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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. digital_denim

    digital_denim Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG] I think turtlenecks are underappreciated.

    BART station?


    Powell street station!
     
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    Powell street station!
    The walls feel good on your back when you're drunk and waiting for the next train.
     
  3. kitonbrioni

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    Vintage CPS overcoat
    NM sweater
    Moschino jeans
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  4. dry the rain

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    thanks for the comments on the calis, guys! i have this pet peeve about not being able to sit indian style in a pair of jeans, and to deal with that i either have to get a pretty low rise of size up with a higher rise to get enough room to move my legs around. hence the looser jr's. i've got an older pair in 31, but they bug me for the afforementioned reason.
     
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    Awesome video, cult.

    Anyway, for a small dinner party with the family back at home...
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    Does the blazer look like it's too tight or is it just me? Comments?
     
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    A little bit...try buttoning just the middle button, should help it hang better.
    Tom
     
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    top work Cult!

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    digital [​IMG] perfect everything. the texture of the jacket compliments the sammy denim nicely and even the wall is killing. 10/10

    What he said. Textures work nicely.
     
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    Tom! Long time no see.

    Jay complements the wall.
     
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    Velvet blazer alert! Velvet blazer alert! DODT, indeed.
     
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    Um, that is velvet, right?
     
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    Velvet blazer alert! Velvet blazer alert!

    Hey, the man was stuck in Iraq for months, with nothing to do but stare at strapping young Army lads for hours a day. What did you expect?
     
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    Are those issue aviators, Tom?
     
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    seriously, thoughts on the parka? should i try getting it tailored/
     
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    seriously, thoughts on the parka? should i try getting it tailored/

    Oops, forgot about that.

    Do you plan on layering a lot with it? If you're going to be putting sweaters/thermals/etc under there, then I think it's fine. It might be fine anyway, really; I'm not sure that tailoring is going to change much unless you go all out. It could be slimmer in the body, but then you'd have to do the sleeves, too. Plus, it's a parka, and it fits like a parka.

    I think I'm saying 's all good.
     
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    I think the parka looks fine. Maybe a tad large but I'm assuming if yer wearing it you got a lot of stuff underneath as well so a fitted fit isnt going to be practical. Parkas are meant to be functional....stylishness is a secondary factor. but yours already looks like it is so it's good in the hood
     
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    Does the blazer look like it's too tight or is it just me? Comments?

    I agree that just buttoning the middle will help it hang better. The button placement is a bit odd, fitting 3 buttons into a space that would better be suited for 2 buttons. The tight fit looks good with the overall look (jeans, cons, untied tie)...a more normal/proper fit will look out of place with it all.
     
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