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. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    woah, wang bulge

    it's a gift [​IMG]



    actually it's the camera angle.
     


  2. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    Ed, you're wearing jeans. some reason I'm impressed! [​IMG]

    Alway's rock jeans on weekends. Looking for some nice hoodies, preferably cashmere (any ideas?) and will be picking up some Nudies shortly.
     


  3. Bandwagonesque

    Bandwagonesque Senior member

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    it's a gift [​IMG]

    actually it's the camera angle.


    How many inches does the camera add?
     


  4. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    How many inches does the camera add?

    It takes two away [​IMG]
     


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    I was lucky enough to see it like 20 minutes after he posted...

    Yes, it is wool...

    Dammit. You got the one I wanted!
     


  6. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    Just lounging around watching a little TV so pretty comfortable outfit.

    Blue striped Banana Republic sweater (pretty loose fitting)
    5EP Dark Worns
    Moreschi monkstraps

    [​IMG]
     


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    presidentofvice Active Member

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    Nice stuff on the last 3 photos... though POVs is a little emoesque. [​IMG]
    Hahaha! thats low brother, real low. I mean, "hipster douchebag-esque" fine, but typical mall brand "emoesque?" c'mon![​IMG]
    POV. I like "Emoesque" look. Far worse demographics we should be critiquing. Theres plenty at Universial Studio Walk at the weekend. Friggin Scary As Hell. These people crawl out of the desert floor..I swear.
    thanks man! citywalk is a scary, scary place. the last time i was there to see a movie (many moons ago) someone emptied mustard packages all over the seat that i decided to sit in. nice.. [​IMG]
     


  8. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Still figuring stuff out on this here camera. It's fancy like. Anyway, here are a couple of theme and a variations of the outfit my last post. From the course of the week. Apparently, it is easier to take clear pictures when you hold the camera with both hands.

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    Waxed cotton brown Engineer's cap, Fred Bare, Alan Bilzerian, Boston MA
    Brown and khaki eco-wool hoodie, Engineered Garments, Peasant, Birmingham, MI
    Wool Scarf, Kerry, Irish Imports, Cambridge, MA
    Olive melange Engineer's jacket, Engineered Garments, from a Styleforum member, originally from MAC, SF.
    Brown fingerless gloves, Goorin Bros., Newbury Comics, Cambridge, MA
    Brown belt, Barneys, Boston, MA
    Dark indigo jeans, (Nudie Straight Svens), Denim Bar, Arlington, VA.

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    Waxed cotton black Engineer's cap, Fred Bare, Alan Bilzerian, Boston MA
    Black wool herringbone M65 Jacket by Nom de Guerre, Stel's, Boston MA
    Wool Scarf, Jack Spade, Kate Spade, San Fransciso, CA
    Black Tiger Fleece Hoodie, W+H, CYC, Vancouver, BC.
    Black fingerless gloves, Army surplus, Proletariat, Cambridge, MA
    Engineered Garments for Styleforum blue military quick release belt, me and Daiki, my office at Harvard, Cambridge, MA
    Left hand twill jeans, Studio D'Artisan, Blue in Green, New York, NY

    And a couple of shots of me tonight, featuring a freshly shaved head (I've gone beyond the #1 razor. I am at a 1/2 now!) I am not mean mugging for any of those pictures. I am just concentrating really hard on taking the picture without shaking the camera. I've figured out how to use the slow exposure, but not how to keep my hand steady enough get my entire head in the picture.

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    Shawl collar fleece pullover, W+H, Peasant, Birmingham, MI
    Braided leather cuff, APC, APC NYC.
    Barbell leather bracelet, Jutta Neumann, Jutta Neumann, NYC
    Engineered Garments for Styleforum blue military quick release belt, me and Daiki, my office at Harvard, Cambridge, MA
    Raw Indigo jeans, APC, Stels, Boston MA (I would have gotten them from Mauro at Denim Bar, but they were an emergency buy. Needed some jeans for a trip, pronto.)
     


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    Hahaha! thats low brother, real low. I mean, "hipster douchebag-esque" fine, but typical mall brand "emoesque?" c'mon! [​IMG]

    Sorry, I'll take it back - it was a low blow. I tend to play the emo-card a bit too often sometimes. Just next time, try not to look so glum chum [​IMG] It was a good photo though.
     


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    ^ Nice. That W+H shawl collar is exceptionally cool.
     


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    white halter mini-dress
    silver belt and low heels
    mint converse bag [hey! it matches my glasses and i bring it everywhere!]
     


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    hossoso Coward and P*ssy

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    woah, wang bulge

    Too real for you? Honestly, I tire of women only talking to me because of my wangage. Inevitably, I always find girls fixated on my wang-bulge, seemingly incapable of maintaining eye-contact during conversation. There is more to me than a majestic wang! Yes, majestic...
     


  13. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    [​IMG]

    RRL Slim Bootcut
    Nike "Untold Truths" purchased from member Knucks
    J crew lambswool crewneck
    Corneliani cashmere vest (not in pic [​IMG] )

    Congrats on owning some underrated jeans.
     


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    fatty Senior member

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    Too real for you? Honestly, I tire of women only talking to me because of my wangage. Inevitably, I always find girls fixated on my wang-bulge, seemingly incapable of maintaining eye-contact during conversation. There is more to me than a majestic wang! Yes, majestic...

    it's ok, i'm not interested in your wang, not at all. It was just a funny angle on the picture which amused me. oh, i mean... "hurr hurr i want wang and i want it now!"
     


  15. hossoso

    hossoso Coward and P*ssy

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    it's ok, i'm not interested in your wang, not at all. It was just a funny angle on the picture which amused me. oh, i mean... "hurr hurr i want wang and i want it now!"

    I know that inflection and intonation don't translate well into text but I figured that if I refered to a "wang" as majestic (TWICE!) the sarcasm had to break through because I was "wang" deep in it as I was typing.
     


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