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OFFICIAL Best of WAYWT/Favorite fits

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Lel, May 11, 2011.

  1. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Senior member

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    Can you go back to not being a huge clueless dick? thx

    Well, that's the last time I give you credit card advice.
     
  2. thatguymj

    thatguymj Senior member

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    Nice thread. Shows how much more creative Streetwear can be than MC.

    I haven't read SW&D in a while, but I always like seeing Berlin Reports fits. I tend to like more traditional stuff but worn in interesting ways, e.g. Pink Pantser and shoreman. Also, GetSmart. But, it's cool to see more designer and avant garde things, too. I also like that nautical, woodsy workwear stuff that chocobobo(?) and another guy with the sailor cap posts.

    Lol, I made the first pic in your list.




    I love Junya's stuff and wish I could find it somewhere.


    Since it looks like you live in California, Barney's and Bloomingdales both carry a reasonable amount of Junya. Or at least up here in San Francisco and in LA as well.

    I love Junya as well and have been picking up a few pieces but I dress rather conservatively so I'm still trying to find a way to work something in. I think Scott M wears his Junya stuff very well and makes it look pretty easy.
     
  3. East2West

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    Where's that picture of kunk with his sword on the ground? I like that one.
     
  4. thekunk07

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    thekunk07 Senior member

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    here's a personal favorite... [​IMG] In all seriousness, most of the fits I like best are from posters who don't post anymore.
     
  7. thekunk07

    thekunk07 Senior member

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    this is great, worth reposting

    Beef!!!

    [​IMG]
     
  8. Lane

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    his earlier pics from the OP are better, but I love the socks and the hair in that. [​IMG] DBSS pieces are nice, I really want the Ann D multi-skull necklace
     
  9. Lel

    Lel Senior member

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    this is great, worth reposting [​IMG]
    lulz whut is this shit??/ everyone knows ur supposed to wear shorts wit blazers and high socks not leggings u gotta show sum skin!
     
  10. xCrunchx

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    kunk is unhappy. If you had better posture and smile the fit would increase in swag levels by 5000X
     
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    kunk sad nobody posted him
     
  12. thekunk07

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    i was on the first page knucklehead
     
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    jet Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    not all pics showing up
     
  14. Hot Dog Day #49

    Hot Dog Day #49 Senior member

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    WTF is this shit??? [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    "Oh come on Moo, it's conceptual-goth-ninja-lumberjack-cold-as-fuck-but-I'll-throw-some-shorts-on-anyway-whatever-bro steeze! Swag is crazy man!!!"


    Mr Moo in being mad about whatever isn't conservative menswear kiton brioni steez shocker
     
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    kitonbrioni [​IMG]

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  17. Lel

    Lel Senior member

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    Nice thread. Shows how much more creative Streetwear can be than MC. I haven't read SW&D in a while, but I always like seeing Berlin Reports fits. I tend to like more traditional stuff but worn in interesting ways, e.g. Pink Pantser and shoreman. Also, GetSmart. But, it's cool to see more designer and avant garde things, too. I also like that nautical, woodsy workwear stuff that chocobobo(?) and another guy with the sailor cap posts. Lol, I made the first pic in your list. I love Junya's stuff and wish I could find it somewhere.
    Parker I have seen your fits and they are definitely among my favorite from the MC side. I rag on MC a bit but there's a lot of stylish MCers. I think it's just an issue of comfort zone, Man of Kent seems to rock Nigel Cabourn with ease and I think you could pull of Junya. Also Vox has a LOT of SW&D brands and wears them pretty well, no reason a person can't be MC and SW&D also. It seems like a lot of MCers can't imagine a casual fit outside of chinos and a button down and associate anything SW&D as way too "out there". While Junya can be a bit intimidating because it can require you to pair it with lots of Junya, I have faith that you could incorporate it well into your wardrobe. There's a few posters here are are quite knowledgeable and I'm sure they're more than willing to help you. [​IMG] And one from the MC side. Note, I hate the phrase "timeless style". For the most part it's evoked by users who want to use it to describe themselves wearing generic white tees and levis pretending to be Steve McQueen or whatever. Not that there's anything wrong with plain shirts and denim, but it's more than just that and most of the users who epouse a philosophy look medicore. That being said, I think the above is a good example of timeless style. Why? Mostly because it's something I could see someone looking great in when they're 16 or 60, it's a classic look that can be worn across multiple ages without looking awkward or stuffy. Everything fits nice and slim, but not too slim. A good balance IMO and a fit that could easily be praised on either the SW&D forum or the MC forum.
     
  18. Parker

    Parker Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Since it looks like you live in California, Barney's and Bloomingdales both carry a reasonable amount of Junya.

    I think it's just an issue of comfort zone, Man of Kent seems to rock Nigel Cabourn with ease and I think you could pull of Junya... I have faith that you could incorporate it well into your wardrobe.

    Thanks, I'll head over to Barneys soon. Yeah, I think the challenge for me is mixing things together that have a strong POV. I would feel weird wearing one designer head-to-toe. I'd rather be able to mix in single items that can blend with the stuff already in my wardrobe.

    And one from the MC side... I think the above is a good example of timeless style...A good balance IMO and a fit that could easily be praised on either the SW&D forum or the MC forum.

    Definitely. Kaplan has got a great simple style.
     
  19. Dr Huh?

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    This was a dope fit from kelvinsense:

    [​IMG]
     
  20. robbie

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    his haircut is pretty epic.
     

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