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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. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Big Winner

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    [​IMG] madras bedford shirt handmade by nike tweed short pants courtesy the chef john lobb iceskates
     


  2. Rye GB

    Rye GB Angry Englishman

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    Rye, amazing fit even by your standards; hat looks great (UO - who knew?)
    Thanks, I don't really wear hats but this one seemed ok. It didn't go over too well on Superfuture, it hit a nerve with someone. I guess if it doesn't have a Supreme box logo affixed to the front the school kid majority over there don't get it.
     


  3. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Sized Down 2

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    madras bedford
    shirt handmade by nike
    tweed short pants courtesy the chef
    john lobb iceskates


    NDGxKiton Garfield?
     


  4. Bona Drag

    Bona Drag Senior member

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    Thanks, I don't really wear hats but this one seemed ok. It didn't go over too well on Superfuture, it hit a nerve with someone. I guess if it doesn't have a Supreme box logo affixed to the front the school kid majority over there don't get it.

    If they hate n' let 'em hate...

    Seriously, that guy on SuFu kind of just f***s with people, although usually he's pretty funny. If I thought the hat sucked I'd say so, but I don't; I do think it's a bit of a "can you pull this off" type of thing, and you can.

    Also, real nice DDML - you don't post here enough, imo; you do great things with basic colors and pieces.

    Short pants - where can I cop?
     


  5. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Big Winner

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    ndg x kiton g'field
    sauce---oh, you've the same one?
    Short pants - where can I cop?
    bona - thanks. the short pants are from jail? [​IMG]
     


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    sauce---oh, you've the same one?

    Stood in line, but I overslept that day. Missed it by like three people, had to settle for Odie. Not the same. Not the same at all.
     


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    the good weather returns! Stussy hanes tee c hearts bag dior 21 cm's supreme blazers [​IMG] cheers!
     


  8. Rye GB

    Rye GB Angry Englishman

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    'Cause I'm curious, to Rye and others who've done it both places - better thrifting in NYC or LA? Other nominees? Apparently the Jville thrift shops will cough up some real gems every once in a while...
    Best vintage store bar none is What Goes Around Comes Around NYC. It's not cheap by a long shot but you can find your holy grail of vintage there. Cali is way better for thrift (tee's, jeans, shoes), especially workwear and 50's etc.When I interned in Ventura at Patagonia 10 years ago the thrift stores on Main Street were epic. I've never checked out Florida for vintage but I'm sure it's great with the number of clothes hoarding old geezers poppin off on a daily basis. NYC is better when it comes to finding the occasional near new designer brand in your local thrift store. The Upper East Side NYC thrift stores are a good source for near new and designer threads. I found a near new Facconable trench there for $15,, Gucci shirts, Lacoste polo's, all the waspy threads.
     


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    mendel Senior member

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    I bought my first plaid shirt today. I'm still not sure how to wear it, so please comment on this outfit. Is it appropriate to wear a collared shirt and zip up hoodie?

    [​IMG]


    Ben Sherman? If so, I nearly bought that shirt a couple of weeks ago.
     


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    Today, plus outdoor action: [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG]
     


  11. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    Cheap has good luck in jville with thrift stores, but i've found nothing good in gainesville. If you're looking for some sweet aeropostale/american eagle stuff or a bunch of gator tshirts, you're set. I've yet to find anything worthwhile in gainesville except this great stone monkey lamp that lives in my living room. Orlando usually doesn't have anything great either, at least the stores i've been to. One of the thrift stores often has good records for 99cents. I've found multiple queen, michael jackson, hendrix, stevie wonder, prince, cream, and more. You have to get lucky and get them before the record hunters do.
     


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    You live in Gainesville, too? I hear you. Good thrift store finds here are rare.
     


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    Yeah yeah, blazer + hoodie is a tired look, but whatever.

    Waiting for the bus:
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    Studying before my midterm
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    Post-Lunch digestion
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    Gap T-shirt
    AA Hoodie
    Guess blazer
    Earnest Sewn Fulton
    Jack Purcell
     


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    It looks fine. You're not wearing a suit coat and the casual nature of the jacket goes with everything else.
     


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    LPSS jacket
    Brioni polo
    Earl jeans
    KS belt
    Zegna socks
    BJ boots
     


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