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post #11266 of 11974
the fit the fit!!!


SoCal, I agree with you though that pants/trousers are much more fun to make outfits with than jeans. Jeans are cool but I just like other type of pants better as well..
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Originally Posted by ghulkhan View Post
the fit the fit!!!


SoCal, I agree with you though that pants/trousers are much more fun to make outfits with than jeans. Jeans are cool but I just like other type of pants better as well..

It's not a matter of being anti-jean...but, in all honesty those seem like the same jeans and Razuel is having his outfit called offensive.
post #11268 of 11974
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Originally Posted by Omegablogger View Post
Contrast.
The color, contrast, and fit. Razuel's jeans look like they're at least 1-2 sizes too big for him, and don't look very proportional to the rest of the outfit.
post #11269 of 11974
Well i think the fit is much better on Rye's jeans and thats mainly the problem Also the contrast is better and the jeans just look better But rye is a bit more hipsterish/stylish in his outfit then the other guy and I think maybe thats why the other guy isnt getting much love
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Originally Posted by ghulkhan View Post
But rye is a bit more hipsterish/stylish in his outfit then the other gay and I think maybe thats why the other guy isnt getting much love

now now, let's not be mean...
post #11271 of 11974
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
Jeans + Henley...what part of that can't you grasp to get this look for yourself?

Well those jeans aren't cheap, nor are those super nice shoes.
post #11272 of 11974
^^^typing error
I corrected it, I dont have anything against gays!!!
post #11273 of 11974
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Originally Posted by razuel View Post
Well those jeans aren't cheap, nor are those super nice shoes.

I think if you stick around on this forum long enough, your style will evolve and you will dress better. So dont worry about it and dont try to actively do it, it will just happen
post #11274 of 11974
The fit? They both bunch at the kness and ankle...
post #11275 of 11974
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117 View Post
The color, contrast, and fit. Razuel's jeans look like they're at least 1-2 sizes too big for him, and don't look very proportional to the rest of the outfit.

That new denim I ordered should come in tomorrow; that'll be the moment of truth.
post #11276 of 11974
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
The fit? They both bunch at the kness and ankle...

theyre really baggy!!!!
post #11277 of 11974
To be honest, a lot of it is how they are wearing the jeans. Rye is slouching the shit out of his jeans, and they stack nicely at the hem because they have a smaller leg opening, but also are either the perfect length naturally or hemmed to have the right amount of stacking. Razuel's jeans are way too long and have way too large a leg opening for stacking. They're also worn up at the natural waist with a belt, rather than on his hips. That said, the higher contrast and more flattering cut of Rye's jeans also set them apart.
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Originally Posted by cocostella View Post
This is a rare miss by Rye. I understand the Cheap Monday aesthetic, but these don't have the slimming effect of many of your other jeans. In fact, they add an unflattering chunkiness to your lower half. So far, Your best summer look I've seen are the white Diors with the thin pastel v-neck.
My sewers keep bringing in tamale's and cookies, I guess it all went to the thighs. I think the only comparative analysis to SoCal's question concerning my jeans v razuels is the visual comparison you could make with a CK suit (If they even make them) and Calvin Klein, Emporio and Armani Collection. Only up close are there distinguishing features involving fabric, construction and finish. As a denim aficionado I like the stretched out knee's, it's personalizes the jean in a bespoke fashion that no pre distressing can mimic. The fit of the HG's are quite fashion forward and unusual. The leg is tapered whilst there is a lot of room in the seat and waist thus contrasting a loose top with a narrow bottom. You would be hard pressed to find a cut like this outside of Japan. Most narrow leg styles available in the US rarely come with a front rise longer than 9.5".
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I usually think both Drizz and Rye look relatively terrible in their tighter denim trousers, Rye looking better in slim but not skin-gripping and drizz looks better in pants around the size of our impressionable friend Razuel's here.

I don't find the proportions of razuel's outfit offensive at all, and much more pleasing than some of the top heavy outfits seen in these pages. I'm not a fan of any distressed, contrasty jean, factory made or natural wear. The shirt is ugly. The shoes, if he didn't tell everyone they were Diesel, would probably be disregarded.

As far as "flattering cut", the knee-buldge, calf-gripping look always gave me the impression of a goat leg.

And that, friends, is my opinion.
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Originally Posted by Willsw View Post
I usually think both Drizz and Rye look relatively terrible in their tighter denim trousers, Rye looking better in slim but not skin-gripping and drizz looks better in pants around the size of our impressionable friend Razuel's here. I don't find the proportions of razuel's outfit offensive at all, and much more pleasing than some of the top heavy outfits seen in these pages. I'm not a fan of any distressed, contrasty jean, factory made or natural wear. The shirt is ugly. The shoes, if he didn't tell everyone they were Diesel, would probably be disregarded. As far as "flattering cut", the knee-buldge, calf-gripping look always gave me the impression of a goat leg. And that, friends, is my opinion.
The proportions of Razuel's outfit are just fine if you want to look like every A&F wearing wannabe fratboy out there. Since that's not the aesthetic I'm trying to cultivate, that's not the direction in which I am going to go with my wardrobe. While Rye's aesthetics are far from my own, I think he pulls off the skinny jeans well without looking like the goth kid emo myspace tools that typically wear that type of jean. My impression of his look is kind of an artsy laid back slouchy look, although I have no idea if that is what he's trying to accomplish.
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