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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. willy cheesesteak

    willy cheesesteak Well-Known Member

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    Very well done JD and Willy.
     
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    Looks great.
     
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    Willy my new favorite poster and always a yearning for a philly afterwards for some reason.
     
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    heres what I wore yesterday.

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    I know its not much, but its my style, and I love it.
     
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    Are you wearing cinnabons on your feet?
     
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    Are you wearing cinnabons on your feet?

    was wondering why that pic left me feeling hunggry
     
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    Tough day at wal-mart today [​IMG] it's my take on authentic americana workwear.
     
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    heres what I wore yesterday. http://c3.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/i...3a7bdc7f62.jpg I know its not much, but its my style, and I love it.
    This looks... horrible. But above and beyond it looking horrible, it's unflattering. The coat is much too large, and combined with the high-rise jeans and tucked-in shirt, makes you look pigeon-chested. Get rid of the hat and the shoes. At least you have a decent (if undynamic) tonal color scheme going on without them.
     
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    Tough day at wal-mart today

    it's my take on authentic americana workwear.


    In America, we wear shoes in our workplace!
     
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    My lack of shoes are a statement on the current state of world economics and the upcomming class war.
     
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    This looks... horrible. But above and beyond it looking horrible, it's unflattering. The coat is much too large, and combined with the high-rise jeans and tucked-in shirt, makes you look pigeon-chested. Get rid of the hat and the shoes. At least you have a decent (if undynamic) tonal color scheme going on without them.
    Doesn't have to be flattering, I doubt he was thinking that when putting on that fidel castro hat and growing that beard, not all outfits are about making the person look physically good. (think giant parkas and some work wear) I think the coat fits a tad big but the sleeves are a good length and shoulder seams are passable, he may like the baggy look. Jeans don't look particularly high-rise from here, I agree untucking the shirt would work more in his favor. Also I agree, the hat doesn't suit, shoes look weird and disformed. (that cinnabon comment was so accurate, classic) One thing I must say, the place you took your photo isn't flattering at all, nobody wants to see a dirty carpet, wall with a hole, ugly tiling and that terrible greenish off-white colour thats consistent in your surroundings. Also, add that travelling object on the left and you look like you're homeless (the outfit hints at this). Perception is a strong thing.
     
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    Hows the coat too big? It fits just right.

    Pigeon chested? okay.....maybe its cause Im just damn skinny.

    And as far as some of the comments made, they left me feeling a bit offended. the tile is custom made granite I think, chosen by my mother, and its beautiful. The carpet is dirty, but thats where my roommate comes in from the outdoors. The other shit is your allusions. The wall is the same cream as in my avatar. It looks a bit green due to the green in the photograph, most likely. The powder on my shoes is from the leather. It just does that. They are aldo shoes, and they do look a bit wierd in the photo, but they are okay shoes.


    And if you want to assume I may be homeless cause theres a camping pack in the corner of the shot, thats your perception. Feel free to wonder!


    And as for the beard and hat. Ive had a few people tell me the beard looks good. Including myself. If you think its unflattering, thats your opinion. Its hard for me to tell these days who has good opinion and who is a pretentious a$$hole. So I walk my own way.

    Im not built to be a person who lives and breaths to please the perceptions of others. I wear what I feel good in, and I love life. That makes me confident and powerful.

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    What he said
     
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    I will be vacuming that carpet though... thanks for that...and only that, xenox, you Fucking prick... just kidding..[​IMG]
     
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    Is that a trollop in the background? I do hope you weren't wearing Stetson cologne with your beaver hat.

    What I recently wore:

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    I hope you dont mind, LK, but I did save that picture. Just love it...
     
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    No colour is better than colour being off? No I'll fix it, there has to be a way to get into that white balance menu, otherwise it wouldn't be there. I just don't know where the manual is.

    http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_se...p?fl=2&id=1312
     
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    This looks... horrible.

    But above and beyond it looking horrible, it's unflattering. The coat is much too large, and combined with the high-rise jeans and tucked-in shirt, makes you look pigeon-chested.

    Get rid of the hat and the shoes. At least you have a decent (if undynamic) tonal color scheme going on without them.


    Pigeon-chested! That's a descriptor I've been needing for a long time.
     
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