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. Get Smart

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    One of the only days I've worn a tshirt this entire summer...

    The Briefs band shirt
    Nudie Thin Finn
    Paul Smith multicolor stitch leather belt
    Diesel stainless watch
    Puma leather H Street

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    Burnt orange Lacoste polo
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    looks good

    Agree....it's going to attract a lot of attention, but I assume that was the intent.

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    I'm pulling a "House" today (minus the cane).

    Graphic Tee, casual button-up shirt untucked/unbuttoned, blazer, distressed Diesels, and Chuck Taylors
     


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    its hot here today in lovely san francisco. i am wearing a vintage free city t-shirt from ron herman vintage, levis capital e stacked skinny jeans and havianas flip flops.
     


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    One of the only days I've worn a tshirt this entire summer...

    The Briefs band shirt
    Nudie Thin Finn
    Paul Smith multicolor stitch leather belt
    Diesel stainless watch
    Puma leather H Street

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    The TFs look great.. I need to get some myself.
     


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    One of the only days I've worn a tshirt this entire summer...

    The Briefs band shirt
    Nudie Thin Finn
    Paul Smith multicolor stitch leather belt
    Diesel stainless watch
    Puma leather H Street

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    sex objects did not leave my player for at least 6 months.

    after seeing the way those finns fit you i have decided that they are the closest im going to get to replacing my jr nikkis. the saggier ass and skinny legs look very similar to my hobokens. i just wish the finns were button fly! and i really wish jr were easier to get in the states. how do those finns compare to your jr calis?
     


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    Bergdorf Goodman shirt
    Brioni jeans
    Zegna belt
    Zegna socks
    Gravati chelsea boots
     


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    how do those finns compare to your jr calis?


    The cut is real similar but the Finns seem to have a slightly thinner overall leg, mostly knees down. I really like the lower back yoke and low pockets. That's the detail that puts this a notch over my JR. personally, I like the zipper more than buttonfly. The denim is thinner than JR and that 2% stretch makes them hella comfortable. The ass isnt butthugging tight which I also like. I just got my pair in dry black yesterday so I'm stoked.
     


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    carrying on a theme...

    Nudie Thin Finn dry black
    Diesel watch
    Nineveh Tshirt
    White & Co. 1880 trainers
    Old Navy belt

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    Haha I used to tuck my shirt in like that but a little more to the side, crazy.
     


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    Get Smart, for Nudie Thin Finn dry black, have you looked at similar offerings from Diesel(Onijo, Slammer, Thanaz with stretch denim), how would you rate them compare to Nudie?
     


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    I was looking at the new Diesel model (dont know the name but maybe it's the Thanaz) but it's 2% stretch and has nearly the exact fit as Thin Finn with a very skinny leg. It has an interesting design, with 2 seams running along the back of leg (not as gross as it sounds) and a zippered small pocket above the back right pocket. It fit nice but cost $200 and overall I liked the Nudies better. But it's worth checking out for a good alternative.
     


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    Nudie Thin Finn dry black
    Diesel watch
    Nineveh Tshirt
    White & Co. 1880 trainers
    Old Navy belt

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    Get Smart, you wearing your belt backwards in this pic?
     


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