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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. Halifamous

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    Of course I can't really tell about the shorts. It's not a bad thing to look like milspex. [​IMG]
    I thought so too.

    I doubt Milspex would agree though.
     
  2. Brian SD

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    Thanks Bona.

    As for milspex, his style is certainly not for everyone (I used to not like it at all) but he's got an incredibly solid idea of personal style and he's consistently looked that way. Different strokes, as they say, but I think he looks good.
     
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    Pret-ty standard, really.

    H&H cream linen shirt
    Gap shirting-like cotton pants, could stand to come up 1/2" on the hem, but whatever
    Jacks
    Sutor cream suede belt (thanks Stylestudent)
     
  4. Brian SD

    Brian SD Senior member

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    Awesome j. The belt really makes it, too.
     
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    j Senior member Admin

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    Thanks mang, it barely shows but if I wore a jacket I'd consider tucking in the shirt so it could show.

    I'm surprised with the quality of this shirt - apparently it's a Mervyn's brand but it's pretty decently made.
     
  6. Brian SD

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    It's how you're wearing it that makes it look cool. The fit and drape, the rolled sleeves, and the shade of pants all make the shirt look way awesomer than a Mervyn's shirt. [​IMG]
     
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    Pret-ty standard, really.

    H&H cream linen shirt
    Gap shirting-like cotton pants, could stand to come up 1/2" on the hem, but whatever
    Jacks
    Sutor cream suede belt (thanks Stylestudent)


    that looks really good
    love the drape of the shirt and fit of the pants
    really relaxed and casual
     
  8. lowrey

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    [​IMG]

    n(n)
    raf simons
    raf simons
    vansmj
     
  9. ghulkhan

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    n(n)
    raf simons
    raf simons
    vansmj


    pullin of those shorts pretty damn well man
     
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    i [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] the shoes on this page.
     
  11. Aries

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    Pret-ty standard, really.

    H&H cream linen shirt
    Gap shirting-like cotton pants, could stand to come up 1/2" on the hem, but whatever
    Jacks
    Sutor cream suede belt (thanks Stylestudent)


    J, sorry had to quote this again it's superb. You've apparently raised the standards for "pret-ty standard" fare. How did you manage to keep the collar on a linen shirt so crisp and high?
     
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    n(n)
    raf simons
    raf simons
    vansmj


    I really dig all your outfits. I just wish I could afford some of the brands you wear [​IMG]
     
  13. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    Lowrey!. Thats the "Bestestest" look these past few pages.
    Love the hoody, the shorts fit well considering the length. Overall color superb.
    Now I need to go shopping tomozza for new shorts !.

    My top 3 "Bestestest" recently
    Lowrey
    Fuuma
    Superbobo
     
  14. Baron

    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Sporting my new mustache, that been described to me as "Burt Reynolds," "Gay Cop" and "French Pornstar." [​IMG] Thrifted Neiman Marcus shirt SDA 105 tailored to slight taper suede chukkas.
     
  15. Borky

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    Looks good. Who makes the belt though? Is it LGC?
     
  16. jet

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    Lowrey!. Thats the "Bestestest" look these past few pages.
    Love the hoody, the shorts fit well considering the length. Overall color superb.
    Now I need to go shopping tomozza for new shorts !.


    Co-op has those shorts, they could be raf not raf simons, they have black raf jeans that are pretty ill too with black hardware and the small hem how you like so much don't know why...

    They also have some white w/blue pinstripe boo shorts that are cool, peep those
     
  17. ghulkhan

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    Colour today

    [​IMG]

    Jacket : Comme des Garçons
    Tee : Surface2Air
    Shorts : Phat Farm (I kid you not...I like them)
    Slip-ons: Vans
    Glasses: Alain Mikli


    I dig that CDG jacket
    what year is that from?
     
  18. Brian SD

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    Baron. Lose the stache please. You're a good looking guy. No need to fuck up that purdy face.
     
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    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Baron. Lose the stache please. You're a good looking guy. No need to fuck up that purdy face.

    But how often do YOU get called a gay cop or a french pornstar? I think you might be jealous.

    Seriously, it's a temporary affectation. It'll be gone soon.
     
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