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(Old) The WAYWT Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Jekyll, Feb 28, 2009.

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  1. chronoaug

    chronoaug Well-Known Member

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    Yea, i'm retarded. People should really just start putting me on ignore
     
  2. constant struggle

    constant struggle Well-Known Member

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    It's good, pants are a little too long like you mentioned. Biggest thing for me is maybe it's too many solids. There's no pattern and they are all pretty distinct solids, I would have liked a little bit of variation.



    vest != sweater.


    interesting point...
    i really don't own many patterns, hmm something i should get into
     
  3. constant struggle

    constant struggle Well-Known Member

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    Believe it or not the x-daddy was sober last night. That's Coca Cola in the solo. You can kind of make out some of the wear on the Sugar Canes.




    first xchen waywt in a while, and he seems to have lost a lot of his western/trad influence, sad to see just a tee shirt there, especially to a party!
     
  4. GoSurface

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    helllooooo, been meaning to post in this thread for a while but never got to it [​IMG] [​IMG]
    This is great, keep posting. Who makes the trench?
     
  5. chronoaug

    chronoaug Well-Known Member

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    Yea, i like his fits. For some reason they weren't showing up for me so i wasn't able to comment before. Nice work
     
  6. ahjota

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    ^^ I like his looks, too, but the way that trench is hanging just bothers me. If he's going to belt it I think he should close the trench. It seems way too affected as is.
     
  7. Flame

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    That's a really cool shirt. You're like a pocket-sized FadetoBlack. I'm not sure if the shoes work in the entire composition though.
    IMO german army goes with almost any casual outfit. Maybe the color was off but I like doing off-colors these days. Although something like a pair of Doc Martens or cool sandals (like those Jil strappy ones) would have made it better.
     
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    Tigers Cap
    AA tee
    Ben Sherman Harrington
    Carhartt Belt
    Ande Whall Streaky Grifters
    PF Flyers (sup, PF flyer thread)

    Sorry to hear of your sobriety, Xchen.



    This is awesome, especially all the RED. The cap looks right on too which is pretty hard to do imo.
     
  9. Master-Classter

    Master-Classter Well-Known Member

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    First off, based on your avitar and encyclopedic knowledge of colognes, for some reason I always assumed you were korean or something [​IMG]

    anyway, good for you for taking up the challenge. After 2 years, I'm even considering putting up something myself.

    Quick comments on the outfit and look
    Pants need a bit of a hem
    I think the blue shirt is a bit strong, maybe something lighter or with a fun pattern to break up the solids
    the undershirt/crewneck thing sort of bothers me... not sure if there's a reason you let them show like that

    Overall, my thoughts on your look are that they look put together and clean, but I would recomend trying to throw in every outfit one really fun/crazy thing that shows a bit of humour... (not to the Neofinitia level)

    Repost:

    rach, i like your overall atitude and i think your looks are pretty great, but i feel you always look too clean and neat.

    Thats fine for everyone else including me but theres sort of the feeling from your personnality and taste that you could let go and do some wild interesting things with your style and clothes beyond quirky colors (the pants do look great with the outfit).


    I also think letting your hair grow would be better for you
     
  10. XenoX101

    XenoX101 Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] Prana DSQ2 Timberland
    This looks very natural and honest, also surprised at those jeans, not bad considering the brand.
    John Galliano sweatshirt Dolce & Gabbana jeans [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Umm..
     
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    This looks very natural and honest, also surprised at those jeans, not bad considering the brand.
    Yeah, except for the emergency weiner release cord. To me, the tats/cabin don't match the D2/prada.
     
  12. SoCal2NYC

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    Yeah, except for the emergency weiner release cord. To me, the tats/cabin don't match the D2/prada.

    Yah cut off the dick flap.

    Cabins and DSquared2 is so 2004 when they had the hole Canadian wilderness theme!
     
  13. Jekyll

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    This is awesome, especially all the RED. The cap looks right on too which is pretty hard to do imo.

    +1 Love the way you have those hemmed a bit short to show off the flyers.
     
  14. 8bpc

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    MARCH 1, which means the "challenge" officially begins.
    As such, I give you salmon pink pants. I've never worn these out of the house (haha), but I've had them for years. They're too long and I think I will get them hemmed if I ever actually wear them again.


    I've been meaning to comment for awhile since you've been posting more fits lately. I'm impressed by the colors you put together. I've never considered combining such colors.

    The pants in your recent posts seem to be a straight leg fit, I think a leg with a little more taper to the leg opening might look nice.
     
  15. Brutus

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    This is great, keep posting. Who makes the trench?

    Yea, i like his fits. For some reason they weren't showing up for me so i wasn't able to comment before. Nice work

    ^^ I like his looks, too, but the way that trench is hanging just bothers me. If he's going to belt it I think he should close the trench. It seems way too affected as is.

    There's really a picture there? I see nothing.
     
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    mulansauce Well-Known Member

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    There are actually five images embedded in that post, although none of them show up for me either. If you quote the post, you can see all the image links, which oddly enough will work if viewed directly.
     
  17. Brutus

    Brutus Well-Known Member

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    So I did that ^ (checked out the direct links) and then went back to the original post and all of a sudden the pictures appeared within the post.
     
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    mulansauce Well-Known Member

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    It's like the embedded images with blogger. They will only appear if you have visited the image or site directly.
     
  19. yerfdog

    yerfdog Well-Known Member

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    So I did that ^ (checked out the direct links) and then went back to the original post and all of a sudden the pictures appeared within the post.
    because now they are in your browser's cache
     
  20. GoSurface

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    Looks like fun.
     
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