Menswear: What are you wearing 2019


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abagnale
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653 posts since 6/1/14

8 Jan 2019 14:18
I’ve been trying to achieve a high street Harry Hill look for years! Finally nailed it! Laughing out loud
roophees
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1530 posts since 18/12/10

8 Jan 2019 14:58
How you size on that Vis jacket Abagnale?
illwill
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3671 posts since 17/5/04

8 Jan 2019 15:24
discobobulated
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708 posts since 21/4/10

8 Jan 2019 15:24

No mirror
Alden
Vis
Timothy Everest
Boglioli (no vis)
John Smedley (no vis)
Real McCoys (no vis)
abagnale
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653 posts since 6/1/14

8 Jan 2019 18:29
roophees wrote: How you size on that Vis jacket Abagnale?

It's my usual size 2 but it does fit slightly tighter across the chest and shoulders than my non-wash 101 in the same size. Probably worth checking measurements if you are looking for one as they may differ each season.
carl lewis
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23639 posts since 14/10/04

8 Jan 2019 18:32
illwill wrote:

Fashion crowd have left that look fit that very reason
MLI
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4450 posts since 6/10/09

8 Jan 2019 22:32
situation: heat, sun, rain


WTAPS boonie hat
w)taps do rag
Stussy eye gear
Hanes beefy
Masterpiece cargo jorts
Force Is
w)taps x porter ALICE
dearTDot
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272 posts since 27/12/12

9 Jan 2019 03:19
toin wrote: Think the jeans are too tight for the look youre going for, makes it look very highstreet. Shirt looks out of place with the jacket.

Jeans are Pep style
toin
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1705 posts since 1/4/13

9 Jan 2019 09:23
Dont get why you would pay through the nose for visvim if you’re going to wear it like someone shopping at topman.
abagnale
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653 posts since 6/1/14

9 Jan 2019 09:36
toin wrote: Dont get why you would pay through the nose for visvim if you’re going to wear it like someone shopping at topman.

Sorry. Please tell me how I should wear my clothes.
toin
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1705 posts since 1/4/13

9 Jan 2019 09:48
Why post fitpics on an online forum if you cant handle criticism?

I mean you apparently care enough about clothing to spend a hefty sum so why not check some visvim lookbooks to see how they style it. If you’d list your brands in your fitpic as all zara or hm I wouldnt have blinked twice.
abagnale
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653 posts since 6/1/14

9 Jan 2019 10:39
Nah ok fair enough, your first post was somewhat constructive but didn’t see the need for the second one. I do see the point about black jeans and boots, but to be honest I rarely wear them like this. I see this page slowly dying, which is why I posted up. Trying to keep it moving!
Rdes1974
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214 posts since 29/1/14

9 Jan 2019 11:10
abagnale wrote:
Visvim
Gitman
Uniqlo
Acne
Visvim

like the look…
C-Stylez
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5105 posts since 4/7/12

9 Jan 2019 13:49
I think it's all right. The pic isn't particularly flattering and that's all people have to go off, hence the criticism, I reckon. Keep posting.
C-Stylez
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5105 posts since 4/7/12

9 Jan 2019 13:52

SI beanie
SISP gtx stealth jkt
Mount Bell liner
COS cashmere hoodie - can recommend, thicker than Uniqlo
SISP covert
Adidas gtx NMD
toin
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1705 posts since 1/4/13

9 Jan 2019 14:23
abagnale wrote: Nah ok fair enough, your first post was somewhat constructive but didn’t see the need for the second one. I do see the point about black jeans and boots, but to be honest I rarely wear them like this. I see this page slowly dying, which is why I posted up. Trying to keep it moving!

Yeah okay I can see how it can come across as just being a cunt instead of being constructive, sorry.

What I was meaning to say is that they are all nice pieces but they are also pretty plain in that its black jeans, a denim jacket and brown boots. The aesthetic (sorry for the word) isn’t very far off from what the average bloke who shops at h&m or zara wears, which I assume you do not want as you’ve spend lots for visvim and acne.

I don’t think black jeans match the jacket and boots, maybe a pair of cool trousers from kapital or engineered garments to compliment the rest.

C-Stylez
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5105 posts since 4/7/12

9 Jan 2019 15:03
toin wrote: I don’t think black jeans match the jacket and boots, maybe a pair of cool trousers from kapital or engineered garments to compliment the rest.

I do agree with that
MLI
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4450 posts since 6/10/09

9 Jan 2019 20:25
I think the colours work good. Like the pattern on the shirt. The collar is too big for the jacket. Black or khaki pants is all mortals should wear with a denim jacket.

The pants are too small to me but everythings too small to me.
abagnale
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653 posts since 6/1/14

9 Jan 2019 20:57
C-Stylez wrote:
toin wrote: I don’t think black jeans match the jacket and boots, maybe a pair of cool trousers from kapital or engineered garments to compliment the rest.

I do agree with that

Actually something on my list. Cheers!

MLI wrote: I think the colours work good. Like the pattern on the shirt. The collar is too big for the jacket. Black or khaki pants is all mortals should wear with a denim jacket.

The pants are too small to me but everythings too small to me.

The shirt's one of my oldest, looking a bit battered now but I do still like the pattern and it's heavier than recent Gitman flannels I've bought. I don't think the collar is that bad in reality Laughing out loud
morgan
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842 posts since 22/2/11

9 Jan 2019 21:08
MLI wrote: I think the colours work good. Like the pattern on the shirt. The collar is too big for the jacket. Black or khaki pants is all mortals should wear with a denim jacket.

The pants are too small to me but everythings too small to me.

Wtf. Have you had a New Years resolution to be non cuntish?