Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
Really digging this. I need to steal this look.
Thanks, I wasn't sure about it at first. I'm 5'10
I thought you said your style is becomin "immature" this seems maturer. I don't like the leopard print paired with the jacket. However, if you bought the drapey black shirt, and wore it with that or maybe wear the jacket with the last shirt you had in your previous fit; then I woulda liked it. Jeans I woulda preferred a wash, red jacket wasn't loud enough to beg such a tame bottoms from you. I agree with Eason a bit on those boots, (at least from this pic) lol. Wear your cooler ones. I think aside from my feelings about the leopard print, everything is a legit suggestion.
Maybe sag the jeans a bit, MoK? (Have I learnt, SW&D?)
And I would roll up the sleeves.
Warm & sunny.
Seiko 5 on Hirsch strap
Details on strap?
Bomber: Yves Saint Laurent
Sweater: VÃronique Branquinho
Shirt : mtm
Jeans : Cloak
Boots : Martin Margiela
wow i'm really digging this ....
old man stuff for old man contest
aeglus, that suit is awesome
thats it, i'm sick of these pink walls, i'm going back to taking pictures outside
Shirt fit is impeccable. And yeah, pink walls and floral cushions don't make the best backdrop elements.
Dude you can tailor down a cardigan, but it's a good way to ruin a nice knit.
FTFY. I've had a cardigan tailored (I'll try to remember to post a fit with it, because I definitely like it more now), but it was some cheap, part-acrylic Shades of Greige number.
Jacket, Shirt: Tornado Mart / Jeans: Lee Black Riders / Belt: Diavlo / Boots: Buffalo Bobs
It seems like a lot of your shirts hit right at belt-level, which I'm not crazy about. Did you end up picking up any asymmetrical-hem t-shirts? I think there were some gradient ones you posted at some point. Or maybe I'm making that up. Seems like they'd mesh well with a bunch of your fits.
I like the jeans, and the boots are ok, but they don't transition very gracefully here. It could be just the couple of static, flat images you posted, but it looks like the boots sort of jut out at the top outside, maybe because of a strap.
Also, there's way too much smolder going on in that third look.
Fuuma is one of the few posters on here that I can envision looking good 20 years from now. The majority of posters here will likely look awful.
I don't know the guy personally, but I have to agree to this statement. His style is very trendy, but yet classic. He definitely knows his style and what fits him the best.
Fuuma Fellow, I always enjoy seeing that YSL RG bomber; it is from my favourite collection, after all
In those boots, you'd be eye level with me, I'd say. I like the jacket Speaking of YSL RG, here's a glimpse of a new suit: With added vintage tie and eyeframes, and a buttondown from H&M Trend(y)
yah, I always dig fuumas posts. Hes really got a unique thing going for himself.
Thanks for the feedback. The boots don't really photo well, they're suede so often come across very flat. I def want a pair of similar boots in leather.
Glad to see the leopard is divisive
I don't have any asymmetrical hem shirts. The waist-level is definitely intentional.
I agree the last pose is LOL, that's why I kept it
Robbie your comment made me so happy.
another night out, nothing special (one girl tried to leave bite marks through the leather and failed )
also getting very tempted to sell my 2010 black lamb dr since this one usually tends to look better
looks good. really nice photo quality.
I figured it out, it is the leather that is saving the fit. If you removed that, you would look sort of homeless, with dress pants.
technically I am sorta homeless, evacuated by the US government to Korea
Literally didn't have time to change out of my work pants (and didnt bring any), just bought a pair of jeans at Uni-qlo today
fit also looks better if you remove the dress pants, I think
A visit to the Southbank Centre this afternoon. The colours in the second photograph might be harsh on some monitors:
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