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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. apocalypse later

    apocalypse later Senior member

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    Dunno how my shirt got so wrinkled, I don't think it was this bad when I first put it on this morning. Regardless, I refuse to iron t-shirts. They look a little better rumpled :p [​IMG]
     
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    I didn't realize the shadows were so stark... even my cheekbones are throwing shadows there, damn.
     
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    [​IMG] Of the Cloth LGC PBJ Black Florsheim Imperial Kenmoor
     
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    ^^Nice jeans. Nice belt.
     
  5. denimdestroyedmylife

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    [​IMG] michael j krell sleeveless hoodie generra hoodie samurai jeans vans rescue cat
     
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    iTunes Playing: Dark II by Hauschka from the record Substantial [​IMG] Cold enough for: McQueen x AA x Dior x Vans
    Someone needs to start a Beard Memorial Thread.
     
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    Sauce did you have to have that jacket tailored? The fit is excellent.
     
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    Asch Senior member

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    Kallun, that's my favorite fit you've posted so far. The subdued colors work really well together, and nothing is the least bit showy.
     
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    Rye you look sexier with a beard.
     
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    Rye you look sexier with a beard.
    My wife didn't care either way. I think the hairs going next, back to a #4 allover (Sauce Style). But then again the fuzz may be back in a week, and the hair gone. I can never make up my mind!.
     
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    My wife didn't care either way. I think the hairs going next, back to a #4 allover (Sauce Style). But then again the fuzz may be back in a week, and the hair gone. I can never make up my mind!.

    I'm the same way, Rye. Finally whacked the hair a few weeks ago, and ditched the goatee as well (I kept it pretty short by trimming once a week and keeping the rest of the beard to a stubble; now I am all stubble). You look way different without the beard but it'd be cool to see what you come up with regarding short hair.
     
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    its cool to see red high tops on someone besides the guy from mythbusters.

    i like the look, that blazer is pretty bitchin'.
     
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    Sauce did you have to have that jacket tailored? The fit is excellent.
    Thanks! It's from Zara, straight off the rack. I still haven't really figured out how to make it work into my wardrobe (that color is something I often wear in base layers, but I'm having a hard time figuring out how to make it work as an outer layer), but I liked the fit a lot, so I had to pick it up. Sportcoats rarely fit me well OTR, though, so generally if you see me wearing one, you can pretty much assume it's been tailored at least a little bit.
    My wife didn't care either way. I think the hairs going next, back to a #4 allover (Sauce Style). But then again the fuzz may be back in a week, and the hair gone. I can never make up my mind!.
    First diddy, now maybe Rye... it's becoming an epidemic.
     
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    Damn those browns look phenomenal with the streaky denim, Whodini. The top and bottom halves are really well proportioned, too (some of your jeans make you look bottom-heavy when combined with short-sleeve shirts, for example). Nicely done.
     
  17. kitonbrioni

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    Zegna shirt
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  18. lance konami

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    Whodini - Yeah, I agree. Those streaky jeans go perfectly with brown tones. Very nice jacket, and all around solid fit, except for one thing....those damn tims have got to go. At least with slim straight leg denim. The reason why, is they are ginormous, therefore throwing things out of proportion. They are decent boots, but I'm just saying they are usually worn best with baggy ass denim that sags all over the place, urban gangsta style. When paired with slimmer denim, it draws too much attention to them.
     
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    Julius coat
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