WAYWRN: Classic Menswear, Casual Style

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. P. Bateman

    P. Bateman Senior member

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    Mañana: washed indigo, grey, and tan suedes

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    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    dude, you are REALLY fucking skinny.
     
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    sugarbutch Bearded Prick Dubiously Honored

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    inorite? You can't really even see him in that picture.
     
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    +1. What are the shoes? McNairy's?
     
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    P. Bateman Senior member

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    Damn it! I knew I did something wrong. I apologize to all for this inconvenience. Mods, please delete.
     
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    Teapot418 Well-Known Member

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    Crosspost from WARWYN, but it'd fit better here.

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    Shoes are Beeswax Clark's DBs, but I don't have them on in the pic because I'm indoors.
    Land's End shirt and chinos.
     
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    I think pants should be lighter next time.

    shoes are Howard Yount
     
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    ^ Deets on the shirt?
     
  10. in stitches

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    so you are skinny, but not THAT skinny. not sure about the 2 shades of blue, but im no expert in that.
     
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    :nodding: inorite
     
  12. P. Bateman

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    The shirt is Banana. Fits me well and is a nice (cheaper) alternative to the Italian washed denim shirts.

    The pants are gray; the super skinny photo illustrates the difference better. Bathroom lighting FTL I guess.
     
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    aha, in the super skinny photo the colors look much better together.
     
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    Not the bestest, but over a year on here and no pic is no good. vneck and shoes may have a too matchy color (the shoes are dark brown and the vneck is a brown-ish burgundy). Some may say it's boring because hardly anything other than brown-ish shades. Always open for critique! What is the cause of boxy knees after a short wear?

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    i think it looks great, but the total removal of your head is what is most striking.
     

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