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(Old) What Are You Wearing Now/Today? Part II - pictures only - no discussion

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kitonbrioni, Jul 23, 2007.

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  1. Rye GB

    Rye GB Well-Known Member

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    Awesome.

    Your black glasses would have looked great with this combination, and the cigarette's a nice touch too.


    I like the little dood in the reflection taking the photo, he's probably thinking "what the fuck".
     
  2. FormulaQ

    FormulaQ Well-Known Member

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    know what ive noticed in my time on style forum? All of you guys must be fuckin loaded. Every other outfit has like a huge designer..and i mean..a dior suit? jeez?
    not to mention how some people swear by certain designers like jil sander..and drizt. He posts like 3 outfits a day and each one is practically out of my price range.
    Do you guys buy this stuff on sale or what?
     
  3. whodini

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    Awesome.

    Your black glasses would have looked great with this combination, and the cigarette's a nice touch too.

    I'd say he looks like a Japanese Rod Serling with the tie/cigarette/stance. J, official ruling?
     
  4. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Well-Known Member

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    I'd say he looks like a Japanese Rod Serling with the tie/cigarette/stance.

    J, official ruling?


    thanks, robin.

    Japanese Rod Serling? Is that a good or bad thing? [​IMG]
     
  5. whodini

    whodini Well-Known Member

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    thanks, robin.

    Japanese Rod Serling? Is that a good or bad thing? [​IMG]

    It's awesome.
     
  6. jet

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    Awesome.

    Your black glasses would have looked great with this combination, and the cigarette's a nice touch too.


    Even better if it was lit! Come on fade.
     
  7. Gilead

    Gilead Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG] CM/Bonds/APC/Purcell
     
  8. hustlenflo22

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    John Galliano-
    Jean-Paul Gaultier
    Dolce and Gabbanna
    Frye's Harness
    Scent: Jean Pascal pour Homme


    What's going on with the multitudes of pockets?
     
  9. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Well-Known Member

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    probably the designer's take on carpenter jeans...i like that get up, it's different in a fresh way. What are those jeans, Gallianos?
     
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    There are two pockets in the front and two in the back; just like regular jeans. .
     
  11. Maharlika

    Maharlika Well-Known Member

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    probably the designer's take on carpenter jeans...i like that get up, it's different in a fresh way. What are those jeans, Gallianos?
    Thanks. Yes, it's Galliano - very comfy.
     
  12. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Well-Known Member

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    Kiton overcoat
    Brioni scarf
    NM pocket-square
    Malo sweater
    DG pant
    NM gloves
    BJ belt
    CK socks
    JL slip-ons
     
  13. Eason

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    The time is now 9:34 PM, PST.
     
  14. j

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    No matter how beautiful the square-toed hornback alligator boots, like the sunset, it'll always... happen.
     
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    Drifter
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  16. hustlenflo22

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    iTunes Playing: Semafora by Miwon from the record Pale Glitter.
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    Sample Tee x Dior Homme x Acne x Carpe Diem


    Word.
     
  17. Eason

    Eason Well-Known Member

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    I amjacked it for the ladies 3/7 never forget [​IMG] [​IMG] needs: digital camera tailor tie to 2"
     
  18. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Well-Known Member

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    I amjacked it for the ladies


    Which gay club are you going to tonight?
     
  19. Gilead

    Gilead Well-Known Member

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    Having to amjack to hang out with ladies is weak shit, it's not like they're gonna snub you if you fold your collar down and take off the tie.
     
  20. tiecollector

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    I amjacked it for the ladies 3/7 never forget [​IMG] [​IMG] needs: digital camera tailor tie to 2"
    I like the jacket. 2" will be pretty good if it is angled. I have started tailoring my ties straight with no angle. 1.5" to 2" all the way looks pretty good, but no wider than 2" to wear without a jacket. Since you are amjacking it, why not just get a polyester 2" tie off the internetz? I have a couple thin polyester ties and I don't mind them at all. I will be picking up some 2" black ties shortly for pretty cheap, I can pick one up if my tailor remembered to order them.
     
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