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. minya

    minya Senior member

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    [​IMG] sweatshirt spruce t boris jeans dior shoes jack purcell
     
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    Minya, looks like you have some decent fading going on with those Diors. 21cm sized up a little?
     
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    Minya, looks like you have some decent fading going on with those Diors. 21cm sized up a little?
    yep, they're true-to-size 21cm's. I'm a 32 in most jeans, these are 32's. Next pair I get will be 31's, which will fit perfectly after some stretching, but I love the way these fit too. Really slouchy.

    I noticed the faded parts too, which is interesting, because they don't really show up when you look at the jeans in person.
     
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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Feeling old today. Vintage Umbro jacket Vintage Live Aid tee Vintage Catalina Island belt buckle RRL's
     
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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Okay, I actually wore this a few days ago. The cap is an oiled cotton Engineers cap by English hatmaker Fred Bare, the hoodie is edun, belt Baltazar. Jeans are Nudie RRDS, and those as Nike Blazers

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    -thrift store "Hunt Club" polo shirt, navy with top half blue and white stripe at chest level
    -over that, a Legend of Zelda tee
    -Express low rise boot cut jeans, vintage blue wash
    -same sneakers I always wear, the Vans Old Skool
     
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    will stroll around town today

    cheap aviator sunglasses
    Penguin polo by Munsingwear
    shoe-lace wallet chain
    Banana Republic selvage
    Adidas Stan Smith
     
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    Getsmart, I bet you catch lots of flack (here at least) for wearing the tie clip. If so, I say screw them, b/c I think it looks great.

    Today I wore a grey suit, white and light blue vertical striped shirt, button down, no tie, and black oxford shoes.

    After work and it's casual time. Jeans, black wifebeater, and house shoes. My typical streetwear
     
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    Okay, I actually wore this a few days ago. The cap is an oiled cotton Engineers cap by English hatmaker Fred Bare, the hoodie is edun, belt Baltazar. Jeans are Nudie RRDS, and those as Nike Blazers

    That hoodie fit is perfect. I didn't really notice it at first glance, but that's exactly how I like my hoodies to fit. The length of the hoodie is good, too--very well proportioned with the jeans. Would be nice to get a better representation of the colors, but there's only so much you can ask of a cell camera. [​IMG]

    [Obligatory: d00d, nice flarez!1]
     
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    what the hell here too: [​IMG][​IMG] kva twisted collar blazer. UC. 45rpm. cdiem/linea split toe shoes.
     
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    jet Persian Bro

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    the fit on those jeans is just how I like them, which cut are they?

    There are some sick cdiems out now too.
     
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    That hoodie fit is perfect. I didn't really notice it at first glance, but that's exactly how I like my hoodies to fit. The length of the hoodie is good, too--very well proportioned with the jeans. Would be nice to get a better representation of the colors, but there's only so much you can ask of a cell camera. [​IMG]

    [Obligatory: d00d, nice flarez!1]


    Thanks. That hoodie is probably one of my best fitting ones - the drape is amazing. My Kelly Green tea-dyed (yeah, true DIY) Spruce classic fit fits very similarly.

    Anyway, unless I am wearing an anti-fit hoodie (like my Cast hoodies) that is the way I wear my silhouette - fitted top, and slouchier bottom. I guess that I was always influenced by old comic books and graphic novels from the Seventies and early 80's. It's a good silhouette if you have some shoulders and are reasonably slim athletic.
     
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    soraihiko sulfur overdye. i bought them over a year ago though, the cut seems to change from year to year.
     
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    Zegna polo
    Kors jeans
    NMbelt
    Calvin Klein socks
    Doc Martens
     
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    I posted this on the Mens Clothing section but I always approach wearing suits like "streetwear"...anyways, me and Alfie the Bruiser over the weekend...


    I thought you were wearing gloves in this pic....then the next thing struck my mind was this guy is a professional hitman :p.
     
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