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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. Aaron

    Aaron Senior member

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    Where do you work?
    My guess is Post-apocalyptic logistics management firm.
     
  2. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Senior member

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    LOL, yeah, I'm an actuary for the apocalypse.

    I work at a performing arts theater, so there are actually a lot of weird and interesting places to take pictures. One of these days I'll get up onto the catwalks above the stage and take a pic up there or something. Though I'm not sure what that would accomplish, really. Other than it being fun for me.
     
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    whodini Senior member

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    soundtrack of my day:

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    Soundtrack of my year.
     
  4. Get Smart

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    no doubt..just saw The Rakes a couple months back and they were f'ing awesome
     
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    whodini Senior member

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    no doubt..just saw The Rakes a couple months back and they were f'ing awesome
    I caught them @ Coachella this year in one of the smaller tents. Crowd was maybe 50-100 people and they acted a bit polite for my taste.
     
  6. shellshock

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    this is always my favorite thread everrrr.

    cheap: military sweater = $$$ i like the brown

    x666x: stop taunting me with your shoes -_-
     
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    jet Senior member

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    black suede vans slips
    banana khakis (from many years ago that are slim and dope)
    charcoal rogues shawl collar sweater (ridiculous quality)
     
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    x666x Well-Known Member

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    simple and clean today...

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    soundtrack of my day:

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    AA t-shirt
    APC jeans
    NIKE FOOTSCAPE WOVENs
     
  9. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Senior member

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    x666x, I think that's my favorite look from you yet.
     
  10. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Well, I got a digital camera. Anyway, here I am preparing myself mentally for the day (yesterday). I'll post today's outfit here later:

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    Um, Fred Bare cap, grey striped W+H slim fit hoodie, Jay Allen shirt, Nom de Guerre M65 jacket, Studio D'Artisan SD-D1002, Engineered Garments for Styleforum belt, and Marc Jacobs Vans slip ons in buff white with red (my favorite shoes - they look awesome a little (or a lot) beat up and discolored.
     
  11. Baron

    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Nice look Fok - how are you liking those D-1002s? I have a pair of SD-105 (same as yours but RHT) and I think they're the best fitting jeans I've ever owned. The only thing I might prefer is if my 5ep were a size smaller. The next jeans I buy might be the D-1002, but I think I'll have them tailored to be straight legged from the knee down. I did something similar to some vintage 517 cords and the fit is perfect.
     
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    what size is that m65 la guy
    if ya dont mind me askin
     
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    digital_denim Senior member

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    Happy Thanksgiving you americans.
    I love cold sunny mornings.
    UA duffle from rakuten
    Scarf by Keri
    generic sweater
    Contest Sam's
    Chucks
     
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    [​IMG] 10th Thanksgiving as an Expat of GB. Happy Thanksgiving. Acne Unknown Brand shoes from Scout LA RPM 45 Belt AA V-Neck Great weather for Thanksgiving in Southern Cali, just saw the rainy weather back East on TV, I don't miss that one bit!.
     
  15. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Thanks for the compliment.

    The D1002s are great. I actually like the very slight bootcut. I have pretty large feet (size 11 US, on a 5' 11" frame) and find that the slight bootcut stacked looks better than a tapered or even true straightleg stacked, especially on slimmer jeans. The color from the grey weft is really unique, and it's nice to have a pair of durable LHT jeans that nevertheless have a very soft hand.

    The Nom de Guerre M65 is a medium. For reference, I am a slim but athletic 5'11" with a 6'2-6'3" wingspan, and the fit is perfect, although the lining has ripped at the back of the sleeves (inside, so no biggie at all) because of a slight design flaw. Although there are biswing shoulders, there is no allowance (usually a blox pleat in the lining in suits) to allow for this. I have deceptively larger shoulders (they are pretty broad, but I have slanted shoulders, so they look narrower than they actually are) and even pretty casual movements pull on the shoulder. I have a 39" chest, and I standing straight, the body fits perfectly. Like I said, everything is great excepting that one design flaw.
     
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    yea thanks, i like the fit of it, im 5 11 about 158 (with clothing say a shirt, belt, jeans, and shoes on, no outerwear) i wanted to get one of those maybe..the fit looks quite nice on ya
     
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    i'll put up pics later

    harris tweed
    nameless black sweater
    marooon thermals AA tee
    g-star raw core classic (don't hate, they fit well)
    beat up vans
    messy hair

    happy turkey massacre day
     
  18. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Senior member

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    LA Guy, love it, very similar to my default f/w style as well, though your pieces are better. Which basically makes it superior. Damn you! And the cap looks good. digital_denim, I'm really into the fits you've been posting.
     
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    kitonbrioni Senior member

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    Zegna sportscoat
    JM sweater
    Cavalli jeans
    Prada belt
    Zegna socks
    PS boots
     
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    [​IMG] Hair by Gatsby Scarf from my Grandma Perry Ellis Tie Thirft Peacoat Fitted Black with White Stripes shirt Express Slim fit Raw Denim Pointy Japanese shoes I make Cheap Clothes look good.
     
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