Show us how you roll in Engineered Garments

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. eluther

    eluther Senior member

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    were you aware your belt and shoes don't match? :foo:

    or have you forsaken CM all together?
     
  2. Cotton Dockers

    Cotton Dockers Senior member

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    I am quite a rebel.
     
  3. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    I must ask you to stop all this poasting before you severely dampen my ability to impress with that jacket. :(
     
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    older homespun bedford (fw11?)
    fw12 polka dot bathrobe
    fw13 reversible pants
    danner ML2s
     
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  5. AlexanderTG

    AlexanderTG Senior member

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    Gary @Drinkwaters was right: it *is* a great "gig shirt".

    :)

    EG AW13 corduroy paisley western shirt
    SLP jeans
    CCP derbies.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing. Great hair mbaum.
     
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  9. agvs

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    Cruiser (SS, not sure what year)
    Knit jacket (SS14)
    Floral 19th C. BD (SS14)
    Wool/Cotton Cinch Pant (SS13? maybe, not sure)
     
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  10. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    ugh, so much awesome!

    love how the jacket really calms down the severity of the patterns up top.
     
  11. mbaum

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    Completely agree - great contrast of calm and collected stuff on top with EG crazy [attern clash underneath that, at least in the pic, warrants that "What the heck is this?" second-look greatness. Well done!
     
  12. agvs

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    Thanks guys. I'm getting either love or hate where I've posted this fit. I can't say either side is wrong! The clashing is bound to be polarizing. Sometimes with EG I just wanna go for it though and I really enjoy wearing it this way.
     
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    Not me, but the guys (and girl) from the EG store in Tokyo. Kazu, Yamazaki, Tera, Itikawa, and Tanaka, wearing all FW14.
     
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    Pretty much only joined for the EG and Nepenthes/ Needles threads so thought I should contribute.

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    EG
    Needles Rebuild
    Converse 1970

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    EG Bedford and Fatigues
    Bedwin shirt
    Bape centre seams
     
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    Good stuff. Welcome!
     

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