Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.
Hoodie looks good, sleeves on the tees flare out way to much though.
I think the hoodie and the long sleeve with rolled sleeves look good on you.
The flaring on the short sleeve, probably nothing you can do aside from adding some mass.
Finally. Pics of the loopwheel on. Appreciate that. Everything looks good. I have the same problem with the tees and the sleeves flaring out, still wear them, it's mymotivation to bulk up.. But I find myself wearing the long sleeve JE tees on the daily.
So, I'm not the only one who sees stuff like that as motivation to bulk up.
Anyone have a heads up on long sleeve mercer grey or black size M discounted?
I'm pretty comfortable with the way the mercer tees fit, and my body type for that matter. I spent 9 months this year weight training with a former competing bodybuilder, and I gained 5 lbs, maybe. I've been told to train for triathlons based on my body type instead.
Could care less about looking "bigger". Doesn't mean you're not fit, healthy and strong
Who's rocking some JE+ pieces out tonight for NYE festivities?
yea u can tell that ur more fit then ur average person, I'm thin as well and prefer it way more then being bulky. So the tees fit me like the do you and I kind of like how the sleeves are to be honest. Yea it looks a little weird in this pic but I think it has a nice interesting silhouette in real life.
anyone know when this Atrium sale is ending? thinking about grabbing the stadium jacket.. anyone have one? worth it?
I was rocking u-neck tee in white and grey flash dual zip hoodie.
damn just saw that.. shoulda just bought it
Here's a second chance on that varsity.
Clothes aren't everything. Happy New Year. Listen to "Only One" by Kanye West, featuring Paul McCartney.
Happy New Year to ya'll. I just purchased some Belstaff sweats. Would like to see John Elliott do something like this in the future as well--considering out of all sweatpants I've purchased, JE has the most slim fit styles.
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