Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
ahh, the things we do for styleforum
one problem is that the picture looks flats, so i took it upon myself to add some contrast, which imo makes the fit look a lot better like i have said before, grey leather isnt as easy to wear without looking bland, so it best to contrast it with black/dark grey jeans, also choosing a tee that is lighter grey/darker grey than the jacket would have worked better, even white if you like what you really need is a new hair do, you look to clean cut for a dr (2)
Nice fits guys!!
notwithit could do a few squats though I believe he has a back injury
If thats the case and if he looks like what I remember him looking like
SVB GROW YOUR BEARD MAN. I think that alone will improve all off your fits to instant badass status
Will definitely try it out with some boots when I get the chance.
Actually, yeah, that looks way better. I've never figured out how to use/compensate for my cheap-ass camera. I'd certainly like to get a better haircut at some point, but I have yet to figure out what'll work for me. Sometimes I think I should just take a straight razor and randomly lop off bits of it until I'm happy. (5)
Yep and yep (x2 on the second point). Prolly never squatting heavy again, but I should be able to do some weightlifting that doesn't involve axial loading in the not-too-distant future. Still wanna know what aeglus was alluding to earlier... Also, I would like to add my vote in favor of the return of the SVB beard.
R6 - T looks a little fem w/ an almost "waist suppression" vibe. Not flattering. The rest looks good. Not a Lanvin fan, but they look swell here. Enjoying your more straight ahead "summer" fits.
Based on the fact that he followed the comment up by saying "yea, I went there" I'm guessing he's referring to the wide gap between your thighs. I've never heard of that being used as an indicator for muscle on the legs, but it makes sense.
time for some tank tops...arms and shoulders looking good, just need to build lower back and obliques so to balance out your slightly large hips also got to be careful with the type of tops you buy, fitted in your shoulders and arms, but less so in the body...that gets rid of the waist suppression here is a pic where i added about 5-6lbs of lean muscle, mostly around the upper body,especially shoulders,back and obliques imo you would look a lot more balanced
^ Weirdo pervert hits nail on the head too many times to have advice unheeded.
i suppose i should say thx for the backhanded compliment
Information on the boots?
Red Wing cigar whoozy-whatzits, I think...
Beckman model? Gentleman Traveler? (Is what it looks like on my small-ish phone).
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