers
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Michael J Krell Henley
Red Wing belt
Nudie Thin Finn Ultra Indigo Coated
Adidas Samba K

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What size is that Krell henley? Incidentally, can we get on with the Drizz commentary already? He likes tight jeans and short sleeves. Do we need to see the same comments for every fucking outfits he posts? I just want to preempt the full page of "Dude, those jeans are way too tight. You should have sized up one." comments.
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What size is that Krell henley?

Incidentally, can we get on with the Drizz commentary already? He likes tight jeans and short sleeves. Do we need to see the same comments for every fucking outfits he posts? I just want to preempt the full page of "Dude, those jeans are way too tight. You should have sized up one." comments.

It's a 44, which is a custom size I guess. The sleeves are actually pretty much perfect length but I rolled them up earlier today so now they are sitting a bit shorter. I guess they'll be back to normal after a wash.
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It's a 44, which is a custom size I guess. The sleeves are actually pretty much perfect length but I rolled them up earlier today so now they are sitting a bit shorter. I guess they'll be back to normal after a wash.
Looks good. It might be the angle but it looks a bit high on the neck. Maybe open a button or two?
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What size is that Krell henley?

Incidentally, can we get on with the Drizz commentary already? He likes tight jeans and short sleeves. Do we need to see the same comments for every fucking outfits he posts? I just want to preempt the full page of "Dude, those jeans are way too tight. You should have sized up one." comments.

Yes please. If you have constructive criticism just leave it and move on. Drizz has become the victim of rampant critical redundancy.
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Please don't give AL&S equal importance as Breitling.

I think the formulation is misleading. If I do not completely misjudge you, I'd guess you absolutely worship Lange&Söhne but can not for the life of me imagine you wearing a Breitling...
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Wearing an incongruent outfit so you can show off your watches seems a little odd to me.

That's not the primary reason I like my jacket/shirt sleeves to be shorter, it's mostly an aesthetic decision, but certainly it's not an insignificant factor.

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Most people cannot identify high end watches anyways...

Maybe where you are that's true, here's in SoCal, budding golddiggers are trained from youth to identify expensive watches. A few months ago I was at a party and a girl I was making idle conversation asked me out of the blue if the watch I was wearing was a Royal Oak Offshore, and she even knew how to prounounce "Audemars Piguet"!!! wtf.

Certainly Breitling and Lange aren't in the same tier of watches, I was simply giving a few examples of pieces I wear.
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Ben Sherman coat
Unis buttondown
TaT cardigan
Crate Hamilton jeans
Alden cordo chukka

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The Cinch x aa x Dior Homme x Acne x Dries
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looking good jason and rye!
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Originally Posted by rambo View Post
Do we need to see the same comments for every fucking outfits he posts?

Yep, we do.

And you forgot:
1. Comparisons of how the shoulders on his various jackets fit.
2. Criticism of his photography skills.
3. Discussions of his preference for untucked vertically-striped shirts with jeans; and
4. "Dude, you'd look better in a more relaxed pose."

GS, that coat is killer.
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The Cinch x aa x Dior Homme x Acne x Dries

great fits as always, but I always find myself wondering what it is you're looking at that's just outside the photo on the floor
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great fits as always, but I always find myself wondering what it is you're looking at that's just outside the photo on the floor
You didn't know that I'm totally blind?. I thought that was common knowledge.
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