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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    Our boutique friends need our love right now; I hear it's a little rough in retail land. American Rag was dead this past weekend! If we don't support this thread could end up being:

    1/4" selvage Jeans with back pocket embroidery: $8.79 Old Navy

    3/4 Pea coat with faux everything trim: $11.99 Walmart

    AA X Hanes colabo tee: $1.99 for 12 at Target

    Faux Croc Brogues with vulcanized sole: $13.49 Payless


    rye, unfortunately so true... i just wish i could afford to dress like you. kickass as usual.[​IMG]

    lowrey excellent jacket man
    x666x awesome texas tuxedo. acnes look nice.
    sauce kickass post. shots are excellent and the pathological brain jazz looks great
    fok i didnt know you were in the parent mafia. my son is nine and i was talking to his 3rd grade teacher at a recent conference and she informed me they dont use long division in his math class anymore[​IMG]
     


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  3. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    Sauce, great shots!! you've taken the action to a new level

    So you got the PBJs.....these gonna be your new go-to jeans?
     


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    corbu Senior member

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    This weekend, our hero--braving the thronged streets of NYC, beset on all sides by Christmas shoppers and their squealing progeny--made his way to Greene Street near Canal, in the fabled land of SoHo. There, after badgering and questioning the proprietors of a small piece of heaven known as Blue in Green (whose namesake is itself a small piece of heaven), and after vying with nearly every pair of even vaguely slim-fitting jeans for sale, our hero found the treasure he sought, and bore his [carl] Preternaturally Barbaric Jalopy [/carl] back with him to Philadelphia--the land he calls home.

    Having soaked his spoils, he found that they had become, as foretold, some seriously tight-ass jawns; therefore he set about stretching them immediately:

    First, in meditation:

    [MG]http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b133/saucemaster/wayw1218-3.jpg[/IMG]

    Then vaulting over middling brick obstacles:

    [MG]http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b133/saucemaster/wayw1218-1.jpg[/IMG]

    And finally, levitating (once more) just to prove to himself that he could:

    [MG]http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b133/saucemaster/wayw1218-2.jpg[/IMG]

    And thus began the saga of the XX-005's.

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    what jacket is that? looks exactly what i've been looking for...
     


  5. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Sized Down 2

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    So you got the PBJs.....these gonna be your new go-to jeans?
    I think so, and no more new denim for a year, I've decided. The good news is, between these, the two pairs of Nudies, and my APCs, there's no conceivable reason I should have to buy any more. I say that now.... They really do need to stretch out some, though, they're skin tight on my thighs. The kind gentlemen at BiG assured me that they would, though. They're apparently quite stretchy, though not like APC level stretchy. I went in thinking I was going to get the SD 103s or the Fullcounts, but the PBJs were just too nice to pass up. The measurements are almost exactly the same as the Levis 514s, btw, with a slightly shorter back rise and a very slightly longer front rise. Thighs/knees/hem same though. Cultpop, thanks man. When are you going to post another fit?! Goldengloves, the indigo. Thought very seriously about the blacks, but the deep, dark indigo just looked so good under the light.... Bandwagonesque, the Blunnies are great. Nice outfit overall, too. corbu, that's milsurp from I don't know what army. I had it taken in a bit in the sides, though the chest/shoulders/arms are untouched.
     


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    the deep, dark indigo just looked so good under the light....

    Seriously; those have the most glorious color to them. That's how a pair of jeans shoud look, dammit.
     


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    Bona Drag Senior member

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    Cold here in Phoenix today... ok - mid 60's... [​IMG]

    Not to blow everyone's mind or anything, but it hit f***ing 74 degrees in the District today. WTF?
     


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    knucks Senior member

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    Sauce, what size PBJs are those? I want to buy a pair of 30s but am afraid they will be too tight for me/my style.
     


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    [​IMG] nom de guerre parka spruce crewneck wings & horns teeshirt dior homme 19cm
     


  10. Joe E Taleo

    Joe E Taleo Senior member

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    Not exactly sure how to take that...[​IMG]

    In any case, the long division is my seven year old's work. And the rest of the stuff is my wife's. Me, I let the computer solve everything using the Runga-Kutta method. I don't believe that I've actually done any work by hand in a while.


    thass the runge-kutta, but I understand what it is that yr sayin. Math is a tool, dag burn it.

    Lookin' good, mang.
     


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    Goldengloves Senior member

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    ddohnggo- That parka is so ill!! Looks good with the skinnier jean.
     


  12. cultpop 0217

    cultpop 0217 I, Manface

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    Cultpop, thanks man. When are you going to post another fit?!

    here you go sauce.

    DRESSED BY THE INTERNET (tm)*
    part one

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    necklace courtesy of onemancult
    "rainbow vomit" t-shirt by sister tg76
    julian red nikki sixx from FOS5 by way of superfuture and styleforum
    white sk8 hi vans from zappos.com special thanks to haptronic for planting the seed (of need)

    "THE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS (SUPER)FUTURE"
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    bonus
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    *copyright DDML 2006
     


  13. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Sized Down 2

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    ddohnggo, OW MY NECK. Looks good, though. What shoes did you wear with that? knucks, I ended up getting the size 30. I was going to go for the 31, but they assured me that the 30 would stretch out. I'm a 30 in Nudies too, for example. They are definitely skinny, so if you're worried about them being too slim, you might want to check out some of their other stuff instead. They have no shortage of amazing denim. cultpop, cheers. I like those Sk8-his, I'm anxious to see what they look like once they've been through the full winter and get beat up.
     


  14. ddohnggo

    ddohnggo Senior member

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    i wore white common projects shoes. i was too lazy to rotate the picture!
     


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    kitonbrioni Senior member

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    Brioni jacket
    Zegna polo
    Mason's pant
    Trafalgar belt
    Zegna socks
    DP boots
     


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