WAYWRN: Classic Menswear, Casual Style

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. JIMB

    JIMB Senior member

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    @SprezzaTrash abandoned rail lines under a bridge... that does sound interesting ;) Outfit looks great, though!
     


  2. SprezzaTrash

    SprezzaTrash Senior member

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    Really photogenic but perhaps I should've done something a bit more streetwear to fit in :p

    Thank you!
     


  3. TheBlackBruceWayne

    TheBlackBruceWayne Senior member

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    Grandfather's WWII "Ike" jacket
    Luxire Shirt
    X Of Pentacles - Colonial Cannon Blast Pocket Square
    Meermin MTO Jodphur Boots in Plum Museum Calf
    Borsalino Felt Travel Fedora
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    ColonialOutfit.jpg
    Boots.jpg
     


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    CBrown85 Senior member

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  5. TheBlackBruceWayne

    TheBlackBruceWayne Senior member

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    Thanks! Very lucky my father managed to keep it so well preserved. About 2 sizes too small but I still throw it on every now and then
     


  6. guldberget

    guldberget Active Member

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    This is great!
     


  7. Roycru

    Roycru Senior member

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    As possibly the only member of this group who has worked for a railroad (and in the Los Angeles area), that is not an "abandoned rail line". The tracks on the in the picture are very busy main line tracks. Anywhere near railroad tracks is not a good place to take pictures.

    Even if you are not standing on, or close to, the tracks, sometimes things fall off of trains, which is why, when you work for the railroad, the rules require you to stand as far as possible from moving trains while still doing your work.

    Depending on the wind direction, sometimes you can't even hear an approaching train.
     


  8. MrVenneri

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