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What are you really wearing?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Fuuma, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. slide13

    slide13 Senior member

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    Wow, old thread...can't believe what I posted back in '09. Now it's a little different. I don't go for a wide variety of stuff, rather I go deep in brands I really like. So my 3 or more list is only:

    - Engingeered Garments
    - Gitman
    - RRL
    - Quoddy

    That really comes to about 3 pair of Quoddys, 5 pieces from RRL, 7 Gitman shirts (used to be more before size change), and I think it's around 22 pieces from EG. And that sums up what I wear pretty well except footwear (wear Alden and Whites a lot, just don't need 3 of them for that).
     
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2013
  2. Notre

    Notre Senior member

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    3 or more.

    Raf Simons
    Patrik Ervell
    Stephan Schneider
    Common Projects
    Uniqlo
    Isaora

    Need to buy more from Ute Ploier though and maybe some more Jil.
     
  3. thatguymj

    thatguymj Senior member

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    SF Bay Area
    MMM
    Geller
    Patrick Ervell
    Junya
    Uniqlo
    W+H
    Jcrew
    Thom Browne
    BoO
    RL
    CP
    Nike

    Probably some others that I'm forgetting
     
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  4. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    3 or more:

    Work clothes - Epaulet, WvG, Brooks Bros, Alden
    Other clothes - ToJ, MMM, Schneider, Raf, Ervell, John Elliott, W+H, SNS, Uniqlo
     
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  5. Superb0bo

    Superb0bo Senior member

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    gant rugger (loads of shirts)
    lands end (hyde park ocbd´s ,rugby and "fleece" sportscoat"
    orvis (slim fit khakis)
    Fjällräven (jackets and bags)
    our legacy (shirts, blazer and overcoat)
     
  6. surrender

    surrender Senior member

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    Houston, TX
    Our Legacy (two shirts, two sweaters, pair of loafers)
    BoO (shirts)
    APC (black overdye PS, brown chelsea boots, button-up)
    Everlane (tees)
    H&M (tees, cardigans)
    Uniqlo (heattech tees, ocbds, pants)
    Geller Seconds (tees)

    need more Schneider - only have two buttondowns.
     
  7. Big Pun

    Big Pun Senior member

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    Levi's
    Petar Petrov
    MMM
    Raf Simons
    TOJ
    Epaulet
    l(!)w Brand
    Dry Bones
    F+B
    Marc Jacobs
     
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  8. troika

    troika Senior member

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    Canali
    Brooks Bros
    RLPL
    RRL
    Polo
    Tellason
    Ovadia
    New Balance
    Nike
    JCrew
     
  9. MyOtherLife

    MyOtherLife Senior member

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    My '3 or more' (SW&D only) List:

    • Allen Edmonds (shoes -at least a dozen pair)
    • Armani (shirts)
    • Boss (denim jacket & 3 pr shoes)
    • Brooks Brothers (shirts)
    • Burberry (1rain & 1 trench coats, shirts & pants)
    • Canali (3 pr shoes)
    • Cole Haan (shoes & chukkas)
    • Converse (3 pr canvas sneakers)
    • Diesel (jeans)
    • Dolce & Gabbana (military jacket, shirts & 1 pr monk straps)
    • ETRO (shirts)
    • Florsheim (vintage boots & shoes -many pairs)
    • Gucci (shoes, jacket)
    • John Varvatos (3 pr shoes)
    • Lacoste (polo shirts)
    • Prada (3 pr sneakers & 1 pr ankle boots)
    • Ralph Lauren (Polo shirts, shoes & canvas sneakers)
    • Sperry's (deck shoes -3 pair)
    • Tilley Endurables (shirts, shorts, pants, tackle vest)
    • Tod's ( 3 pr shoes)
    • Versace (shirts, jeans & summer suit)
    • Zegna (shirts, shoes)
     
  10. jet

    jet Senior member

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    dafuc
     
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  11. Peter1

    Peter1 Senior member

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    Paris
    Engrd Grmnts
    La panoplie
    Blue in Green chinos and denim house brand
    Brooks bros slim fit ocbds
    Epaulet
    Gitman vintage
    AA tees
    Uniqlo oxfords

    Rest is random
     
  12. crosswound

    crosswound Senior member

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    what i wear most days just engineered garments blue chambray work shirt, apc new standards, and alden #8 ptb. :stirpot:
     
  13. Riley Dee

    Riley Dee Senior member

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    My 3 or more:

    • Oxxford
    • Brooks Brothers
    • Hamilton Shirtmakers
    • Incotex
    • Mabitex
    • APC
    • J Crew
    • Common Projects
    • Alden
    • Allen Edmonds
    • Magnanni
    • Too Boot New York
    • Clarks
    • New Balance
    • Adidas Originals
    • Nike
    • Vans
    • Converse

    Work uniform tends to be blazer, HS shirt, Incotex/Mabitex pants, (Alden, AE, Magnanni, TBNY) dress shoes, and a vintage WWII era Omega watch. I am all over the place in my casual clothes.
     
    Last edited: Jun 16, 2013

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