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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. Asch

    Asch Senior member

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    He has an extremely geometrical face shape, straighter lines than most. Boxy glasses emphasize that. Whether or not that's a good thing is in the eye of the beholder.
    Yes, I think that captures it perfectly. The glasses make his face look too severe, in my opinion, but obviously many disagree.
     


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    Yes the belt is Tanner, and it has the key hook. Sometimes it comes undone and anyways, it came off today in one of the worst possible places. I was climbing a nearby mountain with a friend and we were hiking through the woods, and not really on trails or anything. I got down to the car at 1 hour before sunset to realize my keys were lost on the mountain. It's about 36.50 sq miles of mountain (calculated in my head while looking for the keys). We had only one hour to run back through downtown Stone Mountain, GA and back up the mountain to where the keys may have fallen. I finally gave up and we were about to come back down when I FOUND MY KEYS. We made it back to the car right after sunset and it was starting to get cold. The leather key hook from Tanner got wet and I don't think it will ever look right again but I may eventually oil the belt, keyhook, and wallet together.

    Since the hook isn't effective I may end up splurging on the one from the Flat Head.


    I dunno about you but I found my Tanner key thing to be impractical in general. It's too long and your keys just bounce around making a racket. Also, the snap broke pretty early on (they fixed it free of charge). I was entertaining the thought of spending a bunch of money on a designer key thing and then I though wait, it's a key thing, and went to my local hardware store and got one for $2.99 and haven't looked back.
     


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    xchen Senior member

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    Dougie, I had them cut mine shorter than they usually do. It's less than 1/2 the size of the usual one and they included it free as the SUFU special. Overall, I wish I went with Corter but I didnt know about him yet then. I am going to get some Corter stuff later on in the year.
     


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    lulz had no idea i'd be waking up to this...err i don't really have anything to say about the subject that hasn't been covered already. so yeahhh....
     


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    Fade to Black Senior member

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    [​IMG] t-shirt - Yohji Yamamoto pants - Gap sneakers - Margiela
     


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    hossoso Coward and P*ssy

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    The shoes match too well with the pants, everything else is on point as always.
     


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    hossoso Coward and P*ssy

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    the only thing i dont get is posting the same picture in thirty what are you wearings

    What are you talking about? Just to clarify...
     


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    gah i knew that would be a problem in the picture. Not to take the drizzt stance, but IRL the pants are a darker shade of khaki...there's more contrast to the bottom half if you were to actually see it.
     


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    Easter

    Jacket: Maison Martin Margiela
    Pants: Maison Martin Margiela
    Suede Monk Boots: Maison Martin Margiela
    Shirt: Valentino
     


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    Dougie, I had them cut mine shorter than they usually do. It's less than 1/2 the size of the usual one and they included it free as the SUFU special. Overall, I wish I went with Corter but I didnt know about him yet then. I am going to get some Corter stuff later on in the year.

    Oh I totally would have done that had I thought of it. You're still not excited about it, though, even with the modification?

    I got a Corter snap wallet earlier this year and I love it--the leather's great, the construction is top-notch, and it's right in my wheelhouse aesthetically. Thing is, it's punching a hole in my pants at an alarming rate. The pants, on average, cost more than the wallet, so I'm punting on the latter and am back to using my J Fold wallets day to day. Your results may vary.
     


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    Easter

    Jacket: Maison Martin Margiela
    Pants: Maison Martin Margiela
    Suede Monk Boots: Maison Martin Margiela
    Shirt: Valentino

    What? No picture? [​IMG]
     


  13. kitonbrioni

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    Brioni overcoat
    NM sweater
    Oxxford pant
    MD buckle
    NM socks
    testoni penny-loafers
     


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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    gah i knew that would be a problem in the picture. Not to take the drizzt stance, but IRL the pants are a darker shade of khaki...there's more contrast to the bottom half if you were to actually see it.

    to take a drizzt stance you'd need to put on about 500lbs in your arms

    [​IMG]
     


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    The shoes are LL Bean handsewn blucher mocs. They start out really stiff but break in to be extremely soft and comfy.

    xchen - I've been scoping those for a while... How does the sizing run (compared to chucks or ae, etc)? Did you get them from their website?
     


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