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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. Fuuma

    Fuuma Senior member

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    How the blazes can you wear a leather shirt in this heat?

    It was quite cold where am I, I should have worn a scarf and maybe a light coat...
     
  2. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Senior member

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    Barneys shirt
    Brioni pant
    NM belt
    JB socks
    testoni bluchers
     
  3. m_wave

    m_wave Senior member

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    Canali
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    What's up with the shoulders of that jacket.. [​IMG]
     
  4. Coulomb

    Coulomb Senior member

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    Canali Express 5EP Zara
    are the sleeves a little short drizzt?
     
  5. drizzt3117

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    What's up with the shoulders of that jacket.. [​IMG]

    what do you mean, the roping?

    I like the sleeve length, it shows a perfect amount of cuff.
     
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    j Senior member

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    This thread is hurting me really bad right now.
     
  7. Brian SD

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    You're the shit, Fuuma
     
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    posts few and far between at the moment....tres busy. there's been a lot of great looks here lately, i will post some comments when i get some breathing space.

    nothing too exciting...this was the other night, to play our first show in over a year, alongside darkest hour. [​IMG]
    much sweatiness ensued.

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    vans era
    APC NS
    origin band t
    schwipe hoodie
    stonewood+bryce bomber
    generic beanie
     
  9. whodini

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    Bout time someone else posted a gig WAYWN. And stop making me want an ESP.
     
  10. modual

    modual Senior member

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    JPGM - how many did you size down on the apc ns ? They look good
     
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    JPGM - how many did you size down on the apc ns ? They look good

    i sized down 3 to 27. they have stretched out a heap though, and sag a lot even when i dont want them to.
     
  12. berlin report

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    You're the shit, Fuuma
    +1. Really good.
     
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    i sized down 3 to 27. they have stretched out a heap though, and sag a lot even when i dont want them to.
    That APC sizing is just warped. I'll never understand it.
     
  14. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    Yves Saint Laurent brown mohair jacket with tiger eye buttons
    Dolce & Gabbana white/blue/brown shirt
    RL Purple Label silk square
    Michael Bastian white jeans
    Gucci brown suede bamboo tassle loafer-mocs

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  15. berlin report

    berlin report Senior member

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    SoCal2NYC, love this fit. White + brown always been one of my favorites. Its so hot today and we don't have AC...
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  16. BrettChaotix

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    I've always been a sucker for that quilted maple finish..... Berlin: It's going to push 100 degrees in Baltimore today - that outfit is proof you can stay comfortable and stylish in this type of heat. I think I'll steal it for the weekend!
     
  17. Saucemaster

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    Fuck you're ghetto.

    What the hell do you spend that Peasant cash on? Crack?


    Peasant doesn't SELL crack, duh. I bought a whole lot of weed and some Phillies Blunts.
     
  18. Saucemaster

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    what do you mean, the roping?

    I think he's referring to the fact that the shoulders have some weird kink in them. I also think they look a little bit too wide, but the first problem is much more noticeable.
     
  19. lawyerdad

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    what do you mean, the roping?

    I like the sleeve length, it shows a perfect amount of cuff.


    I don't think it's the roping per se - this is the same jacket you had in the other thread, right? Maybe when you have the padding removed it'll address the problem, but there's a weird rippling effect that appears to be more than just the roping. Look, for example, at how there appears to be a big "dent" or crease in the outside of each sleeve a bit below the shoulder seam.

    I agree that you're showing the perfect amount of cuff, but imho that's because both your shirt sleeves and your jacket sleeves are slightly short.
     
  20. Saucemaster

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    I agree that you're showing the perfect amount of cuff, but imho that's because both your shirt sleeves and your jacket sleeves are slightly short.

    +1 this as well.
     
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