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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. Chrispy

    Chrispy Senior member

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    First waywt


    Nothing too exciting.


    stealing my name.

    I should post more waywt but my camera got wet in montreal...
     
  2. JayJay

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    Good call, tried this out in the picture below.


    This was a great suggestion. I tried this too and I think it does look quite a bit better this way.

    Sorry to be a bit of an attention whore...

    [​IMG]

    Looks better as a suit, much better.
     
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    stealing my name.

    I should post more waywt but my camera got wet in montreal...


    haha, sorry man. Ive always used this screen name for everything.
     
  5. cchen

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    Anything in specific?

    The body looks boxy to me.
     
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    Not sure how much drape or tightness you'll want in a coated denim shirt... [​IMG]
     
  7. crosswound

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    i don't think his easons denim fits are bad. i think its far worse when they have huge cannons for legs and they sized down 3 on some skinny cut jeans.

    isn't the denim in that shirt still new and rigid. i'd imagine it would look more like a regular shirt the more its worn out.
     
  8. GoSurface

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    First waywt

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    Nothing too exciting.


    I put my hand up on my hip, when I dip you dip we dip.
     
  9. wmmk

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    Good call, tried this out in the picture below.


    This was a great suggestion. I tried this too and I think it does look quite a bit better this way.

    Sorry to be a bit of an attention whore...

    [​IMG]


    a-fucking-mazing. much better that way. I know you already have a big cuff going, but maybe for summer, you could [tempotarily] shorten the pants to show some ankle and wear them with white bucks. to complete the TB look, you also might consider unbuttoning the collars on your OCBD's, but then again, that might come across as too costume-y...
     
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    As everyone said, much better as a suit. Smiling is forbidden: [​IMG]
     
  11. TrekTheWorld

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    Untuck those jeans, not looking good at all!
     
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    Untuck those jeans, not looking good at all! I think the three pieces are great, but the tucking just takes the outfit over the top.
    one day i'll take a good photograph [​IMG] Boots: Bally Jeans: APC Peacoat: Jaeger
     
  13. AR_Six

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    I dunno eason... you just don't look that comfortable in it to me. It's partly the way you're standing, but the jacket is just tight everywhere. Do you feel relaxed walking in it?
     
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    I dunno eason... you just don't look that comfortable in it to me. It's partly the way you're standing, but the jacket is just tight everywhere. Do you feel relaxed walking in it?

    Yeah it's thuper comfortable. I think I look uncomfortable because of the weight of the bag pulling my lapels down.
     
  15. Smahatma

    Smahatma Senior member

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    As everyone said, much better as a suit.

    Smiling is forbidden:
    http://xs136.xs.to/xs136/09050/waywt22520.jpg[/img[/I]
    Put that jacket back on the Woman's Petites sale rack where it belongs.
     
  16. Eason

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    I like the style of the short jacket hem, buddy.
     
  17. Brutus

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    Pink, I didn't see anything wrong with the first pairing but this suit just looks amazing. As Robbie would put it, "church clothes": [​IMG] [​IMG] 555S LD HL Alden I apologize for the eyes.
     
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    Ample lighting for elves. How considerate.
     
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    HL
    Alden


    As bobo would say, those boots and pants look like great friends. Do the pants have a velvet texture? If so, awesome.
     
  20. Brutus

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    As velvety as corduroy gets.
     
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