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post #14701 of 28379
Slimjim: are you wearing sleeveless top AGAIN ??
post #14702 of 28379
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Originally Posted by Zodiac View Post
Slimjim: are you wearing sleeveless top AGAIN ??
I was wearing $1 Hanes beater B4 I threw on a pair of normal shirt w/ sleeves (also $1 hanes: white V's).
BTW, I usually wear beater/sleeveless @ home. I find them much more comfy.
post #14703 of 28379
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Originally Posted by Zodiac View Post
Slimjim: are you wearing sleeveless top AGAIN ??
The dudes ripped, damn right he wears sleeveless shirts

Your lucky hes too big to fit through the internet...
post #14704 of 28379
^ Hey Chris, no question that he's ripped. Its just weird posting only sleeveless tops. I'm sure he can look as good in a proper shirt or a tee.
post #14705 of 28379
Slimjim keep it up; you’re a motivator.

The naysayers just capitulate.

Gio or anyone else who needs a translation can PM me.
post #14706 of 28379
Skating with Zathan 70C
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post #14707 of 28379
My 1st Thanaz pic ever:




BDG top w/ sleeves
Diesel Desu belt
Diesel Thanaz 8AA
Diesel Fred
Diesel undies
AA tube sox
post #14708 of 28379
no offense, but the belt ruins everything.
post #14709 of 28379
I think the belt looks fine. Good fit.
post #14710 of 28379
^^^ I think your Thanaz shortened your body (your legs looks very big compared the small body - maybe it's due to angle of pics). Btw. aren't your jeans huge in waist and crotch area?
post #14711 of 28379
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Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post
^^^ I think your Thanaz shortened your body (your legs looks very big compared the small body - maybe it's due to angle of pics). Btw. aren't your jeans huge in waist and crotch area?

It could be the angle. But yes, I can wear em a lil lower. But in order to do that (comfy), I'd have to go a size bigger even though I already went up a size. I have a ghetto booty & calves. Sizing down in Thanaz is NOT an option for me
post #14712 of 28379
get rid of the boots and belt, untuck your tshirt and i would sag just abit
post #14713 of 28379
lol, what's wrong with the boots??
post #14714 of 28379
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Originally Posted by goldenratio1.6 View Post
get rid of the boots and belt, untuck your tshirt and i would sag just abit
Fred's are my beater pair. I think they look fine for an every day boots. I'll wear somthin nicer next time
Shirt isn't tucked. it happens every time when I go w/ or w/o a belt (almost any belt) unless I go with bigger shirt or pull em down every 10 seconds. & yes, I can sag a bit, but then I'll be pulling down every 10sec. as well (all jeans ride up once I start taking big steps). Unless of course I go a size bigger which is an outlaw from HF standards

BTW, what's wrong w/ the belt???
post #14715 of 28379
I personally think that becuase you've a wider and quite built body, this pair of jeans looks rather uncomfortable on you. I'd suggest a more loose fitting style. Just my $0.02
post #14716 of 28379
I think they look pretty good, hes thin so they adjust well to his leg type, i agree the shirt must not be tucked by any reason whatsoever, the boots are fine, the belt can be hidden with the untucked shirt, the jeans are worn too high up your ass, sag just a little.
overall i think they look good.
post #14717 of 28379
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Originally Posted by slimjim View Post
Fred's are my beater pair. I think they look fine for an every day boots. I'll wear somthin nicer next time
Shirt isn't tucked. it happens every time when I go w/ or w/o a belt (almost any belt) unless I go with bigger shirt or pull em down every 10 seconds. & yes, I can sag a bit, but then I'll be pulling down every 10sec. as well (all jeans ride up once I start taking big steps). Unless of course I go a size bigger which is an outlaw from HF standards

BTW, what's wrong w/ the belt???
iam not feeling the buckle, and i dont hate the boots, i just think you shouldnt wear boots w/ a t-shirt like that
post #14718 of 28379
Your entire outfit is like a canvas to show off your belt. Basically, the first thing people notice would be the vicinity of your crotch area - a bit douche-y in my book.

The other thing is that it looks like a cowboy belt, w/o the gun and paired with skinny jeans. Just doesn't really work.
post #14719 of 28379
Slim jim... you might want to consider not tucking in your shirt. I think it would look better if you just pulled it over your pants or sagged your pants more because your legs look freakishly long in comparison to your torso. Having your shirt looks longer will make it appear as if you look a bit more balanced.

Yes I do agree "long" legs are idea but that is only if it doesn't dwarf the upper torso.
post #14720 of 28379
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Originally Posted by Zodiac View Post
^ Hey Chris, no question that he's ripped. Its just weird posting only sleeveless tops. I'm sure he can look as good in a proper shirt or a tee.

truth I am just teasing....
post #14721 of 28379
here's my two cents

lpalma -

put your phone in your pocket.


slim -

don't ever tuck in your t-shirt.

tucking in your shirt fixes your "look at my belt buckle" issue.
post #14722 of 28379
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Originally Posted by robness View Post
here's my two cents

lpalma -


fuck ralph lauren.



I'm gonna tell him you said that.
post #14723 of 28379
Bumping this thread.

** Krooley 8YM
** Diesel Keflon

post #14724 of 28379
Zodiac I like the look a lot. I can tell your boots are going to see a few miles this season.

I really like the Keflon knit. I hope to purchase it in the “Bungee cord” color.
post #14725 of 28379
^ thx, there is 2 different Keflon colors, this one is dark one, i just think it looks cooler.
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