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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.

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  1. bluemagic

    bluemagic Senior member

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    I got the new one recently. I had originally ordered it in Medium since thats what I generally wear in everything and it felt really huge, especially around the mid section where it ballooned out and looked terrible. I exchanged it for a Small instead which fits a lot better. Its still a bit baggy all around but much less than the Medium was. The midsection also still balloons out a little bit but its pretty easy to keep it at bay. I tend to wear it under a jacket most of the time. It would be great if they would make a slim fitting version with a bit more taper in the midsection.

    Yeah, this is what I've heard from other people as well. It's too bad it's so difficult to alter sweaters. For what it's worth, it looks great in the photo.
     
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  3. snake

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    That's painful to look at.
     
  4. bluemagic

    bluemagic Senior member

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    That's painful to look at.

    I think different pants and better photography would make a world of difference there.
     
  5. snake

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    I think different pants and better photography would make a world of difference there.

    I think so too, but the shirt+sweater combo he's got going on is a bit sloppy. Even with it underneath the jacket you can still tell it doesn't fit well.
     
  6. bluemagic

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    I think so too, but the shirt+sweater combo he's got going on is a bit sloppy. Even with it underneath the jacket you can still tell it doesn't fit well.

    Agreed. Furthermore, can you imagine how bad it would look on someone who DIDN'T have a decent body shape?
     
  7. snake

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    Agreed. Furthermore, can you imagine how bad it would look on someone who DIDN'T have a decent body shape?

    It'd probably look worse, but from the pic that sweater might actually fit a heavier-set person better. [​IMG]
     
  8. TwoStep

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    It'd probably look worse, but from the pic that sweater might actually fit a heavier-set person better. [​IMG]

    It's size small. What exactly is it that doesn't fit? Constructive criticism is welcomed.
     
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    Billsack, you work at Craft, no?

    Indeed
     
  10. snake

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    It's size small. What exactly is it that doesn't fit? Constructive criticism is welcomed.

    The narrowness of the sweater at the hem is causing it to balloon out and drape, which isn't very flattering. Also, color palate can be improved. Khaki and pink candy stripe is a no go.
     
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    The narrowness of the sweater at the hem is causing it to balloon out and drape, which isn't very flattering. Also, color palate can be improved. Khaki and pink candy stripe is a no go.

    I could agree on that. Get's kind of narrow with a sweater underneath that jacket. Thank you.
     
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    that is xenox's best fit to date --- not saying it is brilliant.

    white pants are not remotely flattering no matter who wears them.

    haha well I have been weighing whether to get white pants lately and will take SF scorn like this under advisement.

    Another issue is: white pants+Seattle rain = dunno bout that.

    maybe I will go with off-white.
     
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    Bah, you only feel that way cause it's winter. Turn the sun on until 9pm and up 98F and white jeans instantly become wearable.
    strongly disagree, any time of year and any time of day white jeans look like shit unless you are very tall and incredibly slender and even still it doesn't look good. maybe thats just my personal preference but i find it horrible. now bill, that is quite the outfit, nice. ^^^^ yeah man, an off white or khaki looks awesome on most, but bright vibrant white like that looks shit.
     
  14. wahwho11

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    i think i would still like that leather w/o stars but it does make it unique. i should really visit craft.
     
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    that is xenox's best fit to date --- not saying it is brilliant. haha well I have been weighing whether to get white pants lately and will take SF scorn like this under advisement. Another issue is: white pants+Seattle rain = dunno bout that. maybe I will go with off-white.
    White pants are fine in summer, wear them like raws and get them all nice and dirty, look a lot better than snow white painter jeans
     
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    J Crew
    J Crew
    J Crew
    J Crew
     
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    Ew. I've seen JCrew fits that were better than that.
     
  18. brad-t

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    designers cant save you
     
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    Sweater's ugly and looks like you went crazy with sizing down on jeans from the top.
     
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    [​IMG] Yeah the jeans look weird, and my feet look 3 inches long.
     
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