(Old) What Are You Wearing Now/Today? Part II - pictures only - no discussion

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kitonbrioni, Jul 23, 2007.

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  1. dsholmes1

    dsholmes1 Senior member

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    O's fitted...New EraxShop Gentei
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    Sexy ankle porn.

    Today I'm helping to plant a garden.

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    I don't know, do you think I'm from Michigan..?
     
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    kunk i like that shirt. you got some guns
     
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    thanks. it's a bitch to find shirts. i have everything tapered severely.
     
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    I think people like Lance Konami need a whole "no homo" font with knives sticking out and bombs to dot the I's and guns that shoot people when they click a fag link.
    It's funny how the styleforum group think has assumed that because I point out some feminine aspects of the accepted styles frequented here such as men wearing skin tight jeans, or rolled up pants capri style, sockless with dress shoes, etc., that I automatically only support wearing the most masculine attire complete with a wife beater and gold chains. This is called "styleforum logic." My message is simple. Let's keep the sexes apart. Dress like a man, not like a woman (unless you're gay or in a band.) And if you stay away from the styles that women have been using for a long time (such as skin tight jeans, capri pants, sockless, etc), you'll automatically look more masculine by default. I mean, what's the next trend for styleforum, tying your shirt into a knot? http://www.livevideo.com/video/1C6B4...hot-blond.aspx Come on guys, it's the next big thing! It's so "stylish!"
     
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    My next post is going to be as womanly as I can possibly get. Possibly including a skirt, if I can find one. Hold me to it. (Hi FTB!)
     
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    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    My next post is going to be as womanly as I can possibly get. Possibly including a skirt, if I can find one. Hold me to it. (Hi FTB!)

    Someone just post the picture of Sauce wearing the dress for Lance.
     
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    My next post is going to be as womanly as I can possibly get. Possibly including a skirt, if I can find one. Hold me to it. (Hi FTB!)

    Looking at your last pic, you've already got the posture down, this shouldn't be too difficult for you.
     
  10. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Looking at your last pic, you've already got the posture down, this shouldn't be too difficult for you.
    Your gay uncles aside, why do you care so much about an internet stranger's presumably gay lifestyle choice?
     
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    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    There's really nothing feminine about a slight pant roll, sockless or slim pants. Men have been doing those 3 things forever. Even supersafe fashion sources like the Sartorialist has been showing a very similar look for years. The pant roll with sockless dress shoes seems a bit more of an italian thing than american to me as i've seen it in italian movies and street shots. You really don't know much about anything but plain polos/button downs with dark jeans do you? It's ok though, just continue to display for the forum how clueless you are about clothes, fashion, sexual orientation, common sense, etc... (i'm sure you'll find more if you can hold off on gay remarks for 5 seconds) If anything, styleforum group think is believing that wearing raw jeans and then some decent fitting clothes around it make somehow fashionable. Happens on sufu too. Kids(adults too i guess) get a big head around their peers when they're just wearing darker jeans. kunk- Looks good. The proportions really work well on you and the german army sneakers look really nice there. Margiela? Look much nicer than my
     
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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    There just seems to be a lot of heat behind your "dress like a man, goddamnit" comments and I'm curious as to where they're coming from. I could understand it a bit better if this were AAAC or maybe MC but in SW&D there's usually a bit more slack and play involved with apparel. It's not like you're new here and don't get it.

    I also don't understand the talk about "styleforum logic" when you're pushing an agenda that would probably be more accepted by the majority in the real world.
     
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    There's really nothing feminine about a slight pant roll, sockless or slim pants. Men have been doing those 3 things forever. Even supersafe fashion sources like the Sartorialist has been showing a very similar look for years. The pant roll with sockless dress shoes seems a bit more of an italian thing than american to me as i've seen it in italian movies and street shots. You really don't know much about anything but plain polos/button downs with dark jeans do you? It's ok though, just continue to display for the forum how clueless you are about clothes, fashion, sexual orientation, common sense, etc... (i'm sure you'll find more if you can hold off on gay remarks for 5 seconds)


    Uhhmmm... WHAT?
     
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    I finally found shorts I like.

    As you can tell it's the first time this year I've worn shorts [​IMG]

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