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>>> Help! WAYWT Learning Thread; Mistakes Are Permitted; Maybe You Should Start Here

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by DLester, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. madstaxbro

    madstaxbro Senior member

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    Roll sleeve, don't just smash it above the elbow like madstaxbro.
    You can never have enough stax bro.
     
  2. brad-t

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    That shirt looks a size too big in the shoulders.
     
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    *no diving in the shallow end*
     
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    It seems this could have gone into one of the already stickied newbie threads.
     
  5. brad-t

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    It seems this could have gone into one of the already stickied newbie threads.

    yeah that's working out really well
     
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    It seems like the look is halfway between casual and halfway between formal. Make up your mind in one direction or the other.

    Either roll up the sleeves nicely or change the shoes and change the shirt tuck.
     
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    awesome, now i can look hideous by SF standards and get away with it. Brilliant thread!
     
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    ^ah you've arrived, we've been expecting you

    we should label this the bastion of mediocrity
     
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    Snarkiness aside, I think this thread would help people who may want to experiment without having to get their ass reamed in WAYWT. This could be a great idea if we don't ruin it.
     
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    honestly i like the idea of it. Now go kill some prostitutes, you!
     
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    What I learned - clothes dont matter if you're fat
     
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    This thread needs a better name, for starters.
     
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    Snarkiness aside, I think this thread would help people who may want to experiment without having to get their ass reamed in WAYWT. This could be a great idea if we don't ruin it.

    Already ruined.
     
  15. Brothersport

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    This thread will only work if respected WAYWT posters continually take the time to come in here and drop knowledge. Who wants to critique starter fits everyday?

    Regardless, hope it succeeds.
     
  16. captmomo

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    Shoes are too dressy for the fit. Something a bit more matte + non-black.

    Roll sleeve, don't just smash it above the elbow like madstaxbro.

    jay kay

    the nonchalant sleeve roll-up does not match with the iron-clad tuck. i say relax the tuck a bit and fold / roll your sleeves a little nicer ( for ref look at the trav fit with jkissi wearing a rugby shirt).



    Can someone please school me on how to do a proper roll-up? Like is there a limit on how thick it can be etc. Sorry if this comes off stupid.
     
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    That's not really a rule though. Depending on the shirt i'm wearing or look i want i usually switch between 2 and 3.
     
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    Snarkiness aside, I think this thread would help people who may want to experiment without having to get their ass reamed in WAYWT. This could be a great idea if we don't ruin it.

    I thought that was the point of waywt. If your shit isn't working you get called out on it and hopefully figure out how to fix it by next time.
     

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