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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. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    SocalNYC: I dont think I havent liked even one of your business wear. Hope I could dress like that later.


    Later? Why can't you now?
    I just turned 24.
     
  2. Badseeds

    Badseeds Senior member

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    [​IMG] when i get a job... Things seem a lit weird to me if someone wears suits around campus every day...

    Very interesting when the first day I came into my office during a summer internship, my boss stared at my Nn zip shirt and said "thats an interesting one". Kind of scared me....[​IMG]

    Edited: dont get me wrong. : )
     
  3. whodini

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    [​IMG][​IMG] Levi's Thin Finn Purcell
     
  4. lance konami

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    Who, the finns *do* look good~! Good call on the size, you got your actual waist right? (which would be 1" larger than true waist) I find that method makes those jeans fit really nice without being leggings.

    And arent they comfortable as hell? That 2% lycra seriously makes them easy to wear without having any negative 'stretch denim' issues
     
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    Finns look good who.

    +1, finns look great.
     
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    Finns look good who.
    +1, finns look great.

    Thanks. Not bad for ball crushers, eh, lance?

    Who, the finns *do* look good~! Good call on the size, you got your actual waist right? (which would be 1" larger than true waist) I find that method makes those jeans fit really nice without being leggings.

    And arent they comfortable as hell? That 2% lycra seriously makes them easy to wear without having any negative 'stretch denim' issues


    Yeah, I went actual waist per your rec. I was afraid they'd be stiff like the APC NC's I tried on a few months ago but man, that lyrca is killer. It's like wearing pj's. I think I finally found my travelin' jeans.
     
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    Thanks. Not bad for ball crushers, eh, lance?

    Not bad at all. I tried those on recently and I was pretty surprised how comfortable they were. Plenty of room for the junk.
     
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    Not bad at all. I tried those on recently and I was pretty surprised how comfortable they were. Plenty of room for the junk.
    Yeah. The anti-fit really masks the amount of room you have given it's a skinny jean. The top block's pretty damn loose.
     
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    Later? Why can't you now?
    I just turned 24.


    Let's be real man, please. I know it's your style to be ostentatious, but with this comment you cross the line into insulting.
     
  11. Superb0bo

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    not really, but I got quite alot vegetables for a nice wok.. I prefer ajvar on my sandwich actually [​IMG]

    thanks berlin and others.
     
  12. vaclava krishna

    vaclava krishna Senior member

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    Did you buy any Ajvar? It´s quite good on pasta [​IMG]

    /TKL



    Which maker, do you prefer ?
     
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    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Let's be real man, please. I know it's your style to be ostentatious, but with this comment you cross the line into insulting.

    How is the quoted comment either insulting or ostentatious? One of us is missing something.
     
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    I'm generally more of an "other thread" kind of guy, but because I've got a mad crossover (and more to the point, had some time on Saturday to play around with my camera, which I generally don't on weekday mornings), here's lawyerdad's debut (I think) in the streetwear waywn:



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    Penguin
    dior homme
    addidas
     
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    Could you fix the photo links so that we can get a better view of this maddness?
     
  17. chronoaug

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    Whodini, i like the look of those finns. I really need a pair of traveling jeans, as you put it. The only thing that worried me about them was the giant back pockets and the really low yoke. I haven't been able to try them on and i was a bit worried how the back would look. Hopefully i can try a pair on if i go to new york next month. I like the skinnier look on you though.

    Drizzt, i guess it's just a difference of opinion. I just don't like the way those jeans look from the mid shin down. I guess some people like the bigger bootcut, but i guess i'm just not a big fan of it. I don't think some slight stacking would be bad for him as he's pretty slim. Slight stacking would also make his shoes look smaller as well without having weird bunching. It's funny how a good fitting pair of jeans can change everything. Razuel looks 10-15 lbs slimmer with the new fit.
     
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    How is the quoted comment either insulting or ostentatious? One of us is missing something.

    I think he means that not all of us have the $$$ SoCal does for clothes.
     
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    The cuffing is a bit extreme for me, lawyerdad. It's probably because they stack too much, but if that's the case i think hemming them a tiny bit (so they're still about 2 inches longer than normal inseam) would work good. It look like you cuffed them a bunch a times. the fit on them look pretty solid though. I'm not a fan of the shoes, but that's just my thing i guess, but the shirt seems to fit pretty well.
     
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