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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. sbbbjm

    sbbbjm Senior member

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    braid - you look good with the longer hair
     
  2. Lel

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    This is what I wore today.
     
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    [​IMG] This is what I wore today.
    Was this a sexual-slave auction?
     
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    This is what I wore today.

    And the point of this post was.....
     
  5. jet

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    This is what I wore today.


    Whoa! Spitting image of who, magenta really is your color mang.
     
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    Whoa. thats a ...nice picture!

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    watanabe, ann demeulemeester, cloak, cdiem.
     
  7. kitonbrioni

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    Brioni jeans shirt
    Kiton jeans
    TB belt
    Zegna socks
    Justin boots
     
  8. chronoaug

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    FINALLY got my things in.

    The nudie bootcut ola's fit perfect, I love them.
    With my new allen edmond's too.

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    If those were straightleg i think they'd look a lot better. There is a lot of fabric down there around the ankles and shins. The look definitely looks a million times better, but for next time, i wouldn't be afraid of straight or slightly tapered jeans even though i know it sounds weird at first and everyone thinks that it's just not for them. The outfit looks good and the jeans definitely don't need to be slimmer, i just think it would look a lot cleaner with a smaller hem. I'm guessing the hem on those is about 9" which is pretty big. 8" is a pretty good hem size for guys of your height and size, and it definitely doesn't look too "skinny fit". It seems we're a similar body size and 8" is a pretty good hem size for me for slim but not skinny. I have a pair of 7.5" ones that are a bit more "stylish" too but the 8" ones are more casual. I like the shoes though. Kudos.
     
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    Razuel, congratulations. You now have the approval of the internet and style forum!!!!!!!1111111111
     
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    Whoa! Spitting image of who, magenta really is your color mang.
    Yeah, really.

    Nice hat, btw. The red ribbon compliments your eyes.
     
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    And the point of this post was.....

    In all seriousness this was a mock pagent in order to raise money for cancer prevention. It's a good cause and I'm glad I did it (not because I got to wear a dress).

    To be honest though I had no idea what I was being forced into and I certainly did NOT anticipate participating.

    EDIT: No, I'm not the old creepy man... err... woman.
     
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    whodini feels like an idiot as usual...

    *crickets*
     
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    whodini feels like an idiot as usual...

    *crickets*

    Keep talking, Casper.
     
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    This is what you'd normally find me in.

    It's nothing impressive and certainly not Style Forum worthy but it's the best I can manage without a disposable income.
     
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    It's all good Lel, you on your worst day is still better than whodini on his best...
     
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    Zara Mulburry/white FC shirt
    Belvest navy birdseye patterned sportcoat
    RB2
    Edward Green/RLPL Camden (too dainty?)

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    If those were straightleg i think they'd look a lot better. There is a lot of fabric down there around the ankles and shins. The look definitely looks a million times better, but for next time, i wouldn't be afraid of straight or slightly tapered jeans even though i know it sounds weird at first and everyone thinks that it's just not for them. The outfit looks good and the jeans definitely don't need to be slimmer, i just think it would look a lot cleaner with a smaller hem. I'm guessing the hem on those is about 9" which is pretty big. 8" is a pretty good hem size for guys of your height and size, and it definitely doesn't look too "skinny fit". It seems we're a similar body size and 8" is a pretty good hem size for me for slim but not skinny. I have a pair of 7.5" ones that are a bit more "stylish" too but the 8" ones are more casual. I like the shoes though. Kudos.

    I disagree. I think he should hem the jeans, but if he went with slim or skinny jeans the shoes would look enormous. A slim jean with a very slight bootcut might be the most flattering cut for him.
     
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    It's all good Lel, you on your worst day is still better than whodini on his best...
    Here's jet from the other night... [​IMG] (You have to imagine his fit because it's imaginary)
     
  19. drizzt3117

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    One more pic for fun:

    Zegna (shortened to BoO proportions)
    Margiela Line 10 wool pants
    RMW Chelseas (one of the pant legs caught on the elastic loop on the RMW on my right leg)

    [​IMG]
     
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    finally, a break in the rain this afternoon.

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    APC crepe soled boots
    iron heart 634s
    topman t
    saba henley
    warrior harrington
     
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