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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. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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  2. Chris.

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  3. jet

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    no pic last night but I thought I would annoy you fuckers

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    geller black trilby
     
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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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    just put a casual button up under it! I think the fit looks great, something id wear [​IMG]
     
  5. whodini

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    lol, that guy John Cho hangs out in the SGV area, he's been spotted quite a few times around the Valley Blvd area
    He hangs out in the same spots you do? Perfect. I guess that will make the cross-over that much easier on you. Get on that. Black Cherry, dig what you're going for but you're using the wrong scarf. The colors are really clashing against the rest of your fit as if you were on your way to a (insert random GetSmart oi band...The 4-Skins) show but ended up going to a UCLA game. A solid color would probably be a safe bet here and would still keep the look visually interesting. Still, great intro the forum. Welcome.
     
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    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.

    This might be a bit of redundant respose, but it ties to an interesting topic of ideals and such. Just to clarify, I dont dress like I do cuz Im fat.. im rather slim, but tall with wide chest and shoulders. I could possibly dress more "flattering" by having slimmer denim and perfect fitting shirts, but thats not what Im after really.

    My point is, I dont think you have to dress slimfitting cuz you are slim. Look at chris for instance, he plays alot more with proportions, with shorter/wider pants, longer tops and such, not just the standard "well dressed guy" -formula.. And Id love to see more people do something like this..
     
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    Black Cherry, dig what you're going for but you're using the wrong scarf. The colors are really clashing against the rest of your fit as if you were on your way to a (insert random GetSmart oi band...The 4-Skins) show but ended up going to a UCLA game. A solid color would probably be a safe bet here and would still keep the look visually interesting.

    Still, great intro the forum. Welcome.


    Thanks for the advice! It's the only scarf I own so I'm in the market. Direly new to the whole not dressing like a bum thing, and I'm taking it one step at a time.
     
  8. whodini

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    Thanks for the advice! It's the only scarf I own so I'm in the market. Direly new to the whole not dressing like a bum thing, and I'm taking it one step at a time.
    Definitely a good step forward. Let's see some more in the future.
     
  9. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Cross-posting from the Men's Clothing forum. Don't throw me out ! [​IMG]

    Getting a little nippy here in NYC today...

    L. Borrelli wool M65 type jacket with small herringbone pattern
    Theory merino wool grey cardigan
    N&L pink/blue check shirt
    APC Rescue jeans
    Altea brown/lilac wool/cashmere/silk scarf
    J.Crew red/black/grey argyle socks
    C&J Tetbury in brown nubuck
    Vintage JLC Memovox


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  10. ken

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    Cross-posting from the Men's Clothing forum. Don't throw me out ! [​IMG]

    Take the trouser hem away from those jeans, and you can stay.

    Nice jacket. The pattern is taking your camera for a ride in the first two pics.
     
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    Gdl, that jacket is beautiful. I think some New Standards might be a more flattering fit with those shoes though.
     
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    Take the trouser hem away from those jeans, and you can stay.

    Gdl, that jacket is beautiful. I think some New Standards might be a more flattering fit with those shoes though.

    Disagree on both. The C&J Tetbury are boots, hence the slight bootcut openings of the APC Rescue are perfect IMO.

    @gdl203: your watch collection is [​IMG]. Great outfit overall too, and yay for self-timer!
     
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    DDML, really nice. I always enjoy the causal simplicity of your looks. What are you wearing btw? i see the sufu evisus, but otherwise..
     
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    gdl203, I think you should tuck the scarf into the jacket. And please cross-post (or post in general) more often.
     
  15. gdl203

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    Take the trouser hem away from those jeans, and you can stay.

    Nice jacket. The pattern is taking your camera for a ride in the first two pics.


    Thanks ken. What do you mean by "taking the trouser hem away"? [​IMG] I just fold it inside, no stitched hem here... Do you mean that it would look better stacking the leg opening?

    Gdl, that jacket is beautiful. I think some New Standards might be a more flattering fit with those shoes though.

    The whole look was pretty relaxed with a fairly padded jacket so I thought a more relaxed Rescue worked better. I wear my NS with more fitted tops generally

    Disagree on both. The C&J Tetbury are boots, hence the slight bootcut openings of the APC Rescue are perfect IMO.

    @gdl203: your watch collection is [​IMG]. Great outfit overall too, and yay for self-timer!


    Thanks whacked. I've been collecting watches for 10+ years now and have been adding slowly to the collection.

    re: self-timer, I actually asked my wife to take the pictures... She looked at me with a "err.. what?" look on her face, but she helped out [​IMG]
     
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    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Thanks ken. What do you mean by "taking the trouser hem away"? [​IMG] I just fold it inside, no stitched hem here... Do you mean that it would look better stacking the leg opening?


    I think he meant that it looked like one of those invisible 1" trouser hems rather than a .25" contrast stitch jeans hem, which makes sense since you tucked under. I think you should get them hemmed to your preferred length, and tell the tailor to make the new hem look just like the original one.

    Love the jacket, by the way. I recently got a similar one from Borrelli (actually Shop the Finest), but mine's more a hunting jacket.
     
  17. gdl203

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    I think he meant that it looked like one of those invisible 1" trouser hems rather than a .25" contrast stitch jeans hem, which makes sense since you tucked under. I think you should get them hemmed to your preferred length, and tell the tailor to make the new hem look just like the original one.
    Got it. I may just do that then... Next trip to tailor is Saturday
     
  18. denimdestroyedmylife

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    DDML, really nice. I always enjoy the causal simplicity of your looks. What are you wearing btw? i see the sufu evisus, but otherwise..
    thanks superbobo h&m hat engineered garments fatigue jacket sugar cane flannel loopwheeler tee (though i guess you can't see it from that angle) evisu alden 405
     
  19. ghulkhan

    ghulkhan Senior member

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    Cross-posting from the Men's Clothing forum. Don't throw me out ! [​IMG]

    Getting a little nippy here in NYC today...

    L. Borrelli wool M65 type jacket with small herringbone pattern
    Theory merino wool grey cardigan
    N&L pink/blue check shirt
    APC Rescue jeans
    Altea brown/lilac wool/cashmere/silk scarf
    J.Crew red/black/grey argyle socks
    C&J Tetbury in brown nubuck
    Vintage JLC Memovox


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    How much does that vintage JLC run around if you dont mind me asking? It looks really nice...
     
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