(Old) The WAYWT Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Jekyll, Feb 28, 2009.

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  1. GuidoWongolini

    GuidoWongolini Senior member

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    - M8, you are most welcome to call us whenever you are in HKG or teh region!
     
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    where are these varsity's sold ?
     
  3. mellowfellow

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    ^ check your private message.
     
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    great fit on the jacket, Vashin. [​IMG] The snaps were playing tricks on me and I was asking myself if it somehow gained beige snaps, then realized that was the silver side and the wine snaps were just blending in nicely. (those wine snaps took me 4 days of begging, getting angrey, re-orders, and sitting drinking beer in a hut while waiting for them to be finally delivered, and no one else has a TOJ with wine snaps, LOL. fun fact there.)

    Hey man thanks a lot for all the work you put into it. I love jackets (I own a ton) and this ToJ jawn is probably gonna get a lot of wear from now on out.

    varsity looks dope vashin

    Thanks, you're the guy with one in TO right? we need to think of a secret ToJ handshake in case we run into each other in the (literally) dirty streets of toronto.

    - M8, you are most welcome to call us whenever you are in HKG or teh region!

    Thanks PG for inviting me to the HK section ibloke group! For sure I'll let you guys know if I'm in the area, would be fun to meet up.
     
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    You should either size down on your polo shirt or purchase tops in the children's section. (This advice would extend to anyone who can't fill out the sleeves of a polo shirt, but something tells me that there's no youth line for these indie brands.)
    i think the only problem is the skinny arms cause i think that if i size down the shoulders wont fit, i have to grow into the shirt hehe
    Don't listen to whoever told your your polo is too big; it fits fine, you're just real skinny. It looks fine. See if you can bring your shorts to a tailor and have them slim them up and maybe give them a cuff.
    thanks, i'll check the tailor when i get back home.
    "Don't listen to whoever suggested slimming your shorts; they fit fine, you're just really skinny."
    i think they should be about an 1" or 2" slimmer cause i have chicken legs hahaha
    the polo looks kinda ridiculous... i never know whether its easier to get childrens clothes or to work out and beef up chest/arms... i dont understand how theres so many <36R running around when all it takes is a couple of weeks to get most average height people (5' 10'' accordign to wiki) up to 38R.
    why does it look ridiculous besides the armholes?
    You're taking advice and we can all see the results. I'd take a more mellow colour polo but I'm a monochromatic kind of guy, and it's purely down to preference. Shorts look marginally better with a cuff but they're still a tad flarey. I cannot for the life of me understand how the template for shorts everywhere is fucking morbidly hideous. I'd wager it's a fairly easy job for a tailor to alter, but it would probably be more economical to buy a pair of slim chinos from UO, and then cut them off. Look forward to seeing your next fit, bruno. No, it doesn't look ridiculous. Coming from someone who pays the very closest attention to how the sleeve hugs the arm - you're wrong. It doesn't billow out ridiculously, it's just not tight. With danracer's frame it'd be difficult to find a low-end polo with a better fit.
    Thank u [​IMG], you say the chino cut offs from urban outfitters??
     
  6. Jekyll

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    shit, the varsity looks stunning. dismal, you gonna offer the varsity jacket is in any off the rack version once you can't customize your own? lack any sort of funding atm but am looking at getting my hands on one later on.
    +1. Soonest I would have money would be two-three weeks. Fingers crossed that you're still making them.
     
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    Thanks, you're the guy with one in TO right? we need to think of a secret ToJ handshake in case we run into each other in the (literally) dirty streets of toronto.
    may i suggest...
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  8. Master-Classter

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    So Yesterday on the TTC (Toronto subway) heading downtown I see a guy with a shaggy beard wearing white Chucks, Tight APC New Standards, a Red Flannel Shirt, and an Olive Filson 257...

    Alright, which one of you was it? Huh? 'cause there's no way that getup just happens by accident.
    PM if you prefer....
     
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    That jacket is looking fantastic, Vashin. Planning on putting anything on it? I think I'm gonna order a custom chenille w/ double layer felt letter real soon to make my ToJ jacket truly mine.
     
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    Damn, Vashin. Good, good stuff. Today's effort: [​IMG]
     
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    The red crocs would add a much needed spash of color and take the fit to the next level imho.
     
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    The red crocs would add a much needed spash of color and take the fit to the next level imho.
    Would it be more next level if I wore them on my hands?

    Also, I was about to put the chinotards up for sale, but I figured I should offer them to you first. Maybe you could burn them and make a video for SF?

    jacket would look great slightly longer.
    Hmm, thanks. There are 1.5-2 inches of spare material in the jacket. Do you think that'd be enough to fix things, or should I pass this onto someone a little shorter?
     
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    jacket is too short, so are pants.
     
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    I think thtats one of your better fits.

    Like it as is.

    On the short side of acceptable, wouldnt want to go any shorter though.

    That would look really good with welted pockets.
     
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