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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. gza

    gza Senior member

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    As always...
     


  2. sonick

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    I concur with the last 3 posts. That's sick, Get Smart.

    Me, I'm goin with classic comfort:
    - Plain white t-shirt
    - American Apparel Track Jacket - Red with White Piping
    - Gap 1969 straight leg jeans
    - American Eagle cotton belt
    - Hi-top chucks - Black with red stitching/lining
     


  3. Metal Circus

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    I swear, I'm not trying to show off the belt!
     


  4. Brian SD

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    PCs are looking good. Who makes that shirt?
     


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    Big Smith is my favorite "Asian manufacturer trying to sound American" name ever.

    Actually, this Engineered Garments shirt was calling out to me, but I'm not really able to spend $170 on a casual shirt, so I found a too-big western shirt with a pattern I liked and took in the sides a little and made the bottom flat. It's a little short but on the whole it's one of my favorite shirts.
     


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    Nice outfit getsmart!! hmmm... how do I become "cooler than the average jason??, maybe I need to get some ink.
     


  7. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    Nice outfit getsmart!! hmmm... how do I become "cooler than the average jason??, maybe I need to get some ink.

    lol, thanks for the good words. Yea man, a crapload of tattoos is the best "fashion accessory"...goes with everything and makes the stodgiest buttondown look *edgy*
     


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    lol, thanks for the good words. Yea man, a crapload of tattoos is the best "fashion accessory"...goes with everything and makes the stodgiest buttondown look *edgy*
    I really want to get a tattoo, but unfortunately it will never be in a visible place, so I cant make my shirts look edgy. I'm thinking of something Native American in style.. I like feathers. Any ideas? Seen anything cool like this? I searched Google and I found only lame tribals and dreamcatchers and shit. Scratch that "Native American" idea. I didn't realize it's so overdone.
     


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    everyone quit hiding!
     


  10. Get Smart

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    I really want to get a tattoo, but unfortunately it will never be in a visible place, so I cant make my shirts look edgy. I'm thinking of something Native American in style.. I like feathers. Any ideas? Seen anything cool like this?

    I searched Google and I found only lame tribals and dreamcatchers and shit. Scratch that "Native American" idea. I didn't realize it's so overdone.


    I wouldnt worry about "overdone" images if you're really into it. Japanese style and Americana style are both "overdone x 1000" but they are time proven images and will never be overdone in my book. Personally I'm not too into the Native American images but one guy I know is covered in Indian related tattoos.
     


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    I wouldnt worry about "overdone" images if you're really into it. Japanese style and Americana style are both "overdone x 1000" but they are time proven images and will never be overdone in my book. Personally I'm not too into the Native American images but one guy I know is covered in Indian related tattoos.

    Its just hard for me to think of something that ISN'T overdone, you know? I don't want it to be fake, i.e. something I don't believe in. This korean girl I know has a small feather between her shoulder blades. Maybe its just because she's got an amazingly hot back, but ever since then I've been very into the idea of something somewhat shaman-ish, tribal-ish, you know? But definitely not a tribal armband, a dreamcatcher, or anything else really trendy.
     


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    I've been very into the idea of something somewhat shaman-ish, tribal-ish, you know? But definitely not a tribal armband, a dreamcatcher, or anything else really trendy.

    You should check out Inuit art, one of my best friends has something like this on his back
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    I think a killer whale, I think I've only seen one other (at least in the northeast, they might be more popular in the northwest)
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    I like this stuff, but I could never get one, cause he beat me to it and would never let me forget that.
     


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    Orca rule.
     


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    Hey Hawkeye, Brian, et al.

    I'm not an expert but I'm pretty sure those images aren't Inuit specifically. The last one especially reminds me of a Coast Salish drawing I have at my house. I would check out the West Coast native tribes like the Haida, they have some amazing iconography and stories around their artwork.

    Onto today's wears:
    H&M White Dress Shirt
    Jockey Tee
    APC Rescues no wash, 2 months wear
    Brown/Red/Beige Argyle Socks
    Chocolate brown perforated leather Vans

    A.

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    i knew somebody who had a tattoo of the mayan calendar, among other things.

    anyways i'm wearing boxers and a tshirt.
     


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