Camo Trousers

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JapanAlex01, May 7, 2011.

  1. JapanAlex01

    JapanAlex01 Senior member

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    [​IMG] Master Coat, yoox, $295??
    Dunno, construction looks a little naff, and the camo is a little dark/off—thanks, though! Btw, you have the funniest avatar I have seen, in a while!
     


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    I think this particular camouflage pants pattern you have is way too distracting of your overall look, but you are keeping the rest of your outfit simple which is the way to do it! Unfortunately, you might want to get them tailored a bit for a slimmer silhouette. Much respect for getting balls and pulling it off!!
     


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    I think this particular camouflage pants pattern you have is way too distracting of your overall look, but you are keeping the rest of your outfit simple which is the way to do it! Unfortunately, you might want to get them tailored a bit for a slimmer silhouette. Much respect for getting balls and pulling it off!!

    Na this is wrong. Being all tailored and buttoned down and then throwing in a huge piece of incongruous print doesn't work for me. Throw in some extra stuff to set the outfit apart dog. But don't just smash together a bunch of blog-trash-approved statement pieces and call it a day like that other guy in the thread.
     


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    Na this is wrong. Being all tailored and buttoned down and then throwing in a huge piece of incongruous print doesn't work for me. Throw in some extra stuff to set the outfit apart dog. But don't just smash together a bunch of blog-trash-approved statement pieces and call it a day like that other guy in the thread.

    +1
     


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    @Makeshift_Robot If he's willing to take risks and creating an outfit completely out of his character, it speaks volumes of who he is and how his style is. I offer advice to people. Not talk shit on forums. Thank You to whoever put my picture up on this forum because it's completely relevant to helping him out with his Camo trouser issue...
     


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    Thanks for the help, guys! Like I said, the trousers are 65% polyester, fit a little too large in the rear and are, generally, not that well made. I like the print—I don't think it's too busy. I think you could find better prints from clothes designers, but for army surplus they're pretty decent/cheap! The only other thing I could say about this outfit is, the belt buckle is a little big/square—got this from army surplus, too! Makeshift_Robot: I don't quite understand what you mean? I should put more busy pieces into it? I like it how it is—simple. I guess I could wear a linen blazer with it, or something? Light blue pocket square in shirt pocket (or is that just lulz)? UrbanAesthetics:Thanks, and I'm sorry if I dissed your outfit, bro! You should try a blue bow tie! ;p
     


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    Too much straight laced white collar. Needs more olive shirt, tanker boots, ma-1, aviators and a proper irreverant snarl to get the military chic going.
     


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    Woah, but won't I look like someone from a comic convention? All that's missing is the crooked helmet and half-smoked/bent cigar!
     


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    Its fine. Camo, like black leather, is not something to be done in half doses. It's all the way or nothing, baby. [​IMG]
     


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    *shivers Here are the Mark McNairy ones (which I like). I think they're more busy, no? [​IMG]
     


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    @JapanAlex01 It's kewl, don't even worry about it Bro. Criticizing others outfit with your opinions is part of it all. Glad to see your enjoying Army Surplus shopping, there one of my favorite spots to go to. Especially for accessories and fall/winter pieces. Much respect..
     


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    this is so cute. urbanaesthetics has made himself a sock puppet in yet another attempt to promote his lame ass street etiquette rip off of a blog.
     


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    this is so cute. urbanaesthetics has made himself a sock puppet in yet another attempt to promote his lame ass street etiquette rip off of a blog.
    Small dick syndrome alert! I added his blog to my bookmarks because he made the impression that he is a nice guy. I dissed/nit-picked parts of his outfit, and he wasn't bothered by it. So far, on this forum, all I have found are elitist, little pricks who actually aren't as well-dressed as they think they are. [​IMG] Lol, oh, and your new haircut sucks! [​IMG] See how it feels when someone is a dick to you, on the internet, for no reason? Learn some fucking manors!
     


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