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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. jpgm

    jpgm Well-Known Member

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    awesome hoodie brian.
     
  2. jpgm

    jpgm Well-Known Member

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    a couple of recent ones...

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    left: APC NS, lacoste knit, vans authentic
    middle: APC NS, folk knit, adidas tobacco
    right: folk knit detail
     
  3. cultpop 0217

    cultpop 0217 Well-Known Member

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    brian- excellent hoodie. who makes it?

    jpgm-love that folk knit. the buttons are way cool.

    tangerine-nice sams!
     
  4. Get Smart

    Get Smart Well-Known Member

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    some really cool pics...!!

    Sean, tucking in the SSKs into the boots looks good in that pic. That's not something I see too often where it works, but it does in your photo.
     
  5. ninjapie

    ninjapie Well-Known Member

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    Hey Cultpop,

    I noticed you're upper legs seem to be quite big compared to your lower legs (I hope I'm not insulting you by saying this) but yet your denim always has a great fit. How do you go about this?
    Usually I've got a pretty hard time finding the right fit. 29/30ish is usually the right waistsize but with slim jeans my upper legs just won't co-operate, probably due to many years of rockclimbing and basketball. Any tips?
     
  6. Get Smart

    Get Smart Well-Known Member

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    the usual shit

    ben sherman polo
    April 77
    Paul Smith belt
    Paul Smith laceups

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  7. Bungee Man

    Bungee Man Well-Known Member

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    Get Smart, nice look once again! Did you see any of the April 77 grey Joey Colordrives at AR?
     
  8. Get Smart

    Get Smart Well-Known Member

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    yea I saw some grey ones, I'm assuming those are the colordrives (didnt look at the tag which has the name). They also had an overdyed black style too, in addition to dry indigo and my greycast blue
     
  9. knucks

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    Hey Cultpop,

    I noticed you're upper legs seem to be quite big compared to your lower legs (I hope I'm not insulting you by saying this) but yet your denim always has a great fit. How do you go about this?
    Usually I've got a pretty hard time finding the right fit. 29/30ish is usually the right waistsize but with slim jeans my upper legs just won't co-operate, probably due to many years of rockclimbing and basketball. Any tips?

    Size up on the waist.
     
  10. MrSmith2U

    MrSmith2U Well-Known Member

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    Dear God, man! Have you any idea what the time is here in the shadow of the Alps!
    Pair of leather Evan Aristocrat slippers
    Derek Rose Woburn 8 Navy Silk Gown and Pyjamas
    A slight whiff of Chivas Regal 18
    And little else.
     
  11. Baron

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    No camera with me today but...

    JCrew blue and white striped oxford
    Samurai S0505XX
    Polo/C&J cordovan buckle boots
     
  12. digital_denim

    digital_denim Well-Known Member

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    yea I saw some grey ones, I'm assuming those are the colordrives (didnt look at the tag which has the name). They also had an overdyed black style too, in addition to dry indigo and my greycast blue

    Any Sinners in a grey or black? How about Costellos in black?
     
  13. Get Smart

    Get Smart Well-Known Member

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    Any Sinners in a grey or black? How about Costellos in black?

    I'm sure the black ones I saw werent Costellos as they were a denim jean, not trousers. I didnt really look at the greys to see what model they were since I wasnt into them, but my *guess* is they'd be the colordrives.
     
  14. Bungee Man

    Bungee Man Well-Known Member

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    I just called the AR on La Brea, and I asked if they had the Colordrives. The person was like..................I don't think we have those. Not sure if he knew what I was even talking about. To bad I live so far away, or I'd go there in person.
     
  15. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Well-Known Member

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    Red BR shirt
    Giorgio Armani Black Label Leather Blazer
    5EP Bootcuts
    Gucci Loafers

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  16. Arethusa

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    Have you considered taking that to a leatherworker/cobbler/tailor and getting the sleeves shortened a bit?
     
  17. BubblyMasquerade

    BubblyMasquerade Well-Known Member

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    Man that leather blazer is so ugly, it would be a waste of time taking it to a cobbler.. Sorry drizzt, but I really really hate it.
     
  18. drizzt3117

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    Have you considered taking that to a leatherworker/cobbler/tailor and getting the sleeves shortened a bit?

    I think the sleeve length is just about perfect, it's just slightly longer than it would be on a suit. Personally I really like the blazer as it is, thanks for your opinions though [​IMG]
     
  19. Baron

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    I agree - that sleeve length good. Any shorter would look kinda funny actually.
     
  20. cultpop 0217

    cultpop 0217 Well-Known Member

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    getting in the halloween spirit a bit

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    skull & crossbones sweater
    cultpop jack necklace
    vintage t shirt
    cheap skinny
    vision street wear duane peters

    biting haptronics steez
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    gave blood today.
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    woke up to this. it was all gone by noon.
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