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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. snake

    snake Well-Known Member

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    That's pretty cool, did you teach yourself?
     
  2. Fycus

    Fycus Well-Known Member

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    Received instruction from theater costume designer, but everything was done pretty much on my own besides getting the collar to roll correctly. If you know how to sew its fairly easy to read patterns.
     
  3. Cheese1

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    WAYWT lifestyle edition. Making buttondowns is overrated, I'm gonna just stick to buying.

    I can't tell 100% from that picture, but it looks good closer to the waist and looks a little wider up top. If you slimmed it down in the upper chest it would look really good I think.
     
  4. melonadejello

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    Based on my measurements, it looks like the Gitman x OC shirts in S are 18.5" P2P, tapering to 17" at the waist and through to the hem.

    Damn, I could probably deal with that, too bad they're back ordered and I don't have another $185 dollars to drop on a double of a ridiculous shirt anyway [​IMG]
    I wish everyone was like Zappos where they'll send you another size for free and let you send back whichever you don't want. Though if OC offered that it'd probably be a three month endeavor.
    Oh well, now I know next time I want a goofy Gitman shirt from OC, get an S. And don't listen to their customer service in regards to sizing.
     
  5. Fycus

    Fycus Well-Known Member

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    Its just the picture. The body is fairly tapered because I have about a 10 inch drop so there is more room up top but it fits slim throughout the body.
     
  6. Derek92

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    [​IMG] Uploaded with ImageShack.us Comments for a fashion newb? Its not the best of picture because it was taken with my macbook so poor quality and I had to get in position in 3 secs. Hat: custom knit Gucci Shirt Kuppenheimer Harris Tweed Army buckle, some sweet leather belt (can't see the nice designs engraved) I found in my gpas old stuff Banana Republic True Religion
     
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    Coat from Soia&Kyo, comes with removable inner lining
    Lanvin x Acne jeans
    Fossil shoes
     
  9. noob in 89

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    Army buckle, some sweet leather belt (can't see the nice designs engraved) I found in my gpas old stuff
    These are always the best things...
    True Religion
    = automatic disapproval. Super-trendy a few years back; outrageously expensive; the loudest, most condemn-y people here used to wear them, and now feel embarrassed... the jeans are what a normal person would describe as 'jeans'. To the super-skinny-jeans-obsessed, they will appear freakishly large. Hang in there, fellow n00b! [​IMG]
     
  10. ZhiMingBuFanDe

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    Coat from Soia&Kyo, comes with removable inner lining
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    Err, I'd get a new haircut/glasses, and I would fix my stance for future reference..
     
  11. jhe0417

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    ... the fuck? [​IMG]
     
  12. halisray

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    that jacket is horrible.
     
  13. Derek92

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    That bad?
     
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    the loudest, most condemn-y people here used to wear them, and now feel embarrassed...

    who?
     
  16. lmaozedong

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    = automatic disapproval. Super-trendy a few years back; outrageously expensive; the loudest, most condemn-y people here used to wear them, and now feel embarrassed...
    nah i never wore true religions thx.
    That bad?
    this isn't the worst noob fit ever. the boot tuck is pretty bad. cant really tell anything from the picture i just like the [​IMG] face [​IMG] its possible everything would be salvageable if you got rid of the buckle (sry gramps) and the boots. contrary to popular opinion we are not limited to skinny jeans here (see zissou), although yours look rather unflattering from the knee down and probably could do with more taper. hard to tell with that boot tuck though. shirt is too formal probably for the rest of the fit, a white ocbd would be better.
     
  17. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Well-Known Member

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    who?

    Persian bro, unspecified others? This place is pretty hard on n00bs, regardless.

    EDIT: I wasn't specifically referring to the 'dong. [​IMG]
     
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    Need to bulk up that neck, looking a little gaunt. That said, I like the fit.
     
  19. lmaozedong

    lmaozedong Well-Known Member

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    Need to bulk up that neck, looking a little gaunt. That said, I like the fit.

    rly? kunks now-existent neck is what i like most about his weight loss.
     
  20. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Well-Known Member

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    kunk, congrats on the weight loss brah. ----------------------------------------------- [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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