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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcedo View Post
    This nice neckless is so inviting to touch. They just can't take of their hands of the merchandise!

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    Where can I get that?



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    Oakley Monster Dog
    Oakley Hoodie
    Guess Tee
    Beige Khakis
    Black Nike Tennis (cant see em)

    Do I match?
    Just for an average day going out/to work (causal work place)


    and yea the pose, lol

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    You're in Florida and wearing a jacket at this time of year? That is far from appropriate for a casual workplace. Personally, it looks like something to lounge around your house in and not something to wear out in public.

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    I would have worn a sold color shirt with those pants. What were on your feet?

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    Cheap black dress shoes

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    Substinence, you should really get a pair of dumbells to train your arms. Or get a membership to a gym. You'll look much better.

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    black stranded shirt
    dark blue denim with designs southpole jeans
    blue and white air jordans
    (soon to be worn) black and blue Toronto Bluejays fitted cap
    will get pic up soon

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    Yeah, I know it's grainy. Deal with it! =P



    RL
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    mystery mocs

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    great look smells like poor
    cant for the life of me work out what WE is and its killing me

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    Thanks. It's actually WESC. I don't know what I was thinking at the time... I don't usually like their stuff because it's more urban influenced, but you can't beat raw denim on sale for $45.

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    Today I wore a condom.

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    Might wear this to a date tomorrow so if you could help avert disaster please do so <_<






    http://p1.hotornot.com/pics/HE/HU/NY...A8GSBTRKHT.jpg
    Last edited by Subsistence; 06-21-2008 at 10:48 PM.

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    Lose the tie and roll up your sleeves. It'll loosin' up everything and the outfit won't seem so stiff.

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    dark blue buttoned up shirt
    dark blue southpole with emblems pants
    dark blue and white jordan shoes
    red white and blue captain america fitted(just came out)

    one of these days i will get photos of my outfits on here

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    a white undershirt by alfani.
    some old navy tracksuit pants.
    a cream cardigan.
    some flipflops.
    can i play ball witch'all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subsistence View Post
    Much better, just fix the hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cagalindo View Post


    Oakley Monster Dog
    Oakley Hoodie
    Guess Tee
    Beige Khakis
    Black Nike Tennis (cant see em)

    Do I match?
    Just for an average day going out/to work (causal work place)


    and yea the pose, lol
    Dude, don't take this the wrong way but you're a good looking guy. To improve your look, I have some constructive criticism:

    ditch the cargos. ask any women what kind of body on a man they like, they'll universally say V shape torso turns them on. You've got it, but you're hiding it with those pants. Because the pants are loose and have extra pockets on the side, they make your legs look bigger and your torso smaller in comparison. I understand that this is just for work, but you can find better fitting (tighter) casual khakis. They make khakis in a low rise bootcut that make guys legs/butt look great. If you don't have a pair of low rise boot cut jeans or pants in your wardrobe, i'd definitely recommend getting some. Go shopping with a girl friend and she'll tell you what looks best on you.

    Just my 2 cents only trying to help.

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    What is up with you always dressing like that? That look is getting old fast.

    Have your shirts tailored.

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    no offense, but you dress like you're going to tea with a relative....it's hella safe and um, cute. dress down a bit. you also look really young. grow some stubble if you can.

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    Haven't shaved in a few days, decided to take a pic.

    http://i34.tinypic.com/344qid5.jpg
    http://i36.tinypic.com/fc8x35.jpg
    Last edited by Subsistence; 07-22-2008 at 07:54 PM.

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    well, it looks like u forgot to wash ur face or that u have some type of pubic hair starting to come in

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    Wow, a good choice for Hot Chicks with Douchebags

    If only that pic had a hot chick

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    So it looks like I should be with a hot chick I guess? Thanks for the compliment.

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    Picture is a few months old (I've got my hair a little shorter now), but pretty much what I wore the other day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Subsistence View Post
    So it looks like I should be with a hot chick I guess? Thanks for the compliment.
    No, I am implying that you look like a douchebag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recluse View Post
    Picture is a few months old (I've got my hair a little shorter now), but pretty much what I wore the other day.

    I like the look, a skinny tie would be appropriate though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkit View Post
    No, I am implying that you look like a douchebag.
    The Sarcasm: --->
    Your Head:......O

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindy View Post
    Dude, don't take this the wrong way but you're a good looking guy. To improve your look, I have some constructive criticism:

    ditch the cargos. ask any women what kind of body on a man they like, they'll universally say V shape torso turns them on. You've got it, but you're hiding it with those pants. Because the pants are loose and have extra pockets on the side, they make your legs look bigger and your torso smaller in comparison. I understand that this is just for work, but you can find better fitting (tighter) casual khakis. They make khakis in a low rise bootcut that make guys legs/butt look great. If you don't have a pair of low rise boot cut jeans or pants in your wardrobe, i'd definitely recommend getting some. Go shopping with a girl friend and she'll tell you what looks best on you.

    Just my 2 cents only trying to help.
    thanks for the cc bro

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    The vest thing is a great look but I believe done in a more casual and comfortable setting. Maybe getting a tuxedo vest leaving it open and swapping for a comfortable blank V Neck? Just my two cents, alot of your pictures look like the same thing but with different button down shirts, the look doens't exactly say your the most care-free guy out there

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    Old Navy Polo
    Brown khakis
    Nike Air Structure Triax 10+ Running shoes (I don't run...but I bike A LOT and walk A LOT, so these sneakers are crazy comfortable, especially during my rest days)

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    Today I for some reason, don't know why though, choose to wear a grey long sleeve shirt. And I'm doing nothing? Besides preparing haha. Well I didn't forget my pants. Just plain thight black pants the scandinavian style. I like these because they make you look very stylish, but actauly they are also very nice to wear. Which in some circumstances that mix can be rather difficult to find. Since I avoid using wax every day , I'm using Sebastian Hard Mud Wax and it's a brilliant wax, though it gives you a hard time when you want to get it out - I choose to wear a white hat, remember to buy more hats, and grey shoes.

    And my watch, which is black. Pilgrim by the way, they make decent watches.

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    Jeans, a Syracuse jersey, and some fresh Nike shox. Not very alpha imo.

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    puma shoes
    that baggy shorts with black, white, and red lines running down them.
    thick, lether belt got off e-bay that is somewhat flashy.
    muscle shirt (those semi-tight shirts that have sleaves) got from holister.
    4-5 rings, 6ish bracelets (chain, plain white plastic one (same material of livestrong*) shell one, couple others.) 6-8 necklaces.
    and when I really go out, a cowboy hat

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    The most badass outfit there is...

    Plain white T
    Jeans
    No shoes

    DAY OFF BABY!!!!

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    Comments on how this looks? The white thing is tissue from cutting my self shaving
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    I don't like a striped shirt when doing the dress shirt under T shirt look.
    I prefer V-neck t-shirts when doing that style too
    Throw in a tie if you are up for it :P

    Not horrible overall, just I think you should get a solid dress shirt matching some colour on the design on the graphic T when putting this off.

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    I'm not a fan of V neck shirts, and that's why I don't own any.

    But thanks for the tip on having a 'solid dress shirt matching some colour t-shirt'

    If I were to throw in a tie, solid or striped?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spanky69 View Post
    Comments on how this looks? The white thing is tissue from cutting my self shaving
    Wear a solid button up shirt where the sleeves aren't so baggy. Tuck the tail and front in because if you leave it out it looks a little sloppy. Sometimes it will work if the tail and shirt aren't that long.

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    1. Silver necklace with a dragon claw on the end, a dragonclaw shaped cross.
    2. A black armband halfway in between my elbow and hand.
    3. A pop-icon long sleeved shirt, (one sleeve hanging down, one rolled to elbow, to emphasize black armband) GIGGILO STYLE
    4. Levi's *Dark Blue*
    5. Sketcher's Casual/Dress *Black*
    6. Blue Lensed Sunglasses

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    Quote Originally Posted by kink View Post
    Something along the lines I'd wear to school/pub:



    Night time/when I want to look even more rediculously good:

    dude, I can tell just by your fashion, you get girls!! I'm impressed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kink View Post
    Something along the lines I'd wear to school/pub:
    Wow. This outfit looks so good that I had to buy a sweater like you wear in this pic

    Mine is beige and I was wondering which v neck t-shirt to wear under it: white or light blue?

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    Camo shorts and a ringer T... workin from home, gotta love it But I'll probably throw on a nicer shirt and go day game during my lunch break.

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    Why do you leave your plastic on your chair?

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    im rockin my brown ed hardy tee w/ brown zoo york 59 50 hat, brown timb sandals and light stonewashed AE jeans with an all white pair of LOCS too finish it off

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    its tape to hold the thing together, because Ive had so much rough sex on it.

    hope that answers your question hater.


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    Mens Underwear

    Pictures are looking very funny...but interesting....
    Mens Underwear,Men's Underwear

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    blue levis, cream colored vans, red affliction shirt, red ed hardy hat

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    No offense Subsistence, but you're over killing it with the waist coat. Style is about switching it up and looking good, not just having one look and keeping with it.

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    aye sub if thats what you like wearin its whatever man, but whoever told u to grow stubble was playing you out, you dont even have facial hair like that yet.
    GROOMING. You could be wearing a garbage bag, and still look decent if youre groomed correctly. Shave chump. Youll eventually grow more facial hair and find better casual clothes.


    Ive got on...

    Sean John jean jacket, that I turned sleeveless and punk
    Green Hoody from Old Nave, who cares
    tanktop underneath hoody
    Levis, you people are overdoing levis seriously, Ive been wearin levis since I was a kid and now its cool all of a sudden
    and black converses
    with red clip on key chain around the front with red bottle opener.


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    http://p1.hotornot.com/pics/HE/KM/K8...HMHMHXXGCB.jpg

    Can I get some advice on making this style outfit work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subsistence View Post
    http://p1.hotornot.com/pics/HE/KM/K8...HMHMHXXGCB.jpg

    Can I get some advice on making this style outfit work?
    Hey this is actually my first post here. Some advice for you:
    Is that a suit-jacket? I'm not a big fan of wearing those in a casual manner. You might wanna get a sportcoat or a blazer for the look you're going for. Something like this:http://www.uncrate.com/men/images/20...ool-blazer.jpg
    See the difference? If you're set on using the jacket from the picture, please unbutton at least the bottom button :P. (I suggest both tho)

    Button rules from wikihow:

    * For two-button jackets, button the top button only.
    * For three-button jackets, button the middle button, and the top button [if desired].
    * Or, don't button any of the buttons on your jacket at all; this is also acceptable. However, you should NEVER button the bottom-most button on any jacket.

    source: How to Look Good in a Suit - wikiHow

    Hope this helps you a bit man. Good luck!

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    Forgive the crappy photo, but is this better?

    ImageShack - Hosting :: 1001239kg5.jpg

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    Yeah it's definitely better as far as I can tell from the photo. Put up a picture of the outfit including the pants and shoes sometime if you feel like it. Oh and: why so serious? Smile man

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    critique and rate are apreciate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subsistence View Post
    Forgive the crappy photo, but is this better?

    ImageShack - Hosting :: 1001239kg5.jpg
    looks better but it's possibly too many layers and a bit too mixed. try taking off the jacket and tie or the tie and jumper. would make you look a bit more relaxed.

    smiling helps too

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    Quote Originally Posted by cK0 View Post


    critique and rate are apreciate
    It's ok. The fit of the pants and the shirt are nice, well done. Looks like there is something weird going on with the collar but that might just be the angle.
    I'd rate it 7.5 out of 10 for casual use. I'd have to give it a 6.5 for clubbing because apart from the necklace, you'll see 8 other guys wearing the same outfit.

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    it seems like youre ripping ur style straight outta magazines
    which is wack.

    u
    look like
    a fake magazine ad, make it look right.

    a scarf wouldve worked


    The point is, to look like you have a genuine sense of style, without looking like you tried too hard.

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    Ironically I've...never really read a fashion magazine or looked at magazines in general.

    ck0: not bad, but kind of boring. Also, roll up the sleeves.

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    Well, I haven't contributed anything to WAYWT in a while, so here was my 'Un-Casual Friday' attire.

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    Un-Jacketed:

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    Quote Originally Posted by kink View Post
    Well, I haven't contributed anything to WAYWT in a while, so here was my 'Un-Casual Friday' attire.

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    What shoes are those? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkit View Post
    What shoes are those? Thanks!
    They're from Aldo. Shop ALDO Shoes, Boots, Sandals, & Accessories for women & Men.

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    This was me before going out last weekend. I don't get too crazy with the idea of peacocking for some reason but usually I wear about 3 tight fitting necklaces and about 7 rings which I just had not put on yet wher I took this picture. Anyway if there's something you guys feel you should suggest please do I'm all ears, take care!

    P.S. Yes that is really what my bathroom looks like after one night of getting ready, haha =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodWink View Post
    This was me before going out last weekend. I don't get too crazy with the idea of peacocking for some reason but usually I wear about 3 tight fitting necklaces and about 7 rings which I just had not put on yet wher I took this picture. Anyway if there's something you guys feel you should suggest please do I'm all ears, take care!

    P.S. Yes that is really what my bathroom looks like after one night of getting ready, haha =P

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    Looks great. Maybe I'd just wear different T-shirt. A graphic one would look great IMO.

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    you know what i'm picturing it and i deff like the idea, i'll give it a shot! thnx bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodWink View Post
    you know what i'm picturing it and i deff like the idea, i'll give it a shot! thnx bro
    Ok. I need to buy myself a blazer. I can't find a decent blazer. Just those suit type blazers which are too formal. Where did you get yours?

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    I think it's Liz Claiborne (who I love by the way) and I got it at a department store I believe, most likely Macy's since I shop there frequently. I know what you're talking about though, sometimes it's hard to find a blazer casual enough to be worn in jeans and such. Just remember the thinner and lighter it is, the better. Good luck, hope you find one!

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    Brown Stocking cap w/ bill
    White Manchester Hoody (brown shirt underneath)
    Fossil Watch (lft hand)
    Brown Leather wristband (rght hand)
    BKE (Buckle Jeans)
    All white Pumas.

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    You like waist-coats waaaaay too much imo. I don't think they really go with that kind of thing. Also, I'd say shave properly - you don't seem to have enough to make it worth growing.

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    Yeah, didn't know if I should drop the wastecoat there or not.

    And I more just keep my facial hair shortly trimmed...it would grow longer if I let it be.

    Thanks for the advice .

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    Keep the waistcoat. I personally really like this look, and think the coat makes it. It would just look too average without it.

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    black jeans, denim jacket, white T-shirt with "I'm cooler than you" printed on it

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    Subsistence, keep the waistcoat but perhaps you are otherwise a bit over peacocked? bit too much "noise" going on there, so if you dropped a bit from around your wrist/fingers

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    Thanks for the tip dman

    http://i35.tinypic.com/143luhl.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subsistence View Post
    Thanks for the tip dman

    http://i35.tinypic.com/143luhl.jpg
    YES! This is what most people should wear. Very edgy, but not in a completely pretentious way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subsistence View Post
    Thanks for the tip dman

    http://i35.tinypic.com/143luhl.jpg
    What jeans are those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotfeet View Post
    What jeans are those?
    Diesel Thanaz Wash 0086C_Stretch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subsistence View Post
    Thanks for the tip dman

    http://i35.tinypic.com/143luhl.jpg
    Nice improvement there, much cleaner than your previous looks.

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    Trying to find a way to keep myself warm this winter :P

    http://i37.tinypic.com/seycfr.jpg
    http://i38.tinypic.com/207147r.jpg

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    Looks good mate, I'm just not a huge fan of hats/hoods/whatever's on your head.

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    I am not a big fan of it either but in Toronto it gets very cold and if my ears are bright red and feel like they will fall off it won't look very stylish or make me feel very great either. I have tried a few warm hats and I almost always look better without them...this one seemed the least deleterious though so I decided to go with it.

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    What are your thoughts on a hoodie + turtleneck combo?

    http://i34.tinypic.com/2ryg7cz.jpg
    http://i34.tinypic.com/5ofr82.jpg

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    Okay Substinence, I went through this whole thread to try and find something new to add to my wardrobe, but you (with all due respect) just look downright terrible and have been far from helpful. The last post with the zip-up doesn't look bad, but lose the turtleneck. Every single one of your outfits includes something that your mom picked out for you.
    Your problem is that you have a baby-face. The emotionless photos you're taking for us just makes you come off a bit creepy too. Alot of guys can pull off the same shit you're wearing because they have a 'bad-boy face' or a more built figure, but not you. I say lose the vests, the coats, ties, just about everything you can get from JCPenney.
    Get a facial piercing, lips are popular. Dye your hair. Put some holes and fade on your jeans. And maybe check out (gasp!) an Affliction t-shirt. Fuck, even paint your nails black! Wear a smile too, that's an essential part of every outfit.

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    Fuck that. Don't be something you're not. Ask yourself when you're putting clothes, "does this feel like me?"

    Don't wear shit just cause someone told you it'd be good or you should try to be something else, that's chodeish and beta. After all, it doesn't really matter what you're wearing if have good game.

    But, that being said, if you're looking for feedback, I'm not a fan of turtlenecks. Sweater looks nice though.

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    Okay, first, I don't smile as these pics are to show my outfit, not my pretty face.

    Second, I don't really think you are helpful signing up and on your first at most post just insulting someone in such a way. Feedback is good, you were just deliberately abrasive. You shouldn't act like an authority with no evidence or anything.

    Thirdly, that really isn't my style. I think piercings and such look ugly as hell, I'm not going to go around and wear them if I hate them lol. Your style seems like something out of highschool, isn't congruent with my personality, and I think I'd look just ridiculous in.

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    I disagree. I think it's good to try on things that are outside of yourself and your comfort zone. It's good to step outside yourself and gain perspective, try things that aren't "you." That's how you evolve and grow and change. I'm not saying you should force yourself to be something you're not, but trying something new is never a bad thing.

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    Oh no, I agree, and I am not opposed to everything there, just a few things seem too incongruent. I mean, if I like this style and think it works for me, I am not going to totally change back to something I dabbled in before and thought was terrible...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpuslave View Post
    Okay Substinence, I went through this whole thread to try and find something new to add to my wardrobe, but you (with all due respect) just look downright terrible and have been far from helpful. The last post with the zip-up doesn't look bad, but lose the turtleneck. Every single one of your outfits includes something that your mom picked out for you.
    Your problem is that you have a baby-face. The emotionless photos you're taking for us just makes you come off a bit creepy too. Alot of guys can pull off the same shit you're wearing because they have a 'bad-boy face' or a more built figure, but not you. I say lose the vests, the coats, ties, just about everything you can get from JCPenney.
    Get a facial piercing, lips are popular. Dye your hair. Put some holes and fade on your jeans. And maybe check out (gasp!) an Affliction t-shirt. Fuck, even paint your nails black! Wear a smile too, that's an essential part of every outfit.
    For the love of god, do not listen to this dude. Dyed hair, painted nails, and affliction shirts.... that's cool... if you're a true "badboy".

    Obviously he's not, and thus, he doesn't try to play up the image of being a bad-boy. You don't have to be a "bad boy" to succeed with girls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpuslave View Post
    Okay Substinence, I went through this whole thread to try and find something new to add to my wardrobe, but you (with all due respect) just look downright terrible and have been far from helpful. The last post with the zip-up doesn't look bad, but lose the turtleneck. Every single one of your outfits includes something that your mom picked out for you.
    Your problem is that you have a baby-face. The emotionless photos you're taking for us just makes you come off a bit creepy too. Alot of guys can pull off the same shit you're wearing because they have a 'bad-boy face' or a more built figure, but not you. I say lose the vests, the coats, ties, just about everything you can get from JCPenney.
    Get a facial piercing, lips are popular. Dye your hair. Put some holes and fade on your jeans. And maybe check out (gasp!) an Affliction t-shirt. Fuck, even paint your nails black! Wear a smile too, that's an essential part of every outfit.

    I'd ignore everything this guy said, or says.

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    Fashion is trial and error. I know alot about this, i put just as much time into fashion as i do the game.

    'Good looks', is a myth, the clothes make the man. Its not what you do, its how you looked doing it.
    Get your OWN style, but be unique.

    I wouldnt take fashion advice from people who want to dress like mystery.

    The turtle neck is good. If its your style.
    I like turtle necks, but my style is very vintage.

    You need to find someone you look up to, and imitate their style. But make sure its someone who is known for dressing well, ie. Jude Law.

    If you dont find your own style, and listen to people on this forum who think they know how to dress, you'll find yourself wearing a blazer with a shirt, and jeans. Typical try hard look.

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