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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. Mr.Bacon

    Mr.Bacon Member

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    Thomas Pink shirt
    Seven Jeans
    Churchs Tunbridge Shoes
    Revue Thommen Airspeed Watch

    Oh...and a Bichon Havanese [​IMG]

    Sorry about the image quality...the light situation was less than ideal.

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  2. ctrlaltelite

    ctrlaltelite Senior member

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    had to layer for the long commute to the childhood home in northern va. i kind of hate public transportation.

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    eg jacket (early xmas gift) x uo x rl rugby x kmw x j shoes
     
  3. XenoX101

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    You look dopey, I'd say lose the glasses and get a haircut.

    Which is quite hypocritical of me, cause thats what I need to do, but hey, admitting it is the first step :p.

    I think being self-critical is one of the hardest things to do with your face, because it is who you are, but a haircut and contacts/different glasses would work wonders.
     
  4. bluemagic

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    You look dopey, I'd say lose the glasses and get a haircut.

    Which is quite hypocritical of me, cause thats what I need to do, but hey, admitting it is the first step :p.

    I think being self-critical is one of the hardest things to do with your face, because it is who you are, but a haircut and contacts/different glasses would work wonders.


    Agreed, the hair sucks the energy out of him.
     
  5. Listi

    Listi Senior member

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    raf simons polyamide blazer raf simons shirt superfine chocolate waxed denim costume national shoes [​IMG]
    I love all the way done up shirts without a tie, randomly. I usually don't have the balls to do it because I got so many strange looks/comments the one time I did it that it is not worth it, however, I was probably wearing it wrong since this was a while ago and before I knew anything.
    Thomas Pink shirt Seven Jeans Churchs Tunbridge Shoes Revue Thommen Airspeed Watch Oh...and a Bichon Havanese [​IMG] Sorry about the image quality...the light situation was less than ideal. http://i44.tinypic.com/2ntz34m.jpg http://i42.tinypic.com/2uny3wk.jpg http://i44.tinypic.com/27zi6md.jpg
    No... Just no. Look at that picture, you can't SERIOUSLY tell me those jeans fit... Those look like 7's relaxed fit. Shirt looks pretty gaudy imo and the shoes are bad.
     
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    The jeans are pretty bad, the shirt isn't much better. I have no problem with the loafers though, they just don't go at all with this outfit, far too dressy, wear them with a sports coat and pants or a suit even. Also didn't your mum teach you to do your bed every morning? [​IMG]
     
  7. Jacques Cousteau

    Jacques Cousteau Well-Known Member

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    MECx2/H&M/BoO/KMW/RW GTs (not pic'd)

    Rye, saddle shoes = epic.
     
  8. MiniW

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    +1 on dopey hair

    and +100 on bad, bad synergy Mr. Bacon. It's like you took the top items from 2002 (and before) and threw them on at the same time. If you had straight legged jeans and a less dressy shirt, the outfit may work. I don't think it's a sin to wear loafers with jeans, but the jeans have to be the exact right length (err on the shorter side, definitely no stacking). And it would help if they weren't plasticky looking.
     
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    CDG H+. Y's. Everthing else by Jil Sander.

    Loafers with jeans = No stacking. True. But a nice pinroll would work. Also a casual loafer in suede maybe is infinately better than formal patent-leather types.
     
  10. nyc_gaucho

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    in tribute to cdc...you are missed, brother...

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    This is nice and fresh.
     
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    This is nice and fresh.

    Are you a white wine drinker?
     
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    Personally I prefer bubbly for my xmas meals...
     
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    I had a white Christmas--not my house or room. [​IMG]
     
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    gaucho, you look like an onion, less layers would be better I think.
     
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    Strathanan x RRL x H&M x Tanner x Acne x F-Troupe

    Ay! I love!
     
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    eg jacket (early xmas gift) x uo x rl rugby x kmw x j shoes


    EG jacket looks great! Which one is it?
     
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    gshen Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    been awhile!

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    shirt muji (houndstooth print)
    trousers incotex
    belt taiwan street stall
    eyewear onkel
    watch titus
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  19. Mr.Bacon

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    Ouch, I've got to get used to the critisism...it stings.. So, it sounds like I shouldn't wear a Thomas Pink shirt with jeans... but if I do, they should he in more fitted, straight leg type instead of the relaxed type I went with. Same with the shoes. So would this outfit work if I just changed the jeans to some more formal pants? Sounds like I have much to learn.

    LabelKing: Did your white Christmas take place inside a hollow volcano and involve sharks with laser beams attached to their heads?
     
  20. SoCal2NYC

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    had to layer for the long commute to the childhood home in northern va. i kind of hate public transportation.

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    eg jacket (early xmas gift) x uo x rl rugby x kmw x j shoes


    Needs neckwear.

    Xmas dinner:

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    CDG H+. Y's. Everthing else by Jil Sander.

    Loafers with jeans = No stacking. True. But a nice pinroll would work. Also a casual loafer in suede maybe is infinately better than formal patent-leather types.


    FadeToBlack x BlueMagic
     
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