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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. Eternal

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    Nice, I like it Tangerine! Also got a question. Are you able to send me a PM with registration for TFS? I look there every day, but I cannot sign up.
     
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    you know after chrono robs me and steals my clothes and thrift spots, all i will be able to do is come out west and do the same to you...

    good shit man... especially the js


    Thanks guys, it's funny I'm in such a foul mood today!, fashion is the biggest soul sucker sometimes. It was a blind selection from the wardrobe today.

    The hoody I'm not really feeling, but my wife picked it up for me so I'm wearing it to see if I change my mind. The drop shoulder is a bit of a turn off. I 'm not into the yellow lining and the sleeve patches are a touch Abercrombie.

    The jeans are just damn comfortable!.
     
  3. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    Despite the simplicity, I like it. The t-shirt reminds me of the "army" colour American Apparel carries, which goes well with blue jeans. However, why are you wearing a scarf with a t-shirt?

    Why do hot chicks wear heels with a bikini?, coz like Sauce they wanna be sexy biatches!.
     
  4. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Thanks guys, it's funny I'm in such a foul mood today!, fashion is the biggest soul sucker sometimes. It was a blind selection from the wardrobe today.

    The hoody I'm not really feeling, but my wife picked it up for me so I'm wearing it to see if I change my mind. The drop shoulder is a bit of a turn off. I 'm not into the yellow lining and the sleeve patches are a touch Abercrombie.

    The jeans are just damn comfortable!.


    You think fashion is soul sucking? Try academia.

    Anyway, I am ambivalent about the hoodie for the same reasons as you, but I do think that the fit is pretty good. A nice fit with dropped shoulders is tough, but this looks pretty nice.
     
  5. Saucemaster

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    Why do hot chicks wear heels with a bikini?, coz like Sauce they wanna be sexy biatches!.

    LOL--I'm taking a page from the Rye playbook on this one, trying it out. The scarf is a thin linen jawn my sister bought for me when she was in Ireland, and it's pretty much useless in actually cold weather. Figured I'd give it a shot in pleasant weather....
     
  6. Empire

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    Outfit won't be winning any awards, but I found a great spot for a pic on my lunch break:

    [​IMG]


    Which jeans are they Sauce ?
     
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    Which jeans are they Sauce ?

    RRDGs, sized up one from my normal waist size.
     
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    Well done Baron and Sauce. I love how Baron's shirt acts like camo against that wall, and those chukkas look fantastic. Sauce looks like he's out kicking ass and taking names once again.
     
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    hedi New Member

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    [​IMG]
    cmf homme
    dior
     
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    RRDGs, sized up one from my normal waist size.

    Makes me wonder though why my RRDS in my normal waist size look much bigger in the calf area than yours. Guess maybe because mine are unwashed and fairly stiff still ? They just dont seem to sit on my footwear as nicely as yours
     
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    Makes me wonder though why my RRDS in my normal waist size look much bigger in the calf area than yours. Guess maybe because mine are unwashed and fairly stiff still ? They just dont seem to sit on my footwear as nicely as yours
    Well I guess it partly depends on the size of the jeans--those are size 31. If your normal size is, say, 33 or 34, then they're gonna be bigger in the calf area, of course. Don't know if that applies to you or not. At any rate, yeah, these have been washed a couple times, so they've softened up quite a bit.
     
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    kixslfXko on some roof kix- hanes v neck hm chain hm belt diors hosois ko- marc jacobs aa dsquared (hahah) vans [​IMG] [​IMG] -cheers!
     
  13. lost in va

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    Playing on winamp (ipod was stolen [​IMG]) - Oceanlab feat. Justine Suissa - Beautiful Together (signum mix)
    Texting my life away....

    [​IMG]

    Hanes
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    Sugarcane 1947's (first wear)
    Pumas
     
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    How do you like the 47s, va?
     
  15. accessorywhore

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    yeah those are very cool jeans.

    did a little bit of research on sugar cane. very very very cool stuff!

    i really like the elite-ism we have here of denim!
     
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    MJK T-Shirt
    MJK Flannel Lined Zipup Hoodie
    Corpus Jeans


    [​IMG]
     
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    Awesome. Crazy high pocketing is nice.
     
  18. Bandwagonesque

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    That's one of the first hoodies I've seen where I said "wow". Nicely done!
     
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    MJK T-Shirt
    MJK Flannel Lined Zipup Hoodie
    Corpus Jeans


    [​IMG]

    Do you happen to have a picture of the inside of that hoodie?
     
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    michaeljkrell Senior member

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