Allsaints Moreland shirt
Allsaints Rok cardigan
Allsaints Shibuya shirt
Allsaints Form blazer
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@ Phukette .. those Shioner 880w's certainly look stunning .. the blue really glows !
@ Lee .. I love the light grey to dark in your 8B5's. Haha what's that? in 2nd picture you are wearing a fez .. oh no its your light shade !!
@ Freerad .. Certainly a different angle to view your jeans looking straight down, good photos.
I'm still not too sure about my flash indoor photos, took some tonight with my phone cam on 10 secs delay but they are not very bright but here goes:
My everyday attire, well for last two days:
Safado 8AA, Rockport walking boots and All Saints shirt with side pockets, I have really gotten used to wearing this shirt a lot, I find the side pockets are really handy for hands walking up the street this colder weather and carrying keys, spectacles, etc.
My new River Island black leather jacket arrived this morn so will be wearing it tonight up the pub.
with Heeven 8SH and leather Timberlands and no name T
Or with Diesel cotton and cord shirt and Hudson boots?
What do you think looks best? Our pub is very easy going, so no formalities needed
@ Aahz, you just pipped me to the post, yours came up whilst I was composing.
But stunning, looks more like a fashion shoot in your surroundings !!
Thanaz and Thavar look amazing with your Allsaints gear complete with scarf and pocket handkerchief.
Super photos, you cannot beat the great outdoors !
Much inspiration to us all !!
Nice combo with the Shiona 804A's Phukette
Your wool wool hoodie looks cool but warm Timeout, are the 8LP's Thavar or Thanaz?
Today wearing my Thanaz 8QP, River Island jacket and top with Timberland leather trainers.
I took a leaf out of Aahz's book and tried to get some sun in the photo, much better photos outside dont you think?
Perfectly. Your jeans and your jacket is perfect. This is your best outfit.
Baltimore, there is something new visible on the outside, that is an extra row of stitching just above the original white stitch around the hem. But this line is done with a similar colour thread to the denim colour to make it unoticable.
Really its just making an inner pleat to shorten them, as the pleat is double it has to be half the size of the amount you wish to shorten them.
This extra pleat can actually be cut off with scissors if needed, say if it was like 5" shorten you would want to cut it off. But then you would really need to sew the raw denim end to elimate fraying. I have had 5 pairs done now and leaving the excess on seems ok for me atm, I've worn 3 of them.
There are several videos on youtube demonstrating this method .. this is one of the simplest: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdXxRuIqBh4