or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › The WAYWT Discussion Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

The WAYWT Discussion Thread - Page 2704  

post #40546 of 117677
@ melloandjello - my advice

1) wear some less aggressive footwear
2) size up at least a full size on your shirts and maybe some other items. just because you can fit in to something doesn't mean you should
2) dont wear henleys. have the neckline on your shirts at least be similar to the necklines on your outerwear
3) Pick a more muted palette. If you want to wear aggressive silhouettes and pieces make sure all your items are pretty close in tone.
post #40547 of 117677
thanks guys for the feedback. brand list:

cardigan: cheap monday
shirt: j.crew
pants: uniqlo
boots: wolverine 1000mile(brown)
watch: gshock military series

Quote:
Originally Posted by wootx View Post
nice. mind sharing brands?
post #40548 of 117677
MoK -- the pants cuff/roll looks much better this go-round....good work.

and agreed @ great backgrounds... very nice.
post #40549 of 117677
thanks. need to buy some of these
post #40550 of 117677
t0fu: love the tuck. fuck the haters (that's my WAYWT mantra apparently)
post #40551 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by sexonfabric View Post
First shorts day of the year...sunglasses needed for those white pins!!
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
EG
EG
Yuketen[/SPOILER]
I must get round to getting some shorts. No doubt as soon as I do this unseasonably good weather will vanish... Nice shirt.
Quote:
Originally Posted by t0fu View Post
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

[/SPOILER]
cardigan: cheap monday
shirt: j.crew
pants: uniqlo
boots: wolverine 1000mile(brown)
watch: gshock military series
I like all of this including the tuck.

Quote:
Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post
Nice relaxed fit. You always have such great backgrounds/locations for your shots, too. Part of it is because I am jealous and want to live in England. Then again, I could get some good shots here in Venice but I'd have to be out at like 530am to get them.
Cheers. The local brewery provides a useful backdrop. I can't be bothered to lug a tripod round with me, so it's whereever there's something of a decent height to balance the camera on.
Quote:
Originally Posted by whatever123 View Post
i like this look on you.
Thanks. I sometimes think the simpler I go the better it works, but half the fun is making mistakes
Quote:
Originally Posted by phreak View Post
[SPOILER]

Eh can't see, but I was having a good hair day so I decided to snap a pic. 'Jeans' day at work. Excuse the shit mirror, I just moved in and am still shopping around for furniture
Jeans fit looks good, but I've got neck ache...
Quote:
Originally Posted by Big Pun View Post
Need some nice black boots to gank synthese's steelo.

Crappy mirror pic
[spoiler]

Yes ideally needs boots , but the GATs don't look bad with the white of the T
Quote:
Originally Posted by slack tide View Post
MoK -- the pants cuff/roll looks much better this go-round....good work.

and agreed @ great backgrounds... very nice.

Thanks. I think the slimmer pant helps too with the cuffing.
post #40552 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by t0fu View Post
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



cardigan: cheap monday
shirt: j.crew
pants: uniqlo
boots: wolverine 1000mile(brown)
watch: gshock military series
look like NdG
post #40553 of 117677
alotta top buttons gettin buttoned recently...

(i like it if looks right, on you). T0fu has a little quirk to his look, but it's cool, and comes together...diggit.

SexonFabric - great shorts. Now sorry I passed those over the last time I was at Barneys..
post #40554 of 117677
Jacket is grey, hmmm why does everything always look looser in pictures? Input welcome!
LL
LL
post #40555 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by Magician View Post
@ melloandjello - my advice 1) wear some less aggressive footwear 2) size up at least a full size on your shirts and maybe some other items. just because you can fit in to something doesn't mean you should 2) dont wear henleys. have the neckline on your shirts at least be similar to the necklines on your outerwear 3) Pick a more muted palette. If you want to wear aggressive silhouettes and pieces make sure all your items are pretty close in tone.
Hey, there we go! Much more helpful 1) Yeah...working on that 2) 3) I have some Silent and RO tees and stuff, but I don't like to wear tees under that jacket, I think it needs some more visual interest between the lapels...and I don't think I can really wear a regular buttondown under that cardigan, eh? Picked a middleground. If it wasn't cold I'd have left off the jacket and worn a plain tee, but I'm still stuck on the feet. 4) Also being worked towards, though its hard because my wardrobe isn't focused at all and I don't really want to be a goth ninja Also curious, when you say "fits" are you referring to the fact that I posted two pictures or "fits" as in everything I have posted previously? Thanks for taking the time to offer advice instead of meaningless internet hate
post #40556 of 117677
how the fuck are common projects aggressive footwear??? (hope you meant more) I agree about henley advice, But I suggest more drape with your shirts. You're skinny so it would look well. Doesn't have to be something ninja, though.

I dunno, you're incongruous style works in my eyes, but don't get anything too loud which will throw the balance off. Maybe buy a RO intarsia just to have a slight sleek/tad aggressive feel to your outfits.
post #40557 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lane View Post
how the fuck are common projects aggressive footwear??? (hope you meant more) I agree about henley advice, But I suggest more drape with your shirts. You're skinny so it would look well. Doesn't have to be something ninja, though.

I dunno, you're incongruous style works in my eyes, but don't get anything too loud which will throw the balance off. Maybe buy a RO intarsia just to have a slight sleek/tad aggressive feel to your outfits.

OOPS!!!!!!!
post #40558 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lane View Post
how the fuck are common projects aggressive footwear??? (hope you meant more) I agree about henley advice, But I suggest more drape with your shirts. You're skinny so it would look well. Doesn't have to be something ninja, though. I dunno, you're incongruous style works in my eyes, but don't get anything too loud which will throw the balance off. Maybe buy a RO intarsia just to have a slight sleek/tad aggressive feel to your outfits.
If only we all had a grand lying around for an intarsia! The style of the genre is cool but too expensive to perfect. Unless my intuition is wrong, I feel like mj is in the same boat.
post #40559 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hot Dog Day #49 View Post
OOPS!!!!!!!

indeed

also, crazyjew, save? its not like I said go buy one this instant young man. Plus, thats just generic advice of mine. Just find a nice jacket that will compliment your silhouette.
post #40560 of 117677
lane who's paying for all your shit?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
This thread is locked  
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › The WAYWT Discussion Thread