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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. Bona Drag

    Bona Drag Senior member

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    serious first post faux pas

    highly distressed true religion irregulars


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  2. ts4them

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    Day started off dark so went indoors:
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    CUTE!
     
  3. Arethusa

    Arethusa Senior member

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    we still cool, right G?
    I am afraid not, as I have embraced capitalism. Remember: [​IMG]
     
  4. Bandwagonesque

    Bandwagonesque Senior member

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    I am afraid not, as I have embraced capitalism.

    This is true. I noticed you raised some prices on some items I was considering shortly after you posted them.

    For that, I salute you.
     
  5. drizzt3117

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    Crossposted as this is kinda a dinner/drinks type suit. Still have to get used to the high armholes on this bad boy...

    Charvet
    Brioni
    St. Andrews for RLPL
    AE

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  6. Bandwagonesque

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    Crossposted as this is kinda a dinner/drinks type suit. Still have to get used to the high armholes on this bad boy... Charvet Brioni St. Andrews for RLPL AE
    Looks good, but the pose makes it look a little awkward. I think that suit calls for a Holdfast pose... no aggro though [​IMG] I'd like to see you in some different coloured dress wear. IIRC, 90% of your stuff seems to be very focused on dark grey, navy or medium blue. I could be wrong. How about some lighter greys, or maybe even browns or tans? Maybe throw a yellow or orange tie in with a navy suit?
     
  7. drizzt3117

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    Looks good, but the pose makes it look a little awkward. I think that suit calls for a Holdfast pose... no aggro though [​IMG]

    I'd like to see you in some different coloured dress wear. IIRC, 90% of your stuff seems to be very focused on dark grey, navy or medium blue. I could be wrong. How about some lighter greys, or maybe even browns or tans? Maybe throw a yellow or orange tie in with a navy suit?


    Hehe I thought about the Holdfast but was getting used to the shoulders. Maybe next time. I'm not much for earth tones. They don't go very well with my skin coloration. I throw down the occasional red, pink, purple, etc... as far as ties go, but 75+% of my shirts are white or light blue. I have a few lighter grey suits (the Isaia for example) but I'm not sure it works well with my skin tone iether.
     
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    This is true. I noticed you raised some prices on some items I was considering shortly after you posted them. For that, I salute you.
    I will apply the prices the market will bear. Seriously, if you're interested in anything, pm me. I accidentally posted an earlier version of that I'd prepared and swapped it out, but I'm not really interested in being a hardassed salesman. alright, enough shameless self promotion.
     
  9. tangerine

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    shellshock, flsxik, SuperBobo and digital_denim all have my undying admiration for fits posted, and vaclava for poetic redeconstruction

    posted crossly


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    EG

    12 Grain

    Imperial

    Vans
     
  10. Fuuma

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    MJK T-Shirt
    MJK Flannel Lined Zipup Hoodie
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    This post tells me I'll be ordering some new MJK soon. Great fit.
     
  11. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Senior member

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    TR jacket
    Brioni polo
    Energie jeans
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  12. ratboycom

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    My lovely and long-suffering wife will likely be taking 90% of any pictures of me that get tooken, but I def. want a timer for the other 10%, and also for those times that I want to take a picture of my dong hanging out of my pants and e-mail it to unsuspecting friends while they're at work.

    What about this dealie?
    http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...9&sku=A0620516


    the SD600 isnt a bad cam but you can get one for cheaper probably as that model is on its way out, being replaced by the SD1000. The 600 takes decent shots for low light (which is a huge problem for compact cams, most come out super noisy, the sd is fixable)

    Check out www.onecall.com they have some good shit at awesome prices (and are a local Mom and Pop operated place here in Spokane, the company, Huppins, has been open for nearly 100 years)
     
  13. whodini

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    I am afraid not, as I have embraced capitalism. Remember: [​IMG]
    I heard that...

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    Nice, I am the black guy of the group (or at least the most fractionally black guy of our nerd group.)
     
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    Both of these pieces still need a lot of stretching and I don't really like this pic overly much, but regardless:

    W&H
    BBS
    Acne
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  16. Arethusa

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    I heard that... [​IMG]
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    Shellshock, your lovely, photo, reminds my soul, that: "you can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep spring from coming.”
    If it is your, soul's request, I will translate back into original grammar: "Podrán cortar todas las flores, pero no podrán detener la primavera"
    ¿Sufre más aquél que espera siempre que aquél que nunca esperó a nadie? [​IMG] this thread is getting sentimental. it rulez. p.s. i'm only asian by association
     
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    US army fishtail parka
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    puma clyde

    Playing it a bit unsafe today with the huge parka [​IMG] i like the look though. I ordered when it still was cold, but just got it. With out the liner and hood it works well as an "over sized" spring jacket imo.
     
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    not winning any contests, so i thought id just rep the neighborhood.
     
  20. Bandwagonesque

    Bandwagonesque Senior member

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    US army fishtail parka
    lvc
    puma clyde

    Playing it a bit unsafe today with the huge parka [​IMG] i like the look though. I ordered when it still was cold, but just got it. With out the liner and hood it works well as an "over sized" spring jacket imo.


    I've been looking for a good fishtail parka for a while now, but they are all so huge. I know that's kind of the point, that they're designed to fit over everything... but at the same time, the skinny fuck inside of me wishes they were more flattering. I'm looking for one without a liner for those rainy, miserable days. I have a pretty good one for the cold. Did you get it from eBay? How much was it?

    Tangerine has a GAP (red) fishtail parka that's *not bad* IMO... a little too busy looking though IIRC with drawstrings and stuff hanging out all over the place.
     
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