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Originally Posted by berlin report View Post
I actually have no idea what that installation was about but those robots were all over the place.
That would be awesome if they were auctioned off for charity. A group in Seattle does that, but the statues are always things like pigs, or nutcrackers. Edit: It looks like the robots were an exhibit put together by Oliviero Baldini, as a tribute to old Japanese anime.
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iTunes Playing: Asleep by The Album Leaf from the record One Day I'll Be On Time J Crew x APC Cure x Con
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Replay dark blue jeans Diesel brown leather belt Giorgio Armani slim fit black ribbed top Paul smith signature stripe scarf Topman overcoat Tag Heuer vintage watch Paul Smith gloves
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^^^^^^^ You look like a 70's cartoon character mate!. If a gust of wind catches the lapels of your coat and the hems of your jeans you'll get carried away like Mary Poppins. This is just not very good at all, your only excused if you live in a town of 20 people 150 miles from the nearest road.
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I'm just scrubbing it running errands today, but here is a slightly drunk me at new year's. This is when i was still relatively aware of my surroundings cloak grey apc cures (not pictured) apcxnikes (not pictured) Great pic, berlin. Eric Glennie would be proud of the robot wearing high heels.
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Originally Posted by Rye GB View Post
You look like a 70's cartoon character mate!. If a gust of wind catches the lapels of your coat and the hems of your jeans you'll get carried away like Mary Poppins.

I actually like the coat's lapels, but yeah, the jeans... not so much.
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It's a goal of mine to someday be zinged by Rye.
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster View Post
I actually like the coat's lapels, but yeah, the jeans... not so much.
The jeans are "The Bull In The China Shop", they just trash the entire silhouette. I think his pose with the blurred out face makes me think of the cut-outs at the theme park you stick your head through to look like your favorite 70's cartoon detective.
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Originally Posted by randomtw View Post
surface to air hoodie?

yes it is
post #6565 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Rye GB View Post
The jeans are "The Bull In The China Shop", they just trash the entire silhouette.
I think his pose with the blurred out face makes me think of the cut-outs at the theme park you stick your head through to look like your favorite 70's cartoon detective.

While I agree that the silhouette is pretty wonky, I disagree that it is particularly 70's, or that the 70's silhouette is inherently bad. Actually, I really like the drama of the characteristic silhouette of the 70's of a superfitted top and jacket, with thigh clenching pants of jeans that widened to a true flare. Mick Jagger looked awesome onstage in his gear around this time, especially when the sleeves of his shirts were belled and the collars were enormous to match. And the silhouette was definitely the business is innumerable Blaxploitation movies. As for 70s Anime, that was awesome!

The problem here is that the jeans are sort of shapeless all the way down, and that the jacket is a size too big. Also, what is the deal with taking pics with no shoes? All outfits (especially those featuring outerwear) look wierd without footwear.
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In response to a recent thread: " What's the dressiest denim you own." Sports Mohair Jacket: Valentino 'Tailoring" Shirt: Isaia Linen Pocket Square Denim: Dior Homme Black Raw 19cm Boots: Crockett and Jones "Coniston" Watch: Bvlgari Assioma Chrono 48mm Scent: Montale's Blue Amber
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster View Post
New jacket and new boots, both grabbed at serious discounts. Not sure I like them together necessarily, but I really wanted to wear them both.

Walking two miles to work in new boots was a horrible idea, I can barely walk at all right now. Hooray for bloody socks.


-Triple5 Soul jacket (seriously... I was surprised, too, usually I don't much like their stuff)
-brown Old Navy henley
-APC NS
-J-brand boots

hey sauce where did you cop the boots? I like em
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Finally got my pic issues figured out.

Lands End Oxford
APC
Old Brown leather Belt
Sebagos Boat Shoes
Cheap Orvis Quartz Watch with Grosgrain Strap


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Brandish, The fit on the shirt is off, it's billowing out at the back and the sleeves look too wide and a bit on the short side. The pattern kind of reminds me of a tablecloth. Also, it's hard to get a good idea of the fit with just a profile shot like that. Deipnosophist, although you've already taken a beating for that fit, I just want to add that the Paul Smith striped scarf is basically the same as the Burberry novacheck - blatantly branded and obnoxious. I know there are some big Paul Smith fans here, but I just think the stripes are garish. While I'm on this jag, Chrono, although the Cloak sweater is a nice piece, I don't think it works that well on you, with your baby face and curls, and having seen the usual kind of outfits you post in this thread. You need to up the goth ninja factor.
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Yeah Lands End doesn't have the greatest fitting shirts, plus my fiance put it in the dryer so it shrunk up in a weird way. Its kind of around the house beater shirt if that makes sense. Im working from home and chose comfort over fit today
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