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zxcvbn

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Damnnnn
Thought I was over getting raf sneakers
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I feel like they'd suit you!

@zxcvbn jacket is too cool!

thanks! glad seeing cm people engaging like you are
 
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conceptual 4est

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too crisp and stuffy for that look. It's one thing if you had the shirt tucked and the pants tailored and the right length, but for something casual with everything rolled up it's not working. go roll around in the grass or sand for a while, don't iron either shirt or trousers, and then I think we'll be getting somewhere
 

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Not sure if it's the camera angle, but the silhouette and proportions look very Yohji-esque.

Is that a good thing? I don't even know enough to know what that looks like. The camera angle is just above waist level in an attempt to show true proportions. The pants legs are very wide (for me).
 
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Is that a good thing? I don't even know enough to know what that looks like. The camera angle is just above waist level in an attempt to show true proportions. The pants legs are very wide (for me).

Most here would say it's a good thing. Check out the Yohji Yamamoto thread here in SW&D for examples.

My first impression was that both the shirt and pants are a somewhat generous cut, which is a part of YY's aesthetic. The thread is called something like "How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Loose Fit." It may not be to your taste but you might still find it interesting.
 

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Like C4est pointed out, you're looking way too crisp and ironed for what should be a relaxed outfit. Here's what you're going for with the pants:

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See how much better it looks with an awesome fabric that drapes?

I would ask you again to work on your sleeve rolling technique.

The shoes simply look like $9 bargains from Wal Mart. Sorry bro, but you need some new kicks.
 

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