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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Tico

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  2. RXS09

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    Jacket looks alittle big
     
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    x-post from TOJ.

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    Dressed for the internet, just picked it up from the post office, even though it's like 80 degrees right now.
     
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  4. ManofKent

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    OS Donkey is 1.5" longer (from base of collar)
     
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    SVB, fit on the pants is probably the best I've seen on you.
     
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    Good info thanks. I am attracted to the norfolk for the action back. Seems I am always reaching, bending etc (kids and toys) and find tailored coats ride up quite a bit.
     
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    VLSI I can't see a damn thing lol
     
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  8. Dorje

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    Yup, gotta set exposure compensation up a stop or two when trying to get detail in dark objects against a light background...
     
  9. VLSI

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    I didn't look at pictures until after I put camera away... it was too late then...

    Best I can do now:
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    Looks baggy in the sleeves but otherwise good
     
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  12. gettoasty

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    SVB I think that outfit would look better on your SO

    Switch the L/S vneck for a short sleeve tee
    Footwear to some sneakers or similar color boots

    Everything fits well but it does not compliment your proportions
     
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  13. Biggskip

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    Stan, don't care much for the long sleeved t-shirt. You've got sort of a Sprockets things going on. Also, not crazy about the toe design on the loafers.


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    MoK, I agree with the comments about the jacket being too short. Also, not crazy about the taper on the pants.
     
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    Biggskip Well-Known Member

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    Happy Austin 3:16 Day, everybody.

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  15. in stitches

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    :( great watch tho.


    you have been on a roll, this is great.
     
  16. Dorje

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    OK, stepping away from jeans and tees for a bit... let me have it. [​IMG]


    IRL, the pants are much darker, more of a deep red / burgundy and the shoes are black, not blue/grey. My camera does weird things sometimes, lol.

    And the cardigan got pulled by the blazer a bit, it doesn't really fit as tight as the last pic suggests.

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  17. Teger

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    not good. color combo is all over the map, you really probably need a button down shirt with that cardi and jacket, and the pants make you look dumpy. shoes are ugly too.

    jacket is the best piece, and i'd size up 1 on the cardigan.
     
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  18. buran

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    Biggskip, there is just no sense of what your body is like. All of your clothes just happen to by on you but it seems accidental that you're in them. To get length you've gone a bit too wide in my opinion. All I see is flat surfaces, nothing that curves around your legs or other body parts.
     
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  19. Dorje

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    Thanks!

    Pants are the only thing with color in the entire outfit... cardi is a greyish tan w/ black trim, pretty neutral. What would you change on the pants so I don't look "dumpy"? Hem and taper? I like the shoes [​IMG] I will try a button down w the cardi.
     
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  20. Biggskip

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    I see what you're saying and I'm not inclined to disagree. Next time I post a fit with this jacket, I will zip it up and use the elastics cords on the side the bring in the side a bit. This should help to give the fit a bit more definition.
     
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