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Hey Sauce.....you look GREAT as always!
I WAS going to get that same pair of APCs.....to celebrate my 93 lb weight loss, and the fact that I've gone from a 46" waist to a 36" waist....but alas, just noticed....APCs only come as big as Size 34........... :-(

Oh well...10" down............2" more to go!

You might also want to consider getting some Rescues. They go up to a 36, but keep in mind the infamous APC sizing.
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My first real try. I picked up a couple v necks to replace the crew neck shirt underneath.

H&M button up
H&M LOGG
Asics
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Goddammit Sauce! How do you so consistently put together incredible looks?

He's SFs Brad Pitt. He could wear a burlap sack and people here would still give him props. Not saying he dresses like a hobo, but he's got the physique, movie star looks and probably charisma to get away with making anything look good.
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JPGM , nice as usual. those boots makes all outfits look good. The denim doesnt hurt either.

Berlin report, looks cool and casual. I like the pull over shirt with the wide cut jeans and sandals. Looks like you got some decent wear on the aswell.
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I have to agree about Sauce always looking good, but at the same time I feel that he (you) always plays it very safe. Slim jeans, slim tees, slim shirts, everything well fitting but never any items that really gets my attention.. This is really not ment to be offensive to Sauce.

Personally, I think its rather interesting to wear pieces that might not be "flattering" but are cool in some other way (details, texture and so forth) More concepts and less looking "sexy".
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Goddammit Sauce! How do you so consistently put together incredible looks?
Thanks, though I wouldn't call most of my looks "incredible". My self-criticism is that most of my outfits are "solid", and sometimes they're "good".
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Originally Posted by Bandwagonesque View Post
He's SFs Brad Pitt. He could wear a burlap sack and people here would still give him props. Not saying he dresses like a hobo, but he's got the physique, movie star looks and probably charisma to get away with making anything look good.
Wow, man. That's high praise. I wish more girls in college had agreed with you....
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I have to agree about Sauce always looking good, but at the same time I feel that he (you) always plays it very safe. Slim jeans, slim tees, slim shirts, everything well fitting but never any items that really gets my attention.. This is really not ment to be offensive to Sauce. Personally, I think its rather interesting to wear pieces that might not be "flattering" but are cool in some other way (details, texture and so forth) More concepts and less looking "sexy".
No offense taken at all--I've said a number of times that I actually like criticism of my outfits. I don't consciously try to "play it safe", I just have certain things that I like--fitted and slim being prime among them, my tastes have always run that way--and that's what I do. I *do* think that my outfits frequently turn out to be quite "safe", though. I've never thought of myself as trying to be edgy, so that doesn't really bother me, but I'm also aware that that doesn't make me some kind of style guru. For that, I agree, you really do have to take risks. I've never really tried to be that, honestly. No such illusions.
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Sorry its NOT ironed.. critic is welcome
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flyness. would have opted for a more substantial brown belt myself though.
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SoCal2NYC - Sweet anorak with the shorts.

berlin report - The bagginess of the shirt and the jeans works really well

lowrey - The simplicity of the sweater makes those shorts and kiefers stand out quite nicely.

sauce - I like how the sleeves of the under-shirt show beneath the button up.

rye - Another slammin cardi. The colors are a little conservative this time, but still a sweet fit. Plus, nice Bay Area look of the shirt matching the shoes.


EG Workshirt - Peasant MI, made in USA
Print Shirt, non AA - San Francisco CA, made in USA
EG Pants - Oliver Spencer NY, made in USA
ALIFE like no other - Commonwealth VA, made in China
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j. lindberg
5010xx 6x6
peluso
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I worked at abercrombie(kids) today so i dressed somewhat accordingly.


dark blue abercrombie t-shirt
Levi's orange tab slim 631's
Green Chuck Taylor hi-tops
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I want to borrow your cat.
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i don't have a real camera now, just using a webcam for the time being..
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