Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
Just toss the buttonup and keep the crewneck.
is that a...queefing mermaid?
The "cool dad" look.
I don't know what it is, but I'm really liking Nonnative lately. I know it's just remixed workwear sold at high prices, but all their clothes together look really great.
I could definitely picture myself going full Nonnative this year. I currently own a few of their pieces, and the quality is impeccable.
This particular style is my favourite.
I wish people would stop saying "workwear" when its obviously not. Workwear is just one inspiration in heritage clothing. This is more like a mountaineering look.
I like a lot of collared shirts in theory, but am to a point where I'm passing them over in favor of the above options. Most collared shirts I like don't fit me well, with high armholes being the most common offender.
But there are plenty of examples of collared shirts looking good with leathers in the ToJ thread. It's a fine line between looking good and the look you describe, but it can be done well.
dude, that's totally not workwear
I think the look LA Guy is talking about is more like someone wearing a leather blazer over their collared shirt. I see a lot of nice fits with bombers and ocbds.
or maybe it's just one of those personal things that you can't get behind. Like me with white polos (or any polo for that matter). It reminds me of a highschool uniform and will never wear one
nonnative is great -- i dont know if i can justify the pricing but hey, i also haven't felt the stuff either.
nonnative + soloist + nicelynice would look pretty freaking awsome.
the obvious answer is a tshirt. Flannels and thick, chunky oxfords are pretty easy too.
are the same supporter of bovine consumption from other universe ?
yes. for the record i quite appreciate your fits although i wish better camera most of the time. its hard to be cool in the california wasteland.
It's totally workwear inspired...
^ who works in clothing that looks like that?
why....park rangers do! if they're stylish, overpaid, and live in japan
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