(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. yerfdog

    yerfdog Senior member

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    Many. Ever heard of South America? No? Central America? Maybe you'd like to visit my country's capital. I hear downtown's something reallll special for tourists after dark.
    Oh well yeah in those old colonial sections of latin american cities yes, fine you might get knifed and robbed by a prostitute's buddies on the pedestrian section of avenida central i guess But my guess is the worst sections of North Philly have patchy potholed asphalt streets, not 200 year-old stone paving edit: why do i always attempt to derail topics without knowing it
     


  2. The_Mayor

    The_Mayor Well-Known Member

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    Now, now boys... time for everyone to cool off.

    Nothing too sartorially adventuresom this weekend. 100 degrees today in Austin.

    Today's effort:
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    OK, I know everyone's gonna say the hips look too wide on the jeans. Working on it-- I have really wide hips for a guy. Gonna buy some new jeans in NYC next weekend.

    Saturday:
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    off to uni [​IMG] zara cardigan RL polos nudie aj jeans onitsuka tiger shoes oris watch oakley glasses
     


  4. evilgeniusdan

    evilgeniusdan Senior member

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    The_Mayor: Quick suggestion.. working out to expand your chest and wearing slightly less fitted tops will help to balance out your figure. Unfortunately right now, a lot of attention is drawn to your hips.
     


  5. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    nerd alert.

    Cool it Rice Boy. (Said as I just got back from seeing Stardust)

    In closing, I'd like to repeat the words of my now-life partner Edmorel:

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    I'd take you seriously, but you wear red patent loafers and a goofy velvet oversice bow tie.


    Okay Mr. Constructive Criticism...lay it on me. I'd love to see the pearls of wisdom you have against some of the most refreshing things (read: Lanvin)in menswear.
     


  6. Connemara

    Connemara [URL='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jST2Sv63WQ']

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    Cool it Rice Boy. (Said as I just got back from seeing Stardust)



    Okay Mr. Constructive Criticism...lay it on me. I'd love to see the pearls of wisdom you have against some of the most refreshing things (read: Lanvin)in menswear.


    If refreshing means gaudy and visually offensive, then...well, I guess so.
     


  7. PG2G

    PG2G Senior member

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    Not today, but something I just found from last weekend. [​IMG] You can kinda see how blue the suminandos really are.
     


  8. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Sized Down 2

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    ^^^ Awesome.

    The fit is solid (nice proportions, casual and unforced), but mostly that's just a great shot. And, as someone who generally hates children, I'd like to say that that kid (is he yours?) is... dare I say it... pretty cute. :shudder:
     


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    Homme Senior member

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    I think we're being had. If that were a real Thom Brown cloak we'd be able to see his ankles.

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  10. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    If refreshing means gaudy and visually offensive, then...well, I guess so.

    Whatever you say Mrs. Landsbury.
     


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    They Mayor, as much as I love Polo and feel it's simply classic, that shirt is just obnoxious. The branding is too "in your face" and just too big. The jeans would look fine if you wore them a bit lower.

    Cosmos, maybe it's just the picture but that cardi looks WAY too tight. Otherwise nice fit if you would have a sized up cardi.

    P2G2, that's awesome. Looks effortless and simple as it should.
     


  12. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    Cool it Rice Boy. (Said as I just got back from seeing Stardust)

    Stardust was so f'ing great. Followed the book perfectly without a lot of major re-interpretation. I read it when it first published and thought it would make an amazing movie, and I was stoked to see it finally realized.
     


  13. Bergdorf Goodwill

    Bergdorf Goodwill Senior member

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    As someone who thinks designer hype is almost universally bullshit, I'll cosign on Lanvin being nice stuff -- you'd wear the shit out of some of their overcoats, Connemara. It isn't all purple bowties.
     


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    Thanks. He's actually my nephew.
     


  15. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Okay Mr. Constructive Criticism...lay it on me. I'd love to see the pearls of wisdom you have against some of the most refreshing things (read: Lanvin)in menswear.

    I prefer constructive criticism for what people post here as this thread is called "What Are You Wearing Now/Today" the last time I checked.

    I find it rather humorous that you assume to know my tastes. Why do you believe I have a particular disdain for Lanvin? Why do you believe I have something against "some of the most refreshing things in menswear?" What have I said to give you this impression?

    I mean, just look at Lanvin:
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