Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
yes, that happens to me at least every other day.
raf sweater is weird, has no ribbed hem
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I don't mind the pants, but not feelin' the shoes. Need something stronger, like Raf derbies.
Don't like sweaters without ribbed hems. Many SNS are like that and they just never look right (on me at least)
Raf looks great, yes it should be pulled down more so it doesnt look tucked in. I want that sweater
As a gentleman with a disproportionately big backside, knits without hems are much appreciated. They ride up too much otherwise.
nice jacket bows! would like to seem them with some slim jeans!
You have your pants pulled up too high in all these photos, but honestly the biggest offender is the camera angle. The waist-high-looking-up view is probably adding about 20 pounds and throwing everything off, so it's hard to say for sure. I think a belt + pulling pants down about an inch and tucking any of those shirts in would be fine. Lose the undershirt though.
Bows that top half is my favorite thing I've seen in waywt. I'm so pissed the corner sale sold out of that sweater before I heard about it .
I think reedo looks fine with tapered jeans. His search for ultra slim blazers is a little much however.
wish this was above the pic, i stared for 12 minutes wondering if you went cross-eyed since last fit. you're still my handsome bandit fit would be better if you wore pants rather than sprayed your legs blue but never mind, the clarks aldens gonna look good cant wait to see you break them in
lol sipang's comment ...
Thx for the feedback. I tried to put a side by side comparison where the denim is worn lower for comparison. I would never be able to keep a shirt tucked in if I wore my pants this low, so I'd have to stick with the untuck.
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Nice MMMs. What are they actually?
Wait...wouldn't a higher rise throw your proportions further out of whack, adding length to your lower half and visually shortening your torso? I usually wear mid-rise, tops, and I wear my shirts untucked so I don't appear to have emu dimensions. I am confuse.
I usually think the balance in reedo's fits looks a little off-kilter (especially the obnoxiously tilted shot-from-above ones), but I think the overall silhouette works here. A Stark has a little more heft to it than your average merino pullover, but it's easy to wear as part of a slim fit, too.
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