(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. Saucemaster

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    FUCK YEAH, Rye's back.

    Pretty sure I've said it before, but I always love that VB jacket.
     
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    Rye, when are we going to see those fancy pants RAF jeans in this thread?
     
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    Rye GB Angry Englishman

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    Rye, when are we going to see those fancy pants RAF jeans in this thread?

    I'm still feeling a bit under the weather, there's nothing worse than a sickly loser in "flashy" pants. I need a few more vitamins before squeezing into those again.
     
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    ^^What jeans, Rye?
     
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    CM= Cheap Monday
     
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    Rye GB Angry Englishman

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    ^^What jeans, Rye?
    Cheap Mondays. I got these around 2 years ago when they first hit Fred Segal. I haven't worn them much, but during my current "sickly" need for comfort period these fit the bill with the "Mega Stretch" denim. I've worn them 3 days straight and I forgot how easy they lose color.
     
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    FlatHead fit pics [​IMG] [​IMG] New Digging the fit (already soaked)
    What flatheads are those, they fit you really well. And do you have any other jeans to compare to?
     
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    F310 size 31. My actual waist = 32. I wear apc ns in 29 and ndg classic in 30 for example.

    Hrm. They are most like KMWx1980 but a tiny bit slimmer and tiny bit lower rise.
     
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    [​IMG] APC ACNE BOSS [​IMG] +COSTUMENATIONAL
     
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    Jeans to slim compared to your top half = Chicken legs.
    Look at that guys pictures before you take his advice...
     
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    I totally agree with halifamous. I rather have "chicken legs" and be 6'2 than some chubby 5'2 dude.
     
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    I hate the term chicken legs...I envy halifamous' frame, makes pulling off quite a few things a lot easier...
     
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    Yeah, it's give and take though. I have a very large chest and big shoulders, so volume tops don't really look good on me. I can't do the skinny-boy Julius/Ann Dem thing at all.
     
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    "Chicken legs" are relative. If you have a slim frame all around--narrow shoulders, chest, and hips, with a small waist--then "chicken legs" will be proportional. If you have upper body development without corresponding lower body development, you'll get the chicken leg effect. Unless you dress very carefully, you will NOT look proportional. I think Serg has a point. The question for anyone who's worried about whether he has chicken legs is whether he actually cares. It's a recognized look that fades in and out of fashion. There are some interesting big-on-top, skinny-on-bottom silhouettes.

    (I can hear whodini's teeth grinding at my phrasing there... [​IMG] )
     
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