Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.
Just got this in 44... Love the fit. Now waiting for the L01, can't wait....
This is in the USA measurement system. In Italian sizing a 40 is a 40, both for men and women. Now it might be slimmer (as in less wide) but even then I doubt it, for stuff like boots sizing is usually proportional across the board. Stuff like heels (with no men’s equivalent) might be the right length but compress a somewhat larger men’s foot so if you ever want to cross-dress you might have to size up, here not so much.
any love for my outfit here? i got mauled at WAYWT apparently they hate SLP
People don't hate SLP. That's just an incongruous fit, it doesn't matter that it's TB and SLP.
If you only show the bottom half it looks ok, although a little loose and sloppy. If you scroll up and only show the top half it also looks pretty good.
It's a sloppy fit that makes no sense between top and bottom half. Jeans don't fit you well, doesn't work with top half, and you tucked in your shirt with no belt. Pretty much the picture just shows how to spend a few grand to look completely clueless.
You take people' opinion too serious.
I didnt but..seems the general consensus on the outfit i understand, all good
The thing with TB is I feel you either go full TB or the look is off, even just a bit. That said, when you have a suit jacket on its best to have your shirt tucked in, with a belt too. Jeans could be more fitted, as it has the destroyed look it's best to look fitted so not as sloppy. Just my 2 cents
I stand corrected. cheers.
How short are you Adamdraps? they look like 19cm cut, not the 16cm cut they usually go for.
I usually wear the same jean look as 28 because I work out a lot but I wear size 31.
I'm 5'10, 135-137 lbs
Lol.. he's trolling you
Oh weird, the size 28 doesnt make u look like u are that skinny. damn, that's really lightweight.
I'm like the same height but am at 175 lbs atm. Wow, weird cuz the size 28 what you are wearing is what my jeans look like on me atm.
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