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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Tirailleur1, May 22, 2014.
lol, hope you're actually using that @thatoneguy
I write little thank you notes on them when I sell stuff
87 Degree Wears
Maison Martin Margiela - Viscose Knit - Sky Blue Overdyed Denim - Saint Laurent Wyatt Cuban Heels - Cartier X 3
I would mug you for one of those knits, Regis.
Meet me outside Margiela in Miami?
still thinking of dyeing the jacket black?
^+1 that's definitely my favorite 5 zip colorway
Messiest goddamn room. Eddie clean that shit or you will not get to go see that movie with your friends.
For $8000 I'll clean my room
Hit me up if interested I'll leave you my paypal address
STP, on the other hand, rocks no matter what city you're in.
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Always standing and walking on his hind legs, just like a little Rory Calhoun.
The combination of the angle and tiny espresso cup kind of makes it look like you're a giant drinking out of a regular-sized coffee mug.
that kgfan fit, wow
@AlexanderTG those textures and colors are incredible. It would look better with a different shirt though. I'm not sure what to suggest. Nothing too long. Maybe collarless and perhaps buttoned, dunno. But that Ann is accentuating your gut and it's not flattering. Another knit might work if it isn't ribbed where it folds in right under your belly.
edit: or are those pants too small in the waist? Something's not right there, sorry to say.
I don't think the pants are too small.
But yeah, I have a belly and I do realize the Ann brings it out a bit. I'm going to have to live with it in these pics at least.
I think the lighting brought it out a bit more, too. That and the bread and chocolate that I'm giving up for a while.
But thanks for the comment. I'm gonna be a work in progress for a while longer.
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