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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. robbie

    robbie Senior member

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    vintage pea coat
    vintage pumpkin colored levis sta-prests
    converse

    i need some loafers, or something different than wingtips to wear with these types of fits.
     
  2. snake

    snake Senior member

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    Even though I can hardly make out your outfit, the color of the pants and pea coat seem to really work well together.
     
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    I'm honestly just worried for his health. Don't think he'll have any problem looking good with his build.

    being thin is not indicative of poor health
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Kinda hesitant to poast this... chino stacks look bad. Just dropped off at tailor. [​IMG] Shoes?​
     
  6. GuidoWongolini

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    Old man wanting to learn young man stuff..

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    Wednesday 7th Oct 2009, too cold & wet for BackFatCamp, usual meetings, dim-sum with client for lunch, then dinner with friend.

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  7. JayJay

    JayJay Senior member

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    ^^^Nice suit, I like it.
     
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    aeglus Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Someone from the MC thread did this one and I figured I had to share it here too:

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    suit is nice as is our legacy on last page
     
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    ahhaha that's awesome. We've got some people with ps skills on this board. Either that or just too much time on their hands.
     
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    Yeah, I'd recommend sizing up on stuff like knits. For a while I would buy sweaters and jackets in size small just cause I'm pretty skinny, but because I'm 6'2 almost everything would be an inch too short in the length and arms. Go for mediums.

    Thanks for the advice. I usually prefer mediums (and the fit of smalls) but because I have a disproportionately long torso, I often have to settle for larges. Even my shit today is a bit short on the arms. C'est la vie; I will keep looking. And if you find a slim fitting 15 1/2 36 shirt, send it my way.
     
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    the infamous gap chambray
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    fits really nicely, but a white undershirt (or just buttoning the chambray) would've looked better.
     
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    I'm honestly just worried for his health. Don't think he'll have any problem looking good with his build.

    I used to be deeply concerned about the state of Kodiak's health. Now that he's styling all over me, I'm like, fuck that dude.
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] New camera angle. I think I look less tall. Gloves are actually very dark purple suede, flash makes them look really light blue. Jacket: Dior Shirt: Paul smith Cardigan: Pringle Jeans: nudies thin finns Shoes: Alexander Mcqueen Belt: Prada Bag: Gucci Gloves: Dunhill.
     
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    the infamous gap chambray
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    New camera angle. I think I look less tall.


    Loving this. My favorite of yours so far. T's really improve your looks, IMO. Polos just felt mismatched some of the time. And the camera angle really does make you look less lanky.
     
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    Loving this. My favorite of yours so far. T's really improve your looks, IMO. Polos just felt mismatched some of the time. And the camera angle really does make you look less lanky.

    Thanks, I'm starting to prefer T shirts as well. Anyone have any recommendations for grey T shirts that look like the Paul Smith with the long V neck? The Paul Smiths are too expensive for what they are. Don't really want to buy American Apparel.
     
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    New camera angle. I think I look less tall. Gloves are actually very dark purple suede, flash makes them look really light blue.

    Jacket: Dior
    Shirt: Paul smith
    Cardigan: Pringle
    Jeans: nudies thin finns
    Shoes: Alexander Mcqueen
    Belt: Prada
    Bag: Gucci
    Gloves: Dunhill.


    I like this. Gloves aren't my cup o' tea though.
     
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