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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. Goblin

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    I just got a new digital camera so here's a pensive pic of me and one of my babies. Will get some "outfit" pics this weekend, sans ferret, when we go out to Spider-Man 3 and Unknown Hinson show.

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    Goblin, that's an awesome pic! Guess you really like the beasties, huh...you got critters all over you!
     
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    Music of the day: "Capital Kind of Strain" by Autolux (before their show @ the Glasshouse)


    Nice fit. Is that shirt AA? I think I have the same one.

    How was the Autolux show? I saw them twice when they opened for Nine Inch Nails two years ago. I have A Capital Kind of Strain, and it was so refreshing because it was just as good as their show minus all the excessive feedback
     
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    Casual/Austrian Tourist Friday

    Michael Bastian shearling vest (jacket w/ sleeves zipped off)
    Jil Sander army green shirt
    Michael Bastian white jeans
    Gucci suede bamboo tassle loafer-mocs
    Marc Jacobs Collection brown belt

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    Vhere iz da hostel yaah?
     
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    new red wings, ... a bit unsure what jeans/pants/look works with them.
     
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    new red wings, ... a bit unsure what jeans/pants/look works with them.


    I dig the boots and the monochrome. I would change the cuff on the jeans - not sure how, though. How many rolls has it got? And pop the top button of your shirt - I dunno, it looks sort of awkward and uncomfortable. Actually, I've seen that a lot around here...I wonder why?
     
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    today...

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    and tonight...

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    APC crepe soled boots
    iron heart 634s
    fred perry polo
    AA cardigan
    kenneth cole peacoat (altered)
    georg jensen ring
     
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    thanks for the feedback! the jeans are rolled 3 times i think, i like the look of (larger rolls)espcially since its triple stiched.
    I like the top button closed if it fits the style of the shirt. The shirt I wear has a chinstrap (as seen on older style shirts), which make closing it fitting imo.
     
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    thanks for the feedback! the jeans are rolled 3 times i think, i like the look of (larger rolls)espcially since its triple stiched.
    I like the top button closed if it fits the style of the shirt. The shirt I wear has a chinstrap (as seen on older style shirts), which make closing it fitting imo.


    If you're comfortable in it, don't change it! I would feel constricted, but that's more from my childhood when my dad would button dress shirts up to the top on me.
     
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    Fred Perry
    Ray Ban
    Thick as Thieves
    Florsheim Kenmoor

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    No air tie today GS? Those are some bad-ass cuffs. I like the shades. Great summer look.
     
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    thanks Ryan, the past few months I've gotten into cuffing my odd flat fronts trousers with beefy 2.5" cuffs to add an extra visual point of interest (or disinterest). normal 1.5" ones seem too typically conservative as that's what you see all office geezers wearing. 2.5" shows my commitment to the cuff, big and bold.
     
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    iTunes Playing: Talking Shit About A Pretty Sunset by Modest Mouse from the record This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About [​IMG] RRL Shirt Hanes Tee APC Cure Vans Pretty underwhelming outfits from me this week, busy work schedge is making me all practical.
     
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    new red wings, ... a bit unsure what jeans/pants/look works with them.


    You look like you're about to be interrned in a Maoist labor camp for wearing expensive shoes. But they let you keep the shoes.
     
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    wow, thanks!
    hehehe
     
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    haha. I enjoy your getups every day. Ever thought of doing one of those this is my face 3,000 days in a row viddy's they put on youtube. Except you can do it for your dress (same location, similar poses throughout).
     
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    EG Workshirt
    EG Norwegian Army Pants
    Russell Moccasins Sporting Clay Chukkas
     
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    PB, I take it back - these are actually a decent fit on you. I don't like my jeans that full below the knee, but that's personal pref, not ncessarily a bad fit. As I said yesterday, it's likely they'll drape better as they soften (which should take a hell of a long time, what with the 21 oz and all).

    Elsewhere, great stuff Gilead, GS and timpo.
     
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