(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. Superb0bo

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    Im really curious about what goes on around the pant cuff area...
    Really nice look! I should get some white shirts myself, but not sure I could stand the washing..
     
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    Thanks. Heh. You guys know me. EG head to ankle.

    Field Jacket
    19th BD Shirt
    BDU Storm Pants (researched BDU and it stands for Battle Dress Uniform in the US Military)
    And some hand-me-down Clarks.

    Im really curious about what goes on around the pant cuff area...
    Here's a pic from the EG lookbook of the pant cuff. The darker material is sewn into the inside and is buttoned up when not in use. It can be unbuttoned to cover the ankle I guess to protect against rain?
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    baracuta
    BS gingham shirt
    RL cords
    gap socks
    JM penny

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    Jacket looks a little loose, I think you should send it to a slightly thicker person in Seattle.

    When I got to the Ben Silver sale they had "old man powder blue" and "gross old guy who smokes cigars in his Chevy Citation pale yellow" left.
     
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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Details, details, Shore.

    Looks great.


    I'm gonna go ahead and guess:

    EG
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    Looks good, timpoblete.


    I said shore, Aluminum Monster...
     
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    When I got to the Ben Silver sale they had "old man powder blue" and "gross old guy who smokes cigars in his Chevy Citation pale yellow" left.

    I got the last "old yet spry geezer who still trolls for barely legal poontang dark red"
     
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    I said shore, Aluminum Monster...

    Last edit when now, Fatty Magoo?
     
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    Jacket looks a little loose, I think you should send it to a slightly thicker person in Seattle.

    When I got to the Ben Silver sale they had "old man powder blue" and "gross old guy who smokes cigars in his Chevy Citation pale yellow" left.


    I thought long and hard about that old man powder blue. Then again, I've embraced my advancing years. Still, I think I'd have prefered the old man tan, if they had it in stock.
     
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    Looks great, Baron. I like the texture on the jacket.

    I trust whodini about as much as I trust Jose Mesa right now, but I'll still mention--Steven Alan shirt, Kirkland Signature vneck, 5epxSF, polo chelseas.
     
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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Really solid stuff, Baron. I'd imagine this is how you'd dress if you were to ever quit drinking...
    Last edit when now, Fatty Magoo?
    Stupid time stamp. I edited it before I saw your post, damnit. What are you going to do, shoot me?
    I trust whodini about as much as I trust Jose Mesa right now, but I'll still mention--Steven Alan shirt, Kirkland Signature vneck, 5epxSF, polo chelseas.
    This is a "latino" joke, right?

    Bitch.

    How'd you come across the chelseas? Happy with them? Might have to put them on my x-mas list.
     
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    Valstar windbreaker
    Brioni shirt
    Prada pant
    MD belt
    Zegna socks
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    Is it the J. Crew cardigan in heather fawn?

    yeah, it is. maybe i shouldn't admit to it, but i think j crew has had a lot of good stuff recently.
     
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    Jacket looks a little loose, I think you should send it to a slightly thicker person in Seattle. When I got to the Ben Silver sale they had "old man powder blue" and "gross old guy who smokes cigars in his Chevy Citation pale yellow" left.
    I ike the Baracuta style jackets and they goe very well with your look but I really think the classic Lonsdale versions of that jacket is a lot better, less bouncing in the waist area and slightly nicer material IMHO. /TKL
     
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    yeah, it is. maybe i shouldn't admit to it, but i think j crew has had a lot of good stuff recently.

    J. Crew is good I find for items like sweaters, outerwear like peacoats, accessories, and I am trying out their pants which I ordered a few days ago. Depending how much I like them fit wise I am liable to make them my go-to pants from now on.

    One thing I will not buy there however, is a shirt. Or jeans.
     
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