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. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Senior member

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    there ya go
     


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    Let's start a pool to get LA Guy a camera. I'll pitch in $20.
     


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    Rye GB Angry Englishman

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    Oh shit!, Aside from the shoes I guess I fit the Heritage hipster back from the wilderness vibe. That's gonna hurt me all day!.

    4 Pocket snap front cotton flannel shirt-Surface To Air-Purchased from a store on Hillhurst in Los Feliz (Cool store). $120 approx.
    APC Cures-Ebay $80
    Nike Jordan 1-Ebay $100
    Studded Brown distressed leather belt-Rose Bowl $60


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    usual shit....thin finns, target Mossimo oxford, PS boots

    broke out my 'rocknroll' belt that I had made 7 years ago. The guy that makes(made) them for FredSegal/HTC made this one for me. Burgundy stingray leather 'peanut' patches with jeweled music notes and initials "DFJ" studded in the back. I guess most doods know these as "Balatzar-type" belts but the 50s rocknroll/rockabilly scene had been wearing these for quite a while before it blew up into the 'mainstream' and rich Bev Hills doods/chicks started wearing em in LA (ugh)

    it's loud, it's proud, it wants to sing out loud

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    usual shit....thin finns, target Mossimo oxford, PS boots

    broke out my 'rocknroll' belt that I had made 7 years ago. The guy that makes(made) them for FredSegal/HTC made this one for me. Burgundy stingray leather 'peanut' patches with jeweled music notes and initials "DFJ" studded in the back. I guess most doods know these as "Balatzar-type" belts but the 50s rocknroll/rockabilly scene had been wearing these for quite a while before it blew up into the 'mainstream' and rich Bev Hills doods/chicks started wearing em in LA (ugh)

    it's loud, it's proud, it wants to sing out loud


    And to think this whole time I had you pegged as a rich Beverly Hills dude. [​IMG]
     


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    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    And to think this whole time I had you pegged as a rich Beverly Hills dude. [​IMG]

    lol I only talk shit cuz I'm jealous [​IMG]
     


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    Variation on a snore

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    Oldman ivy cap
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    Jay Allen 04101 t-shirt (yeah, I ran out of clean clothes and started into the samples... [​IMG])
    EG x SF belt
    Benchmade M2HS
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    Kelme foulweather shoes

    It's a black-blue-and-grey day and I don't really want to be here today.
     


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    ^^ very nice j... im liking your latest fits alot
     


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    lookin great j... and cheapmotha, your exposures are always perfect! damn!
     


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    its the florida morning sun... nothing like it

    at least if i want to humble......
     


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    Thanks dogs. If only I had a waxed cotton Belstaffish jacket to go with this. :/
     


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    j, that is awesome but the shoes REALLY throw it off, IMHO.
     


  13. LA Guy

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    Variation on a snore


    Jay Allen 04101 t-shirt (yeah, I ran out of clean clothes and started into the samples... [​IMG])



    It's all good [​IMG]
     


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    j, that is awesome but the shoes REALLY throw it off, IMHO.
    I know, they're bad, but I have to work and it's raining. I guess I could have worn combat boots just for you guys. [​IMG]

    If I were wearing this out, I'd have my cordovan RL/C&J ankle boots on, most likely.
     


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    j, that is awesome but the shoes REALLY throw it off, IMHO.

    Not that j's not getting enough love, but I disagree. I realize this is sort of an "each his own" question, which is why it's fun/futile to argue; anyway, I think Sambas would go perfect with that get-up, and would add a nice little touch of Euro-ish flair. However, they're also a sort of obvious/safe/borderline-mundane pick, so I like switching them up just a bit with the Kelmes (which I used to rock way back when).

    Also, as he mentioned, they're sort of bad weather shoes anyway (ah, Seattle!). [​IMG]
     


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