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post #61 of 38322
braid - very nice, it'd be even better without the tie. everything always fits you perfectly. getsmart - cult - best of luck with the gallery, hope it all goes really well for you. goblin - badseeds - i'd love to see a better photo of that fit.
post #62 of 38322
Yesterday:

Miu Miu trench
Prada 2btn black w/ faint dotted stripe suit
Jil Sander shirt
Jil Sander tie
Ferragamo black Meeting derby

post #63 of 38322
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117 View Post

Zegna (shortened to BoO proportions)
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Are you standing lopsided or can the tailor not cut a straight line on a shirt hem?
post #64 of 38322
jpgm, harrington looks great.

cult, congrats on the new space. I'll be in Chicago this fall, maybe I'll stop in!
post #65 of 38322
YSL mohair jacket w/ tigereye buttons
Jil Sander shirt
Martin Margiela chinos
Ferragamo brown Brisbane loafers

post #66 of 38322
Razuel Well done!
Badseeds Looks effortless and great!
SoCal Can we please see the whole trench?

Resteröds cotton L/S with leather patches.
Raf by Raf Simons jeans
Buddhahood Saville Row shoes


post #67 of 38322
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I disagree. I think he should hem the jeans, but if he went with slim or skinny jeans the shoes would look enormous. A slim jean with a very slight bootcut might be the most flattering cut for him.
I never said skinny. I'm about his size from what i can see and 8-8.25" hem is normal. He's obviously past the fashion disaster stage but there's nothing wrong with subtle critique. I know he likes them and it's easier to accept a bootcut for your first forum jean than a straight leg or slightly tapered (also, slightly tapered doesn't mean skinny, i even made this point). I believe the bootcut ola is a really slim jean from the mid calf up. I'm not sure what the knee is but i'm guess about 8". I think making it 8" straight down or maybe slight boot like 8.25" would be fine. I also disagree that the shoes would look massive and throw the outfit off. He wouldn't be the first person to wear dress shoes with jeans with a straight or slightly tapered hem and it doesn't look bad or too big at all. If it was a really small 7" hem that barely fits on the shoe, then it'd look pretty bad and i would agree. I disagree that simply hemming them making them almost dangle over the shoes would look better. I think the problem is opening size, not length.


I think who, posted jet's best fit yet. Whatever happened to that 1-2 blurry mirror pics that jet actually took a few months ago. Did tim donaghy put together and photograph those fits or something? I'm confused
post #68 of 38322
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YSL mohair jacket w/ tigereye buttons

that YSL jacket is rad. I think there was a GQ spread a few months ago where Topher Grace was wearing the same jacket in blue and it's definite eye candy to see someone wearing it.
post #69 of 38322
Yup there was a lighter almost robin egg blue version.
post #70 of 38322
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
I never said skinny. I'm about his size from what i can see and 8-8.25" hem is normal. He's obviously past the fashion disaster stage but there's nothing wrong with subtle critique. I know he likes them and it's easier to accept a bootcut for your first forum jean than a straight leg or slightly tapered (also, slightly tapered doesn't mean skinny, i even made this point). I believe the bootcut ola is a really slim jean from the mid calf up. I'm not sure what the knee is but i'm guess about 8". I think making it 8" straight down or maybe slight boot like 8.25" would be fine. I also disagree that the shoes would look massive and throw the outfit off. He wouldn't be the first person to wear dress shoes with jeans with a straight or slightly tapered hem and it doesn't look bad or too big at all. If it was a really small 7" hem that barely fits on the shoe, then it'd look pretty bad and i would agree. I disagree that simply hemming them making them almost dangle over the shoes would look better. I think the problem is opening size, not length.
When you hem a bootcut jean, the leg opening gets smaller, because the leg opening increases from knee to hem. The BOLA flares out only in the last few inches. Hemming a BOLA makes it a straight leg jean, or close to it. Anyways, I think hemming it a few inches would help with the stacking issue and also make it look a bit straighter, but I think a bigger leg opening isn't a bad thing for him anyways. I'm not sure what shoe size you wear chronoaug, but I believe Raz is like 13-13.5, so bigger leg openings help cover a bit of that.
post #71 of 38322
SoCal - Perfect balance between fashion and business. Digging the tie and trench in pic 1 and the jacket in pic 2.
post #72 of 38322
todays mediocre pics:



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^^once again, i like.
post #74 of 38322
looking great
post #75 of 38322
I feel like we should vote on where Bobo should take his next random shot. I say the butcher/deli section.
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