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What Are You Wearing Now/Today Part I

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Mar 26, 2005.

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  1. Rye GB

    Rye GB Well-Known Member

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    ALEXANDER MC QUEEN CARDIGAN-10 CORSO COMO
    HANES TEE-TARGET
    ACNE-HTC SANTA MONICA
    JORDAN 4-EBAY
    VUITTON-GIFT
    RPM-45 BELT-RPM 45 NYC
     
  2. cultpop 0217

    cultpop 0217 Well-Known Member

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    ^^^


    again very nice rye.


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    cap
    vintage gloverall duffle
    vintage dior v
    mil henley
    samurai
    adidas safety


    fucking awesome cheap.
     
  3. Get Smart

    Get Smart Well-Known Member

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    Coat looks perfect on you CMF

    today:

    Paul Smith argyle sweater
    Jantzen white shirt
    Levis
    Grinders

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  4. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Well-Known Member

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    ALEXANDER MC QUEEN CARDIGAN-10 CORSO COMO
    HANES TEE-TARGET
    ACNE-HTC SANTA MONICA
    JORDAN 4-EBAY
    VUITTON-GIFT
    RPM-45 BELT-RPM 45 NYC


    Love it, man, though personally I'm not feeling the shoes. Shemagh + cardigan is great, though.
     
  5. Arethusa

    Arethusa Well-Known Member

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    That's not exactly a peacoat, if I recall. What's the correct term for that? I think j. knows.
    Inapt calls it a peacoat.
    Whatever it's called, it's cool...
    Heh. Want to make us a domestic version? [​IMG]
     
  6. ken

    ken Well-Known Member

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    It's a short bridge coat.

    Damn, I should be in management.

    I was aware of this because of the following logic:

    I own that type of coat.
    I do not own a peacoat.
    Therefore, that type of coat is not a peacoat.

    Rock solid!
     
  7. Tiranis

    Tiranis Well-Known Member

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    Actually, it's not a bridge coat. The only difference between the two is that a bridge coat is longer than a peacoat. Regardless of what anyone has told you.

    If you're looking for a proper term, it's: Officer's Pea Coat.

    (And, no, it's not whatever floats my boat... it is an Officer's Pea Coat. Bridge Coat is the longer version, the fact that most of them have the metal buttons has nothing to do with it. Metal buttons and epaulettes are a sign of rank, not style of coat.)
     
  8. j

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    Bridge coats typically have the metal buttons and epaulettes, unlike pea coats, but hey, whatever floats your boat.

    Get it?
     
  9. simpli

    simpli Active Member

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    jacket liner was scrunched up and makes the jacket look puffy [​IMG] i zipped it out before i left the house, I need to retake the picture but I'm too lazy.
     
  10. minya

    minya Well-Known Member

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    ALEXANDER MC QUEEN CARDIGAN-10 CORSO COMO
    HANES TEE-TARGET
    ACNE-HTC SANTA MONICA
    JORDAN 4-EBAY
    VUITTON-GIFT
    RPM-45 BELT-RPM 45 NYC

    you made me want a pair of Jordans. [​IMG]
     
  11. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Well-Known Member

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    Layer 1:

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    Layer 2, side view because I realize I never do them (or back views, for that matter):

    [​IMG]

    Collar up because it was COLD as a motherfuck, and windy, when I took the picture.
     
  12. simpli

    simpli Active Member

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    Sauce, everything you own seems to fit you perfectly. How tall are you? I wish I had your build.
     
  13. Rye GB

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    you made me want a pair of Jordans. [​IMG]

    Hype beast hatred has hit such a crescendo that I'm pre-empting a Nike revival in approximately 3 1/2 weeks.
     
  14. Get Smart

    Get Smart Well-Known Member

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    Sauce is looking hella cooooool...nice one brother!

    getting ready to gettin' and catch my friends new powerpop/mod band play later tonite...

    Harrington
    Fred Perry
    Fred Perry
    Levis
    Grinders

    [​IMG]

    oi!
     
  15. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    Sup J

    Tonight I'm going to wear

    br white sateen stripe french cuff shirt
    br merino cardinal red V neck over it
    ted baker grey tweed blazer
    emporio black slacks
    ck collection red calfskin pointy square loafers

    to the xmas party, no jeans which would have made my outfit 110x tighter so I could wear other shit oh well.
     
  16. PG2G

    PG2G Well-Known Member

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    What kind of sweater is that, Sauce? It looks nice, and the jeans are wearing nicely too.
     
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    digital_denim Well-Known Member

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    Sauce, you look badass...all the time!!
     
  18. Brian SD

    Brian SD Well-Known Member

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    Sauce, that scarf is working well with that sweater. Fills that space nicely.

    Jason looking great, though I think your more recent pictures haven't been as good quailty or well-lit as the days of yore.
     
  19. prima

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    I bought a Large"”I'm 6'2" and 155 pounds, usually I wear a small or a medium. It's really fitted, it's for Japanese people, not for the average NA person.

    No taxes or anything like that, but I believe they didn't mark it as a gift or second-hand clothing, so it was just the customs ignoring it"”they might charge you. $220 (canadian) is the total I paid for it, including shipping.

    You can always get 2000db on Superfuture to buy it for you and send it to you, if you feel that's easier. [​IMG]


    my extremely late contribution regarding the brand Inapt. Their sizing really is quite strange. I purchased a military styled blazer/jacket by them somewhere in ueno. I normally wear medium but I got a large and it was still fitted. The most annoying thing is that it was terribly short as well. The garmet construction was of low quality. The epaulettes didn't line up on my shoulders and I had to reinforce the stitching on all of the buttons. They came loose very easily. Oh well, I was happy with my ~10,000 yen purchase. I wear it all the time.
     
  20. Get Smart

    Get Smart Well-Known Member

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    Jason looking great, though I think your more recent pictures haven't been as good quailty or well-lit as the days of yore.

    yea my previous pics were taken in an office with good lighting....the new ones are on a timer, in my dark living room, on an inferior camera, early in the morning when it's dark. blah...maybe i'll go back to office shots and quit giving excuses!
     
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