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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. Maharlika

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    I've been sick the past week and haven't been around much, but I HAD to let you know that you absolutely killed it with this look! Very well done; I've been looking to source a pair of harness boots soon, myself.

    PM sent!
     
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    You've been raiding kronik's closet again, haven't you?
     
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    If that was ment torwards me; chubby? I am 5'9 and 155 (38 chest, 31 waist). Theres a difference between attacking the person and saying a outfit makes you look a certain way.
    I wasn't attacking you. I was just pointing out that he should be sure where a comment is coming from before deciding how to evaluate it. Based on your picture you are interested in a more traditional, balanced aesthetic. You have a larger frame than either of us. While there is nothing wrong with that, and I certainly wouldn't fault you for it, it does mean that unless he agrees with your vision of how things should be, he may not want to take your advice.
     
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    ^^^Love it, and the hair.
     
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    Matt, what exactly is that armadilla doing behind ya?

    Awesome fit, Rye.
     
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    Sorry for the crappy cell phone pics. First waywt so be easy on my non-dressing ass please.
    Kangol hat
    Benetton shirt
    Hugo Boss tie
    Gap cardigan
    Nudie thinn finns
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    Thank's Pete for helping get these photos up now people let me know what I need to correct with my style.
     
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    bad ass boots getsmart!
     
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    Matt, what exactly is that armadilla doing behind ya?

    Awesome fit, Rye.

    Go see the taxidermy thread in General Chat forum.
     
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    Love your fit.
     
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    I don't want to sound too much like a rye fan boy, but this forum is 10x better with you posting in it.
     
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    Sorry for the crappy cell phone pics. First waywt so be easy on my non-dressing ass please.
    Kangol hat
    Benetton shirt
    Hugo Boss tie
    Gap cardigan
    Nudie thinn finns
    KC captoes
    people let me know what I need to correct with my style.


    It looks to me like your trying a little too hard. The hat and the the tie and the cuffed jeans....it's a little contrived for my taste. I see alot of makeup artists and hair stylists throw down this look in Los Angeles.

    I think you have to decide between the hat and the tie, not both, for starters. Keep the hat and lose the tie, open the top button of the shirt and your look will be a touch more effortless and not overworked. I like the color scheme and the individual items are fine, just stop at 90% of what your looking for.
     
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    RYE That fit is perfect IMO looks great
    HATORI I like the hat ,with the look. good fit
    GETSMART denim JACKET construction is a lil different and sick, nice boots!
    IAMMATT not really liking the colors together, plus cant see the shoes
     
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    It looks to me like your trying a little too hard. The hat and the the tie and the cuffed jeans....it's a little contrived for my taste. I see alot of makeup artists and hair stylists throw down this look in Los Angeles.

    I think you have to decide between the hat and the tie, not both, for starters. Keep the hat and lose the tie, open the top button of the shirt and your look will be a touch more effortless and not overworked. I like the color scheme and the individual items are fine, just stop at 90% of what your looking for.


    Thank you Rye and Smoothie for your honesty. Rye I am going to try your suggestion.
     
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    Man, this is all great. I love the khakis with the dark denim jacket - the orange stitching and the light blue shirt really ties them together. Great fit all-around too. [​IMG]


    Rye, I 'm sure I've said something before, but I love those shoes.
     
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    Ben Sherman oxford collar polo Nudie conny Unis khaki PSxTriumph backzip boot (closeup of back zip + buckle, which is my fave detail on em) [​IMG]
    This makes me want to wear chinos, and I never wear chinos. Also makes me want those boots, which I cannot afford, if even if I did purchase, would inevitably join the swelled ranks of footwear in my closest that I like in theory, but just feel wierd in. Can I buy you one of a Cuervo Black? Tastes great with cola.
     
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    Great example of stacking here!
     
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    Great example of stacking here!
    There's a lot of honeycomb effect going on around the hem which is clearly visible up close. I haven't washed these ever and didn't plan on them being a project, but the color loss is pretty intense.
     
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