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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. Nouveau Pauvre

    Nouveau Pauvre Senior member

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    Thanks chrono... the detroit cut fits you better then me I guess... is it skinnier than the "berlin" cut? Tried on last seasons detroit (waxed sort of black) in a 32/34 today and even with the 32 with which the waist was a bit too tight, the calf and leg opening were too skinny. 50% off also... gah


    where2kop?
     
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    A store called Zekka in perth... google them for the email not sure if they will ship out or anything though. Don't have an online store either... fair amount of shits 50% off by RO/Raf/Undercover/CDG-shirt at the moment.
     
  3. Nouveau Pauvre

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    ^ It seems that the economy is raping the "recession-proof (high-end niche)" stores too. Even Atelier is doing 40 per cent off.
     
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    Store is doing alright I think obviously its not very busy though due to location and its a small store anyway... has a great and always busy coffee place attatched as part of it which probably helps to.
     
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    Thanks chrono... the detroit cut fits you better then me I guess... is it skinnier than the "berlin" cut? Tried on last seasons detroit (waxed sort of black) in a 32/34 today and even with the 32 with which the waist was a bit too tight, the calf and leg opening were too skinny. 50% off also... gah


    Detroits are much skinnier than berlin. I had a pair of berlins for a bit but the cut just didn't suit me. Drkshdw jeans i see fit differently based on the season and wash. These are a size 30 and fit me pretty well albeit tight. I've also seen measurements on 31s that looks like 29s so i'd say it's a must try thing or at least have measurements.
     
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    LPSS overcoat
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    Burberry cologne
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    ^ It seems that the economy is raping the "recession-proof (high-end niche)" stores too. Even Atelier is doing 40 per cent off.

    Atelier always does 40 off, they just never put any good shit on sale just garbage japanese labels (and I don't mean yy).
     
  8. Nouveau Pauvre

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    Atelier always does 40 off, they just never put any good shit on sale just garbage japanese labels (and I don't mean yy).
    haha. Do you mean like Julius? Because i would do horrible, ungodly things for a Julius leather. Also not really my steez, but Miharayasuhiro is pretty cool, also KK Attachment. And the more streetwear brands like N (n) and Undercover. lol. Namedropping FTW!
     
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    I hate all that shit but the most unpopular stuff they put on sale yet.

    carol christian poellsmoker, carpe (rip), luc, and ma+ don't go on sale along with select pieces from other lines
     
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    man, kitonbrionis winter outfits are ridiculous.
     
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    You don't like it, the kitonbriony?
     
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    [​IMG] don't really know how i feel about this. i love the jeans but i don' know about the double cuff. anyway EG Bedford Walmart Flannel Wearhouse Crockett & Jones EDIT: [​IMG] I beanied up, tucked in, and pocket squared
     
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    don't really know how i feel about this. i love the jeans but i don' know about the double cuff. anyway

    EG Bedford
    Walmart Flannel
    Wearhouse
    Crockett & Jones


    Fuck the sartorialist: this is workwear done right. I think it's great, authentic without looking forced.
     
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    Fuck the sartorialist: this is workwear done right. I think it's great, authentic without looking forced.
    except the feet. The C&J shoes seem too delicate with the rest of the gear, in my slanty eyes anyways the double cuff is screaming for some chunky boots to go under it
     
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    Yeah the shoes, despite being very nice looking shoes from what I can tell, need to be replaced with something more appropriate. Red Wings are the obvious choice unless you want to go full out on duck boots or something. The rest looks great though.

    Also, oh my god you wore wal-mart with engineered garments and you looked good doing it... truly this is the end of days...

    (really good joke opportunity right here for people who don't like EG)
     
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    Yeah, imagine how authentic and good it could look without the EG. [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah, imagine how authentic and good it could look without the EG. [​IMG]

    You're doing really well here on styleforum, what with dressing better and acheiving that ivy-style look you're going for. I'm big on east coast prep too! But let's get you an account on some kind of jokeforum, and get you some help with that, ok? Haha sorry [​IMG]
     
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