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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. Superb0bo

    Superb0bo Senior member

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    I know Ive been critical about Sauce playing it safe before, and it still stands I guess. Id love to see him/you play a bit more with proportions and stuff like that... Guess im just tired of the whole slick&slim ideal that seems so prevailing on SF .
     
  2. braidkid

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    I've always liked sauce's fits.

    I'm a black coffee kind of guy as well and usually stick to basics which is why I don't post often cause I wear the same thing everyday it seems.
     
  3. whodini

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    What who said--sometimes the forum is a little too "pat the frequent posters on the back" and not critical enough. I obviously like it when people like an outfit I've posted, but I also like it when people have suggestions or criticism, as long as they're not a dick about it.

    Which is something a few of us have been wanting for months and yet people rarely provide.

    I think GS' "black coffee" analogy, while on the surface quite accurate, was a transparent attempt trying to get you into some homemade bukkake vids with him. Not cool.

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  4. Fuuma

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    I know Ive been critical about Sauce playing it safe before, and it still stands I guess. Id love to see him/you play a bit more with proportions and stuff like that... Guess im just tired of the whole slick&slim ideal that seems so prevailing on SF .

    While it may work for you...I don't think your whole blocky, industrial aesthetic is going to break out here anytime soon. Just so many slim guys here.
     
  6. xchen

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    Nudies day 5.
     
  7. Brian278

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    Pretty solid stuff lately, Augosto. I really like that overcoat/topcoat, whatever the terminology is.
     
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    same sweater as post, white and grey thin-striped button up, black tie.
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  9. braidkid

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    w+h
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  10. Saucemaster

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    Braid, the W+H hoodie looks almost like it would be too small when closed there. Can you zip it comfortably?

    Nice Purcells, btw.
     
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    nice 'poo' shirt where can i cop?
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    What's your favorite Poo song? Mine's "Everything Shits at Once."

    This isn't exactly my look, but I can't figure out what to do with this sweater. Any ideas?

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    This isn't exactly my look, but I can't figure out what to do with this sweater. Any ideas?


    Make it shorter? It seems a little long for the style. Maybe if it was buttoned it wouldn't hang so low, but I can't really tell from the pic.
     
  14. xchen

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    If all else fails throw a coat on over it.
     
  15. Mr Sola

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    This isn't exactly my look, but I can't figure out what to do with this sweater. Any ideas?

    Take it back and get a size smaller.
     
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    I'm bringing this to this page because I like this. This.
     
  17. ken

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    Take it back and get a size smaller.

    I think it fits fine. Try putting it on as an outer layer over a button-up, then button it up. Then go out and raise hell with that bat, racquet, umbrella combo.
     
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    I think it fits fine. Try putting it on as an outer layer over a button-up, then button it up. Then go out and raise hell with that bat, racquet, umbrella combo.
    I think you missed the gladiator shield on the wall, which he could throw as a projectile Captain America-style when tracking down fleeing villains.
     
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    I think you missed the gladiator shield on the wall, which he could throw it as a projectile Captain America-style when tracking down fleeing villains.

    Good eye. I thought it was a mirror to make sure his instruments of justice were well concealed.
     
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    This isn't exactly my look, but I can't figure out what to do with this sweater. Any ideas?

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    Start a band called Death Cab for Cutie?

    Sincerely,

    Edwardo Montebal Espinoza Salazar, III
     
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