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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. whodini

    whodini Well-Known Member

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    They don't have the Stacey Kent version up on youtube which I like much better than the original.
    Did you get my pm about Julie London?
     
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    I was just going to look back and see what her name was again. I will check her out right now. Stacey Kent's only stop in the States is Birdland in June. That would be pretty awesome to see.
     
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    Here I am being minimalistic. [​IMG]
    Holy shit, just wow, I wish I could look a TENTH that good in such simplicity, that sillouette is amazing.
     
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    davo10375 Well-Known Member

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    LK looks good though i could never rock man heels

    dibabadada or whatever, looks nice and relaxed and like a pretty relaxed (and one i can relate to) way of wearin ann D.
     
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    The good stuff! perfect combination of pieces, and a nice color selection. Only thing id change are the slightly too long sleeves on the bedford. Probably one of my favourite shoreman fits.
     
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    I like the way the cuban heels balance the coat silhouette. I also dig the straighter leg trouser that isnt too tapered. Usually I see cubans worn with really tapered trews but I think the slight kickout that a straight leg gives actually look a bit more in synch with that kinda heel.

    Shore looks good too, but that jacket/sweater thing is making me feel warm and itchy
     
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    Looks good, but the sleeves are too long. You're running the risk of looking like the kid brother wearing his older brother's hand-me-down.
     
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    I like the way the cuban heels balance the coat silhouette. I also dig the straighter leg trouser that isnt too tapered. Usually I see cubans worn with really tapered trews but I think the slight kickout that a straight leg gives actually look a bit more in synch with that kinda heel.

    Shore looks good too, but that jacket/sweater thing is making me feel warm and itchy


    Yea, that pic has got me thinking that I could use a pair of cuban heeled boots, which probably would look ridiculous on me and would never be worn. Still, I got the itch.
     
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    Are harringtons supposed to be really short? I got one yesterday and it comes to about my waist like this, but if I bend over or raise my arms or anything like that it rides way up my back.[​IMG] Also, I have a pinned thread. I'm e-famous.[​IMG]
     
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    Thanks dudes.

    The good stuff! perfect combination of pieces, and a nice color selection. Only thing id change are the slightly too long sleeves on the bedford. Probably one of my favourite shoreman fits.

    Looks good, but the sleeves are too long. You're running the risk of looking like the kid brother wearing his older brother's hand-me-down.

    The sleeves are indeed a little long. Other bedford club members vox and AlanC seemed to address this by rolling the sleeves; I am not a fan of this on me. Also my sleeves always often look long because of my tiny carny hands. When I'm not posing for WAYWT they don't seem so long, but you certainly won't see any sleeve cuff.

    Shore looks good too, but that jacket/sweater thing is making me feel warm and itchy

    It's not itchy--soft as snow but warm inside. Wind chills in the single digits this morning (cold for DC). I needed an overcoat. Sposed to be 60 this weekend, though. Damn Smarch weather.


    Robbie looks good, if blurry; berlin report is wearing a nice shirt. That's Duffer?
     
  11. Superb0bo

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    Thanks dudes.
    Also my sleeves always often look long because of my tiny carny hands. When I'm not posing for WAYWT they don't seem so long, but you certainly won't see any sleeve cuff.


    Thats a scary mental image! What are the pants btw?
     
  12. shoreman1782

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    Just J crew. Shirt, too--has the mysterious third collar button on the back! Pocket square is from Howard Yount.
     
  13. Teger

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    xenox get out

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    I like the jacket shoreman and I think that the fit is much more flattering than your usual stuff. you should probably get some slimmer khakis though (espeically in the thigh) and I'd lose the pocket square
     
  14. berlin report

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    Shore, yes the shirt's Duffer.
     
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    Awww hellssss yea. Nice work, mang. Love dem pants
     
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    ^I really like the bottega shoes and MMM pants, but the overall fit is 'meh.'
     
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    Awww hellssss yea. Nice work, mang. Love dem pants
    Thanks dood [​IMG]
    ^I really like the bottega shoes and MMM pants, but the overall fit is 'meh.'
    You too sweetie [​IMG]
     
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    You too sweetie [​IMG]

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    I really liked your last fit though, with the book tuck. Now I feel like I'm backpedaling. Time to bounce.


    *ZIIiiiiiiiip*
     
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    Yea, there's nothing groundbreaking about it but i really love those shoes and pants. Simple, wearable, but with a slight twist in the pants (sounds kinda ghey now that i think about it [​IMG] )
     
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    Yea, there's nothing groundbreaking about it but i really love those shoes and pants. Simple, wearable, but with a slight twist in the pants (sounds kinda ghey now that i think about it [​IMG] )

    Sad face co-sign: [​IMG]
     
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