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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 12:42 am
by yubbermax
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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 8:33 pm
by yoyobeat

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 9:23 pm
by BIGBEE
I think that a chunkier boot like the lunarterra arktos would be better than the sleekish SFB

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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2015 1:52 pm
by finolino
trying to wear my raf sweats with more than just a white long sleeve t underneath, but i feel like this misses the mark. darker denim might pull it together more, but i'm open to feedback regarding basically everything here with regards to my first statement especially

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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:08 am
by sabisabi
posting for 2 of my friends who really wanted to know what you guys had to say about them.

throw them your critiques and all that

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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2015 7:52 am
by ice
sabisabi wrote:posting for 2 of my friends who really wanted to know what you guys had to say about them.

throw them your critiques and all that

here goes:
They just look like normal people
Their clothes fit, but they aren't wearing anythign that indicates they put any significant time into thinking about their outfit/clothes
your first friend is wearing a very common combo among young women, i'm sure a lot of you see it everywhere, the jeans and high brown boots
the same is true of the next friend b/w runners and tan chinos
as far as the tops go, nothing very adventurous, but at the same time, nothing inoffensive at all
these look like two average respectable people who aren't 'into fashion' and dress in a normal way, like many people of their age and respective genders

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:45 am
by jrisk
I think if the guy swapped out the runners for something else—really almost anything else would work here—it would be a pretty cool outfit. easy pick would be some hitop chucks.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2015 11:29 am
by schiaparelli
sabisabi wrote:posting for 2 of my friends who really wanted to know what you guys had to say about them.

throw them your critiques and all that

girl: it doesn't really look like this outfit has intention, like she was thinking, "i want to dress like…, i want to evoke a specific image, i want people to get the impression that…". this reads as a Girl Wearing Clothes and not a Girl Wearing an Outfit, if that makes sense? i think there are some issues with mixing formalities/styles of items—tall boots (even though these are suede-ish and not super structured) with a very typical kind of sweatshirt is a confusing combo, and the sweatshirt with a scarf wrapped around it is also a confusing combo. the scarf, color-palette-wise, matches with the rest of the colors, i suppose, but it's not being worn v effectively and i would prefer to see it draped some way that isn't just circle-scarf-esque, as i feel it creates odd volume/bulk around the neck and looks unbalanced.

guy: am actually v intrigued by the pattern of the shirt, but the way it's worn (with everything else) feels a bit incomplete. i think the colors of the denim jacket + pants work together chromatically, the shirt + pants work together chromatically, but the denim jacket + shirt feel odd together. i guess the kind of deep greens veering blue for the shirt (it feels like it has more complex tones) and the kind of straight-up light faded blue of the denim jacket (more straightforward colors) don't quite match. i do like the silhouette. agree with others that the runners don't really go with anything, as everything else is kind of earthy and makes you think of natural colors, natural fabrics, and the shoes are super artificial/manmade in comparison.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 12:17 pm
by MickePB
Found this cardigan sweater thing and it was warm as hell.

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I feel like Denim isn't the right choice though but I'm also not sure on what would be a better choice

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2015 11:43 am
by uniacto
something most of you guys have probably seen before already, but feedback is appreciated. Its for valentines day! hoping that my pair of stans come soon enough because I feel like they would fit better than slip ons but if not, then i guess the slip ons would suffice.

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@tomsfood American apparel, employee there thought I was shopping for "someone special" and gave me a booklet of lingerie sales "just in case"

@vgtbls I've tried calling ups because I'll be leaving my house for school Friday morning and not going back home until Monday, meanwhile the package is schedule to come Friday by the end of the day. gonna have a friend swing by there at like 1-2 and he'll pick it up for me if it's there, but if not then...

@BIGBEE any color you'd recommend besides white?

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2015 9:11 am
by aliencomingin
I feel like there is something that doesnt work in this fit

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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2015 11:59 am
by yoyobeat
the nikes' contrast swoosh and shape gives me a retro jizz that doesn't make sense with the cargos. denim jacket doesn't fit with the bottom half.

So the thing that doesn't 'work' is technically the cargos, but I like the cargos and think it would be cool to swap out the shoes for a slimmer boot or sneak because of the pants' taper. And then get a jacket up top that's either cropped or 6-10 inches longer with more pockets, or even just a clean leather cropped or similar length (while also changing the shoes). Denim is giving a different jizz than the more badass/military/future potential of the cargos.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2015 1:19 pm
by ramseames
Cargos + af1s isn't incohesive

Those pants just don't look good

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2015 7:45 pm
by JewTurk
Nothing new here, more interested on whether or not the bun is working. My understanding is a super strong jaw line is pretty necessary for it and I really have no idea if I can pull it off. I may just be deluding myself into thinking it works because I've been growing it for so long etc

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Criticisms on the clothes welcome too, pretty boring fit.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 5:23 am
by bels
Have you ever tried wearing 501s and wallabies?

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 6:45 am
by pirxthepilot
sorry if you're bored of seeing this coat but it's surprisingly hard to wear well. tried with dark blue wool trous and dark denims, don't feel either really does it justice. any suggestions?

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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 7:35 am
by stappard_
those attempts seem a bit clean for the coat but i'm sure you've come to that conclusion already

on the runway it was all high cuffs and funny socks, a far higher hobo quotient

can't quite see your shoes but i'd avoid closed lacing. a chukka shape would be ideal (see below)

also not convinced more wool on your legs is what you need

rearrange these thoughts into a coherent argument

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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 8:44 am
by bels
Seems like the solution is more cdg

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 8:54 am
by saveed_samir
yoyobeat wrote:the nikes' contrast swoosh and shape gives me a retro jizz that doesn't make sense with the cargos. denim jacket doesn't fit with the bottom half.

So the thing that doesn't 'work' is technically the cargos, but I like the cargos and think it would be cool to swap out the shoes for a slimmer boot or sneak because of the pants' taper. And then get a jacket up top that's either cropped or 6-10 inches longer with more pockets, or even just a clean leather cropped or similar length (while also changing the shoes). Denim is giving a different jizz than the more badass/military/future potential of the cargos.


so just change the whole fit?

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 9:07 am
by odradek
one thing to notice about the junya runway shots is the effect of layers. i know it's a tired conversation (how do layering???) but it's really evident and something that is noticeably absent from your shots, pirx. there're apparently three layers at the cuffs with the extraneous lining that you lost with the tailoring and you've only got one. additionally, the runway shots have the lower quarters open so you can see hints of the shirting between the jacket and pants. missing that looks like it flattens out the patchwork that otherwise makes it seem like a very alive garment. another thing that flattens out your version is the sleek boots - the runway shots all feature laces and visible discontinuities. if possible, i'd recommend an imitation of the third look you posted: tee under knit with long sleeves to peek out at cuffs and maybe only button the top button. i don't think the double v neckline of shirt to jacket is really helping you with the small lapels.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 1:12 pm
by pirxthepilot
i made sure they kept the extraneous lining, do you take me for a savage?? (it sometimes gets tucked inside).and yeah the boots are a bit too sleek, i have some MA+ derbies that should be perfect once they're back from the mender. great analysis/commentary though, thanks. these discontinuous details really add up in a way that i hadn't consciously registered.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2015 6:39 am
by Eddie
Just stop buttoning the coat
You don't need that hugging your waist and hips

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Fri Feb 20, 2015 2:07 pm
by pirxthepilot
ha, hips don't lie...i don't really have hips , sadly. it's the cut of the coat, fitted around chest. shoulders and waist and then flares out into a full skirt. some of the harnden pieces i've tried were similar, which makes sense as i think he worked for/with junya.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2015 6:12 pm
by nevergreen
yo guys i'm trying to play with my timbs with looser fitting pants. i came up with this but i feel like i need a longer shirt? something could definitely be improved but i'm not sure what. graphic could also go away but it's like my longest tee so i went with it

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comments criticism much appreciated

e; @tomsfood i tried letting them fall on the shoes but it didn't look great. i think the biggest thing is definitely the top half and fwiw i was inspired kind of by this

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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2015 2:01 am
by Muzzle
Hi all, I'm not sure about the patterns or colors going together here
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going for a manofkent fit now that I think about it
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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2015 1:32 pm
by cormac
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What would you change if you had the choice? I feel like something's either missing or off here.

edit: also anything to just make it more interesting.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:46 pm
by sbuers
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Hi!
New to C-T, my friend showed me and this is my first upload. Currently a lot of stuff I have is thrifted but looking for advice on brands to buy that would suit my style. I'm 6"5 so it's quite hard to get styling right!
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Very jp streetwear, as I said the main problem is that I'm 6'5" which makes finding nice clothes that fit a challenge.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2015 2:36 am
by 0892368667
pick up some baggier pants to mix in with the slim ones and you'll be like 60% there. and maybe some kind of large sweatshirt/sweater.

Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2015 10:16 pm
by RomanEmpire
Want some feedback on how to wear these pants
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Re: The Lab (fit experiments, feedback and suggestions)

PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2015 7:16 pm
by bouquet
So I bought this APC double rider thing off of rakuten. The pictures aren't super clear so I should specify that it isn't leather; it's this thick sort of canvas-y type material. I'm just wondering if it looks silly to have a double rider that hits around the middle of my fly as opposed to being super cropped like I see them worn a lot of the time?
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