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(Old) The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. chronoaug

    chronoaug Senior member

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    Give me your boots. I'll be your best frieeennnddd
     
  2. adamha21

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    What size are you?
     
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    jet Senior member

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    ^get on aim fool

    pansta, that's how you do summer steez contrast with the light i love it
     
  4. chronoaug

    chronoaug Senior member

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    What size are you?

    10.5
     
  5. adamha21

    adamha21 Senior member

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    In the Dayton's or is that your normal shoe size?
     
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    Its cold, rainy, and not very spring like...

    NDG Utility Overcoat
    EG Herringbone Scarf
    BoO Overdyed Oxford
    Tanner Belt
    SExDBxS09 denim
    W+H Dayton boots


    Kinda regret selling the ndg now, but its found a good home!
     
  7. chronoaug

    chronoaug Senior member

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    In the Dayton's or is that your normal shoe size?
    Normal. I know the daytons have weird sizing i haven't figured out. Is big bad V harassing you on aim now? What a bully Your outfit looks sharp though. The DB jeans seem nice
     
  8. adamha21

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    Ahh....I'm normally an 11.5, I have a 10.5 in the Daytons. I can't even loan em to ya [​IMG]
     
  9. whodini

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    Looks good, adam. You look like a pretty stylish longshoreman.
     
  10. mgoose

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    Its cold, rainy, and not very spring like...

    NDG Utility Overcoat
    EG Herringbone Scarf
    BoO Overdyed Oxford
    Tanner Belt
    SExDBxS09 denim
    W+H Dayton boots


    Solid look, great fits
     
  11. APK

    APK Senior member

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    Its cold, rainy, and not very spring like...

    NDG Utility Overcoat
    EG Herringbone Scarf
    BoO Overdyed Oxford
    Tanner Belt
    SExDBxS09 denim
    W+H Dayton boots

    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]


    This is pretty fantastic, if for no other reason than you're wearing two pieces I'd love to have right now (the overcoat and boots).
     
  12. zissou

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    Yeah, looking great, adam! I love the NdG jacket. Those sufu jeans look like they have plenty of room in the legs. How is the waist on yours- tight or roomy as well? Have you tried cuffing them?
     
  13. adamha21

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    Waist is relaxed. I do wear a belt with them. I have done a 15 minute warm soak with them. I've cuffed them sometimes, others not. I think they look great with a cuff, but my personal comfort level is without. Here is a cuffed pic. [​IMG]
     
  14. zissou

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    They look good! I have a hard time not cuffin straight leg jeans, so our tastes probably differ in that respect. If you do try cuffing more often, try rolling the top of the cuff back under adn see if you like it more. I am liking the fit of the jeans, and you're wearing one of my fave shirts of all time. Mine gets a lot of wear.
     
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    [​IMG] At first glance I really lked this but in looking at it the upper arms are a bit tight. It still looks nice and makes your arms look huge but it's borderline guido-ey especially paired back to the wide leg pant. that and I also thought "cracker jack". I like all the pieces a lot, the tight shirt/loose pant throws it though IMO.
     
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    At first glance I really lked this but in looking at it the upper arms are a bit tight. It still looks nice and makes your arms look huge but it's borderline guido-ey especially paired back to the wide leg pant. that and I also thought "cracker jack".

    I like all the pieces a lot, the tight shirt/loose pant throws it though IMO.


    Actually the pants are not loose/wide leg. I have huge legs so they are actually somewhat tight on me. Also I have big biceps, so the sleeves are tight. It's hard to buy clothes for me because of my body proportions.
     
  17. adamha21

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    Those sleeves on the BoO do look painfully tight around the biceps. Hulk Smash.
     
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    Prada Ferragamo- while I appreciate you supporting The Coca-Cola Company...

    diet Coke = neg rep
     
  19. Prada_Ferragamo

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    Hahaha. I tried on XL in BoO before and they are too long, since I am only 5'10, so I stuck with L. But the sleeves are somewhat tight. I guess this is the one downside of lifting weights too much.
     
  20. Prada_Ferragamo

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    Prada Ferragamo- while I appreciate you supporting The Coca-Cola Company...

    diet Coke = neg rep



    Really?? How so? I am usually a diet pepsi person, but the machine only sells coke products [​IMG]
     
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