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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. A Harris

    A Harris Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    EmptyM, I think the cardigan looks good withthe darker scarf. I'm not sure about those shoes though.
     
  2. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    You can get them from Jil
     
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    PG2G Senior member

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    You can get them from Jil

    Yeah, but the Jils are all chunky looking, those Rafs are nice and sleek.
     
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    PG2G Senior member

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    They are similar, but something isn't clicking for me. Maybe its just the pictures
     
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    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    Go to a Jil store for shoes. There is more to the brand than what you see at Barneys. [​IMG]
     
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    PG2G Senior member

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    Go to a Jil store for shoes. There is more to the brand than what you see at Barneys. [​IMG]

    Agreed, Barneys gets so little. I have a friend moving out there soon, I'll be able to hit up the store when I go visit her.
     
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    Raf's in the pic are pretty dissimilar, the thick Jil sole gives them a different feel.

    But actually now that I've seen a non-Jet BN pic from up top of the shoes they look less appealing to me. Toe shape's not hitting it for me, and they seem more like a shoe Raf would make... I find this funny since I was oogling over those hard back at the beginning of the year.
     
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    What happened to the pic?

    Not sure, I might've moved it or edited it, it's been fixed, here it is.

    [​IMG]
     
  11. mihalis

    mihalis Member

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    shitty pic

    [​IMG]

    band of outsiders
    aa
    dior
     
  12. GuidoWongolini

    GuidoWongolini Senior member

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    i think this is my first waywt here
    - this is so 2008 American Psycho - in a VERY GOOD WAY..

    Back to Topic

    Temp - 19c, nice
    Days Agenda - Wednesday Madness (DAY BEFORE XMAS), last minute shopping (Jo Malone, Jo Malone, Prada & Orson & Blake)..

    So I started with a "spring" in my step, & the Guido SMILE..
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    New NATO strap, ready for the urban Xmas retail battle fields today..
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    Thrifted Trickers from a few months ago - first outing
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    That's it for this year..
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    Shirt Ascot Chang
    Pants Khaki in vintage cotton - Uniqlo
    Socks Pantharella
    Boots\tTrickers - "Stow" - dark brown - calf
    Watch Pilot's Watch Chrono-Automatic Edition Top Gun on NATO strap
    Frames "Outdoors Man" - Rayban
    Odeur\tSanta Maria Novella
     
  13. emptym

    emptym Senior member Moderator

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    Good to see you home and happy, EGW.
    ..I like this...
    Thanks.
    Cardigan looks great and any which way with the scarf is also fine. Your jeans are not stacking right. They look too long. I would either cuff them or have them hemmed.

    edit: They are cuffed. They're too long.

    Thanks BR. They're brand new and I was wondering if I should hem/wash/cuff them. Teger and Baron advised me to wash a couple times then hem, if I don't want to cuff.
    He could just roll'em again.
    Thanks L. Although, growing up in the mid to late 80's, we would fold and roll our pants. And I'm not sure I can handle that again.

    The problem isn't the length. They're too wide to stack on a small shoe like a bit loafer. Either hem them or stop wearing those shoes...
    A, I think you're right about the width. The shoes aren't bit loafters, which I think I'd never wear, but these that my dad gave me 21-22 yrs ago:
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    EmptyM, I think the cardigan looks good with the darker scarf. I'm not sure about those shoes though.
    Sounds good, A. I ended up changing to Frye boots to go out in the rain on the bike.

    AlanC, I think you could get away w/ a Belstaff for the reasons Andrew gave. I feel like an idiot wearing a padded motorcycle jacket if I'm not riding or at least caring a helmet [​IMG], but I wear a Belstaff-like RL jacket w/o any concern.
     
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    So I started with a "spring" in my step, & the Guido SMILE..

    Great to see back in full stride! And that you're one of the few people who doesn't make it seem like SF is depressing. [​IMG]
     
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    I like this a lot. The fit matches your face.
    Not sure, I might've moved it or edited it, it's been fixed, here it is. [​IMG]
    I didn't see this the first time as well. I think this is a cute (in a good way) interpretation of early Bob Dylan, and is a good look for you.
     
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    jaydc7 Senior member

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    i get the comparison, but please don't insult dylan..
     
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    Yardsale Senior member

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    i get the comparison, but please don't insult dylan..

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  18. bohemianmidnight

    bohemianmidnight Senior member

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    i get the comparison, but please don't insult dylan..

    +1
     
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    I agree, I can't be compared to Bob Dylan. But thanks anyway :p
     
  20. mainy

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    bring back the gold shoez [​IMG] edit: hoody - raf by raf shirt - NiCo jeans - somet shoes - springcourt
     
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