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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. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    [​IMG] ^^ This place needs to burn to the ground. Sincerely, Los Angeles
     


  2. warlok1965

    warlok1965 Senior member

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  3. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    Like the color of the shoes! Considering that you're wearing a waistcoat, the unbuttoned spread collar looks a little off to me. Maybe buttoning it up and putting on a tie would fix that.
     


  4. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    It's the Han Solo look, come on
     


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    Like the color of the shoes! Considering that you're wearing a waistcoat, the unbuttoned spread collar looks a little off to me. Maybe buttoning it up and putting on a tie would fix that.

    I fear that if I start wearing ties to work I will upset the egalitarian camaraderie with my two business partners by excessively outdressing them. However it is my goal to gradually, imperceptibly, raise the dress standard in our office to the point where I can bust out some ties. Encouragingly I've noticed improvement in the shoe department recently.

    It's the Han Solo look, come on

    Hahaha, crap that's the first thing I thought when I looked in the mirror this morning, then I said, "Nah, nobody will think that".
     


  7. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    I fear that if I start wearing ties to work I will upset the egalitarian camaraderie with my two business partners by excessively outdressing them. However it is my goal to gradually, imperceptibly, raise the dress standard in our office to the point where I can bust out some ties. Encouragingly I've noticed improvement in the shoe department recently.



    Good luck! I've been trying in my office for about 8 months.... to no avail. But now that I get to boss around 2 people, at least 3 of us look professional [​IMG]
     


  8. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    [​IMG] and cuffed [​IMG] I need to get my hair cut this weekend
     


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    ^ I don't think the cuffing really helps... I think you should hem them and buy jeans with a narrower leg opening for stacking.
     


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    Are you just breaking into those Eason? They appear to be a little too long. Not stacking too well it seems.
     


  11. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    Drizzt: These were supposed to have a narrow leg opening (slight taper), but they were a little bigger than DB's measurements. The tag recommends buying a size up due to washing shrinkage of 2% after 2-3 washes, but I'm not sure they're talking about regular raw jeans shrinkage or something else- since these are raw and bleed, but have some pre treated details.

    Glory Daze: Yup, I got them in the mail literally yesterday
     


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    Maybe you could folsom cuff them a la GetSmart?

    Also since we now know your secret identity from the first pic, why bother with whiteout in the second?
     


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    Drizzt: These were supposed to have a narrow leg opening (slight taper), but they were a little bigger than DB's measurements. The tag recommends buying a size up due to washing shrinkage of 2% after 2-3 washes, but I'm not sure they're talking about regular raw jeans shrinkage or something else- since these are raw and bleed, but have some pre treated details.

    Glory Daze: Yup, I got them in the mail literally yesterday


    2% isn't going to do much... honestly I still think TFs would be the best jean for what you're trying to accomplish... that or 19cms.
     


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    So, this is my second time posting here [​IMG] I've been trying to learn, hope I learned.
    Just something pretty casual to walk around the town with.
    What do you think? I think I should hem the jeans, but I kind of like the stacking, but when I'm not wearing shoes it's a bit too long.

    What do ya think? What should I do besides a haircut?
     


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    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    I really like that, except for the shoes. Look a little bit clunky w/ the black stripe.
     


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