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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. BrettChaotix

    BrettChaotix Well-Known Member

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    I dunno, I kinda like it unbuttoned with the black necklace showing underneath
     
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    I dunno, I kinda like it unbuttoned with the black necklace showing underneath

    Not buttoned to the neck (i'm not a fan), just taming those collar points. But I agree, the necklace works.
     
  3. BrettChaotix

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    ah, gotcha - you are right about the collar points
     
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    You're both right, I forgot about the collar buttons.

    Shoreman, the waistcoat is actually very comfortable. It might look OK, but I feel something's a bit off. I think it's the color of the pants. The waist coat is navy pinstripe, maybe I should have went with a charcoal color. Any suggestions?
     
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    Wishin' I had some cool GS ink on my arms today. [​IMG]

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    vass dark navy budapester brogue


    These are so hard.
     
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    at a local shop in LA...it's from the FP Italian knit line

    I was wondering since I can't find it at my local shop.
     
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    GS, I dig those TaT trou.
     
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    You're both right, I forgot about the collar buttons.

    Shoreman, the waistcoat is actually very comfortable. It might look OK, but I feel something's a bit off. I think it's the color of the pants. The waist coat is navy pinstripe, maybe I should have went with a charcoal color. Any suggestions?


    I'd agree with that. The navy is in that unfortunate range of being like the pants but not QUITE enough like them. I loved this fit way more than I would normally when I saw it (and I do like it) because I thought what I presume is a wallet chain was a pocket watch. [​IMG]
     
  11. constant struggle

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    Ludeykrus bottom of jeans is too sloppy looking with the bagginess/cuff
     
  12. warlok1965

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    warlock, is that the YMC short sleeve cardigan? if so, looks good on you, that was something I was gonna get as well but my size was nil

    Thanks, yup in size medium. It was a little big until my dear sweet wife put it through the drier on med. heat. [​IMG] Lucky for me it made it fit better.
     
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    ^^^^
    I don't think a s/s cardigan/henley on a guy with broad shoulders like yourself works, the juxtaposition appears at odds, there's a strong child like aesthetic to that item. I could only imagine it working on waif like hipsters and styli JP kids.

    GS, that's an extraordinary shape on the brogues. I could only imagine how many teeth you've demolished with a kick to the face when you head over to Temple City to pick on the neighbors.
     
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    Oakley shades
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    Bah, rentals. Real Edmontonians scoot the Henday and Whitemud to and from work. Really only possible with a 250 though.
     
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    ^^^^
    I don't think a s/s cardigan/henley on a guy with broad shoulders like yourself works, the juxtaposition appears at odds, there's a strong child like aesthetic to that item. I could only imagine it working on waif like hipsters and styli JP kids.


    i would have to agree, if i were you i'd leave that item as a layering piece for colder temps under jackets and such
     
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    Kimbo Slice and Get Smart are my top 2 "people to never fuck with"
     
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    fred perry micro collar polo
    paul smith eyes
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    thick as thieves trouser
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    vass dark navy budapester brogue
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    Nice.
     
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    Shirt : Prada, the discrete pattern is made tiny gladiators fighting, this shirt cut like Dior Homme and camp like Versace
    Jeans: Petar Petrov
    Shoes: Repetto zizis
    Rings: Margiela, S2A, Ugo Cacciatori (x2)
     
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    Everybody in white laceups! [​IMG] You can't see the pattern on the pants very well in that photo, so here's an old one where you can: [​IMG] No, the slacks aren't bootcut, they're straightlegs.
     
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