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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. bassmanpatsfan18

    bassmanpatsfan18 Senior member

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    you only know how to play one chord on the violin?

    You don't play chords on the violin. [​IMG]
     
  2. bows1

    bows1 Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    Nothin?
     
  3. zissou

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    im confused. so the pics of the guy with the shaved head and face stubble isn't you?

    No, it's Joe down the street. I pay him to dress up and pose just to satisfy my craving for 'baggy shit'. It helps me get over having to see all of the non-workwear fits in this fucking place.
     
  4. brad-t

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    No, it's Joe down the street. I pay him to dress up and pose just to satisfy my craving for 'baggy shit'. It helps me get over having to see all of the non-workwear fits in this fucking place.

    lmaoooo
     
  5. ryannn

    ryannn Senior member

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    Baller status, doesn't even have to wear his own clothes.
     
  6. naaaaate

    naaaaate Senior member

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    That fuuma fit is ill I envy him [​IMG]
     
  7. warlok1965

    warlok1965 Senior member

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    You don't play chords on the violin. [​IMG]

    Well, you can do double stops but I assume a true triad is out of the question.

    Non-workwear:

    [​IMG]

    Jil Sander x3
     
  8. Fuuma

    Fuuma Senior member

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    Well, you can do double stops but I assume a true triad is out of the question.

    Non-workwear:

    [​IMG]

    Jil Sander x3


    Pants don't fit you, makes your package look awkward. Maybe have them altered so you have more space, it's probably too tight on the "ass" end making everything squished.
     
  9. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    ballers show their balls
     
  10. Mr. Moo

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    Zissou - I enjoy what you wear and how you carry yourself. However, I've noticed that in your last two or three fits the top of the fit doesn't balance - physically - with the bottom. Meaning, your top half looks small/short when compared with your bottom half. If this is your build, then that is fine and there's not much you can physically change. So perhaps you could look into longer jackets that help move the midline down a bit, making you appear more balanced. This outfit is the one that caught my eye about this issue: [​IMG]
     
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    ballers show their balls

    I have some pants that show a bulge, but they don't do the awkward folding. I just feel like I'm on the cover of "sticky fingers". Not for everyday wear I guess...
     
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    Zissou - I enjoy what you wear and how you carry yourself. However, I've noticed that in your last two or three fits the top of the fit doesn't balance - physically - with the bottom. Meaning, your top half looks small/short when compared with your bottom half. If this is your build, then that is fine and there's not much you can physically change. So perhaps you could look into longer jackets that help move the midline down a bit, making you appear more balanced.
    I like the juxtaposition. edit: now i cant stop imagining zissou in ysl cropped blazers and wide legged flared pants and my brain is breaking down
     
  13. warlok1965

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    Pants don't fit you, makes your package look awkward. Maybe have them altered so you have more space, it's probably too tight on the "ass" end making everything squished.

    Actually if anything it's the opposite... I swear [​IMG] I will not post an ass pic but it is definitely not too snug. The material is pretty stiff still and I think it just needs wearing and washing to break in and whatnot. On the other hand, you may be right and I could be full of shit.

    Edit: Here's a less nutty pic for your viewing pleasure.

    [​IMG]
     
  14. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    Nothin?

    This Forum get's more and more retarded, Fuuma and SQ4U post some of the best shit in the last couple of pages and get lambasted for slim fits and alternative silhouettes and no one cares to tell this guy how bad he looks!
     
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    warlok1965 Senior member

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    ^ Cuz we were all waiting for you to set things straight! Seriously I haven't seen a good Rye GB rant lately, what is this the kinder gentler you?? [​IMG]

    I wasn't a huge fan of sq4u's but Fuuma definitely rocked his shit nicely.
     
  16. GraphicNovelty

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    [​IMG] Michael By Michael koors H&M Levi's 501 Black STF Thrifted shoes
     
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    naaaaate Senior member

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    This Forum get's more and more retarded, Fuuma and SQ4U post some of the best shit in the last couple of pages and get lambasted for slim fits and alternative silhouettes and no one cares to tell this guy how bad he looks!

    It only gets retarded when people complain about specific members who suck and implying they represent the forum instead of posting pictures and contributing. What I'm saying is if you post more of your fits (which are great) and talk about peoples fits it will help guide discussion in the right way but if you just complain like this then it leads to those awful waste of time "_____ was better in the old days" discussions, even if theres truth to it. Anyways post more fits dude step up be a man.

    Fuuma silouhette owned really hard though, crazy good. I want a sweater like that SO BAD now but I aint balla so I might go get an xxxxl thrift sweater and attack it with a sewing machine as a project
     
  18. zissou

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    Zissou - I enjoy what you wear and how you carry yourself. However, I've noticed that in your last two or three fits the top of the fit doesn't balance - physically - with the bottom. Meaning, your top half looks small/short when compared with your bottom half. If this is your build, then that is fine and there's not much you can physically change. So perhaps you could look into longer jackets that help move the midline down a bit, making you appear more balanced.
    I know what you mean. That jacket, as well as my CPO shirt, could use another inch or so in body length. Being tall and thin, I'm often caught between sizes on things like that. The smaller size fits me perfectly, but might be a little short, but the larger size is long enough but too big everywhere else. So, I usually opt for the smaller size, especially since I am wearing this stuff in a very casual non-MC situation. I tried the next size up in that jacket and it looked all frumpy and gross. The sleeves on the jacket and shirt are a perfect length, so I just deal with it. Also, EG shirts tend to be cut high on the sides, exacerbating the shorter look.
     
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    What kind of jeans is that that the gentleman playing guitar is wearing?! Any ideas?
     
  20. bluemagic

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    I know what you mean. That jacket, as well as my CPO shirt, could use another inch or so in body length. Being tall and thin, I'm often caught between sizes on things like that. The smaller size fits me perfectly, but might be a little short, but the larger size is long enough but too big everywhere else. So, I usually opt for the smaller size, especially since I am wearing this stuff in a very casual non-MC situation. I tried the next size up in that jacket and it looked all frumpy and gross. The sleeves on the jacket and shirt are a perfect length, so I just deal with it. Also, EG shirts tend to be cut high on the sides, exacerbating the shorter look.

    Please change nothing! Twiddling about with length would, I think, ruin that shape.
     
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