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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. michaeljkrell

    michaeljkrell Senior member

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    MJK- I understand they're comfortable, but you really need completely different shoes there.


    What are you?? Some kind of terrorist?? USA!! USA!!
     
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    Chino blazer is alright, but your popped collar makes me want to kick your ass. As does the way your sleeves are rolled up. The ralph lauren pants also anger me greatly.

    Xchen - I don't know the rules about this, or even if there are any, but braces with chinos should be a never. Your tie is ugly as shit. Good fit on the shirt though.

    And take your goddamn hands out of your pockets. Both of you. This image pisses me off greatly.


    Classic post [​IMG]
     
  3. Eason

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    Just felt like wearing a tie, but my tie's not skinny enough, so...

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    Damn, I wish I had a nice pair of cap toe shoes.


    Nice. Very nice.
     
  4. Eason

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    This is my very first contribution to this thread. Please excuse the lame photo quality; as you can see, I used a cellphone digicam.

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    I normally hate denim jackets, especially with denim, but somehow I think the tie pulls it together and it looks great.
     
  5. poly800rock

    poly800rock Senior member

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    I normally hate denim jackets, especially with denim, but somehow I think the tie pulls it together and it looks great.

    agreed, it looks great here
     
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    Oh ok, that makes sense. It just reminded me of back in the day when hip-hoppers wore the one pant leg up thing. Wait...did they actually do that or am I going crazy? They did something....one pant leg up seems so ridiculous.
    I think LL used to do that a lot, I sort of remember that from the early 90s... I do it when I ride my bike.
     
  7. Get Smart

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    agreed, it looks great here

    +another

    I prefer the denims to be similar on top/bottom. Hate contrasting denim jackets with jeans. And I've always liked the looks of denim/denim when done well, which it def is by Bridgen
     
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    Brigden and Rye, great.

    Cultpop, I only wish I was awesome enough to pull off that moustache. A+! Good to see you around.
     
  9. Garage/Surf Rock

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    Yeah, a lot of bike messengers do that one pant leg rolled up thing. I guess it's to keep your pants from getting caught on the gear? It's also become part of the messenger/fixed gear bike rider look.
     
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    this is great.[​IMG]
     
  11. poly800rock

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    i think without his pony tail, rye has metamorphed into a laser guided fashion missle....
     
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    Yeah, a lot of bike messengers do that one pant leg rolled up thing. I guess it's to keep your pants from getting caught on the gear? It's also become part of the messenger/fixed gear bike rider look.

    If your pant let gets caught in the chain on a fixed-gear, you will be walking home pantsless.
     
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    So glad I'm not the only one who who immediately thought of this.
    "Cheeky Nob-Jockey", are my eyebrows seriously hedgerow like?.
    Hey Rye, you got a haircut [​IMG]
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    rye- That peacoat looks better everytime you show it. You have to be sweating in california with that though.
    For walking Randy Dog in the frosty morning it's a good one, I just have to take it off before 10am or I'll combust!.
    this is great.[​IMG]
    Nice to see you back. Great facial art and I love that crazy Woolly Pully!.
    i think without his pony tail, rye has metamorphed into a laser guided fashion missle....
    .........or encouraged by the wife to stop being lazy with the aa tee x raw jean daily combo.
     
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    "Cheeky Nob-Jockey", are my eyebrows seriously hedgerow like?.
    No, it's mainly the beard, the haircut, your expression, and my inconsolable fear of having my brain cut out by a psychopath with superpowers.
     
  15. Saucemaster

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    I've actually worn plenty of color in the last week or so, but I only seem to take pics on black/white/gray days.

    These 5EPs have definitely stretched, and are now slung loooow... they already sort of reminded me of Dior 21s, now they really do.
     
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    Biker convention in town this week? [​IMG]
     
  17. lance konami

    lance konami Senior member

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    That's pretty nice, sauce. But the way the 5ep's are slung low is making your torso appear to be longer than your legs. It might also be the angle of the camera.
     
  18. nyc_gaucho

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    This is my very first contribution to this thread. Please excuse the lame photo quality; as you can see, I used a cellphone digicam.

    there you go...that's definitely a nice way to go denim-on-denim, bridgen...you might lose a couple of d-on-d points if those aren't blue jeans, though (they look kinda gray)...but just a couple, because the point is made [​IMG]

    great fit on that jacket!...you've inspired me to throw caution to the wind and do a super-hot soak on my old jacket...hopefully it'll shrink down a little closer to your fit
     
  19. Brigden

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    there you go...that's definitely a nice way to go denim-on-denim, bridgen...you might lose a couple of d-on-d points if those aren't blue jeans, though (they look kinda gray)...but just a couple, because the point is made [​IMG]

    great fit on that jacket!...you've inspired me to throw caution to the wind and do a super-hot soak on my old jacket...hopefully it'll shrink down a little closer to your fit


    Thanks for the encouragement, fellas.

    I should have itemized the outfit, but I was in a rush. If it matters, the pants are light-weight, slim-fitting, wool, and in charcoal in colour.
     
  20. BubblyMasquerade

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