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(Old) What Are You Wearing Now/Today? Part II - pictures only - no discussion

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kitonbrioni, Jul 23, 2007.

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  1. Stazy

    Stazy Senior member

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    ...your fit pic was a bit too dark for me to make out any details...

    Brightness/contrast settings can't even help that photo...

    Make up your mind sir.
     
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    What "details" can't you guys make out? I see it perfectly. It's a perfectly boring, yet well fitting fit.

    The jeans are dior?
     
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    Beautiful outside. Not sure about this outfit. I almost think I should go for a large (I wearing a medium) with these pants... MJK MJK Birks [​IMG]
     
  4. lance konami

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    The birks ruin the fit. They look enormous.
     
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    michaeljkrell Senior member

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    Can't give up my Birks. I thought my slim brown Moma laceups looked off in this outfit.
     
  6. BrettChaotix

    BrettChaotix Senior member

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    Totally not the national cathedral, which is bigger and newer and made of much lighter stone. More like Brett to be at the natty boh cathedral.

    Pete's right, it's a cathedral by the Washington Monument in Mt Vernon, Baltimore. [​IMG]
     
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    Beautiful outside. Not sure about this outfit. I almost think I should go for a large (I wearing a medium) with these pants...

    I like that you can just swap out your shirts for a different size when you feel like it. [​IMG]
     
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    Well, I need to just choose one size to begin with.
     
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    mjk, i dont really think you need a bigger shirt. What you need is a little longer rise, and rolled pants to even up the proportions. The way the pants fall on the birks now makes you seem... "bottom heavy"
     
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    I do think another size up would look better.

    ... hold on. Are those the new pants?
     
  11. michaeljkrell

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    mjk, i dont really think you need a bigger shirt. What you need is a little longer rise, and rolled pants to even up the proportions. The way the pants fall on the birks now makes you seem... "bottom heavy"

    Yeah, I agree with the pants

    I do think another size up would look better.

    ... hold on. Are those the new pants?


    Those are sample pair, the new regular fit will be slightly different.
     
  12. BrettChaotix

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    Beautiful outside. Not sure about this outfit. I almost think I should go for a large (I wearing a medium) with these pants...

    Maybe you can make a medium-tall (cough, cough, hint hint, wink wink, nudge nudge)
     
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    Pete's right, it's a cathedral by the Washington Monument in Mt Vernon, Baltimore. [​IMG]

    One of my favorite spots in Baltimore. Right next to the Walter's Art Museum, and I believe it's down the street from the Peabody Institute.
     
  14. kitonbrioni

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    Brioni sportscoat
    Brioni polo
    KS belt
    Valentini cords
    Armani socks
    CH loafers
    Gucci cologne
    Piaget watch
     
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    mjk, i dont really think you need a bigger shirt. What you need is a little longer rise, and rolled pants to even up the proportions. The way the pants fall on the birks now makes you seem... "bottom heavy"

    When you say longer rise do you mean the crotch should fall lower ?
     
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    (i don't wanna sound like a total perv but...) girls eating ribs/hamburgers/meat is so friggin hot.

    [​IMG]
     
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    ^^modual
    yes, since a longer "torso" (including crotch ) would balance out the cut of the pants imo.
     
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    ^^modual
    yes, since a longer "torso" (including crotch ) would balance out the cut of the pants imo.


    Gotcha
     
  20. GoSurface

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    I bet that's not the first time you've had a wrinkly bag on your head.

    Also I'm jealous that you can buy shorts and wear them as slightly cropped pants. It must be nice being 4'9''


    Your come ons would have turned me on, but I'm not into monotheism.
     
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