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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. spagnutty

    spagnutty Active Member

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    [​IMG]I really like that sweater.
     
  2. Ibrock

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    fixed the collar/pulling issues after the pic was taken, stupid broad shoulders.

    J. Crizzle
    H&M tee
    N&F
    Sebago
     
  3. indesertum

    indesertum Well-Known Member

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    fit on shirt kinda sucks. and when i say kinda i dont mean kinda.

    i'd personally like to see slimmer sleeves. i think it'd look better on you
     
  4. Listi

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    fit on shirt kinda sucks. and when i say kinda i dont mean kinda.

    i'd personally like to see slimmer sleeves. i think it'd look better on you


    Yeah, christ, that shirt is bad. Jeans look good though.
     
  5. snake

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    Fit on shirt isn't perfect, but I don't think is't terrible. Length is fine, just needs something slimmer.
     
  6. Listi

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    Looks a tad short, baggy, flaring out at the waist, and hulk arms.
     
  7. nakedundermyclothes

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    thats to be expected from j crew, doesnt look bad imo
     
  8. Not Carl

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    chronos smiths t-shirt...[​IMG]


    45rpm
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    [​IMG]
     
  9. Kent Money

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    you guys are definitely overreacting to that oxford...
     
  10. jaac

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    fixed the collar/pulling issues after the pic was taken, stupid broad shoulders.

    J. Crizzle
    H&M tee
    N&F
    Sebago

    size down the shirt imo, or get it tailored. definately to billowy, an iron might help in the mean time though. rest is fine

    chronos smiths t-shirt...[​IMG]


    45rpm
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    this is cool and a nice change of pace, not really digging the thigh area of the pants, could be a little tighter imo, maybe a navy coat instead of the jean jacket, the colour works real well but not that keen on the jean jacket.
     
  11. LabelKing

    LabelKing Well-Known Member

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    i didnt comment on your body fat level/physique

    i actually find it quite easy to stick to clean eating...its all about preparation and eating before your are starving. That you dont make bad decisions and end up eating 2 big macs


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    gratuitous deltoid/bicep pic


    But what do your legs look like?
     
  12. bluemagic

    bluemagic Well-Known Member

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    Thanks to everyone for the comments on my last fit. To mellowfellow, who asked where the pants were from, they are from Rugby. They fit true to size.

    To someone else, who asked where the bag was from, it was from J. Crew.

    IBrock, I think the fit on that shirt is within the realm of fine. In general, posters here are too quick to espouse the conventional wisdom in regards to aesthetic choices.

    However, I am not a fan of your outfit in general. For that kind of fit on the shirt, the jeans are too tight. Either the shirt should be slimmer or the jeans looser. I think that in such a minimalist outfit, the shoes are also rather ugly. I would like the shoes in a more complex traditional outfit.

    Of course, it is possible that many of these issues are photography issues, as the angle and pose are awkward.
     
  13. I<3Bacon

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    size down the shirt imo, or get it tailored.

    He cannot afford to have the shoulders any narrower than they already are.
     
  14. XenoX101

    XenoX101 Well-Known Member

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    Aeglus sharp!
    Too many laughs in here I swear lol,

    SE on ties
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    Love the earth/stone palette, personally I would have gone beltless to look more natural and less business but that's not a criticism just a preference.
     
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    But what do your legs look like?
    whatever you want them to look like[​IMG]
     
  16. DesignerValet

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    chronos smiths t-shirt...[​IMG]


    45rpm
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    [​IMG]


    I think you have texture overload. Between the herringbone pants, printed vest, and distressed jacket, there's just a lot to take in. A solid pant that fits better would go a long way toward making this look less contrived.
     
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    Koto chambray
    APC NS
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  18. snake

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    Fit on the shirt is a tad short, but rest is good.

    Details on those tattoos?
     
  19. c00kz

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    Or a severely open front shirt.
     
  20. asobu

    asobu Well-Known Member

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    been enjoying the different vibes of chrono's and jkissi's last repsective fits. I've been dressing more business appropriate (lace ups, dress pants, tucked shirts) everyday lately, out of necessity (though I've enjoyed it from time to time), but I still vibe more with relaxed, voluminous, less fitted/sharp fits these days.
     
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