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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. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    APC Scarf, EG Parka, Lancel Bag

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    Woolrich Jacket, Stone Island Jumper, Unis Shirt

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    APC Scarf, Woolrich Jacket, EG Pants, Russell Mocs

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    Sandro Homme Scarf and Cardi, Woolrich Jacket, EG shirt

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    Handful of Macarons from Pierre Herme.
     
  2. Souper

    Souper Senior member

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    No, who are you? Did you post any outfits, what do you like, in other words why do you have the opinions you have?

    Generic reply: not everyone lives and interacts with the same kind of people so universal statements about which clothes are "appropriate" are retarded. Oh and clothes might not be art but they're the result of a design discipline, do you look at interior design or architecture and think it's just furniture or buildings?


    Fuuma, it is possible to be somewhere in the middle, and my attack was on the other end of the spectrum. i have posted some everyday fits , feel free to browse my post history. I appreciate the design in clothing, furniture and architecture, but I am more likely to say that an abstract painting of just a circle is a piece of crap, that a 40 year old dude wearing a black blanket wrapped around himself 3 times with frayed edges looks like a goth wannabe, and... insert something appropriate here about furniture. So while I may appreciate a boring, yet well put together fit composed of all thom browne, I would openly criticize someone in full thom browne runway, complete with rosette sport coat and bondage leggings. I have to go to dinner, I will reply if need be later on.
     
  3. smiley

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    - BRING BACK NEO.. Good fit for teh occasion [​IMG]

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    is this Tsim Sha Tsui?
     
  4. chronoaug

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    You look like Sean Penn in Milk, except gayer.
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    Kunk, SoCal and bbq??
    God i need some bbq. That wildside place was solid but i need more. Farinellis bbq was quite subpar (although free which i loovveee).
    filippa k coat raf sweater raf pants cdg belt mmm boots [​IMG]
    This looks dope as fuck. Top to bottom great. Also, cigarettes are bad for your health i hear [​IMG] yes, gaucho/lance/ghulk/whatever hater's post i didn't really read. I'm always right and can do no wrong. I thought everyone knew this by now? [​IMG]
     
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    As I said earlier, I love the glasses and I'm glad you are stuck buying the BoO because it's perfect for you. Hopefully you have a pair of shoes that everyone can agree on at this point because the NBs weren't cutting it before.
    Word, thanks. Just hoping that whatever BoO surfaces on Gilt isn't too "out there," and comes up soon. Maybe I'll just post a WTB thread in the meantime.
    You look like Sean Penn in Milk, except gayer.
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    Awesome, thanks! Sean Penn is a good lookin' guy, IMHO. Anyhow, I'm somewhat often told I look like a gay antique dealer/librarian/filmmaker. While I certainly don't mind that, I do wonder what exactly it is that makes me look that way...

    That's a really cool watch.
    Wmmk- Watch is awesome! I remember when someone posted about that in a cheap watches thread, almost went after it, glad you did. Also, glasses look very cool.
    Thanks, guys. I got it as a gift, but have always really dug it. For 85 bucks, it's a nice enough watch, and the quirky design just makes it fun.
     
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    Yea, i have a moma reveal (a bit different) watch as a cheapy birthday gift from a girlfriend. It's non-descript enough to wear with a bunch of stuff and when people see it they normally like it.
     
  7. GoSurface

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    filippa k coat
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    Shoes look awesome. You look great. I missed this post because of all the verbal diarrhea in the thread.
     
  8. Mr. Moo

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    Wore this a few nights ago. I'm on the right. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  9. wmmk

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    FTFY and I did the same thing!
    lol, wut?
    filippa k coat
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    mmm boots


    epic fit. IIRC from the "what's your price limit for various pieces" thread, you are one of the very few SF members who manages to be truly high fashion without spending stupidly. the patina on those boots is awesome, and the weight loss you mentioned in BC looks to be coming along really nicely. oh, and it's nice to see a different facial expression than your usual one.
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    ^^^^
    Yo!, Kunk!
    In addition that's one of the nicest jackets I've seen in a while, I always like well cut outerwear with a technical edge, especially in black. When and where did you pick that up?.
     
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    filippa k from context last season. thanks.
     
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    Mr. Moo, you appear to have a very drunk friend on your shoulder.
     
  15. Brutus

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    ...I'm sure if he wanted to he could go out and buy some japanese denim some alden boots and...he'd get endless praise...
    Please send over your praise:

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    For the record, I'm not sure if I like the short jacket but I just decided to give it a try.
     
  16. breakfasteatre

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    i like short jackets but that looks too short by like a foot!
     
  17. Brutus

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    i like short jackets but that looks too short by like a foot!

    That's an obvious exaggeration.
     
  18. cbusguy

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    somethin weird happened to my mouth when i resized
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  19. Get Smart

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    Brutus^^ I actually like the way you're wearing the bumfreezer there. It seems to fit well everywhere, so the shortness doesnt look like you're wearing a jacket that's too small. Sam Cooke wore a lot of bumfreezer jackets that short (maybe even a tad shorter) in the 60s so that makes it alright with me.
     
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    Brutus^^ I actually like the way you're wearing the bumfreezer there. It seems to fit well everywhere, so the shortness doesnt look like you're wearing a jacket that's too small.

    It fits perfectly. That's the main reason I decided to give it a go. It's also a black and white mix thick fabric which makes it less formal and opens the door to a slightly different cut without being too much. Still, it's a bit odd to look at after only one day.
     
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