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post #14576 of 28375
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Originally Posted by Zodiac View Post
8SV


should change your name to mr.cardigan. imo
post #14577 of 28375
Looks like nobody wants to get taken apart for how they look or what there wearing for the last five days.
post #14578 of 28375
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Originally Posted by scott thicar View Post
Looks like nobody wants to get taken apart for how they look or what there wearing for the last five days.
Taken apart??? Thats a little bit of an over-exaggerated statement

Its constructive criticism, and if you had been on here for long enough you would know that Zodiac almost always wears nothing but cardigans, so he catches a lot of shit for it. People here have been trying to get him to try new things not because they hate him, but because they are trying to help

Its not meant to demean anyone, its comments that will make the perosn dress better %99 percent of the time. If you post fits on the internet, be prepared for discussion and the general consesnus may not always be positive
post #14579 of 28375
Yea you are telling the truth, BUT remeber Jskid that little hobbit is a guy who instead of constructive criticism made destructive criticism, so does Biodiesel sometimes, but hey depends on your level of confidence if they affect you or not.
post #14580 of 28375
The problem lies in the fact that most people who join this site or any fashion forum are probably the most fashionable person in their group of friends. They come here thinking they are the shit and post a fit which they've probably gotten many compliments on thinking this is a bad ass outfit. Then when when they get a reality check and people post criticisms they get bent out of shape about it.

As much as some people didn't like JSkidd's comments for the better part he was on point with his assessments. Same with Bio. To them and most of us fashion is a lifestyle. I'm not going to lie to someone when they look like a douche bag...
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Originally Posted by flipcydesae View Post
The problem lies in the fact that most people who join this site or any fashion forum are probably the most fashionable person in their group of friends. They come here thinking they are the shit and post a fit which they've probably gotten many compliments on thinking this is a bad ass outfit. Then when when they get a reality check and people post criticisms they get bent out of shape about it.

As much as some people didn't like JSkidd's comments for the better part he was on point with his assessments. Same with Bio. To them and most of us fashion is a lifestyle. I'm not going to lie to someone when they look like a douche bag...
Very well put. The only time I get really seriously pissed is when I repeatedly receive the same crit after trying as hard as I can to fix the problem. Thats quite aggravating. I don't think Iv ever had a plain mean comment tho.


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BUT remeber Jskid that little hobbit is a guy
Lol, just remembered his sz 26ness. I was after his time, but from the pics I have seen he looks great fashion wise.

~Dave
post #14582 of 28375
Zodiac, after looking through pages and pages of pictures of you (all complete with cardis) I think Ima order one from AA and post a pic here w/ thanaz in honor of you

~Dave
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lol at being mentioned in this thread as a destructive criticizer...


dzondlo... do indeed give Thanaz a fair shake.
post #14584 of 28375
It's not like you don't take critizism, but it's another problem with beeing laughed at. So if you make fun of people who try, most of them will stop trying and starting to ignore you. It's the same in the real life when talking to someone in person.
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Originally Posted by CUTUP View Post
Its constructive criticism, and if you had been on here for long enough you would know that Zodiac almost always wears nothing but cardigans, so he catches a lot of shit for it. People here have been trying to get him to try new things not because they hate him, but because they are trying to help
Actually last month I posted as many shirts in here as cardigans.

Here ya go, Lets keep this going....

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^ like it!
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yeah, me too

you could maybe unbutton one at the top, to achieve a more casual look
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wow, what an improvement, +1
post #14589 of 28375
Sorry to disturb your Happy-Hippo-Party:

Each piece on its own is great. Great denim with on-point fit. Same goes for the shirt, nice color and very good fit, even though I would undo at least one button. Shoes seem to be ok as well.


BUT:

the combination is peasant-style. Or I am colorblind and misinterpret that.

Black boots/shoes with blue jeans and a brown shirt? Are you for real? Black and brown are very hard to combine. I have rarely seen fits where it worked out well. Same goes for blue and black. Only very light and very dark blue can work with black and even then its a miss most of the times. But blue, black and brown in one fit... Probarbly impossible to make look good.

EDIT: Put on some different shoes/boots/sneakers and you get +10 from me for that fit.
post #14590 of 28375
That shirt is brown? damn i have to go to the optometrist.....
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Maybe its not ... ? Lets do a poll!
post #14592 of 28375
Shirt looks brown/grey to me (or some combination of the two). I agree with von. Everything looks good up until the shoes...some brown or tan ones would hit the spot for sure!
post #14593 of 28375
maybe I am myself colorblind (which could be) or my monitor in office is totally fucked up, but I was seeing some sort of a dark purple shirt... shit I'll check at home
or I'll go to an optometrist too...

edit: i was seeing this

post #14594 of 28375
Imo, purple would not make it better. At least not much as the shoes clash even harder with the jeans. It might have worked out with some jet-black pants. Easiest solution, imo, change shoes, as the rest is fine.
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I say a dark grayish faded or smoked black shirt LOL
post #14596 of 28375
^ You're right, its sorta charcoal grey color.

Ben: Yeah may be you're right about the colors, but hey man everyone has its own unique style, and i could probably tell the same about your style, when you post dark colored clothes with that green scarf which i thought was hideous adjustment, not the scarf but the actual color of it.

Personally I don't really care about colors, but I usually wear dark, shirts or tee's with cardis, depends, or I go very light. But nothing bright!
I'm not standing every day and think what should go with what, I just wear what I'm comfy with, that's all. But thanks for the criticism, I have some light brown boots i might post them next time with some jeans. !
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I think combining colors correctly for a lot of people is one of the hardest thing in a fit
I haven't searched yet, but do we have a sort of "combining colors guide thread" in here?

could be useful for users who want "help" imo

btw, I liked that green scarf lol
post #14598 of 28375
Zodiac, much much better +1

Dont think Im knockin you man, just trying to get you to keep branching out. I used to wear nothing but plain t shirts and hooded jackets, so I know how it feels to be partial to a particular look

The fit on that shirt is nice, Im not a fan however of the black boots with the lighter colored jeans, they stand out to much IMO
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Originally Posted by Evil Sushi View Post
yeah, me too

you could maybe unbutton one at the top, to achieve a more casual look
^ Right on!!


@zodiac: But besides that, why is there some crazy shadow outline of you?...
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Pic was taken with flash.
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