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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. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    nice again rye.... id say youre consistantly my favorite in this thread.
    Thanks. Some days I feel like crap and I wonder if that shows in my clothes, But..I got to keep it honest. Are you going to pick up the Jordan 1 pack?, I'm not nearly as psyched on sneakers as I was, but I love the 1's. It's a pity that all the sneakers stores will have lines around the block like there's a noodle famine. flsxik! Are you located in Portland?, if so where do you make most of your purchases?. The n/n shoes are amazing, sorry to sound elitist but there couldn't be a Portland stockist for those?. You have some very nice pieces..good one!.
     
  2. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Senior member

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    nah... i dont have any money... im actually selling some things to catch up from tampa last weekend...
     
  3. ironman

    ironman Well-Known Member

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    Looking good everyone.
    Took my brother's new rc birthday boat for a test drive today, this is fun shit.. might have to get another one to race em! Heres some action shots.
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    STP scarf/jacket, nudies, military shit kickers
     
  4. knucks

    knucks Senior member

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    Dior Homme Polo
    Acne
    Same belt I seem to have been wearing everyday the past few weeks
    Converse (Perforated leather)

    polo seems to fit odd :/
     
  5. thedeav

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    polo seems to fit odd :/
    alot of polos fit like that on me. because im tall and skinny shirts seem to be really short and they are too like wide, causing them to poof out in the back or front. soooo annoying

    short people have it easy
     
  6. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    polo seems to fit odd :/

    It's a little boxy..+ I don't have the best posture, + I'm afraid of the camera so I'm leaning away ++++++ :/
     
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    ratboycom Senior member

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    here's the black ones:
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    not to drag up something a couple pages back but I love those boots
     
  8. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Senior member

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    schott(for sale)
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    james perse
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  9. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    AA Tee
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    Bottega Veneta Suede Bag
     
  10. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Senior member

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    Rye, love it. Simple but smooth. The suede bag really kicks it up a notch, too.
     
  11. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    The bags my daily beater for work, the one you never clean out and then you find receipts and apple cores at the bottom that are very very old.

    The bag was a steal to. I picked it up at the Cabazon outlets near Palm Springs:

    Full Price: $1400
    75% off: $350
    Further 50% off the day I was there.

    Final price was circa $150-$170.

    Something like that, I figured I paid around 15-20% of the original retail sticker. It's a great bag to!.
     
  12. minya

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    apple cores in the bottom of Bottega Veneta bags amuses me to no end. Rye, I concur with cmf: you are my fave in this thread. I love all your outfits. You have a disgusting amount of clothing [​IMG]
     
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    Rye I like your necklace. It isn't any particular brand is it? Just something you found? I'm wanting to add one or two more necklaces to my wardrobe so if anyone has any recommendations (a la Alex & Chloe, etc.) please let me know.
     
  14. whodini

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    Off to classes...again. [​IMG] AA Polo AA RB15s Nike
     
  15. Rye GB

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    apple cores in the bottom of Bottega Veneta bags amuses me to no end.

    Rye, I concur with cmf: you are my fave in this thread. I love all your outfits. You have a disgusting amount of clothing [​IMG]


    I'm getting old and I tend to not throw things away. Plus Ebay is a great tool to sell things I don't wear to buy things I don't need.

    Plus! Mr FOK owns and drops all the brand names fella!:
    Nom De Guerre
    Engineered Garments
    He's keeping that English hat guy in business
    All those W + H garments
    Jeans, jeans, jeans...
    When was the last time he bought something vintage to help the environment (buying vintage is recycling!)[​IMG]
     
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    Rye I like your necklace. It isn't any particular brand is it? Just something you found? I'm wanting to add one or two more necklaces to my wardrobe so if anyone has any recommendations (a la Alex & Chloe, etc.) please let me know.

    Here you go:
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    Both chains were gifts from my parents upon various graduations at the ages of 16 and 18. After living away from family for 10 years I wear them for their sentimental value. I found the charm at an Antique Market, (maybe some smartass on here will try and convince me it's Buddhist symbol for virility).
     
  17. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Working from home today. Took a picture, and may upload tonight. But too lazy for the time being. Anyway, the take home message was that I am wearing a scarf and gloves indoors because I forgot to turn the heat back up, and it is frickin' cold here. Indoor temp about 50 F a few minutes ago.

    Anyway, can't answer for Rye, obviously, but Peasant sells stuff by Thorns, and Black Sheep and Prodigal Sons does jewellry you might be interested in as well. Personally, I wear leather bracelets by Jutta Neumann, who does really nice work, high quality and simple, in NYC. The shop smells terrific. And you can pick up a nice bag for your sigificant other while you are there. Apparently, she is very popular in Japan, where her stuff is about 20-25% more costly, as would be expected.
     
  18. Jovan

    Jovan Senior member

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    Off to classes...again. [​IMG] AA Polo AA RB15s Nike
    Those are some nice Nikes. I really like that they're going back to simplified designs... they look so much better than "modern" sneakers.
     
  19. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    I'm getting old and I tend to not throw things away. Plus Ebay is a great tool to sell things I don't wear to buy things I don't need.

    Plus! Mr FOK owns and drops all the brand names fella!:
    Nom De Guerre
    Engineered Garments
    He's keeping that English hat guy in business
    All those W + H garments
    Jeans, jeans, jeans...
    When was the last time he bought something vintage to help the environment (buying vintage is recycling!)[​IMG]


    Ahem... I'm getting old too. But as for names...
    I think that all my stuff from the above (jeans excluded) are less than Rye's Dior and R by 45RPM shirts and belts. Not to mention a Malo sweater that is just a few hundred shy of my rent.

    The end [​IMG] I lose, therefore I win [​IMG]

    As for the environment, that is my profession.

    Oh, royal flush down the river. Yes.

    Lastly, for the record, my leather messenger bag retailed for a little more than a third of what Rye's went for. And I got it on super deep discount too. Just FWIW, of course.
     
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    whodini--RB15s lookin nice.

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