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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. xchen

    xchen Senior member

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    Especially navy blazer with white pants/jeans.
     
  2. pinoy

    pinoy Senior member

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    [​IMG] Cloak hoodie Vintage scarf Rick tee Dior jeans Officine Creative boots Jas MB bag Can anyone give me some comments and thoughts on this outfit? Thanks!
     
  3. braidkid

    braidkid Senior member

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    ^ I like it. Can't think of anything constructive to say.
     
  4. brlfvr

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    +1 Pinoy this is very nice. Great hoodie and boots.
     
  5. constant struggle

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    apc jacket
    nom de guerre shawl collar
    uniqlo henley
    apc jeans
    vans sneakers
     
  6. Arethusa

    Arethusa Senior member

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    [​IMG] Cloak hoodie Vintage scarf Rick tee Dior jeans Officine Creative boots Jas MB bag Can anyone give me some comments and thoughts on this outfit? Thanks!
    Is this color accurate or did your camera red shift everything? Your color palette is excellent if this is real, but looking at your white balance...
     
  7. Saucemaster

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    Is this color accurate or did your camera red shift everything? Your color palette is excellent if this is real, but looking at your white balance...

    I was just gonna say, awesome color palette, but it's hard to tell if it's being represented accurately.

    Pinoy, the silhouette is great, too.
     
  8. Conrad

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    Conrad - The rise on those is a little ridiculous. At least don't tuck your shirt in, it only exacerbates the problem. Makes me think "dad".

    Well, the rise isn't extreme, I'm just short. They actually have a little less front rise than 501's. However, I don't have much of a choice as I run into comfort issues with low rise pants. I prefer some "room to breathe" which any sort of "classic cut" low rise jean I've tried just doesn't have.

    Then just looking at what else I'm wearing; I wouldn't exactly say I'm going for a contemporary look either. Just wait until I bust out the pearl snaps [​IMG]
     
  9. maclovin

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    simple...

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    This fit is terrible. Do not let your children try this at home.
     
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    Well, the rise isn't extreme, I'm just short. They actually have a little less front rise than 501's. However, I don't have much of a choice as I run into comfort issues with low rise pants. I prefer some "room to breathe" which any sort of "classic cut" low rise jean I've tried just doesn't have.

    Then just looking at what else I'm wearing; I wouldn't exactly say I'm going for a modern or urban look either. Just wait until I bust out the pearl snaps [​IMG]


    I understand that you're short and prefer higher rise jeans, but the jean fit just doesn't look very good. They seem like they're a size big too. I don't think the fit of the shirt or the jacket are helping you much either. Maybe comfy, but everything seems like you sized up for "comfort" and not in a good way.


    pinoy- Yes! Love every bit of it.
     
  11. BubblyMasquerade

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    This fit is terrible. Do not let your children try this at home.

    QUOTED FOR MOFUCKInG TRUTH NIGGA>
     
  12. Rye GB

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    First timer here. Figured it was a nice day to bust out the basics, see how they go over. First pic is sans jacket, obviously. Shirt is a CPO that has been in active rotation since 1972 (13 years older than I am), pants are raw 517's, boots are issue jungle boots that have been in rotation since 1985. [​IMG] Jacket was a last minute addition since it was cooler than I thought this morning. Berman's suede blazer, circa mid to late 1950's. I typically don't pair it with a black shirt, but I think it works in the end. [​IMG]
    2/10[​IMG] Sorry but this belongs in the below average can't coordinate, no sense of color or proportion forum. If you want to keep trying, fair play but please do some research, read some fashion mag's and stop making me feel bad for saying that these outfits, especially the suede jacket are tragic.
     
  13. LA Guy

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    First Post (i.e. help me SF!) Sorry about photo

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    Never, ever, iron your jeans. Unless you are a bonafide cowboy. Or farmer. And those are your bonafide dress jeans. And you are going out for a nice dinner with the missus. Only excuses (and good ones they are.)
     
  14. hustlenflo22

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    As usual, details and watch porn in the blog. (cross-post from MC)
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    That double-breasted blazer has a fantastic fit--who makes it? Overall fantastic fits...I'm surprised there aren't more people praising this
    ^ I like it. Can't think of anything constructive to say.
    Yep, just looks good. Period.
    [​IMG] apc jacket nom de guerre shawl collar uniqlo henley apc jeans vans sneakers
    How are you liking that jacket? Fit on the jeans looks pretty nice.
     
  15. keykoo

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    Wow, that was awesome Pinoy. Totally makes up for the horrible Dior jeans fit a while back XD
     
  16. constant struggle

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    Singular - REALLY Nice fits
    hustlenflo22 - I really like that jacket, I like that I can wear it with my business casual as well for work... it is a bit boxy though, fits very well in chest/shoulders i must say
     
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    That double-breasted blazer has a fantastic fit--who makes it? Overall fantastic fits...I'm suirprised there aren't more people praising this
    I've seen a few posts from this guy, he's very well put together, really good, something I could never achieve. His look reminds me of all the suave Italian fabric salesman at Premier Vision in Paris. I like the 3rd outfit from the left and far right. This is a 9/10 for me.
     
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    I think singular dresses extremely well, the only thing is that it seems like the fits are uncomfortable. They are so well fitting that they come across as constricting. How's the movement in your fits singular?
     
  19. Saucemaster

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    I think singular dresses extremely well, the only thing is that it seems like the fits are uncomfortable. They are so well fitting that they come across as constricting. How's the movement in your fits singular?

    I see what you're talking about, and I think some of it is just the result of the somewhat stiff pose. IIRC singular's posted some outfits in the past where he was a little more relaxed, and he looked eminently comfortable in the clothes.

    One of my favorites on the forum, definitely.
     
  20. Black Cherry

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    Don't have much to say about Singular because his shit is so obviously rad, but I especially love the colorful pieces such as the red turtleneck and yellow slacks.
     
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