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show us your closet

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by driveslowk, Jun 5, 2009.

  1. jaydc7

    jaydc7 Senior member

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    ^ do you like the hanging trouser racks? Are they a pain to use? That'd save me some space

    They're great for pressed pants and I don't find them to be a hassle.
     
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    Having too many tall boots makes for a storage problem, I've found. Can't take advantage of high-density shoe storage.
     
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    Do you mind low-res photos? I don't really have a camera but I have a phone.
     
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    Only high-res photos are allowed. Any low resolution photos will be deleted.
     
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    [​IMG]

    [​IMG] @ the pinkpantser'd laundry basket.
     
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    My closet is temporary at the moment, since I'm renovating my bedroom. Mostly MFSC & EG, with a little MTM, RRL, and 45RPM [​IMG] Denimz (MFSC, NdG, Chimala, BR, + EG wool, Monogram suit) [​IMG] Shoes (TBCx3, PF Flyers, MOMA, Corcoran) [​IMG]
     
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    ^ nice. what are the jackets? I know the first two are MFSC peacoat and shore jacket. what are the other 3?
     
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    my wardrobe is worth 20-30K now but looks like fuckin spew.
     
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    ^ nice. what are the jackets? I know the first two are MFSC peacoat and shore jacket. what are the other 3?

    Thanks. L-R are EG black cord Andover, Spiewak shirt jacket, Garbstore chambray deck blouson.
     
  12. toothsomesound

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    My closet is temporary at the moment, since I'm renovating my bedroom.

    Mostly MFSC & EG, with a little MTM, RRL, and 45RPM
    [​IMG]

    Denimz (MFSC, NdG, Chimala, BR, + EG wool, Monogram suit)
    [​IMG]

    Shoes (TBCx3, PF Flyers, MOMA, Corcoran)
    [​IMG]


    Beautiful!
     
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    the natural wood on wood looks really cool zissou.

    p.s. I've never seen "Rushmore" wtf i need to get to that I never even knew it existed
     
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    Piranhas are a very tricky species.
     
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    I think ghulkhan has the most expensive wardrobe estimated at about 60k or so at least.
     
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    i ment to post here as well but couldnt find the thread. Pants and shoes are missing, and wouldnt fit. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Zissou, nice stuff! surprisingly sparse, I got like 25 pairs of shoes Im supposed to rotate (but in reality only use 5 for summer and 5 for winter).
     
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    Beautiful!
    Cheers, ARW!

    needs more chambray
    Hey, I'm trying to prevent a complete chambray takeover. You didn't even see my chambray pajamas and bed sheets.

    the natural wood on wood looks really cool zissou.

    p.s. I've never seen "Rushmore" wtf i need to get to that I never even knew it existed

    What is wrong with you? [​IMG]

    Piranhas are a very tricky species.
    [​IMG] Are you having piranha shoes made or something? I used to have a piranha, but to tell the truth, my dog ate it.

    Zissou, nice stuff! surprisingly sparse, I got like 25 pairs of shoes Im supposed to rotate (but in reality only use 5 for summer and 5 for winter).
    Thanks, Bobo. I try to be a bit of a minimalist. I can't stand knowing that there is stuff hanging in my closet (or in my house in general) that isn't getting any use. I only have stuff that I like 100%.
     
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    Granted, this isn't the MC side of the forum, but I'm still surprised by the lack of shoe trees in these footwear photos. Why spend a few hundred bucks on a pair of shoes and then omit the $25 trees that will dramatically extend the shoes' lifespan and appearance?
     
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    don't baby your shoes cocktoe fadez and honeycombz dawg
     

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