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. Jovan

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    I think the sweater makes you look slightly feminine for some reason. I can't really explain. That's not necessarily a bad thing though.
     
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    I think the sweater makes you look slightly feminine for some reason. I can't really explain. That's not necessarily a bad thing though.

    I think girl's dig a little fem in a well dressed lad!, Then there are the slappers that like Jock Meat Heads, but I don't dig slappers!.
     
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    [​IMG] My first real contribution to the thread.
    I'm not really feeling the color of the cardigan. I think the outfit would look much better with a grey cardigan. I also can kinda see what Jovan is saying with the femininity thing, but I think part of that is due to the color combination. Good fit on the jeans, although I think i'd rather see more stacking rather than a cuff.
     
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    This feminine aspect is really interesting to me. For some reason, people have always gotten that vibe from me. My grandma told me I wasn't a "real boy", in high school some people thought I was gay, and now its even being discussed on an internet forum. I can't figure it out...
     
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    This feminine aspect is really interesting to me. For some reason, people have always gotten that vibe from me. My grandma told me I wasn't a "real boy", in high school some people thought I was gay, and now its even being discussed on an internet forum. I can't figure it out...

    Doesn't matter as long as your cool with yourself!

    My wife thinks we're all gay on this forum, she can't wrap her head around the idea that guys discuss crotch fade all day.
     
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    You know what crotch fade actually "comes" from... *beavis laugh*
     
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    Doesn't matter as long as your cool with yourself!

    My wife thinks we're all gay on this forum, she can't wrap her head around the idea that guys discuss crotch fade all day.


    Hmmm... when your wife thinks that you are gay...[​IMG]
     
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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Doesn't matter as long as your cool with yourself!

    My wife thinks we're all gay on this forum, she can't wrap her head around the idea that guys discuss crotch fade all day.

    Yeah, I have no idea how to bring it up to a current/future SO that I participate in a forum where we actively discuss other men's outfits, appearance, etc. without hearing the patented sounds of quick footsteps, a slammed door, and a car peeling out.
     
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    hearing the patented sounds of quick footsteps, a slammed door, and a car peeling out.

    Too many memories?
     
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    Stazy, it's just that the cardigan is more grandma than grandpa. IMO the rest is fine.
     
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    Keepin it gangsta!
     
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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Too many memories?
    Thanks. Now I've got 3 more years of rehab and a few barrels of whisky to suppress them again.
     
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    Keepin it gangsta!
    Word! Just need a flashy M3 to complete the outfit fo-reelz!
     
  14. drizzt3117

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    Word! Just need a flashy M3 to complete the outfit fo-reelz!
    Nah, you'd need more Kenneth Cole in your outfit for that, and at least one striped shirt or popped collar polo, maybe a 2-tone Sub as well.
     
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    Stazy, it's just that the cardigan is more grandma than grandpa. IMO the rest is fine.

    haha fair enough. Who says you can't rock grandma style once and a while? [​IMG]
     
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