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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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    Dear Rye,

    Kindly send me the Dior jacket and Paul Smith shoes. I will make sure they get a good home.

    Yours,

    Fok.


    I bought the suit 3 years ago I estimate I've worn this jacket no more than a dozen times. I loathe to wear things that feel too precious!. I should have picked up one of the Carpe Diem leather shirt jackets instead; it would have recieved way more play. No you can't have the bloody shoes, you don't realize how much respect I get from my wife now that I've graduated to "Man Clothes".
     
  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    I bought the suit 3 years ago I estimate I've worn this jacket no more than a dozen times. I loathe to wear things that feel too precious!. I should have picked up one of the Carpe Diem leather shirt jackets instead; it would have recieved way more play. No you can't have the bloody shoes, you don't realize how much respect I get from my wife now that I've graduated to "Man Clothes".

    Well, I hate to take your manliness from you... so... how about just the suit then [​IMG] I too hate to wear things that are too precious. But since it will be free, I will not have the same problem you do with regards to this particular suit.

    Sincerely,

    Fok [​IMG]
     
  3. michaeljkrell

    michaeljkrell Senior member

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    Probably wear at least one of these pieces everyday...

    MJK Whodini Jacket V1.0
    MJK Hoodie W/Ben Krell Design
    Corpus Jeans
    Neil Barrett Shoes

    [​IMG]
     
  4. evilgeniusdan

    evilgeniusdan Senior member

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    Nice stuff MJK. Hoody looks epic.
     
  5. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    Hey MJK, whatever happened to the jacket with the circular pockets? It was the same color scheme as the Who v.1 you're wearing now. Any plans to resurrect?

    Speaking of color schemes, I really like your brother's work on that hoodie. It fits in well with everything else.
     
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    flsxik Senior member

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    Bob, love it man. Those boots are fucking awesome to campus on another rainy day! shemagh army trench uniqlo tee aa henley dior 21 cm's white sk8 highs [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] -cheers!
     
  8. braidkid

    braidkid Senior member

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    going to see do make say think tonight!

    [​IMG]
     
  9. Bandwagonesque

    Bandwagonesque Senior member

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    SuperBobo, I love your stuff man. You, cmf and Saucy are my Steez/SuFu icons... I can't afford the stuff GS rocks... [​IMG] he's the Steez God. Untouchable, even when he's playing Magnum PI.

    I want to see MJK in the next round of the contest. He's a creator, not an emulator.
     
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    even when he's playing Magnum PI.

    lolz

    BTW, Rye, how many times can I say "fuckin' awesome"? I might have to start taking you for granted...[​IMG]

    ayn, same - another incredible shot

    MJK, very nice

    Bobo, top shelf

    kix, I'm not a trench fan, although I think I like what you've got going on w/ jacket and sk8s...

    braid, nice n' crisp - enjoy dmst
     
  11. Brian SD

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    Nice! I'm gonna see em on this tour as well.

    Great fit, btw. Very simple, but fitted so well.
     
  12. poly800rock

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    Bob, love it man. Those boots are fucking awesome

    to campus on another rainy day!

    shemagh
    army trench
    uniqlo tee
    aa henley
    dior 21 cm's
    white sk8 highs

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    [​IMG]

    -cheers!



    hate to say it kix. but there's just too many things going on here. too many factions. 1/3 political statement 1/3 traditional 1/3 sneakerfreak. I've liked your transitions to a bit more say conservative stuff, and i have no problem with streetwear stuff, but the mashed potatoes aren't working for me.
     
  13. ghulkhan

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    hate to say it kix. but there's just too many things going on here. too many factions. 1/3 political statement 1/3 traditional 1/3 sneakerfreak. I've liked your transitions to a bit more say conservative stuff, and i have no problem with streetwear stuff, but the mashed potatoes aren't working for me.
    Yea same here. I dont know..the trench isnt really working. Id say lose the trench and throw on a hoodie or some short jacket and it will look better. Oh, and the sleeves of your shirt come way to far out of the trench. It just looks kinda weird
     
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    Personally I'm just not feeling the shemagh with that coat.
     
  15. Brian SD

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    I don't mind the shoes + coat, I think its just the shemagh. I think a simpler scarf would complete the look.
     
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    Untouchable, even when he's playing Magnum PI.

    [​IMG]

    J, the best thing in several pages. Rye, eff u.
     
  17. flsxik

    flsxik Senior member

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    hahaah wow. thanks for all the comments guys. yeah i wasnt so sure about the vans either although i did try and pull it off. [​IMG] sleeves are long on purpose
     
  18. sycamore no more

    sycamore no more Member

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    [​IMG]

    Basecontrol beanie
    Hare jacket
    Hare turtleneck
    Flat Head 4001bk
    Vans Chukka
     
  19. michaeljkrell

    michaeljkrell Senior member

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    Hey MJK, whatever happened to the jacket with the circular pockets? It was the same color scheme as the Who v.1 you're wearing now. Any plans to resurrect?

    Speaking of color schemes, I really like your brother's work on that hoodie. It fits in well with everything else.


    Thanks for all the kind words guys. I love my brother's work and it is perfect for our stuff. I love it on clothing because the design is neutral sort of speak. It isn't nostalgic, it isn't vintage, it isn't skulls & crossbones, etc. It is just original...

    Are you talking about our Hancock jacket whodini? We are going to be producing that again. It isn't officially on this affiliate thread, but anyone can order one now if they like...
     
  20. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    Thanks for all the kind words guys. I love my brother's work and it is perfect for our stuff. I love it on clothing because the design is neutral sort of speak. It isn't nostalgic, it isn't vintage, it isn't skulls & crossbones, etc. It is just original...

    Are you talking about our Hancock jacket whodini? We are going to be producing that again. It isn't officially on this affiliate thread, but anyone can order one now if they like...

    Mmm...I believe it is the Hancock. I ran a search but I think you took the photo of you wearing it down after posting. You might have to put me down for one in black once your zipup hoodies get going. We'll talk.
     
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