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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. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    agnes b shirt (10+ years and going strong)
    Nudie thin finn dry black
    Paul Smith oxblood boots
    Lucky Jeans belt
    D&G black corian/stainless watch

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    +1

    I really like that look, one of my favorites that you've done.
     
  2. Aaron

    Aaron Senior member

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    Utterly unreliable and largely uncool '65 MG B roadster
    Unreliable, yes. Uncool, no.

    Welcome, great first post Blenheimer.

    Today:
    APC Rescue (6 months 2 washes)
    Orange/White Check Authentic Youngbloods Western Shirt
    Green J Crew 1/4 Zip Sweater
    Argyle Socks
    Tan Leather and Dark Brown Suede Quick Shoes
    Donna Karen Signature Angora/Cashmere Blazer

    A.
     
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    [​IMG] H&M Sliqs - They've stretched a great deal, if I knew I'd probably gotten a 28. The 29s were bustin' my balls when I got them tho. I will probably keep wearing these untill I've decided on what higher quality jeans to buy. I've put the Jet-G jeans on hold, since I'm a bit awkward about ordering jeans online. I'll check out the Dry Bones store in Osaka when I go back next year instead. Currently I'm thinking about a pair of Nudie Slim Jim Dry Japans or Thin Finn Dry Blacks to start off with, unless I can find a store which sells APC New Standards in the Netherlands.
     
  5. cultpop 0217

    cultpop 0217 Senior member

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    those h&m look really good ninja
    get smart, cmf, and sauce looking good
    and ddml: that is how you wear a hoody with a jacket. nice.

    fall is here.

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    vintage flannel scarf
    cultpop ziggy t
    10 month nikkis
    dirty vans

    saggy and drrrty jeans. ready for a wash.
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    razor blade and lightning bolt necklace (thanks onemancult)
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  6. Get Smart

    Get Smart Senior member

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    Cult, that bowie shirt with the razor and lightning necklace looks dope. great juxtaposition of images!
     
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    cultpop 0217 Senior member

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    i was wondering if anyone would notice.

    leave it to you[​IMG]
     
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    GAP baseball-style tee in gray with offset white/black/white stripes running from the collar to either sleeve end
    GAP loose boot cut jeans in mid-dark blue with front fade
    GAP double d-ring buckle steel belt with black woven cotton belt
    Adidas Y-3 Field shoes in matte black with first and third stripes and soccer-style shoelace cover in very shiny black patent leather

    Breitling Colt Ocean Automatic in SS on SS bracelet with black dial

    Jon.
     
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    cultpop 0217 Senior member

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    agreed.
     
  10. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    Gucci shirt/tie
    Theory cotton blazer
    RRDS

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  11. knucks

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    Haven't left the room all day (busy studying), but if I go out tonight this is what I'll probably wear. Nike tee H&M Crate [​IMG]
     
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    jacket from japan
    old banana republic sweater
    samuari black
    vans
     
  13. Get Smart

    Get Smart Senior member

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    jacket from japan

    that's a sweet looking jacket. I dig the dual zipper/snap closures...always good to have a backup plan B
     
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    jacket from japan
    Yeah, nice one. Like the button flap on the collar. Does that attach to anything on the other side of the collar?
     
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    Yeah, nice one. Like the button flap on the collar. Does that attach to anything on the other side of the collar?


    yeah, it buttons to the other side, but this thing is tight enough as is. hard to zip even without feeling like a fat shit
     
  16. knucks

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    poly, i really like that jacket.

    what do you guys think of my look? too much blue? granted i won't faux-tuck it.
     
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    Poly800rock, is that jacket black or a very very deep/dark purple? Anyways, awesome jacket! [​IMG]
     
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    I couldn't tell you (not enough knowledge about it, and the eBay seller didn't know anything either, really). But I can provide you with bigger pics, if you'd like to take a closer look at them on my cluttered-ass desk. Dunno if these were the original soles; I'm taking them to get resoled soon in any case. http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b1...mbatboots2.jpg http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b1...mbatboots1.jpg Hmmm. Photobucket seems to have auto-resized the pics. They were much bigger. At any rate, I'm not sure that'll help much.
    Heh. I can pick out Guns, Germs, and Steel, but I have no idea what those boots are. Ah well.
     
  19. timpoblete

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    what do you guys think of my look? too much blue? granted i won't faux-tuck it. [​IMG]
    The light blue top with the jeans is fine. I'd try to use shoes that aren't blue and change the undershirt to something that doesn't blend in with your skin so much if you're going to let it show like that at the neck. Maybe white or black, to go with your wrist accesories, or one of the colors in your shoes. BTW that's a pretty sweet shirt.
     
  20. Arethusa

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    I'd say there is a bit too much blue. Not that that shirt can't be worn with jeans, but you might be better tucking and wearing a brown belt with the two top buttons of your shirt undone. Could also wear a long sleeve yellow shirt under there and just roll up the blue shirt.
     
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