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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. MrBisco

    MrBisco Member

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    New to styleforum. word. [​IMG] Tee: Express Hoodie: Zara Jacket: Golf (Israeli co.) Denim: Ande Whall Shoes: ET Wright
     
  2. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Well-Known Member

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    nice jeans....

    ande whall will be the jeans to get in 2007. im seeing nudie-like growth....
     
  3. cultpop 0217

    cultpop 0217 Well-Known Member

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    sorry for all the pics i was playing around a bit...

    feedback is definately welcome

    inspired by the horrors, british invasion, serge gainsbourg, and willy wonka last night



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    vintage velvet blazer
    vintage scarf
    iggy pop and tg76 buttons
    h&m shirt
    vintage nylon belt
    gap skinny
    vintage boots

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    different vintage belt and buckle and wingtip docs
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  4. Bandwagonesque

    Bandwagonesque Well-Known Member

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    Dumb question, but how do you do the ghosting thing cult? It doesn't look like a shutter speed thing, otherwise you'd appear blurry. Do you just take two photos, one with you in it, then superimpose them in P'shop? It's a cool effect.
     
  5. kumoo

    kumoo Well-Known Member

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    where did you get the l'maltieri scarf? i love it!
    got it from yoox a long while ago.. seen it on yahoo auction once, too. shot of the scarf, sorry it's too blurry. [​IMG]
     
  6. Ott

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    Dumb question, but how do you do the ghosting thing cult? It doesn't look like a shutter speed thing, otherwise you'd appear blurry. Do you just take two photos, one with you in it, then superimpose them in P'shop? It's a cool effect.
    yeah I'm confused about that as well. The christmas lights make it look like a longer exposure, but somehow cult is still unblurred.
     
  7. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Well-Known Member

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    cheap and kumoo own the past couple pages, yo.
     
  8. kumoo

    kumoo Well-Known Member

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    Rick Owens Lamb Skin Jacket with co/poplin trim. Barneys NYC.
    Scarf-Beams Harajuku.
    Reversible Cargo's-Pasadena Rose Bowl Market.
    Chucks Hi's-Takashita Dori Harajuku.


    very nice jacket[​IMG]

    and ddml: thanks[​IMG]
     
  9. Saucemaster

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    Seriously, I was thinking about posting yesterday, then I saw kumoo's post and thought, you know what? I can't follow that up. Rye, I really like the scarf. A lot. Not that I didn't like your outfits before (I did, quite a bit), but your style is really growing on me. Though I still don't like camo. [​IMG]
     
  10. Rye GB

    Rye GB Well-Known Member

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    Seriously, I was thinking about posting yesterday, then I saw kumoo's post and thought, you know what? I can't follow that up.

    Rye, I really like the scarf. A lot. Not that I didn't like your outfits before (I did, quite a bit), but your style is really growing on me. Though I still don't like camo. [​IMG]


    When you figure out my style please tell?, no joke I'm really item driven when purchasing and figure out the matchy matchy later. I've never shopped and thought....ooohhh that would be great with my..etc etc...

    Military camo is a basic staple alongside white tee's, dark jeans and chucks, especially for the days you need a quick fix.

    Kumoo definately took the post in a different direction, the jackets not my style but the look was great!..good one!.

    Cheap!. Everytime you throw down a vintage find I think about my next trip to Pasadena Rose Bowl Flea Market, good-eye fella!.

    Sauce. Nice pickup on the PBJ's.
     
  11. Saucemaster

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    When you figure out my style please tell?, no joke I'm really item driven when purchasing and figure out the matchy matchy later. I've never shopped and thought....ooohhh that would be great with my..etc etc...

    Maybe that's part of your style itself. Mostly I dig the way your stuff fits--often a little loose and slouchy, but not sloppy or messy. You emphasize, how do I say it, verticality? a lot. Scarves hanging long, clothes that drape instead of being rigid. Everything looks long, lean, loose. But it's also very casual and easygoing, which makes it look more effortless. My biggest problem, besides not having the money to buy most of the pieces I really like, is that I overthink everything, so I appreciate it when I see the opposite.
     
  12. Rye GB

    Rye GB Well-Known Member

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    Maybe that's part of your style itself. Mostly I dig the way your stuff fits--often a little loose and slouchy, but not sloppy or messy. You emphasize, how do I say it, verticality? a lot. Scarves hanging long, clothes that drape instead of being rigid. Everything looks long, lean, loose. But it's also very casual and easygoing, which makes it look more effortless. My biggest problem, besides not having the money to buy most of the pieces I really like, is that I overthink everything, so I appreciate it when I see the opposite.

    My wife lives in fear when I overthink, The Garment Industry does alot of damage to the brain!.[​IMG]
     
  13. lowrey

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    comme jkt
    n(n)
    diors
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  14. cheapmutha

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    laaaaaaaaaaa-wrry

    loving the sweater. good look.

    rye- switch out the camo for some jeans, or at least something not camo. otherwise i like. also, were can i get clothes from your line? or samples maybe?
     
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    I'm not a serial killer, I just play one on SF.
     
  16. braidkid

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    damn Kumoo, I could never pull that off myself, but damn it looks great on you.

    Cult, I love that outfit. One of my favs i've seen you wear.
     
  17. Bandwagonesque

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    On a chilly, routine dawn patrol, "League of Canines" Elite Forces agents "P" and Bandwagonesque sight what could be an Allergenic Alliance submarine in the harbour. The alarm was sounded, the cannons were manned, er, dogged (?). Futher investigation found that the "submarine" was just a buoy - no shots were fired.
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  18. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Well-Known Member

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    On a chilly, routine dawn patrol, "League of Canines" Elite Forces agents "P" and Bandwagonesque sight what could be an Allergenic Alliance submarine in the harbour. The alarm was sounded, the cannons were manned, er, dogged (?). Futher investigation found that the "submarine" was just a buoy - no shots were fired.

    You'll never see us until it's too late. We lurk in the shadows. That you don't know this by now is only proof of its truth.
     
  19. Bandwagonesque

    Bandwagonesque Well-Known Member

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    You'll never see us until it's too late. We lurk in the shadows. That you don't know this by now is only proof of its truth.

    What we lack in stealthiness, we make up for in slobber strength.
     
  20. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Well-Known Member

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    What we lack in stealthiness, we make up for in slobber strength.

    Pssshh. All we have to do is toss a tennis ball and off you go. If I wasn't so sleepy right now I'd do it myself. I'm going to take a nap, wake me up in thirteen hours.
     
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