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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. APK

    APK Senior member

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    FWIW, I'm 24 and probably own more Hypebeast-esque clothes than SF-approved ones. The sag has never, at any age, appealed to me.

    The pants are fine, but just worn poorly. The tee looks like some beater that originated in a Hanes multi-pack.

    A cleaner looking tee and the pants sitting anywhere near the waist would vastly improve the overall outfit.
     
  2. Bona Drag

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    Yo what size t u wear dawg?? Check your PM!
     
  3. barims

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    Barims, I always love that purple sportcoat. It's Junya, right? In general, I like your pink & purple fits better than the orange & green ones. The new(?) haircut is also starting to look really great. Have you ever tried keeping it short on the sides and letting it grow more on the top?

    Hi mate, thank you for the feedback. The jacket is a self-customised Junya x Lacoste, indeed. I find my colour play is quite divisive where others are concerned, but I can appreciate where you're coming from. Having the purple jacket's really good because the dye job worked really well and I get to diversify my looks a little more

    Haircut's now about 2 months old, but growing back fast as always. I haven't tried that particular hairstyle since around 1994 - there's certain periods I don't really want to revisit [​IMG]. I can keep the hair like this for another few weeks and then it's gotta be trimmed to keep up with the hats I've started picking up

    Have you checked out the Uniqlo collabo stuff lately?
     
  4. slycedbred

    slycedbred Senior member

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    - why the hate!

    No hate, just an honest opinion of his fits. Mine is that they're bad (the general fit of almost all his clothes if you want me to be more specific). Uninspired at best. People think mine are bad too and thats ok.

    vvvvv go ahead and say it if you have something to say vvvvvvv
     
  5. robbie

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    Bona Drag Senior member

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    coughWACKBOOTCUTZcough

    Anyway, this is a perfect example of why this place get so lame from time to time. Eason walks around in the frootiest looking pair of tight pants imaginable, and you guys salivate over his fantastic fits. Who looks more ridiculous?


    BTW this is a bomb I shouldn't have thrown. Given where Eason lives and his, uh, lifestyle, what he wears works well for him. IMO most people on here should stay away.
     
  7. Teger

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    robbie what annoys me about you isn't that you post boring fits, its that you get defensive when people say they're boring and plain. you take it as an attack on the fact that you can't buy pieces, where the truth is you're almost reveling in the fact that you shop at walmart. it shouldn't be something that's positive or negative, and you need to spend less time clothing yourself in righteous indignation and more time trying to develop your tastes and knowledge of brands. you're slim and tall, so dressing decently is such a low bar to jump that it doesn't really mean anything that you can find a bunch of random pieces that fit - and it seems that you want credit for something so basic and simple. its the same as someone wanting props for paying their taxes or paying their cellphone bill, you don't get to brag about doing something that is so fundamental and easy.

    I also find the fact that you post some pretty homophobic stuff horrible.
     
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    Very nice.

    Essentially the look I want to break out in the coming months.

    Trousers? Shoes? Belt? T-shirt? Shirt?

    So dapper. It's unfortunate that you have a dog's head.
     
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    [​IMG]

    Yardsale you in North Dakota? You got some serious flooding going on.
     
  11. toothsomesound

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    ^That's what the rolls for!

    Seriously though, nice simple fit Yardsale. Moar.
     
  12. Yardsale

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    Very nice. Essentially the look I want to break out in the coming months. Trousers? Shoes? Belt? T-shirt? Shirt? So dapper. It's unfortunate that you have a dog's head.
    trousers are michael j krell, the belt is vintage and the striped shirt is from russia. shirt is BoO. and the shoes are ymc suede laceups.
     
  13. somethingclever

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    Very nice, this is the kind of thing I've been getting into recently. Can you ID the shoes?
     
  14. Bona Drag

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    trousers are michael j krell, the belt is vintage and the striped shirt is from russia. shirt is BoO. and the shoes are ymc suede laceups.

    And the whole thing is badass
     
  15. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Senior member

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    YardSale, you still frequent OT?
     
  16. wmmk

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    Others have said it, but yardsale's fit is awesome. Are the mjk pants skinny or slim fit?
     
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    Pretty sure skinny judging by the costello-like fit
     
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    Others have said it, but yardsale's fit is awesome. Are the mjk pants skinny or slim fit?
    Those are skinnys. I have the slim and they aren't that tapered.
     
  19. I<3Bacon

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    trousers are michael j krell, the belt is vintage and the striped shirt is from russia. shirt is BoO. and the shoes are ymc suede laceups.

    Damn it. I just posted my suede YMCs for sale... now I'm thinking of pulling them down.
     
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    warlok1965 Senior member

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    [​IMG] Crescent Down Works Brooks Bros RLPL Rider
     
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