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(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. BubblyMasquerade

    BubblyMasquerade Senior member

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    So, this my first post here. That doesn't invalidate what I have to say.

    SoCal2NYC, you're a rich boy buying super-expensive clothing with your daddy's money (as you've admitted on SZ). Some might say that has nothing to do with anything, but I say it very much does. It means you're trying to punch well above your real weight class and there's a vibe that comes with that.

    You haven't 'earned' your clothes in any sense, financial, experiential, nothing. You go into a store, buy ultra high end names and then throw them on.

    You consistently look bad in your clothing. You emanate nothing in them, just soul deadening, end-of-time, dying empire elite showiness. You've got no wit, no depth, no texture, no inherent eye, no talent.

    You're like some bratty son of a director given the camera on the basis of your father's name, making a flat, joyless, inept shit sandwich of a film.

    So, some positive advice: stop fucking buying shit. Just fucking stop. Sell 75% of the shit in your closet and start experimenting with earth-bound shit.

    Read a goddamn book about history. Read a 19th century novel, preferably Lost Illusions by Balzac or The Red and the Black by Stendhal, both thematically very similar.

    Do these things, immediately, and don't post here or SZ or anywhere else til you've done them.


    You have way too much time on your hands to attack someone on the internet.

    Q.Q more.
     


  2. ghulkhan

    ghulkhan Senior member

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    I have a feeling Flensing Knife used to be supported by his rich parents and his life style was taken away all of the sudden.

    Anyway, I have nothing against socal being loaded. In fact, I think he is a pretty hard worker compared to many rich kids and he is doing pretty well in his line of work apparently. However, I still do not agree with most his purchases or this jacket...
     


  3. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    I just did read A Hero of Our Time.


    Probably just as well. I found The Red And The Black boring.
     


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    trentk Active Member

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    [​IMG]
    Shirt Canterbury Of New Zealand rugby shirt
    Pants Well Worn Levi's (I think 511) Cords
    Shoes Tretorn
    Watch Bulova
     


  5. jpgm

    jpgm Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    red wing 1914
    the flathead 5005xx
    tanner belt
    topman t
    whitesville vintage style sweatshirt
    stonewood+bryce bomber
    thomas meihofer ring
    study fatigue
     


  6. Bona Drag

    Bona Drag Senior member

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    What Comes Around
    AE


    This would be nice, but those visible anklets are wack. Get some liners, or go barefoot with some insoles, but don't keep doing this.
     


  7. tiecollector

    tiecollector Senior member

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    Looks promising. Would like to see the bowler in the full body.
     


  8. FiveFiveFive

    FiveFiveFive Senior member

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    thanks, i would but i'd need more space in order to do that, here's something else:

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    i wish the shoes were more beat


    I'd go with dark boots instead of the white sneaks, but I dig that cardigan. What brand?
     


  9. codename

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    This would be nice, but those visible anklets are wack. Get some liners, or go barefoot with some insoles, but don't keep doing this.

    Thanks for the tip on the liners.
     


  10. JoelF

    JoelF Senior member

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    http://i295.photobucket.com/albums/m...um/6_16_08.jpg
    Shirt Canterbury Of New Zealand rugby shirt
    Pants Well Worn Levi's (I think 511) Cords
    Shoes Tretorn
    Watch Bulova


    Looks like a scene from a horror movie, the dead body strung up against those bizarre draperies.
     


  11. trentk

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    Looks like a scene from a horror movie, the dead body strung up against those bizarre draperies.
    I jumped right as the pic was taken
     


  12. jpgm

    jpgm Senior member

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    just realised i forgot this one from friday the 13th...

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    perhaps not as subtle and moody as yours poly.
     


  13. cocostella

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    Dear Flensing Knife,

    That was tacky.

    Sincerely,
    CS
     


  14. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Where's the mini Stonehenge?
     


  15. cocostella

    cocostella Senior member

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    Behind the mini bottle of not-vodka.
     


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