Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
OH HAI, I IS IN UR COMPUTER
Spotted: Fat, middle-aged mainland Chinaman with shaved square head, D&G v-neck t-shirt, distressed jeans, gucci loafers, full LV-luggage set on MTR. It's like they mass produce them out of sewage, cadmium and lead at a factory in Guang Dong.
^ thanks for sharing
Never mind colabear, Eason. He's just miffed that you saw him and didn't say hello.
Isn't colabear a chocolate man?
I don't even know how to response to that
the runway version looks a lot better. i wear it all the time. people go nuts for it.
Looks like the same H&M sweater!!
yah H&M runway 2011 SS
Took better pics of the last fit; color is much more accurate now:
boots and extra shot motionless shot:
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
not really digging the double unbuttoned denim w/jacket aesthetic. If you were a huge, muscley man, then maybe. but otherwise, looks great
Thanks! It's actually just a cheap Wrangler shirt that I had tailored (darted and hemmed so I can wear it untucked). I've been moving away from snap-button Western shirts, but I still kinda like this one.
aeglus - great mix of colors and textures there!!!
Bows - that 'model' shot of you looks better because the shadow accentuates your jawline, which you need. the head on shot you posted (nice shirt) makes your neck look wide. as taboo, I'd rec a bit of a beard (shaved neck?) or some sort of facial hair to balance out the top, or play with the head hair as people have suggested.
SQ4U - isn't that a giant pic necro from like months ago?
cluelessdresser - needs work. don't get scared off, but do take the advice. shoes are really ugly and look mall-brand generic like. the jeans are passable, but leg opening is too wide for that length, so get them hemmed, and hot wash / dry to shrink for slimmer fit. polo's alright but you can probably do more there. start with the jeans and shoes though since they're more foundation pieces.
Junior Gent - jeans are meh, but keep them for now. match them with more casual shoes. your shoes are fine, but match them with dressier pants. sweater+shirt makes your mid-section look fat, unless you're really that big, in which case do Otter's bootcamp (ie diet a little there). your shaved hair isn't helping your face shape. square glasses or sunglasses might help there. the short hair exposes the large forehead and makes your ears look like they stick out, so add a bit of side volume to cover the ears and maybe have s bit of hair pushed forward or something like that to compensate for the forehead shape/height.
I was going to say hey that is a nice car you bought, then I realized you probably bought the entire dealership.
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