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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. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Senior member

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    Oxxford suit
    Kiton shirt
    Fossil cufflinks
    Trafalgar belt
    DS tie
    PS socks
    testoni monkstraps
     
  2. Joel_Cairo

    Joel_Cairo Senior member

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    Sometimes, berlin, you remind me of my namesake...


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  3. BubblyMasquerade

    BubblyMasquerade Senior member

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    KEePinG iT GAnGstA!

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    look like crap today so no face [​IMG]


    BALL CLEAVAGE.
     
  4. yerfdog

    yerfdog Senior member

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    going to chime in with more praise for berlin report, whole look is amazing.
     
  5. berlin report

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    Sometimes, berlin, you remind me of my namesake...


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    Thanks for all the nice comments guys. Fuuma, a bit frustrated that I can't see more details from the pic but great to see you posting again. Been too long.
     
  6. kallun

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    Ring/watch shopping:

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    Looking good SoCal! What´s the ring for and what did you find/buy??

    /TKL
     
  7. kallun

    kallun Senior member

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    Metkirk I like the brown-brown outfit. The jacket is sort of intermediate in length but looks very good on you! No tailoring IMO.

    /TKL
     
  8. CDC

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    Howdy. I'm all new up in this joint.

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    Let's see: a particularly dense wool U.S. military jacket (dated 1945) with uncommonly small armpit holes; A rather difficult to find 'Stock' hooded sweatshirt from Urban Outfitters , with great detailing (epaulettes, well-placed rivets, high collar); some seriously tailored (legs narrowed, tapered, shortened) Gap 'Gough' jeans; and my favorite 60's, double-zippered ankle boots.
     
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    xchen Senior member

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    Looks like you are having some trouble handling that Gibson, CDC.

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    For still photos the ultimate pose in my opinion is the G chord. I like the similarity it has to the gesture of "the bird."
     
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    For still photos the ultimate pose in my opinion is the G chord. I like the similarity it has to the gesture of "the bird."

    I prefer a three string bend....
     
  11. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    Thom Browne polo
    Black Fleece pants
    Thom Browne oxfords (switched out from black Church's in pic)

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  12. Fuuma

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    Looks great, fuuma. Too bad an outfit like that doesn't get a better view [​IMG] . Just curious, what model are the april77 cords? Do they only make them in the joey cut, or are those others? I've been eying april 77s for a skinny jean and the cords have always caught my eye.

    They're the discords, relaxed waist for maximum slouch and very slim, tappered legs. The material is somewhat shiny and becomes matte when it fades, giving the pants nice contrast when they age.

    Thanks for the feedback guys, even Socal and his Kanye comments :p
     
  13. itskub

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    berlin and socal, i love both of those cardigans, and im not someone who particularly loves cardigans.
     
  14. capnpyro

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    Howdy. I'm all new up in this joint.

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    Let's see: a particularly dense wool U.S. military jacket (dated 1945) with uncommonly small armpit holes; A rather difficult to find 'Stock' hooded sweatshirt from Urban Outfitters , with great detailing (epaulettes, well-placed rivets, high collar); some seriously tailored (legs narrowed, tapered, shortened) Gap 'Gough' jeans; and my favorite 60's, double-zippered ankle boots.


    Welcome! Your color combination there is fantastic
     
  15. ratboycom

    ratboycom Senior member

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    KEePinG iT GAnGstA!

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    look like crap today so no face [​IMG]


    details on the belt, man. It looks a lot like one I own, cept mine has trad Japanese art style goldfish (not koi)
     
  16. Lucky Strike

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    Randolphs.
    Ah, thanks...my grlfriend brought me a pair of American Opticals from NY today, so I recognised the shape. Classics.
     
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    details on the belt, man. It looks a lot like one I own, cept mine has trad Japanese art style goldfish (not koi)

    haha you know, I bought that belt because of your post about kimono style belts! Got it from Yesstyle,

    http://www.yesstyle.com/en/Product.aspx?pid=1004800754
     
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    hahaha, awesome. Sweet looking casual belts arent they? Here is mine (why is this one under the women section? I bought it at a men's store) [​IMG]
     
  19. nyc_gaucho

    nyc_gaucho Senior member

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    Howdy. I'm all new up in this joint.

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    Let's see: a particularly dense wool U.S. military jacket (dated 1945) with uncommonly small armpit holes; A rather difficult to find 'Stock' hooded sweatshirt from Urban Outfitters , with great detailing (epaulettes, well-placed rivets, high collar); some seriously tailored (legs narrowed, tapered, shortened) Gap 'Gough' jeans; and my favorite 60's, double-zippered ankle boots.



    fantastic pic and outfit, cdc...thanks for posting
     
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    For still photos the ultimate pose in my opinion is the G chord. I like the similarity it has to the gesture of "the bird."

    Like this?

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