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post #5806 of 11933
the kunk has spoken.

I don't think it's bad I just think it's plain. Some people like the clean look. I think it suits you.
post #5807 of 11933
He has pony hair chukkas

The leather does not suit him
post #5808 of 11933
I don't think the leather is that bad actually. I think what is throwing it off is the tiny rise of the jeans, the guy is obviously not that small but looks like he's wearing Petit Standards or something. Try Dior Hommes and see if the look doesn't fix itself. If that doesn't work, put some tube socks in your pants.
post #5809 of 11933
^Was going to say that. Try pants with higher rise. The latter photo with denim still looks like you're trying to pull down your pants

(I think I see some skin patch[1].gif)
post #5810 of 11933
Leather looks alright. You should be able to make that work. Would look better with a longer U or V neck t.
post #5811 of 11933
well it dont even look like u can zip it up...foo.gif
post #5812 of 11933
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Originally Posted by Swiss View Post

Any idea where that jacket is from? Google search failed.

it's old Dior homme. 2004 maybe. I really like the trimmed down bomber.

Maybe the fur collar is too warm for Cal, but I like the visual effect.
post #5813 of 11933
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

I'll second this and say that you should return and find a more avant garde leather that suits your other wardrobe pieces.
The leather is pretty uninspirational. How much did you pay again? I think you should just get yourself measured and pick up a minimalist moto, or a 2-zip moto, or UMDR etc.

If hes wearing blue jeans and a white tee, does it look like he wants something avant garde? use your head
post #5814 of 11933

It's odd but, I have a 34R Horsehide A-2 and it still seems a bit boxy around me (I'm 35-36R).

 

Does it drape after break in?

post #5815 of 11933
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

that's the most simple Dior leather I've ever seen. You could tell people it's DH and they wouldn't even believe you.

well the zipper pulls look like the dior ones from kva, but thats about it.
post #5816 of 11933
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Originally Posted by LiveStock View Post

If hes wearing blue jeans and a white tee, does it look like he wants something avant garde? use your head

FUCK YOU! foo.gif
post #5817 of 11933
whoa, simmer down there toasty. or are you just doing your best sinnedk impression?
post #5818 of 11933
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

I don't think the leather is that bad actually. I think what is throwing it off is the tiny rise of the jeans, the guy is obviously not that small but looks like he's wearing Petit Standards or something. Try Dior Hommes and see if the look doesn't fix itself. If that doesn't work, put some tube socks in your pants.

think those jeans are actually DH... but he be a fatty.
post #5819 of 11933
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post


think those jeans are actually DH... but he be a fatty.

 

No, DH looks a lot better on me tbh.  Those are new cures.  It looks bad partially because the damn shirt shrunk in the wash ffffuuuu.gif.  I'm not that fat I'm like a size 31!

 

And Toasty, I don't really have much crazy clothing, I've got the Schneider wool jacket and I guess a couple pairs of boots that are a little weird, but nothing too out there.  Anyway thanks for the input all.

post #5820 of 11933
i say return the jacket Julian, pretty underwhelming and I think you could do better. I don't like the knit trim on a moto style jacket...
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