70 thoughts on “How would you improve this fit?

    • Anonymous says:

      different shoes

      what kind of shoes? Just wore this for a dinner date and a walk in the park

      Just get some good boots and a nice watch you’ll be "stylish"

      Any boot recs? I only have these desert boots

        • Anonymous says:

          Are these a good one to go with?

          start over tbh. it’s not salvegable

          you wouldn’t even keep the jeans?

          Change the sneakers for leather boots.
          Change the light wash jeans for dark indigo.
          Change the cream sweater for burgundy.

          thank you anon

          • Anonymous says:

            Yes those are the defacto baby’s first nice boots. I’ve owned a pair for a decade. If you clean and occasionally condition them they will last you many years.

          • Anonymous says:

            https://i.imgur.com/vwbah3E.jpg

            […]
            what kind of shoes? Just wore this for a dinner date and a walk in the park
            […]
            Any boot recs? I only have these desert boots

            >boot recs
            No cap toes for gods sake.
            Chippewa service boots on ebay
            Red wing Blacksmith, Williston, Beckman
            in shades of brown or burgundy.

      • Anonymous says:

        a better haircut
        for you i’d recommend a bedhead combover similar to Jeff from community, as its more "mature" looking than other good haircuts right now while still being much better than you currently

        trimming eyebrows for better shape

        improving your jawline with mastic gum/mewing (your chin/jawline looks kinda awful in this pic, but it might just be the angle)

        basic hebrewelry like a small tennis/cuban chain, some rings, and a watch

        a looser sweater that still fits tight where you want it to. right now it looks like you’re sizing down badly made sweaters for it to define your muscles rather than getting actually nice clothes

        either smaller jeans or larger jeans. right now you have slimmer fit jeans that are a size too big for you, instead of actually baggy jeans that fit you or slim fit jeans that actually fit you.

        id also change out the shoes. while some sneakers are very fashionable they tend to be very very expensive compared to your current shoe collection

        You have the basic concepts of looking good, its just the many small details that end up making this look kinda bland/unfinished.

        • Anonymous says:

          clark’s desert boots

          Gym and jaw surgery for his recessed jaw. Clothes are irrelevant.

          >Gym and jaw surgery for his recessed jaw.
          is my physique and jaw that bad? here are a few other angles

          For me it’s those department store special Nike’s. What compelled you to even buy those?

          my gf got it for me, for playing basketball and tennis

          • Anonymous says:

            >jaw that bad
            Check with an orthodontist. Get braces if there’s a chance to improve the jawline. Don’t use aligners.

          • Anonymous says:

            6’1 and I’m doing an upper/lower routine. Twice a week with dumbbells and twice a week with barbells. Started a couple of months ago but been on/off working out for a long time

  1. Anonymous says:

    Change the sneakers for leather boots.
    Change the light wash jeans for dark indigo.
    Change the cream sweater for burgundy.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sexcore. Despite of the hate, it’s a timeless fit. Everything that compliments a fit healthy body literally is timeless.
    You literally could walk around with sex core in medieval times and get laid.

    • Anonymous says:

      this is what i imagine an average mid-class yugoslav civvie in america would wear

      meh

      https://i.imgur.com/vtk3nhP.png

      […]
      > watch
      Are these watches alright? I’ll adjust the time on them
      […]
      thanks anon, I’ll go with this one
      […]
      probably not gonna get braces. Can’t I just lower my bodyfat some more? Or should I grow a beard?

      good choice

  3. Anonymous says:

    Tuck in the shirt, belt, tear drop tattoo on your forehead but in the shape of a dick like you killed a dick in prison.

    • Anonymous says:

      get a watch. fits inoffensively fine.

      > watch
      Are these watches alright? I’ll adjust the time on them

      […]
      >boot recs
      No cap toes for gods sake.
      Chippewa service boots on ebay
      Red wing Blacksmith, Williston, Beckman
      in shades of brown or burgundy.

      thanks anon, I’ll go with this one

      >jaw that bad
      Check with an orthodontist. Get braces if there’s a chance to improve the jawline. Don’t use aligners.

      probably not gonna get braces. Can’t I just lower my bodyfat some more? Or should I grow a beard?

      • Anonymous says:

        >watches
        Get an Orient Bambino or a Seiko SNK series.
        In a proper size for your wrist.

        >not gonna get braces
        Get them if they will improve the situation. The orthodontist will tell you.

        • Anonymous says:

          […]
          Staples:

          36 mm (for 16 cm wrist):

          snk355
          snk357
          snk361
          snk363
          snk365
          snk366
          snk368
          snk377
          snk379
          snk381

          snkl15
          snkl17
          snkl19
          snkl21
          snkl23
          snkl24
          snkl26
          snkl28
          snkl41
          snkl43
          snkl45
          snkl47
          snkl48
          snkl50

          Orient Bambino 36mm
          Tissot PRX 35mm
          Timex Marlin

          37-38 mm (for 16.5-17.5 cm wrist):

          snxs73
          snxs75
          snxs77
          snxs79
          snxs80
          snxs81

          40+ mm (for 17.5+ cm wrist):

          szsb011
          szsb012
          szsb013
          szsb014
          szsb022

          szsb015
          szsb016
          szsb017
          szsb018

          szsb021
          szsb028
          szsb006
          szsb007

          szsb025
          szsb026
          Orient Bambino (Standard)
          Tissot PRX (Standard)

          whoops forgot to attach it. Are these alright?
          >Get them if they will improve the situation
          How long would one typically need to wear braces? I’ll check with them at least. My teeth are straight though

      • Anonymous says:

        >watches
        Get an Orient Bambino or a Seiko SNK series.
        In a proper size for your wrist.

        >not gonna get braces
        Get them if they will improve the situation. The orthodontist will tell you.

        Staples:

        36 mm (for 16 cm wrist):

        snk355
        snk357
        snk361
        snk363
        snk365
        snk366
        snk368
        snk377
        snk379
        snk381

        snkl15
        snkl17
        snkl19
        snkl21
        snkl23
        snkl24
        snkl26
        snkl28
        snkl41
        snkl43
        snkl45
        snkl47
        snkl48
        snkl50

        Orient Bambino 36mm
        Tissot PRX 35mm
        Timex Marlin

        37-38 mm (for 16.5-17.5 cm wrist):

        snxs73
        snxs75
        snxs77
        snxs79
        snxs80
        snxs81

        40+ mm (for 17.5+ cm wrist):

        szsb011
        szsb012
        szsb013
        szsb014
        szsb022

        szsb015
        szsb016
        szsb017
        szsb018

        szsb021
        szsb028
        szsb006
        szsb007

        szsb025
        szsb026
        Orient Bambino (Standard)
        Tissot PRX (Standard)

          • Anonymous says:

            >Which color
            Light colors for the daytime, dark for the evenings.

            White on stainless steel is a good start.

          • Anonymous says:

            Wrong.White is dress. Black is sports. Probably the most clear to read. Silver is dress and sports. Silver sun burst is super hot! Blue is the one out all occasion type colour. At the end of the day that style of watch will work in any colour, it’s more about the wearer and his style and taste, that should impact which to choose.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Your face look too old for a palewave fit.

    Also, pale colors (or colors in general) always look gay on men, unless it’s a streetwear/sport style that will bring some kind of masculinity to the whole thing.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Your face look too old for a palewave fit.
      I’m only 27. Is that too old? I work a shitton so maybe it aged me too much the last few years, no idea

      San Martin is ok. It is a clone though.
      The diver is ok only if you dive.

      >San Martin is ok. It is a clone though.
      It was only like $200 online, so maybe it was. Bought it off a rec from someone here a year ago

      >How long would one typically need to wear braces
      Depends on your situation. 0.5-2 years

      that’s a long time. What about just getting a chin implant? I think it’s like $3k or so

      • Anonymous says:

        >I’m only 27.
        No offense but i would have said late 30s, early 40s.
        At that age you need to dress more conservative.

      • Anonymous says:

        I think orthodontics will fix your chin issues.
        >I’m only 27
        I’m sorry but that is a hecking rough 27 buddy, it’s time to get your skincare game up to par and cut out alcohol, tobacco, and drugs of any kind. You appear to work out already so it’s just gonna be the diet portion of self care.

        • Anonymous says:

          >it’s time to get your skincare game up to par
          what do you recommend for this? I cleanse and moisturize every night and don’t drink, smoke, or drugs. My diet is mostly pretty clean high protein low carb homecooked meals all except maybe one day a week.

          • Anonymous says:

            >way you rec to add in more collagen
            Eat more protein with supplements and vitamins can aid in the digestion of protein. Here are some of the most notable ones:

            1. Digestive Enzymes: Enzymes such as protease, bromelain, papain, and pepsin can help break down proteins into smaller peptides and amino acids, aiding in their digestion and absorption.

            2. Probiotics: Probiotics promote a healthy gut microbiota, which is essential for efficient digestion and absorption of nutrients, including proteins. Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium, and other probiotic strains can support overall digestive health.

            3. Betaine HCl: This supplement can help increase stomach acid levels, aiding in the breakdown of proteins and other nutrients.

            4. Vitamin B6: Also known as pyridoxine, vitamin B6 plays a role in the metabolism of proteins and aids in the absorption of amino acids.

            5. Zinc: Zinc is involved in the production of digestive enzymes, including those that help break down proteins.

            6. Magnesium: Magnesium is essential for proper muscle function, including the smooth muscle in the digestive tract, and may indirectly support protein digestion.

            7. Vitamin A: This vitamin supports the integrity of the gastrointestinal mucosa, which is important for proper digestion and absorption of nutrients, including proteins.

          • Anonymous says:

            >5. Zinc: Zinc is involved in the production of digestive enzymes, including those that help break down proteins.
            i takes this mostly for the big loads

  5. Anonymous says:

    Jeans color is very good. You could probably take an inch off the length because your top is a slimmer fit. Looks a little too baggy contracts with a tighter fitting shirt with what you’re going for.
    Buy Margiela GATs or some Common Projects or something for the shoes. Vans are played out, Converse is fine.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I think the length of the sleeves on the sweater look weird. They don’t even look rolled, they just look too short.
    Boring shoes and sloppy laces, get some better shoes.
    Pants could be slimmer, the creases on the bottom are ugly.

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