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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. berlin report

    berlin report Well-Known Member

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    My only problem with GAP shirts is that they fit me like hand-me-downs from an obese older sister.
    How dare you out me like this.
     
  2. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Well-Known Member

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    How dare you out me like this.

    I'm sorry, Martha... but Mom always said you were the fat one. [​IMG]

    Seriously, good fit, though. While GAP shirts don't fit well on me, that shirt certainly fits you well.
     
  3. Fuuma

    Fuuma Well-Known Member

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    Hey Man, love the jeans
    are those from this season?
    Caleb at cloak told that they have black and plaid jeans this year ?
    those look pretty cool and if those are it, I want em


    Jeans are the stripped selvedge from last season.
     
  4. poly800rock

    poly800rock Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]
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    Cheap Monday
    APC NC
    Gram 426


    dude, stop stretching your photos.
     
  5. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Well-Known Member

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    dude, stop stretching your photos.

    Someone finally said it... +1.
     
  6. Gilead

    Gilead Well-Known Member

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    I already explained on sufu, when I rotate a vert photo it squashes it, so I have to stretch to get it back to normal. here's an unrotated and unmodified (all I did was resize down to 25%) photo for reference. [​IMG]
     
  7. Superb0bo

    Superb0bo Well-Known Member

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    thanks for the comments guys. The pics are from a cruise with a "historical" (built 1895 or so) ferry to a castle... with my girfriend and her parents.
     
  8. PG2G

    PG2G Well-Known Member

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    I already explained on sufu, when I rotate a vert photo it squashes it

    What are you using?
     
  9. Gilead

    Gilead Well-Known Member

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    Microsoft office picture manager, it's a piece of crap but until I get a job I can't afford to get a new camera (the battery on this one's dead and you can't delete pics unless it's hooked up to a computer) or new software.
     
  10. whacked

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    Microsoft office picture manager, it's a piece of crap but until I get a job I can't afford to get a new camera (the battery on this one's dead and you can't delete pics unless it's hooked up to a computer) or new software.

    Dude get Paint.Net. It's from Microsoft, free, and awesome. (not something you see everyday, huh? [​IMG] )
     
  11. Gilead

    Gilead Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I'll give it a try.
     
  12. PG2G

    PG2G Well-Known Member

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    I use gimp, the open source equivalent of photoshop, or as close as you can get.
     
  13. GoSurface

    GoSurface Well-Known Member

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    Or you could just download photoshop, and then use a code generator to turn your 'free' trial into something a little more permanent.
     
  14. COKE CAN

    COKE CAN Well-Known Member

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    Or you could just download photoshop, and then use a code generator to turn your 'free' trial into something a little more permanent.

    That's what I do
     
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    [​IMG]

    dries van noten
    raf simons
    raf simons
    chucks
     
  17. stylish

    stylish Well-Known Member

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    not much of a fit, but I like the pics [​IMG] bonus:[​IMG]
    I take it that's your dad in the second pic? It's funny, my grandad also seems to play that instrument. What's it called again? He also plays the harmonica (though that is not completely relevant). A bit random, I know, but thats what I'm like...[​IMG]
     
  18. lsquare

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    I take it that's your dad in the second pic? It's funny, my grandad also seems to play that instrument. What's it called again? He also plays the harmonica (though that is not completely relevant).

    A bit random, I know, but thats what I'm like...[​IMG]


    That other guy has more hair than him. I don't think that is his dad.
     
  19. Halifamous

    Halifamous Well-Known Member

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    +1 [​IMG]

    Halifamous, nice, what shorts (and watch [​IMG])?

    Club Monaco seersucker.


    Watch is Paul Smith, not a great piece as an actual watch (I think Citizen does the hardware) but the wristband design is very nice and the face is baby blue. Got it in Japan and I doubt it's available anywhere else. All the Western PS stores sell different watches.
     
  20. Bandwagonesque

    Bandwagonesque Well-Known Member

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    That other guy has more hair than him. I don't think that is his dad.

    Hair loss is from the mother's side. Also, Bobo shaves his head. If you look at the stubble pattern, he only has a minor front recession. The other guy's top part of his head is cut off completely. For all we know, he could have nothing on top, just on the sides.

    I see a resemblance between the Bobo and the accordian dude. I'd put money on it that's his dad (or maybe even his grandpa - Swedes age well!).
     
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