What Are You Wearing Now/Today Part I

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Mar 26, 2005.

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  1. cultpop 0217

    cultpop 0217 I, Manface

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    i know i already said it but great hoody ddml^^

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    same old scarf
    vintage dior
    aa v neck
    just like heaven bracelet
    cheap skinny
    vintage cousin eddie

    vintage mom and dad on the wall

    left over shot of my shoes

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    seanchai Senior member

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    drizzt, that jacket is awesome. DDML who is the hoody by? I love it.
     


  3. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Sized Down 2

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    DDML, looking sharp.

    cultpop, I'm kind of a sucker for the fitted-but-sloppy(ish)-buttonup-with-jeans look. It's my go-to outfit pretty much 90% of the time. So take that bias into account when I say this, but I think that may be my favorite outfit you've posted.
     


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    Goblin Senior member

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    No offense, cultpop, but your moms was kinda bumpin.
     


  5. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Big Winner

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    pops, i like that look. you do longsleeved shirts well. very nice. i second saint of sauce's assertion----your best yet.

    seanchai, that there is a spruce classic fit tiger fleece from last season. really warm. glad it is cooling down, finally! twin98945982985 on this forum picked it up for me.
     


  6. BubblyMasquerade

    BubblyMasquerade Senior member

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    i know i already said it but great hoody ddml^^

    [​IMG]

    same old scarf
    vintage dior
    aa v neck
    just like heaven bracelet
    cheap skinny
    vintage cousin eddie

    vintage mom and dad on the wall

    left over shot of my shoes

    [​IMG]


    I'm sorry but I fucking hate those shoes..they are disgusting. THe rest of the outfit it rather good tho.
     


  7. digital_denim

    digital_denim Big Lose

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    ddml nice.

    cultpop, don't listen to anyone, i dig the shoes. You make em work!
     


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    Well I downloaded the manual and figured out my timer.
    So I will start basic as I'm just going to a pub for a quick drink and it's a bit warmer out tonight. So this is casual casual for me.

    Borrelli Navy 3 Button Cotton Zero Padding Sportcoat patch pockets
    ( I just threw it on a nabbed this pic I need to get this jacket pressed but it looks great with no padding when pressed)
    BR Grey Stretch Cotton T Shirt
    AG Jeans Filmore
    Vass Cordovan U last Ankle boots
    Pantherella Navy Socks
    Rolex Sub.

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    xcoldricex Senior member

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    soph looks good, except those jeans look really flared...
     


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    xcoldricex Senior member

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    soph looks good, except those jeans look really flared...
     


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    haha u ware flarez
     


  12. drizzt3117

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    Well I downloaded the manual and figured out my timer.
    So I will start basic as I'm just going to a pub for a quick drink and it's a bit warmer out tonight. So this is casual casual for me.

    Borrelli Navy 3 Button Cotton Zero Padding Sportcoat patch pockets
    ( I just threw it on a nabbed this pic I need to get this jacket pressed but it looks great with no padding when pressed)
    BR Grey Stretch Cotton T Shirt
    AG Jeans Filmore
    Vass Cordovan U last Ankle boots
    Pantherella Navy Socks
    Rolex Sub.

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    I like the look, it's one I use fairly often, yeah, the fillmores have a pretty pronounced bootcut though, which I don't necessarily mind, especially with boots, but in here you're going to get static for it [​IMG]
     


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    I like the look, it's one I use fairly often, yeah, the fillmores have a pretty pronounced bootcut though, which I don't necessarily mind, especially with boots, but in here you're going to get static for it [​IMG]
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    I looked thru some of the pics and I can see how the very tapered thin, straight leg rocker look seems to be a preference.[​IMG] and lots of tennis shoes with jeans. I almost always wear ankle boots or dress shoes with jeans, I keep the kicks for training in the gym. I really don't like tennis shoes with jeans, makes me feel like I'm a little kid although I do like the sport sneakers in suede or various colors, and the puma type racing shoes, just not pure white.. But I do like some of the rebel looks on here and some of the more real world looks where I'm not wearing a Attolini suit and such. Plus I couldn't fit a straight leg jeans as I weight lift alot and my calves just will not get thru there. Peace Dude[​IMG]
     


  14. cultpop 0217

    cultpop 0217 I, Manface

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    thanks for the compliments sauce, dd, digital, and goblin (no offense taken my mom was a looker). [​IMG]

    i am also a big fan of the long sleeved sloppily worn shirt. i have lots of long sleeve tops that i can finally wear now that the weather is getting cooler.

    these shoes are very polarizing but they always get a reaction. im going to keep rocking them.[​IMG]
     


  15. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    [​IMG] I looked thru some of the pics and I can see how the very tapered thin, straight leg rocker look seems to be a preference.[​IMG] and lots of tennis shoes with jeans. I almost always wear ankle boots or dress shoes with jeans, I keep the kicks for training in the gym. I really don't like tennis shoes with jeans, makes me feel like I'm a little kid although I do like the sport sneakers in suede or various colors, and the puma type racing shoes, just not pure white.. But I do like some of the rebel looks on here and some of the more real world looks where I'm not wearing a Attolini suit and such. Plus I couldn't fit a straight leg jeans as I weight lift alot and my calves just will not get thru there. Peace Dude[​IMG]
    Yeah, I lift a lot too and am a somewhat bigger guy so I also can't fit into super skinny jeans, but I've been leaning a bit towards more traditional cuts like 501 repros lately. I tend to avoid a lot of small tennis shoes as well, I like wearing dressier shoes with jeans and have been playing with the looks somewhat. I like boots also but haven't been wearing them quite as often. Lately I've been experimenting with incorporating more formal pieces into casual outfits using pattern or texture to make a more formal outfit more casual. A lot of the time just substituting jeans into an outfit that could be worn to work just doesn't work cleanly, although sometimes it could. If you're interested in expanding your more casual outfit a bit you could look at something like the 5EPs in straight or bootcut, both are cut pretty generously through the thighs and calves, while still maintaining a very clean look, with much better construction than anything you'll buy in a mall/dept store, made of great selvedge denim, arguably the best jeans made in the US. I believe they are a 1947 501 repro, so they have a slightly higher rise, the bootcut is lower rise but not quite to the degree of 7FAM or AG. [​IMG] As you can see from this picture, the bootcut is much more subtle while still being fairly sleek. [​IMG] The straight down is a bit higher rise. [​IMG] They also make the low down bootcut with mild distressing. I own and love these.
     


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