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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. buttonman

    buttonman Senior member

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    like the outfit brett

    what size did you get for the bson?
     
  2. BrettChaotix

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    it's a (very slim-fitting) medium
     
  3. hustlenflo22

    hustlenflo22 Senior member

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    NDG-Jil
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    NDCxroadsalt


    Just a good call...Nice
     
  4. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    my weekend looks.

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    It's all in the quality of details, trim, cut and fabric..

    Maybe like Smooth's jeans?
     
  5. hossoso

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    I hope this gets really ugly...
     
  6. braidkid

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    ^ haha, yes, i'm going to go grab a bag of popcorn after I post my picture here.

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    filippa k trench
    gap shirt
    aa vest
    skull 5010
    ndc


    ok, popcorn in hand.......continue [​IMG]
     
  7. hustlenflo22

    hustlenflo22 Senior member

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    ^Hmph. Braid does it all--how's the fit on that jacket buttoned up?
    still really like those jeans :p
     
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    I hope this gets really ugly...
    No no no. I'm off to Jones for dinner and some socializing. SoCal can vex away in his 300sqft tin can apt and find something else to pick at.[​IMG]
     
  9. LabelKing

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    What makes a shiny Jil Sander shirt better than a shiny Club Monaco?. It's all in the quality of details, trim, cut and fabric. I also didn't have to listen to that awful Ibiza Techno they play at Abercrombie whilst in line to pay.
    You also don't come out smelling like date-rape.
     
  10. Maharlika

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    Thanks! braid I am at the doctor's office as I am posting my reply from my iPhone. I am going to Whole Foods after this wearing the same fit I posted. Maybe Ill have the receptionist take a shot from my phone can so you can have a sense of realism-:)
    Bag- Salvatore Ferragamo
     
  11. Maharlika

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    really liked your last two fits. awesome

    Thanks smoothy504ny--! Didn't see you posting a fit today.
     
  12. braidkid

    braidkid Senior member

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    ^ nice, the bag looks wonderful. more action shots please [​IMG]
     
  13. Maharlika

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    ^ haha, yes, i'm going to go grab a bag of popcorn after I post my picture here

    filippa k trench
    gap shirt
    aa vest
    skull 5010
    ndc


    ok, popcorn in hand.......continue [​IMG]



    Briad-- very nice and different from yesterday's mood.
     
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    No no no. I'm off to Jones for dinner and some socializing. SoCal can vex away in his 300sqft tin can apt and find something else to pick at.[​IMG]

    Too bad. That could have been better than the BerlinReport/Maharlika cage match.


    (to keep myself out of trouble, that was sarcasm--no emoticon needed)
     
  15. Bostonian

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    But I love it when you hit the sweet spot, Saucey. [​IMG]

    Whoooaa on-topic! Typical day for me, no new clothes, imbibing liquor far too early in the day. It IS however almost warm in Michigan, yay! The nigh-permanent layer of snow is retreating from whence it came.

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    Black Cherry... I don't know man... I rock the shaved head as well and I wouldn't go near anything resembling military surplus. It's way too predictable to be perceived as stylish. It's my opinion that surplus gear works well with the juxtaposition of longer funkier hair.
     
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    2/2 with the photos. I'm cool with static backgrounds but the environment captured in a photo adds as much to an outfit as a bandana around the neck.

    No no no. I'm off to Jones for dinner and some socializing. SoCal can vex away in his 300sqft tin can apt and find something else to pick at.[​IMG]
    [​IMG]
     
  18. tiecollector

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    ok marharlika,

    i absolutely love everything you post especially your latest, but let me ask you....

    do you actually go to the grocery store in an outfit like that? Your shots are like straight out of a magazine but don't seem very practical. I want to see some action shots of your everyday life to make it seem less costumie.


    I disagree, so long as he can fit through the doors and get in some sort of vehicle, I don't see the problem with wearing something that stands out. I wish more people would dress with personality. I could never pull off his clothes, but at least he can.
     
  19. jpgm

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    braidboy....super clean fit, really nice.
     
  20. braidkid

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    braidboy....super clean fit, really nice.

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    edit: ahhh, i get it now, nice...
     
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