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The New Official Wolf vs. Goat Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by fosho, Oct 12, 2009.

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  1. Mauro

    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I am still picking out the colors for the shirt trying to get the right shade is rough.
     
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    i own (and love) both tattersall shirts and i'd like to see a similar pattern with some earthtones (maybe brown/caramel on an off white shirt) and another one with a bit of eggplant (darker than the new band of outsiders shirt).

    just my two cents - keep up the good work dude
     
  3. Mauro

    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I am having a hard time picking out the right , red.

    I will have some prints as well.
     
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    Chambray, chambray!

    I am having a hard time picking out the right , red.

    I will have some prints as well.
     
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    So, the rise on the work pants seems a bit high for a guy like me (read: beer gut). I'm wondering if they're meant to hit at the true waist or supposed to sit on the hips and "sag" a bit. Any owners, or Mauro, got insight?
     
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    they're meant to hit at the true waist

    this. at least, from my experience in trying them on.
     
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    i wear mine where i wear all my other pants.
     
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    ^^+1 I don't wear them at my navel. I wear them like any other pant. Sag them a little. The rise isn't really as high as you think but it is by NO means a low rise pant.

    I have a little belly going onto but I get " oh you look so thin" all the time.

    If that helps at all.
     
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    I like to wear them high, I dont sag mine. Wearing a belt they will naturally sag slightly, but I wore them the other day, boots & braces style, and I liked it with the high rise up near the navel which is true waist point.
     
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    did the old WvG thread get flat out deleted? if so, that sucks. I wanted to link to something in it........
     
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    posted some pics on the MWaC thread of me wearing the red & blue tattersall

    and ill post pics of me wearing the maroon peacoat soon ... havent had a chance to take that one yet
     
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    What's the latest news on the chinos?
     
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    for the frigid snow storm coming our way ... [​IMG]

    WvG Maroon Peacoat
    WvG Lavender Button-down
    RRL Limited Selvage Office Chino
    Quoddy Burgundy Boat Shoes

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    sorry i have terrible lighting in my room ... makes the peacoat looks super dark
     
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    [​IMG]

    Nice look, but the fit of that peacoat just looks off. The cut isn't very flattering IMHO, esp in this pic.
     
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    Please be more detailed. I like the coat on him. I like the lines and the shape it give him.
    The collar doesn't over power him and the silloute is sleek and not overly bulky.
    I bet that coat helps snags him some G-town law school hoes for sure. [​IMG]
     
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    What's the latest news on the chinos?

    +1

    The coat looks fine on him, except for the picture snake quoted. I'm just not crazy about how slim it is compared to the bottom. Too bell-shaped.
     
  18. Mauro

    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Chinos are being made. They will be finished at the end of January or at the latest first week of Feb.
     
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    Please be more detailed. I like the coat on him. I like the lines and the shape it give him. The collar doesn't over power him and the silloute is sleek and not overly bulky. I bet that coat helps snags him some G-town law school hoes for sure. [​IMG]
    While I think having his hands in the hand warmers may not be a true representation of how the pea coat fits naturally, it does create an "A" frame shape on the torso. A "V" shape would provide a more flattering look overall. It seems like the coat begins to flare outwards from the chest down, eliminating the hourglass silhouette, even at a neutral stance. That seems to be the main issue I see from those photos. I do think the collar is pretty cool when fully buttoned up.
     
  20. randomkoreandude

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    Please be more detailed. I like the coat on him. I like the lines and the shape it give him.
    The collar doesn't over power him and the silloute is sleek and not overly bulky.
    I bet that coat helps snags him some G-town law school hoes for sure. [​IMG]


    Lol yeah my ex isn't a fan of that^!

    I've had several compliments on it especially regarding the color.

    Regarding the "a" shape, it's def because of the position when I use the hand warmers
     
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