Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
clark kent, I need to know where you keep getting all these awesome side zips from
MY BODY IS READY
Hahaha so do I get a nice red frame in this thread because I'm the OP? Jesus this thing is ugly.
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margiela trainers (no vis)
great stuff ck and nn.
not sure i like the cardi with lapels but fit with everything is great and jeans are awesome!
Got my suit back today, had the sides taken in and the sleeves slimmed. I think having the sleeves slimmed makes them stick to my arms a little more so they look shorter than before. Either that, or my new shirt is too long. edit: yeah too long Still, better than before.
jesus fuckballs that attachment jacket is sweet
Disclaimer: still on the bad photographs: cardigan is actually a mix of red-orange and yellow-orange, and not straight red or washed out, pink-tinted as it looks here, and the jeans are darker. And I am not actually wearing them short, I've just pulled them up so the socks can be seen - although not doubt some people will argue that it is better that they were not! And, no, I don't normally wear the cap inside, it's only for the picture, as is the somewhat rakish angle at which I am wearing it. Oh, and yes, I will get round to tidying that desk sometime... other than that, do your worst!
Tweed driving cap - Hunter's of Brora
Shirt - Ungaro
Tie - vintage knitted wool
Cardigan - Benetton
Jeans - Edwin 505XX selvedge
Socks - no idea
Boots - Loake 1880 Burfords
looks like a costume for a play
too much stuff going on
that's the worst shirt I've ever seen
this is the type of outfit i hate more than all the others. its the type of shit some nerdy kid will smugly wear, thinking he's really well dressed, even though he's wearing an ugly collared shirt, some baggy blazer, a dorky driving cap, boot cut jeans ragged on the ends and flip flops. the cap is fucking awful. the tie is ugly the shirt is ugly hem your jeans
Could be improved by burning the shirt.
Fair enough. I do think of clothes in a costume / performance kind of way.
while im sure you're an eloquent chap, the type of person who wears a driving cap / dresses like that does it to make up for a deficient personality.
does your dog have a deficient personality
You know, while there's fair criticism - i.e. on the clothes and the style - this is the kind of remark must say more about your personality than mine, since you don't know me personally at all. So it's probably best kept to yourself, assuming you don't actually want to come across as both stupid and nasty.
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