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Dimly seen: Brown Kangol wool cap. Dutch military jacket. tan vest with fake fur lining/lapels, vintage. Lavender Smedley wool sweater green & purple Polo silk tie. gray striped Briggs NY vintage shirt, kinda like RLBL. stubble. Not seen: Uniqlo dry selvage courtesy of J. black German military belt. black boots.
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Nemuu: Consistently excellent -- post more often.
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Originally Posted by Oltmann

EG corduroy aviator (fall 05 I think)
greige striped sweater (just got this from peasant)
Diesel Belt
4 or 5 year old Diesel jeans, were one wash to start with
Clarks shoes

also, I think I just diagnosed myself with scoliosis, any orthopedists out there?

Nice individual pieces Oltmann, I do think your suffering from a little color clash. It's very difficult putting Green, Black, Blue and Gray (with pattern) together. A white tee would suffice instead of the stripe sweater. Black jeans would work better with the jacket and shoes.

This a personal distaste, tucking in the sweater,,...uuhh oohh!.

Trying to help, not being an arse!.
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Originally Posted by Rye GB
Sauce!, Cheap, thanks for putting things back on track, I thought I'd inadvertently logged onto a Style Forum dating service for desperado's.

the sarcasm is killing me
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Originally Posted by Jovan
Colder outside than I expected, so here's another peacoat shot to add to the thread.


are you going to return some video tapes, meet your freinds at dorsia, or mutilate a hooker?
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AA Nation (gift from cousin in South Africa) Club Monaco Viola Caipira
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Originally Posted by Rye GB
Nice individual pieces Oltmann, I do think your suffering from a little color clash. It's very difficult putting Green, Black, Blue and Gray (with pattern) together. A white tee would suffice instead of the stripe sweater. Black jeans would work better with the jacket and shoes.

Thanks for the help!
I agree the sweater doesn't fit, I'm only wearing it because I just got it.

Black jeans though? This is the only place I ever wear them:


And, no, I'm not intentionally trying to match the car.
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Originally Posted by whodini
AA
Nation (gift from cousin in South Africa)
Club Monaco
Viola Caipira

Combover nation?
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I think you "picked" the wrong one.
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cross posting What i wore to campus. 3 classes, 1 destroyed (in a good way) mid term, a super encounter and yeah...thats about it.... hm m65....i think i could pretty much wear this thing everyday volcom hoodie.....Its cold out son! levis workwear shirt...ya know PBJ's....thank god i can wear these again Number (n)ine Mocs...so comfy welcome to eugene everyone...there is like a million of these flags on our campus. I dont knwo if you can see it but they go on forever in the back ground. to the library to do catch up on some yeats with anna, do some reading and say whatup to KO in my superencounter of the day. cheers!
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Whodini, I dont think we look alike, but I can totally see how everyone is going to think we do, when I post my WAYWT picture tonight.

Also wanted to say, Baron your pic is really nice. Very understated and well-put together. I am a huge fan of Seize sur Vingt.
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Originally Posted by Arethusa
What's a bubble skirt? The material looks strange, but the picture's really dark.

Bubble skirts, or largely dresses in empire-waist, are made to puff out like so:
http://www.stylebakery.com/fashionin...f7845_main.jpg
A lot of them look very 'fad-esque'. Made of pleated A-line sewed to an inner circle which makes them round off at bottom.

This is an especially puffy one, which i think looks a bit tacky. [And makes normal people look a bit like a pear.
http://le-fashionista.com/shop/image...inbubble_1.jpg
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Originally Posted by Brian SD
Whodini, I dont think we look alike, but I can totally see how everyone is going to think we do, when I post my WAYWT picture tonight.

Also wanted to say, Baron your pic is really nice. Very understated and well-put together. I am a huge fan of Seize sur Vingt.
You look like this?
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Originally Posted by fatty
Bubble skirts, or largely dresses in empire-waist, are made to puff out like so: http://www.stylebakery.com/fashionin...f7845_main.jpg A lot of them look very 'fad-esque'. Made of pleated A-line sewed to an inner circle which makes them round off at bottom. This is an especially puffy one, which i think looks a bit tacky. [And makes normal people look a bit like a pear. http://le-fashionista.com/shop/image...inbubble_1.jpg
Ah, those I am familiar with. I thought it was referring to the fabric, but maybe the picture just threw me.
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Originally Posted by whodini
You look like this?
My anthropology professor looks like this.
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Originally Posted by Get Smart
any reason why yer showing off your calf?? arent those socks a bit low?
Showing off the shoes, rather. I don't see anything wrong with my socks.
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