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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Tirailleur1, May 22, 2014.
I do try and pay attention during class.
SS rock coat and poa cardigan
COS sweatpants (seriously amazing, wear them all the time)
Ugh, there was a guy in the Epaulet thread wearing a quarter-zip sweater. There seems to be an unspoken "no critiques" rule going on there (unless you're saying "looks good!" or "great pickup!" or something just shy of uncle / nephew territory), but it struck a sour note an otherwise decent fit.
There's a hell of a lot of cuff showing there. Is that kosher?
I like the jacket. What is?
I actually kind of like the way quarter zips and polos work on my frame. Button mock-necks and short sleeve button downs are only an OK subsitute
[email protected] second pic. bet guy was not expecting to get caught pissing in a selfie. Silhouette looks like it is better, but can't exactly tell from angle of photo.
jacket looks like kka @notwithit
Inspired by a recent @eluther post:
EG x3 / RRL
Please pardon the bean boots, it would be a crime to subject any of my other shoes or boots to these sidewalks.
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
Stupid Face Blurred:
EG/Uniqlo Down/Uniqlo Oxford/Heattech x 2/LVC/Bean Boots
I <3 SWD please let me stay.
who cares at this point
post fits for me to enjoy
thanks, wear in good health.
swd rules mc droolz stay out of our cool club lamer you just wouldn't understand how creative and unique we all are here you formulaic square.
Love those shoes
Enjoy in hell
It's a bit much, particularly on the left cuff. I had the sleeve length altered when I was using a different shirtmaker with a different pattern. I need to take it back to the tailor for a readjustment.
Ken P - looks fantastic. Think you nailed the whole robe and belt thing.
I think the ean boots work quite well with the rest...
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