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 6528  

post #97906 of 117677
Looks great bows. Like the pants and boots.
post #97907 of 117677
kg tirr and bows all so good
post #97908 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by bows1 View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
BAfrrfql.jpg
.
TOJ Daypack
Lumen Et Umbra Shirt
Zam Barrett DNA Jeans
10sei0otto Boots

those zams look great bows. deets on the umbrella? biggrin.gif

thx snow. i saw some vitellos popped up briefly on ebay last week. was going to pm you but they were sold within hours.
post #97909 of 117677

bows are these the pants? great fit really like the colors

 

so a Y's for Men suit came in the mail courtesy of zapatiste fistbump.gif I've always been interested in Yohji and kinda suspect that in 10-15 years time that'll be all I wear. This suit is definitely on the more conventional side, though there is just enough "off" that it's still distinct. 80% Cotton 20% Linen. Reminds me of an old EG bedford I used to have, so hopefully the fabric will age beautifully. Current plan is to get it as rumpled and wrinkly as possible.

 

 

 

OP/Y's/Acne/Guidi/Silent

post #97910 of 117677

Casual Friday at work.

 

AppleMark

 

Details: (Click to show)

Vans

Levi's
Brooks Bros. Polo
(not pictured: Land's End canvas belt)

 

post #97911 of 117677
and just when i was about to say what a great day of fits it's been
post #97912 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by spacepope View Post

bows are these the pants? great fit really like the colors

Those are the ones!
post #97913 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post



Nice outfit. Let's connect politic ditto some time.
post #97914 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by ramdomthought View Post

post #97915 of 117677
erm.... I'll take a crack at it...

Polo's are a little fratty. (puts on flamesuit) I do wear them myself but they're always very fitted and solid dark colors. Ie polos aren't well regarded around these parts unless done well. This one looks like it was bought to fit around your stomach while the rest of it's just plain too big. The shoulder seams are drooping over your actual shoulders, the contrast collars and cuffs draw unnecessary attention, the horizontal stripes only make you look wider, etc... no good. Toss in the charity pile and never wear it again.
Jeans are meh, but I've seen worse. Ignore the 'go super slim' advice/looks you see since you have a wide upper body. That being said at some point you'll probably have to upgrade that part.
Vans, look they're passable in that they're rather nonedescript but if you're not some 16 year old skaterboi or Parker then I'd say start by upgrading the shoes, of course after you start with some other basics like shirts and pants that flatter you (to the best that clothing can do that for you given your body shape, sorry guy, just sayin')

anyway, hope there's something useful in there for ya

Quote:
Originally Posted by doyleclark View Post

Casual Friday at work.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
AppleMark


ramdomthought - footwear's too sleek, needs rustic boot. Shirt looks casual but maybe go more casual like big checkered flannel or something
post #97916 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by ramdomthought View Post

 



Looks good. You've come a long way in your style in the last year or so.

post #97917 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

erm.... I'll take a crack at it...

Useful criticism: (Click to show)

Polo's are a little fratty. (puts on flamesuit) I do wear them myself but they're always very fitted and solid dark colors. Ie polos aren't well regarded around these parts unless done well. This one looks like it was bought to fit around your stomach while the rest of it's just plain too big. The shoulder seams are drooping over your actual shoulders, the contrast collars and cuffs draw unnecessary attention, the horizontal stripes only make you look wider, etc... no good. Toss in the charity pile and never wear it again.
Jeans are meh, but I've seen worse. Ignore the 'go super slim' advice/looks you see since you have a wide upper body. That being said at some point you'll probably have to upgrade that part.
Vans, look they're passable in that they're rather nonedescript but if you're not some 16 year old skaterboi or Parker then I'd say start by upgrading the shoes, of course after you start with some other basics like shirts and pants that flatter you (to the best that clothing can do that for you given your body shape, sorry guy, just sayin')

anyway, hope there's something useful in there for ya

 

I prefer coat/tie at work, but was under some heavy pressure to polo-up on Fridays.  "given your body shape…"  No offense taken at all, I've dropped 100 pounds over the last year and a half.  Some clothes are starting to not fit so well to say the least.  I usually just wear the Vans around the house on the weekend.  For my foot (which ultimately matters the most) they're a very comfortable shoe.  Thanks for the useful criticism, I do appreciate it.

post #97918 of 117677
Quote:
Originally Posted by brad-t View Post


flawless gif looping

 

In case anyone was wondering about the video source of GIF: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeB3eYk1Ze0&t=1m6s

post #97919 of 117677

Went art gallery hopping today with a few of my close friends; free booze and good times.
Overall a great day to relax and enjoy Chicago's few days of "just right" weather.

Lad Musician.
Lad Musician.
Phenomenon Tote Bag.
Vans.

post #97920 of 117677
Nice and simple fishbones! smile.gif
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