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post #4081 of 11974
a long day...thank god for weekends and fridays nights. hm hat shemagh aa oversized poncho hoodie hm hip bag black nossa tee hm belt diors what sk8 highs, good and dirty like they should be cheers
post #4082 of 11974
Love it kix


Vintage Reversible Leather Jacket
Vintage Sweater
AA t
Sugarcane belt
Contest Sams
VarvatosxConverse
post #4083 of 11974
thanks digi! love the sweater/jacket combo. btw, love how we are makin the rounds....
post #4084 of 11974
^ Sick jacket.
post #4085 of 11974
kix and d_d, both really fucking solid.
post #4086 of 11974
I thinks to myself, why do [nearly] all the forumites who post here FEAR the camera? Scared i'll find and stalk them? [hey why not, they're cute...]



there's not much to say about a swimsuit and saroong from markets in penang... but hey, i got to work on my tan!
</girly>
post #4087 of 11974
Pure Beans.

LL Beans Hinley Shirt (Olive)
Dubble L Chinos (British Khaki)
Millitary Style belt (British Khaki)
Beans Loafters and socks (Khaki)

Steve Delk Adventurebilt Fedora and Wested Jacket on the coat rack. (Screaming Kids and 40's on 4 in the background.) Johnny Walker Manhattan High-Ball on the desk next to track-ball mouse.
post #4088 of 11974
I am wearing a grey T-shirt from the years-defunct doomy metal band RUNE that features what I would consider a "shitload" of inverted crosses and some sort of text about "my entire existence is made generic by you." It was a closet floor find that has done well underneath this black cotton zip cardigan (Jones New York Ladies' Sportswear in a size small, I'm just a little slip of a girl you know -- purchased for < $1.00 at age 16) and black down chevron vest.

Anchoring this orgy of couture boutique boho chic retro vintage sartorial emo indie bespoke gangster hipster gay-interest items are a pair of slim faded black jeans that break just so overtop scuffed black ankle boots that I bought about seven years ago. They were two sizes too small, then, and hurt quite a bit. Now they are perhaps only one size too small, and I have come to regard the pain as some pleasant familiar.

I would take a photo, but I have a dinner date with a lovely lady named Wendy, and she hates it when I am late.
post #4089 of 11974
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Originally Posted by Jovan
Those are some nice Nikes. I really like that they're going back to simplified designs... they look so much better than "modern" sneakers.
They're actually Nike iD's I designed as an x-mas present for myself. Solid black fronts, grey laces, gold swoosh, cardinal back, Costa Rican flag heel, and the letters "SC Tico" stitched near the top eyelets. A kind of hommage to my alma mater and half my family. http://nikeid.nike.com/nikeid/index....uestid=7722566 I think it came to under $70 shipped for the entire customization and it came in about 2-3 weeks during the holiday rush. Many pairs to choose from, I picked the simplest. Next up: custom Purcells for about the same price. I also realized that photo makes it look like I have a peg for a right leg. What an odd effect.
post #4090 of 11974
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Originally Posted by Rye GB
Here you go:


Both chains were gifts from my parents upon various graduations at the ages of 16 and 18. After living away from family for 10 years I wear them for their sentimental value. I found the charm at an Antique Market, (maybe some smartass on here will try and convince me it's Buddhist symbol for virility).


I wonder what can be a better oxymoron than "a Buddhist symbol for virility."
post #4091 of 11974
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Originally Posted by fatty
I thinks to myself, why do [nearly] all the forumites who post here FEAR the camera? Scared i'll find and stalk them? [hey why not, they're cute...] there's not much to say about a swimsuit and saroong from markets in penang... but hey, i got to work on my tan! </girly>
What also strikes me is that I seem to be the only one commenting on your pictures... maybe they're afraid they'll come off as e-flirting? I dunno. But you look stunning, as usual. The way you tied the sarong is really something, and the pairing of the royal blue with black is spot on.
post #4092 of 11974
It's sad, but I think we've become so used to complimenting other guys that we've become speechless and awkward when it comes to extending said regards to girls.
post #4093 of 11974
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Originally Posted by whodini
It's sad, but I think we've become so used to complimenting other guys that we've become speechless and awkward when it comes to extending said regards to girls.

looks like we all caught teh gay
post #4094 of 11974
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Originally Posted by Brian SD
looks like we all caught teh gay
Get it off, get it off, get it off... If anything this forum has reinforced my love for the female form. A beautiful woman in a fitting sundress beats some dude in his w+h hoodie and dior's any day.
post #4095 of 11974
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Originally Posted by whodini
Get it off, get it off, get it off...

If anything this forum has reinforced my love for the female form. A beautiful woman in a fitting sundress beats some dude in his w+h hoodie and dior's any day.

That would depend on whether the Diors were Japanese or Italian, and 19 or 21cm.
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