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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. denimaddict

    denimaddict Senior member

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    Diesel Lemmen 87J
    RVCA The Sky is Falling T-shirt
    Vans x Loomstate Bird Sk8-Hi
     
  2. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    Man, I totally want those loomstate skate-hi's-------any chance of a pic?
     
  3. PG2G

    PG2G Senior member

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    Man, I totally want those loomstate skate-hi's-------any chance of a pic?

    They have them at steven alan's website, $85 :p Do it!
     
  4. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    I know, I know. I am beginning to think you are a bad influence. [​IMG]
     
  5. SGladwell

    SGladwell Senior member

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    Faded purple with pink bands on cuffs/collar [edit, though it was probably obvious] polo shirt, Comme des Garsons for Fred Perry
    Troy worker jean in Ziggy wash, Edun
    Scotchgrain caramel leather belt, Bruno Magli
    Lug soled caramel pebblegrain 5-eyelet derbies, Ferragamo
     
  6. Brian SD

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    Faded purple with pink bands on cuffs/collar, Comme des Garsons for Fred Perry
    Troy worker jean in Ziggy wash, Edun
    Scotchgrain caramel leather belt, Bruno Magli
    Lug soled caramel pebblegrain 5-eyelet derbies, Ferragamo


    Very nice. I bet the shoes and shirt go very well together.
     
  7. Get Smart

    Get Smart Senior member

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    Faded purple with pink bands on cuffs/collar, Comme des Garsons for Fred Perry

    that sounds badical.

    today:

    -Julian Red dry california
    -Diesel buttonfront s/s
    -Levis 506xx jacket
    -Custom 50s style rock n roll belt with music note stud/jewel pattern and burgundy stingray leather patches. Initials studded into back middle of belt.
    -Paul Smith black 2 eyelet brogued derby
     
  8. denimaddict

    denimaddict Senior member

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    Man, I totally want those loomstate skate-hi's-------any chance of a pic?



    I totally would post pics, but I don't have a digital camera yet! Maybe soon though. The shoes are awesome, except the purple dots on the inside are turning my socks purple, haha. I got them from Steven Allen.
     
  9. gza

    gza Senior member

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    Surface 2 Air fleece shirt-jacket
    Supreme t shirt
    Swiss Army watch
    BDU belt
    Costume National cargoes
    tanker boots
     
  10. minya

    minya Senior member

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    Holy crap, that is an awesome outfit. I love how you managed to combine a whole shitload of styles into one and yet pull it off. Where'd you get those pants?
     
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    Looks like they're all sold out on Yoox. Damn. How do the CN pants fit, btw? What size do you usually get/what size CN pants are those?
     
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    gza Senior member

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    These pants were unusual in that they were sized according to the American rather than European sizing sytem. They are size 33, and they actually do measure 33" in the waist. However, I've found that the European-sized Costume National pants run a little large. I'm a 32-33 waist, and all the size 48 Costume pants I've tried on have significant room to spare, even though most other designers' 48's fit me perfectly.
     
  14. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    These pants were unusual in that they were sized according to the American rather than European sizing sytem. They are size 33, and they actually do measure 33" in the waist. However, I've found that the European-sized Costume National pants run a little large. I'm a 32-33 waist, and all the size 48 Costume pants I've tried on have significant room to spare, even though most other designers' 48's fit me perfectly.

    It depends on the model. The casual models (like the cargoes you are wearing) are meant to be worn a little loose. On the other hand, some of their dressier pants fit really, really slim. I could barely squeeze into a pair of 48 stovepipes, and I have a true 31 waist.
     
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    tanker boots
    Good look, I've been really impressed with most of your outfits. Minor quibble: I'm not getting a really good look, but I'm pretty sure those are paratrooper boots, not tanker.
     
  16. gza

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    Good look, I've been really impressed with most of your outfits. Minor quibble: I'm not getting a really good look, but I'm pretty sure those are paratrooper boots, not tanker.
    The pants are obscuring the distinguishing buckle-and-strap closure. This is what they look like:
    [​IMG]
     
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    Yup, my mistake, thought I saw a toe cap and laces. Looks like they've been well-loved. I've always like the style, thinking about getting a custom civilian pair with straps like that.

    Tom

    edit-if you're a soldier, you could definitely teach the dudes in my unit a thing or two about how to dress.
     
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    Excuse my ignorance, I'm not familiar with any of the process. Just curious as to how often civilian dress is permitted? or is it always allowed?

    If its always allowed, you're going to get some amaaaaaaaazing wear on your new RB1s [​IMG]
     
  19. Get Smart

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    Gza, that outfit looks badical! I agree with Minya in that you pull together a myriad of styles into one cohesive unit very nicely
     
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    Excuse my ignorance, I'm not familiar with any of the process. Just curious as to how often civilian dress is permitted? or is it always allowed?

    If its always allowed, you're going to get some amaaaaaaaazing wear on your new RB1s [​IMG]

    LOL yeah I wish. Right now, it's not "allowed" but I could probably get away with it during smoke nights and while I'm asleep [​IMG] Otherwise--well, people might look at me funny when I'm wearing nothing but jeans and rolling around in the sand, but we all have to make sacrifices for beauty!
     
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