Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Tirailleur1, May 22, 2014.
Not just the collar, but remember: a belt is of paramount importance when meeting clients.
I bet if you wear a collar as a belt, you'll win twice the accounts
I'm sure Fok has a solution for me.
coat is Rick. High armholes and slim sleeves but large in the body. They had it in a shorter version but I wanted the longer one.
ha I wish
I´m starting to hate those gats, benes. You need other leisure shoes for me, they kinda clash in that fit, but I still like the first pic. I do not like it with the cardi buttoned, however.
i want to get a pair of addias stan smiths. i wanted achilles but i think they are too narrow for ma feets
The Benes fit could benefit from straighter-fitting jeans with a hem wide enough to slip over the sneakers' tongues. I like the gats, but if you wanted something new, Stans are a solid choice (though soooo ubiquitous in the online fashion bubble).
I'm not fan of gats but I'm having trouble picturing anything that would look that much better. Pretty simple fit
edit: idk if this is crazy, definitely not realistic, but geobaskets?
Thanks B!CD, i was thinking that too about the jeans. Probably would help the fit more than changing the gats out.
geos would look absurd i think, maybe something less gaudy like these?
yeah excessive tapers are no bueno for you, benes. go with a straighter leg
Telling bene to stop wearing tapered pants and those gats is like telling Tagutcow to change his haircut.
I actually think the skinny jeans look fine.
I'll repeat what i've always said. I think Benes has a bigger upper body, especially traps+neck area, so wearing many layers and stuff with visual bulk (chunky scarves, turtlenecks, epaulettes, etc) just draw attention to that. add in tapered pants and a little camera angle and you end up with a top heavy look. Needs looser pants to balance it out. The low tshirt neckline and minimal cardi without neck area stuff is a good move.
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