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11-08-2015
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outfit is OK, the pose not so much

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11-09-2015
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Hard to tell ... the photo does not allow us to actually see the clothes very well. . I can see dark jeans, dark shoes, a dark jacket and a red shirt. But beyond that, I really can't see any details or see if there is anything special about the look.

It's pretty classic, I would say ...


Dark brown Timberland boots, Black faded jeans, crimson shirt, and a black leather jacket.

same jacket as here and jeans

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Does the red go with the jacket and jeans?


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Black is a neutral color ... so any color goes with it. It just depends on what you like. Crimson is a bold, warm color that can make a statement.

Seeing the jacket ... that looks like an 80's retro "Members Only" jacket to me (not sure if it has epaulettes, or not like those old 80's jackets had, but I think that would be too much of a copy if it did).

My opinion is the same ... over all it's a classic look. Not too forward fashion wise, but it won't go out of style soon, either.

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Black is a neutral color ... so any color goes with it. It just depends on what you like. Crimson is a bold, warm color that can make a statement.

Seeing the jacket ... that looks like an 80's retro "Members Only" jacket to me (not sure if it has epaulettes, or not like those old 80's jackets had, but I think that would be too much of a copy if it did).

My opinion is the same ... over all it's a classic look. Not too forward fashion wise, but it won't go out of style soon, either.

What kinda of statement? When i wear it i feel. "Naughty" "Mysterious" "Sex on my mind"

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06-12-2015
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I have an outfit in mind:

this blouse:


(johnlewis)
(it's more fitted than it looks; I already own it)

this skirt:


(store.americanapparel)
(ordered, it hasn't arrived yet)

a blazer similar to this one, but without the plaid, purely tweed:


(etsy)
(which I already own, thanks to my boyfriend)

and white socks with these shoes, in brown:


(zara)
(which I already own, but may need some polishing as they've been in a box after moving house)


However, I'd have to wear dark tights with it, as I have bad eczema on my legs. Would I still be able to pull this off?

If it helps, I am 5'1.8" and 30-24-35.

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Tee by Gianni Versace 91F/W Belt by Gianni Versace 93S/S, Wallet Chain by Chrome Heart, Jeans by Versace Jean Couture mid 90's collection
How about this? I think Reebok Court Victory not suit for the look, what do you think?
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06-04-2016
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^ belt is so sick! I think Reebok Court Victory is good for the look

tryin somethin new... kina apprehensive, tips on the silhouette + palette?

second pic trying to show pants are actually dark blue not black

carpe diem heavy linen shirtjacket, vintage Y's for men black t-shirt (tucked/untucked, which is better?), label under construction fly yarn j(y?)-pant, carpe diem s21m backzip, orvis bridle leather brass spur belt
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I think it works. I love clothes that look like they have been lived in. Untucked makes you look taller. I don't know if that is something you care about or not. Love the linen jacket!

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You cannot go wrong with Adidas but what's wrong with ripped denim? If you're only going for a preppy look then I understand but otherwise I don't think there's anything wrong with some distressing!

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I think it works. I love clothes that look like they have been lived in. Untucked makes you look taller. I don't know if that is something you care about or not. Love the linen jacket!
GOOD POINT. I need all the extra inches I can get haha

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