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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. somecallmebj

    somecallmebj Senior member

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    Did you rub the statue?
    Yep. You can see where all the rubbing left the surface shiny.
     


  2. Classified_

    Classified_ Senior member

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    that is a pretty cool shirt, where is it from?

    Unfortunately, I don't think you can get it anywhere to be honest, it's from 2006's Winter collection, which is long gone now... but they have loads of other great shirts in their website...
     


  3. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Out to the comedy club: [​IMG]
     


  4. GoSurface

    GoSurface Senior member

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    I'm surprised you're not wearing a western shirt. [​IMG]

    That's probably my favorite Whodini fit, especially dig the sweater.
     


  5. robin

    robin Senior member

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    The sweater looks like it's from a Star Trek wardrobe.
     


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    ^ agreed. Not appropriate for either comedy club or summer, but really good nonetheless.


    Detail on the monkstraps?
     


  7. Smells Like Poor

    Smells Like Poor Senior member

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    How on earth are you wearing a sweater in July? [​IMG]
     


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    GoSurface Senior member

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    What the heck is appropriate comedy club attire? I think that a star trek sweater would give the comedian some pretty good material.

    *Edit*

    I wore a cardigan over a button up yesterday.
     


  9. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    That's ok, I'm pretty sure no one gives a damn.


    I'm sorry; but, who are you?
     


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    channeling my inner zac efron

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    persol, aa, samurai s0500xx, ps ricard
     


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    Classic look, but this is definately an opinion, but don't you think you should consider hemming? The stacking looks boderline redonkulous.
     


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    somecallmebj Senior member

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    ^^ No toothpick?

    The white v-neck/jeans outfit might as well be my only look. It's just comfortable and easy. Now if only I'd break down already and get some nicer shoes to go with it.

    And I agree about the stacking, makes the bottom of your foot look like a Slinky.
     


  13. GuidoWongolini

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    Temp - 9c - 17c & sunny
    Days Agenda - Sunday, great day to celebrate Australia's win of the French!

    Vest - 4B 'quilted puffer' style. Plaid, carbon background with grey, white, orange & black plaid. (CARHARTT)
    Sweater - Grey marle high V-neck with black leather elbow patches. Wool (Martin Margella)
    T - White. SS. Cotton (Muji)
    Jean - Raw denim (APC "New Standard")
    Socks - Varying greys, blues, yellow & purple multi stripe (Paul Smith)
    F/wear - loafer - Blue long vamp penny loafer style. High gloss leather (Prada)
    Bag - Chocolate. Portrait European traveller shoulder/courier style. "intrecciato" leather (Bottega Veneta)
    Watch - SS Bell & Ross Automatic Ref BR 03-92 on "oiled ecru" vintage THICK (read 6mm) leather strap
    Accessory - Chocolate flat-wallet (super thin) "intrecciato" leather (Bottega Veneta)
    Accessory - Chocolate magnetic money clip "intrecciato" leather (Bottega Veneta)
    Accessory - Green leather "intrecciato" key-lanyard (Bottega Veneta)
    Frames - Matt pallidium with matt black temples. Titanium. ("P8109" by Porsche Design)
    Sun-glasses - Resin retro 60's shape. Tortoise shell (Persol #2803-S)
    Odeur - Man2 (COMME des GARCONS) followed by Original Musk "Blend #1" (Kiehls)

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    Phat Guido, I love your posts. I don't know if I could be sure of anything in life anymore if you stopped smiling. I like the vest even though you don't show much of it. Interesting pattern. I envy your watches! I especially dig the headline shot [​IMG]
     


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    postnobills... great to have you homey your blowin up the spot... in reference to the jeans
    (again)... how tall are you if you dont mind me askin... im 5'6 usually wear a 32 length after its all said and done in raw denim and get pretty good stacks.. so as far as you sizing up in length what size do you run in relation to your height...? and also the color of those jeans looks like a real light blue.. ive checked on some sites sellin 510's and i can t find that color is it a special deal or are those just regular and faded out?



    and whodinis friend just looks like an ex fraternity guy from texas who never let it go... ive known a million of these guys... but i seriously doubt he cares and he looks like he could forever lead a life of contentment as long as hes no more than 10 feet from a keg at all times...


    Thanks, man. I'm about 5'7", and if I were to get my right size, I'd probably get a 30 length, but the 32 length in 510s helps to offset some of the suuuper skinnyness. Hope that helps. Sorry if it doesn't.

    The color of the jeans is actually a really light grey...I think the color was called "sidewalk." I don't know if they still have them...I know that Urban Outfitters had them for a while, and they were on the Levis website for a little bit, but my aunt works for Levi's and I got them ordered direct for half off. Sorry, man, wish I could help more. You might try googling "Levis 510 Sidewalk," haha. It could possibly yield some results.
     


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