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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. BreezyBirch

    BreezyBirch Well-Known Member

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    keep it as is. go for that skinhead vibe
     
  2. dmash

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    Grow it out. I used to always have mine short and finally grew it out. Got it in this topknot/bun vibe and I've never gotten more compliments on it that I do now. Plus it's super easy to just throw it back every morning and not worry about product. :nodding:
     
  3. gettoasty

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    wait what? post photos
     
  4. Eason

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    It grows super fast. That's why I always buzz the sides, because they grow out quickly and it makes my hair look pretty dorky.


    Post pics? No need to wear a shirt when you post it btw.
     
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  5. dmash

    dmash Well-Known Member

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    Did you post it 3x to reiterate how bad it is......?


    Real advice.........it's a complete high school mall brand look. Hollister polo, white canvas material belt, skate shoes? You need to drop that shit ASAP. Get a well fitting tee, jeans and some simple shoes (that aren't huge like skate shoes) like Chucks or Vans and you'll look 10x better. Plus, all that< is cheap to buy, so you don't need deep pockets. Hell, catch the bus at Reading to NYC and go to Uniqlo/H&M and you can get like 6 tees, 2 jeans and a different belt for $100.
     
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    +1 to this, not the post w/o shirt thing, but the topknot thing is rad.

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    something like the first or second picture would be cool i think.
     
  7. dmash

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    Haha, I know right, I figured you guys would peg me for super short hair. Back at the latter part of 09 I just said F it and just started growing it out. The whole ponytail thing either works w/ you or it looks stupid. My physique helps me pull it off IMO, some guys just look stupid w/ it. Even my gym rat friends who are super 'manly' and 'broish' (you guys know the type I'm talking about) say my hair works out really well for me.

    I'll post pics later this weekend probably, maybe even some lifestyle pics with my lady as I've got some 3 year anniv stuff planned.



    Vaio-yeah, 1st one is sort of what I go for. I actually just recently got about 2 inches cut off though and I'm growing out the bottom of my hairline on my neck (cut up too much while shaving my neck this past winter, so having to grow it back :fu:) so I gotta get that back. Right now when I pull it all the way up I have some loose strands hanging down on the bottom that annoy me and have to get my girl to bobby pin for me. Haha, sounds totally fem, but it really doesn't look bad.


    Eason-no shirtless pics for you homie, find yourself a male oriented HK141 for that :rotflmao:
     
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  8. Eason

    Eason Well-Known Member

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    I've figured out the key to it anyway.

    Asian: Right
    White: Wrong
     
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    dmash Well-Known Member

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  10. Eason

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    Also, what is an HK141? Is it anything like an HK-47?
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  11. dmash

    dmash Well-Known Member

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    Don't lie Eason, I know you've got frequent flier miles with them. You always get the VIP treatment. :fonz:
     
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  12. Eason

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    Haha I see now. I don't pay for girls, only katooeys.
     
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    Negative, young Adam Sandler.
     
  15. notwithit

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    Yeah, what dmash said. Also, I probably didn't need to be a dick about it.

    Neither polo shirts nor obvious branding get a lot of love here, and you're wearing a polo shirt with a chest logo. The forum isn't as universally enamored of raw denim as it once was, but some slim, dark denim (not pre-faded or distressed) would be an improvement, as would some plain back or white canvas shoes.

    Philly isn't a great town for clothes shopping, but you can get all of the above at H&M or Urban Outfitters. If you're cool with spending a little more on jeans, you can get APCs at Sugarcube in Olde City (you can also get them at Barney's, but local business and all that).

    It's almost summer, so don't bother buying any boots or outerwear yet. Also, there's no need to replace your wardrobe overnight; you'll just end up with a bunch of regrettable purchases that you could've avoided by waiting and buying less.

    Also, I'm not sure if this is what you were going for, but you've got kind of a Vinnie look going on with that haircut.

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    thumbs-up drought for few pages
     
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    same stuff I been wearin, bespoke and shit (I have a collection of champagne corks in my pocket, so the jacket is pulling on one side, don't technically disqualify me styleforum :eek: ) shirt is about 1/4" too big in the neck too, but I can't be fucked.

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  18. Bam!ChairDance

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    white shirt white shirt white shirt white shirt
     
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    drew is the collar a little big?
     
  20. impolyt_one

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    yes its about 1/4" too wide, I don't really care too much. swag. I think my shirt size is 15.1/4/39 but nobody in Italy makes that off the peg.
     
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