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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.

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  1. barims

    barims Well-Known Member

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    Outstanding. Does your photographer have a website?

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    Also well played

    damn gosurface been curling cheeseburgers?

    Scamp. Also, I always took Vanna for a sarong man

    One of your best, barims. Loving the colours... esp the jacket.

    Gracias

    barims, I'm not sure when you got that haircut, but it looks great on you. It's much sleeker and imo it allows you to pull off those beautiful colors and accessories better without being too over the top.

    Thanks. I'm taking advantage of only having to pay barbers the rough equivalent of a dollar + here in Accra

    That doesn't happen to be the singer Jamie Archer ??

    Not to my knowledge, but then Jamie is a mysterious but playful little dish...

    But as dirty, I wore this to go see Vitalic.

    How was it? I saw him at his debut London show 5 years ago and subsequently decided that he could never better himself

    Barims, gorgeous.

    Much appreciated, fellow

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    The peacoat is always good to see. I rather enjoyed the previous ensemble, in case I omitted to mention before

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    Offbeat but likeable silhouette

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    The photography lessons are paying off handsomely

    Love this picture.

    Thanks. Considering the cramp, I had fun sitting for that, mainly because I knew I was being observed by museum patrons wondering why a tall black man in a bow tie was opening an umbrella indoors and if they should not alert an authority
     
  2. Lynx_the_one

    Lynx_the_one Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. Considering the cramp, I had fun sitting for that, mainly because I knew I was being observed by museum patrons wondering why a tall black man in a bow tie was opening an umbrella indoors and if they should not alert an authority


    Ha ha. Yeah, If I saw you posing like that for a picture in the smithsonian, I would probably be freaking out a little too. I didn't realize that picture was inside though, great lighting.
     
  3. GoSurface

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    Scamp. Also, I always took Vanna for a sarong man

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    Though it's closer to the truth than I care to admit. Also, your last WAYWT was ACE. I loved that series of photos.

    The other day:

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    Marc Jacobs collection top coat
    Lanvin double collar shirt
    Ann Demeulemeester virgin wool pants
    Fiorentini & Baker boots
     
  4. kixslf

    kixslf Well-Known Member

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    cheers gents! lookin good GS, Zissou and PG

    Socal in TS skirt? haz pics?
     
  5. shoreman1782

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    Vanna looks good. Pic needs more new work in the background.

    Thanks for the compliments fellas. I'd probably have more fun dressing like Socal as well.

    Kix, I like the thought of that backpack but it looks waaaay small.
     
  6. GoSurface

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    ^Ha! Pete, new work is top secret. I also really liked your last fit.

    (Thanks guyz).
     
  7. kixslf

    kixslf Well-Known Member

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    I have massive shoulders/chest/upper body

    oh also.. the straps will be felted wool/duck cotton combo like on the Navy drop.
     
  8. nakedundermyclothes

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    I have massive shoulders/chest/upper body

    oh also.. the straps will be felted wool/duck cotton combo like on the Navy drop.


    where are those backpacks available to kop?
     
  9. PinkPantser

    PinkPantser Well-Known Member

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  10. nemuu

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    Only posting itt because i took some HOT outfit pix. Not really though.

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    "Knowledge" cable knit cardigan
    Laco Miyota Flieger
    Lee 101B 1934
    Lodenfrey vintage overcoat
    Red Wings engineering boots
     
  11. Jekyll

    Jekyll Well-Known Member

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    Incredible pic, PP.
     
  12. kixslf

    kixslf Well-Known Member

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    damn those cinch back Lee's look epic with the Engineer boots.
     
  13. connor

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    great to see a fit from you PP. that coat is great
     
  14. c00kz

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    really not a fan of the coat but it's the only thing I have for rain. The collar is the sole redeeming quality, though.. Pops with vigor.
     
  15. Kent Money

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    nice walking pose, PP [​IMG]
     
  16. robbie

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    no internet @ home so 'catching up' is a lengthy affair, I will apologize in advance.

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    - working on the beard, it will probably be gone as (hopefully) i'll be interviewing for a position w/Gallup in the next couple of weeks.

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    -- this is great, might as well call you fedex as you tend to deliver

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    -- like the chambray, (mega jealous)

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    -- thanks!

    Only posting itt because i took some HOT outfit pix. Not really though.

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    "Knowledge" cable knit cardigan
    Laco Miyota Flieger
    Lee 101B 1934
    Lodenfrey vintage overcoat
    Red Wings engineering boots


    I wish you posted as often as PG and some of the other daily posters. Easily my favorite poster.
     
  17. DLester

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  18. sq4you

    sq4you Well-Known Member

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    burberry prorsum dries shirt spurr PS ricards
    ballin outta control! would button one more down though
    I know I am confrontational and a lot of the things I say might not gel with the particularly sensitive fashinistos on this board, but I know I am just saying what a lot of people are already thinking...and it has made me a pariah but that's OK.
    by "the particularly sensitive fashionistas" you mean....yourself....right?
     
  19. snake

    snake Well-Known Member

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    Really like the cardi, overall great fit!
     
  20. ROYGEN

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    PG, what kind of camera strap you have for your M8?
    THANKS!
     
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