(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. Violinist

    Violinist Senior member

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    I am the Modern Man:

    Jil Sander grey peacoat
    Jil Sander slate nylon windbreaker
    Jil Sander white shirt
    Jil Sander blue tie
    Jil Sander grey cotton trousers
    Jil Sander navy sneakers
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    You look like Tucker Max.
     
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    Quatsch Senior member

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    Edit: Perhaps I should have rethought this decision.
     
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    Homi - what I can see looks good. Sort of glad the fedora isn't visible though.
    SoCal - Everything but the tie looks spot on.
    Quatsch - Sweater looks a little short, but that could be the way you're standing. Too bad we can't see shoes and pants.
     
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    RLPL
    RRL
    Red Wing
    Nudie
    J&M

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    Violinist Senior member

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    RLPL
    RRL
    Red Wing
    Nudie
    J&M

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    I like the fit of your jeans, it's an improvement.
     
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    That's a great fit on those Nudies, Drizz.
     
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    I like the fit of your jeans, it's an improvement.
    They're kind of relaxed now, I've had that pair for a little while. I prefer them to be a bit more tapered than that. My fav pair at the moment is my KMWs. The AJs are good for tucking shirts into, though.
     
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    Quatsch - Sweater looks a little short, but that could be the way you're standing. Too bad we can't see shoes and pants.
    Probably a combo of the goofy angle at which I'm standing/holding the camera and the fact that the shirt I'm wearing under it is very long. The sweater really ends about an inch below the button of my pants.
     
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    hm fedora no vis
    schott
    uniqlo henley tee
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    is that the classic schott 32. oz peacoat? i like the fit. what size is it?
     
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    They're kind of relaxed now, I've had that pair for a little while. I prefer them to be a bit more tapered than that. My fav pair at the moment is my KMWs. The AJs are good for tucking shirts into, though.

    Big legs makes buying good jeans very hard. I've heard that some athletes have bespoke jeans. I wonder who does this.
     
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    homi Senior member

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    is that the classic schott 32. oz peacoat? i like the fit. what size is it?
    its a sz 36 but it's a japanese model (753US) so it fits a bit shorter/slimmer than the normal us ones
     
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    Big legs makes buying good jeans very hard. I've heard that some athletes have bespoke jeans. I wonder who does this.

    Yeah... it can be somewhat hard but I've been able to wear most denim as long as the rise isn't particularly high. I have narrow hips so I suppose that helps. The worst part for me is the calves.
     
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    its a sz 36 but it's a japanese model (753US) so it fits a bit shorter/slimmer than the normal us ones

    Oh cool, whered yuo get it?
     
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    Yeah... it can be somewhat hard but I've been able to wear most denim as long as the rise isn't particularly high. I have narrow hips so I suppose that helps. The worst part for me is the calves.

    yea calves and quads
     
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    Jeans tucked in is not working for you.

    +1
     
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