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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. linkinwayne

    linkinwayne Well-Known Member

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    That makes no sense... the qoute was about me.
    ...and it's incorrect to start a sentence with because.
    Anyway enough of this EPIC debate, back to talkin' bout bitchin' blazers.


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    Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot [​IMG]
    Epic originally refers to length actually so elph is semi on point. "Extending beyond the usual or ordinary especially in size or scope" is how Merriam-Webster puts it

    It doesn't 'originally' refer to length. It originally refers to a certain type of prose.


    etc etc

    can stop i bored
     
  2. robbie

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    coke bottle makes it.

    the only way i accesorize.
     
  3. elph

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    Omg. I was right to use the word epic, look it up. Stop picking pointless arguments.
     
  4. snowmanxl

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    the only way i accesorize.

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  5. linkinwayne

    linkinwayne Well-Known Member

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    Omg. I was right to use the word epic, look it up. Stop picking pointless arguments.

    Like ragging on MOK for discussing/commenting on a discussion thread?
     
  6. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Well-Known Member

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    If Slack and Noobizor both use iPhones to take fit pics why is there such a disparity between the picture quality?

    Mirror + autofocus creates a wide range of quality. [​IMG]

    Thanks for the comments, guys.
     
  7. linkinwayne

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    Mirror + autofocus creates a wide range of quality. [​IMG]

    Thanks for the comments, guys.


    What pants were those anyway? Did you get them OTR&tailored?
     
  8. jet

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    can you guys stfu already?
     
  9. notwithit

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    Alright forgive me for asking advice, it was recommended I do something different with my hair... any suggestions... Also could anyone recommend what style sunglasses would best fit my face? I've always had a hard time with that... Thanks!

    I'd say the most important thing is to stop using so much product. It looks really heavily gelled, which gives it those sharp, thorny spikes and brittle look. Even just keeping it as-is but losing the gel and having it a little messier could be a step up from what you've got going on right now. A bunch of people here use wax (in very small quantities), but I don't know what brand(s) are worth trying.

    I can't really tell what you've got going on with the facial hair, but I'd say go full-on beard or go clean-shaven. The mustache-goatee combo you appear to be moving toward gives off a cologne-doused sales rep vibe, and I'd say that's a mug you don't wanna chug.

    Also, the passants on your shirt (the things everyone mistakenly called epaulets, which are actually the dangly things you hang off of passants) are no good. It was a short-lived design fad on casual shirts and jackets, it was way overdone, and it looks pretty silly and over-designed at this point.

    I know jack shit about sunglasses, so maybe someone else can speak to that.
     
  10. steezin

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    I don't usually dress all black everything, thought I'd try it out for kicks.

    EDIT: Forgot to zip up bootz

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    Whats the hoodie? Fits well.
    Not feeling the weird zippy boots with such a plain outfit.
    Maybe its the photo but nothing except the boots look "black".
     
  11. snake

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    that sweater is sick.

    very nice fit.
     
  13. linkinwayne

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    Whats the hoodie? Fits well.
    Not feeling the weird zippy boots with such a plain outfit.
    Maybe its the photo but nothing except the boots look "black".


    It's a BDG copy of W+H tiger fleeces, lol. The boots are a bit better fully zipped up. Also, yeah, nothing is really black except the boots, wanted to do a gradient of black/grey lol

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    Love how the sweater looks (except the vacant ninjathumb holes). Fits really well and that gunmetal-grey colour is awesome.
     
  14. noob in 89

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    What pants were those anyway? Did you get them OTR&tailored?
    I've been auditioning a lot of slimmer pants lately. Those are Gap slim fit chinos sized up 2" in length, then hemmed to the correct size. Seems roundabout, but they would've been too tight. They come with enormous pocket flare, but that's avoidable if you limit the contents of your pockets. [​IMG]
     
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    is that CCP? or hot topic?
     
  16. snowmanxl

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    great stuff snake.
    drape on the pants [​IMG]
     
  17. snake

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    Thanks guys.

    @westside - is there a difference?
     
  18. wEstSidE

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    no, i was just curious if it is CCP. i threw in "or hot topic" because i feel like it's good to be light-hearted when talking about clothes.
     
  19. snake

    snake Well-Known Member

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    I was just messin. It's actually DBSS.
     
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    This is great. I've got the same jacket in cream from a season back in medium if anyone wants it. Can't pull it off.
     
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