(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. Superb0bo

    Superb0bo Senior member

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    why would I feel strangled? lol

    Because your shirt is two sizes too small (could you even lift your arms) and youre wearing tighty pants up the ass...
     


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    I have a pretty short torso. I don't think I could sag them any lower, the waistband is below my hips.
    Because your shirt is two sizes too small (could you even lift your arms) and youre wearing tighty pants up the ass...
    shirt isn't small at all. shoulders and sleeves are the perfect length, and it's a good slim fit. pants are sagged past my hips.
     


  3. Fade to Black

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    superbobo his shirt doesn't look too small...it's a bit on the small side but thats like the ideal CCP button up fit right there. its the jeans that are riding way up his crotch.
     


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    might be due to the low rise, even when sagged looks like they're kinda high up. noted, I'll try go for something a little lower with a collared shirt next time. thanks for the input
     


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    yeah especially if its low rise jeans it'll be noticeable. maybe that rise is not flattering for your figure and the rest of the outfit doesn't do much to complement it. i dunno i am not really good with the technical aspects of an outfit, but that would be my guess.
     


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    The amusing thing is, that every retort that I say is in jest. I never start a fight/flame war/bash/shit talking on this Forum. If you can't read into my playing along with fools who are trying to bait me into looking like an idiot, then you will probably develop that insight after you've been on internet fashion websites for 6 years too.


    Good point dude. I feel like you take a lot of shit from everyone and I would include myself in that group at times. I wouldn't wear a lot of the stuff you do, but I respect you're trying to push the envelope (I think). If nothing else you have a very cool apartment.
     


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    Jil Sander windbreaker, heavy knit tee, navy mocs. Michael Bastian aviator pants.

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  9. Get Smart

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    shell, has anyone told you you really need a haircut...

    really? I dont see any poking out from under the shorts?
     


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    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    the sleeves and shoulders look very odd.

    the sleeves looks bad

    the sleeves bug me too. way too wide, no amount of "breaking them in" will change that.
     


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    Augusto, I happen to think the bearded look was the way to go..
     


  12. Fade to Black

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    I don't get all the talk about the dibadiba's outfit. The shirt doesn't look too small, I've seen smaller on these boards, and the jeans I actually think look really good.
     


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    I really like the fit of that shirt through the body but the sleeves and shoulders look very odd. It could change once broken in / while moving, I suppose.

    Just have the sleeves tailored. Simple solution.

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    The outfit looks fine. Saying outfits are "too tight" around here is pot-calling-kettle-blackism. Does look like those jeans are riding your package though...
     


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    I don't get all the talk about the dibadiba's outfit. The shirt doesn't look too small, I've seen smaller on these boards, and the jeans I actually think look really good.

    I see what people are saying about the jeans looking like they're riding high, but I agree with you. The shirt is a great fit, not Eason-like at all. SuperBobo, who originally commented, wears his stuff a lot baggier, so that's probably part of it.
     


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