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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. Get Smart

    Get Smart Senior member

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    thanks guys. First time I tried on A77, it was raw Joeys which were SKINTIGHT, like leggings. I was really stoked when I found this cut as it's slim without being overly skinny and I love the greyish blue color.
     
  2. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    Thom Browne grey cotton l/s polo
    Brooks Brothers Black Fleece brushed twill cotton trousers
    Church's black Ouston wingtips
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  3. Get Smart

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    Great fit Justin! The BF trews look good, and I think you got them hemmed to the *perfect* length. thumbs up to the new Church longwings too. You could def cross into Kool Kounty with that gear.
     
  4. SoCal2NYC

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    Great fit Justin! The BF trews look good, and I think you got them hemmed to the *perfect* length. thumbs up to the new Church longwings too. You could def cross into Kool Kounty with that gear.

    Wait until you see Monday. I wanted to save the sweater for work. [​IMG]

    I REALLY like the pants (assuming I like wearing them once I leave the house) and am certainly going back for the tweed pair.
     
  5. chronoaug

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    thanks guys. First time I tried on A77, it was raw Joeys which were SKINTIGHT, like leggings. I was really stoked when I found this cut as it's slim without being overly skinny and I love the greyish blue color.

    Yea, i've been coveting a pair of jeans with a similar matte color. I've never seen them online before, and apparently they lost a few stockists this year. The non-joey pants are impossible to find. You're the only person i've ever seen with sinners and digital denim is the only person i've ever seen with costellos (his are slacks though). According to some sufu sources, they're being carried in a Urban Outfitters in new york though. Apparently, it's just for some other stockist to unload his stock that wasn't moving or something, not planned out deal to distribute them.
     
  6. Get Smart

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    The A77 joeys (which I assume is their bread/butter cut) look terrible on like 99% of guys. maybe higher. I can see why it would be hard for stores to move them. The sinners I have are a more democratic cut that work for normal-sized slim guys that arent skeletal.
     
  7. BubblyMasquerade

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    Thom Browne grey cotton l/s polo
    Brooks Brothers Black Fleece brushed twill cotton trousers
    Church's black Ouston wingtips
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    Must be a bitch to walk on that floor when you wake up in the morning.. Cold as fukkkk.
     
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    Thom Browne grey cotton l/s polo Brooks Brothers Black Fleece brushed twill cotton trousers Church's black Ouston wingtips [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    yeah those pants look great. did you have any other alternations done besides the hem?
     
  9. SoCal2NYC

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    yeah those pants look great. did you have any other alternations done besides the hem?

    They did a lot actually and I was nervous; but, they promised that if they didn't come out the way I wanted them I would get a full refund.

    A 2 was too tight for me to sit down in (waist mainly) and a 3 was then a bit too loose in the waist; but, then it was too big and wide in the legs/hips. So they took in the waist a bit, slimmed down the legs and then re-did the ass, plus the hems...all FREE of charge.

    The floors aren't cold in the mornings...the marble at my parents house is much colder by comparison.
     
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    Edit: V-neck gray tee - H&M Charcoal/Black lambswool cardigan - Gap Brown cotton canvas pants - H&M Tan desert boots - John Varvatos Watch - Panerai
     
  11. evilgeniusdan

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    ^ Very nice. What are you wearing?
     
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    ^ Very nice. What are you wearing?

    Nothing fancy, just some simple basics, so I originally just omitted brands. It is:


    V-neck gray tee - H&M
    Charcoal/Black lambswool cardigan - Gap
    Brown cotton canvas pants - H&M (these are only $20, I might have to pick up a few more colors)
    Tan desert boots - John Varvatos
    Watch - Panerai
     
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    ^ Boots look good, I like how the sole/heel doesn't seem as clunky as Clarks.
     
  15. Superb0bo

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    in tha house

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    in tha club

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    OK, here's my first go at a WAYWT, so feel free to tear me to shreds. As it turns out, there's something wonky about the color on my camera- check out the preternaturally chartreuse shit by my shoe and the "Remain in Light" effect on my face- but the color of the clothes themselves turned out alright. [​IMG] Z Brand hoodie (It's charcoal grey, BTW, not black) Freshjive T (if only it were a little smaller...) Lee 101z (needs to be hemmed, I know) Dunks, Santana edition
     
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    i like those 101z's. If you went with different shoes they might not look so in need of hemming, thats just my opinion though.

    robbie
     
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    i like those 101z's. If you went with different shoes they might not look so in need of hemming, thats just my opinion though.

    Â I agree, but right now I really only have three pairs of shoes. I think they need to be hemmed anyway because I don't like the way the faux-selvedge looks.
     
  19. kitonbrioni

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    Oxxford suit
    T & A tie
    Brioni shirt
    MD belt
    Brioni socks
    JL balmorals
    sterling silver & enamel cufflinks
     
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    GS, Sauce, SoCal, and Bobo, all excellent.
     
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