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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. brimley

    brimley Well-Known Member

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    Nice jeans, berlin and chrono. Shore, nice shirt.



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  2. Get Smart

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    New shoes. Cordovan? Calf? Plastic? ??
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    yea, dig this. MUCH better than when you go for the nu-trad look (which makes you look too respectable)

    The flat cap, the shirt, jeans, those shoes, the EG belt.....perfection.

    even the socks rule ok
     
  3. dusty

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    No way man. It looks good, but he kills the trad look.
     
  4. GoSurface

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    True, but it's not as funny as when a dingo eats a baby. It's just a classic.

    The word 'dingo' is just inherently funny. Couple that with eating a baby, and you've got comic genius.
     
  5. ken

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    yea, dig this. MUCH better than when you go for the nu-trad look (which makes you look too respectable)

    The flat cap, the shirt, jeans, those shoes, the EG belt.....perfection.

    even the socks rule ok


    Yup. I love this look. In fact, I wear it all the time.
     
  6. asobu

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    Chris: I see the yohji jazz shoes are getting a lot of love lately. They're beautiful. If I had a pair, I'd wear them all the time. Love the sweater too, even though i'd probably prefer it without the two straps hanging out. Great fit overall though, one of your best in a long time I think.
     
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    at the end of the work day...a little dishelved...don't worry...the flipflops were only worn in the apt
     
  8. Asch

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    >>>Since you're talking about Paul May. Wanted to order some boots from them this week and i'm still not sure about sizing. Do they run small or big?<<<

    Current stock forced me to buy mine a half-size smaller than my normal size, and they are, if anything, slightly too big. Going down a half-size should be safe.

    Berlin -- Cool to see you (successfully) mixing up your proportions.

    jpgm -- Nice sweater. Even with such an interesting piece, you always manage to look unaffected in your style. I strive for that myself -- would prefer to err on the side of boring rather than contrived.
     
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    ^^Thank you. No, They weren't hemmed. I think they will be in heavy rotation this fall, as Who predicted. They're getting more comfortable now and I'm liking them more and more.

    They're 34 inseams then, right? What is your real inseam size? I got mine hemmed down to a 33 and I kind of wish I hadn't, considering the coming shrinkage.
     
  10. Stazy

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    Chris I think that's best outfit you've posted so far.
     
  11. jufros

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    Berlin: how much did you size down on those lee 101z? I never thought the cut was that slim.
     
  12. berlin report

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    They're 34 inseams then, right? What is your real inseam size? I got mine hemmed down to a 33 and I kind of wish I hadn't, considering the coming shrinkage.
    They're 32 inseams. My real inseam size is 30[​IMG] .
    Berlin: how much did you size down on those lee 101z? I never thought the cut was that slim.
    I wear a 30 in ALD and these are size 28. They're very slim around the thigh area but generous in the waist because of the low rise.
     
  13. wiru

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    thought i'd go from lurking to active waywnt-ing...

    thrift store track jacket
    ben sherman t
    uniqlo
    camper

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  14. SoCal2NYC

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    Giorgio Armani wierd seersuckerish 2btn blazer
    Prada black check shirt
    Tim Hamilton moleskin tie
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    Giorgio Armani black/navy seersucker pants
    Jil Sander navy suede drivers
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    Thanks, GS, dusty, and nyf.

    Bobo, I have to get to an H+M and look for that shirt.

    Cool.
     
  17. chronoaug

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    It was hot out and didn't feel like wearing jeans. [​IMG] [​IMG] Only one class today, but i'm going to go to fresh market later for some stuff i don't need but will most certainly impulse buy.
     
  18. berlin report

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    baggy pants crew
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    This is great Bobo. What pants are those?
     
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    thanks Berlin. The pants are some freak american Carhartt that I picked up used on ebay. Ive never seen the model before, and theres no info in them. The fabric is probably the heaviest pant fabric ive felt... super thick cotton duck.
     
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    [​IMG] Ray Ban Aviators Morphine Generation Atelier Ladurance Lee Gold Japan Diesel Random guy under a sheet
    What Diesels are those? (or are the Diesels the shoes, in which case it explaines why the jeans don't look like any Diesels I've seen).
     
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