(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. timpoblete

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    This is awesome! The color of the shirt just pops out and is framed quite nicely by the way the hoodie's zipped.
     
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    - in the end, it is up to how the individual conducts them selves & whether they have the gravitas
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    gravitas...i love that word. it's all about the gravitas.
     
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    Shhh.... People will start to figure out how i came up with this screen name in 5th grade
    Oh my god.
     
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    yeah jpgm thats good shit man reminds me of Yohji's F/w 08/09 with the colored patterns peeking through a sea of black.
     
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    gravitas...i love that word. it's all about the gravitas.

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    gravitas is Kieffer Sutherland's fave word, nigger is his least
     
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    I prefer fits that have a certain gravlax.
     
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    gravitas is Kieffer Sutherland's fave word, nigger is his least
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    So we had 4 straight days of 100 degrees / 100% humidity... brutal
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    artist's print tshirt
    h&m shorts
    vans prison issue

    then this is from the climax of the heat wave - the worst torrential hail storms I have ever seen in my life.
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    BR long sleeve
    5ep x SF
    chucks

    I'm not joking about these storms - the hail I was able to photograph here was on the smaller side. It went on for about 10 minutes and piled up against the side of my house.
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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Baltimore: It Ain't for Sissies.
     
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    Augusto86 Sean Penn's Mexican love child

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    - FWIW I have worked in the finance industry as a senior relationship banker for the top 10 Tier 1 MNC, we were all very well dressed, PS, brown shoe & all!
    - I currently hold the same position, but for a global professional services firm (very conservative), & I still wear PS & brown shoes..
    - have a look at my WAYT posts in the grown up section
    - in the end, it is up to how the individual conducts them selves & whether they have the gravitas




    - I love how you don't hold back!


    +1. And the worst part is, after they ding you, you will never be forgotten. As in, "hey rememember that guy who came in with the pocket square, yoik, yoik."

    People still have to remember that the older generation remain in positions of authority to hire. It strokes their ego to hire people that remind them of themselves. People on this board should know: Fashion is something appreciated and subscribed to by very few people of this generation, let alone the older one.


    Some food for thought here. EGW doesn't seem to agree with you guys, but
    maybe it's a senior vs. entry-level divide. One thing that confuses me is why the OLDER people wouldn't want you to dress traditionally - unless you mean the jeans-wearing boomer generation. Which would make sense. Unfortunately, there's no way of knowing what the tone of an office is before you enter it. I guess I could ask when they call about interviews....

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    Zara man washed cotton salmon shirt
    5EP LDB jeans
    Onitsuka Tai Chi in Brown/Brown
     
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    Sweltering to death on the Common shortly after an interview
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    Aquascutum blue pinstripe
    Jantzen herringbone FC
    Gianfranco Ferre forest green paisley tie
    Square f/Drinkwater's
    Loake chelseas
    Korchmar bag


    I don't think you should listen to the "haters" with respect to how you are dressed. I think you look pretty sharp and professional.

    However, I do strongly suggest a haircut and maybe consider shaving the facial hair for a while. You don't need to have a run of the mill corporate haircut, but if you may want to clean it up a little bit, maybe put some product in it. Otherwise I think you look good and I'd definitely hire you based on the clothing.
     
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    Some food for thought here. EGW doesn't seem to agree with you guys, but
    maybe it's a senior vs. entry-level divide. One thing that confuses me is why the OLDER people wouldn't want you to dress traditionally - unless you mean the jeans-wearing boomer generation. Which would make sense. Unfortunately, there's no way of knowing what the tone of an office is before you enter it. I guess I could ask when they call about interviews....


    I agree with EGW pretty much. However, interviews can be a touchy situation. A lot of times you have no idea what your boss is going to be like or who is interviewing you. One guy I work for is just not a clothes guy. He's very well dressed an I know he respects that I always, always, always wear at least a tie and blazer; however, I think he rolls his eyes sometimes when I have the stuff like a bright pocket square or flashy cufflinks.
     
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    for pissing about at home

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