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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. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    H&M short sleeved shirt
    5EP LDB Rigid
    Zara chelsea boots

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  2. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Senior member

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    NM shearling
    LP sweater
    Versace jeans
    Nocona belt
    Zegna socks
    Justin boots
     
  3. Arethusa

    Arethusa Senior member

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    [​IMG] Chilly Sunday....
    I actually have to disagree with Aries completely. I didn't mind the loose turtleneck, but black ivy cap, sweater, and aviators cross into wiseguy/made man territory for me. I think it's mainly the hat with the aviators. Admittedly, this may be an issue of personal taste.
     
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    sorry for the poor quality of the pic, and the pic itself....
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    burberry, raf simons, nudie slimjim black coated, number (n)ine (not shown in the pic...)
     
  5. Nick M

    Nick M Senior member

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    For the emperor!
    I became aware of this after I bought the shirt.

    Never played Warhammer, but I know I had Space Hulk.
     
  6. Chris.

    Chris. Senior member

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    I became aware of this after I bought the shirt.

    Never played Warhammer, but I know I had Space Hulk.


    That's totally awesome - mostly because it would slide right by 99% of the population...
     
  8. Mikrais

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    Skull 5508xx
    Frye
     
  9. cheapmutha

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    [​IMG] from the weekend... vintage dior james perse sugarcane nikeXapc [​IMG] today: 'lo cmf homme samurai nikeXapc
     
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    [​IMG]

    Awesome.
     
  11. bant

    bant Senior member

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    photoshop?

    Very casual today, just kicking around:

    H&M
    5EP LDB in Dark Worn
    Vans

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  12. denimdestroyedmylife

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    hahah cheap------------you look like a gargoyle!
    hahahaha
    my cat does that perching on a banister bit, too...
     
  13. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    No hat today, Arethusa, so you should be a bit happier. [​IMG] If I have to choose between hat and sunglasses, it's always going to be sunglasses... I can't deal with sunlight without them.
     
  14. Augusto86

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    Sauce, may I ask who does your photography and how much their hourly rate is?
     
  15. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Senior member

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    hahah cheap------------you look like a gargoyle!
    hahahaha
    my cat does that perching on a banister bit, too...


    i am a cat.
     
  16. Bona Drag

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    Admittedly, this may be an issue of personal taste.

    Prolly, 'cause I like this one; I know I said this a while back, but it applies here too: imo, a slightly more fitted cut below the knee would look great, but it's not a huge difference one way or the other. Nice one, Sauce. I like today's, too - PBJ? That's the kind of fit I was talking about...

    drizz, those rigid LDBs look excellent;

    Nice stuff from chris and Mikrais;

    Cheap's first shot is a classic;

    And Badseeds, I've yet to see coated Jims over here - are you in Europe, or did you just buy them there (a Google search learned me that ZooVillage has 'em)? Finns are a bit much for me, but if I decide I rawk enough to get some coated jeans, it's nice to know the SJ cut is available...
     
  17. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Senior member

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    Oh, and before I forget, chris, awesome fit--love the cardigan. Cheap, great pic.

    Prolly, 'cause I like this one; I know I said this a while back, but it applies here too: imo, a slightly more fitted cut below the knee would look great, but it's not a huge difference one way or the other. Nice one, Sauce. I like today's, too - PBJ? That's the kind of fit I was talking about...

    I went with the slightly oversized RRDGs yesterday because I felt the proportions would be off with a slimmer jean--much slimmer below the knee and the outfit would have been too big on top, too skinny on bottom. Oversized top with slim bottom works well if the top is a bit loose and drapey, but I nothing I was wearing was. Different strokes, I guess.

    Today it was the PBJs, yeah. I'm rediscovering my love for them--the more they fade, the more the obvious the denim texture becomes. I think I'm more into them now than when I first got them, actually.
     
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    And Badseeds, I've yet to see coated Jims over here - are you in Europe, or did you just buy them there (a Google search learned me that ZooVillage has 'em)? Finns are a bit much for me, but if I decide I rawk enough to get some coated jeans, it's nice to know the SJ cut is available...

    Hi, I got those from cultizm.com . Those are pre-distressed, not clearly shown in the pic though[​IMG]
     
  19. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    iTunes Playing: A Ghost In The Corner Of Your Eye by Jeniferever from the record Choose A Bright Morning [​IMG] Great Laundry Hoody-Costa Mesa (The Lab)? Surplus Army Tee-Rose Bowl Leather Pants-From Work. Appliqued Vintage Belt-Rose Bowl Chucks-American Rag If I was about a decade younger I'd be rocking shit like Chris, unfortunately I'm feeling old!. Bona Drag thanks for the flattery. Cheap 10/10 as usual, can you loan me some of your charisma?. Sauce, I'm light years behind you in the photography department, maybe we'll have enough photo's for a Phaidon book soon!, I'd call it "Steez Of The Internets".
     
  20. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Senior member

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    rye... ill trade you some charisma for some of the balls it took to wear leather pants.[​IMG]
     
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