The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Lane

    Lane Senior member

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    I fucking hate supreme...just sayin
     


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    willy cheesesteak Senior member

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    A gif response. Pretty clever.
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    [​IMG] dressing up for the internet. way too hot for this shit right now boo boo attachment ervell HAPPY SOX (got halfway through putting on my shoes and said fuck it) jean michel cazabat
     


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    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    the layering isn't quite working IMO, shirt might need to be tucked and i don't think the sweater meshes that well. I also think it needs some colour
     


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    One of the rare occasions where I get to wear a suit.

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    lmaozedong Senior member

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    I also think it needs some colour
    dont you see my SOCKS??!?! nah i feel u. my entire closet is white-black-grey-navy. i never really liked the sf tuck in your shirt rule tho. plus boo shirts get untucked if i even slightly bend over edit: snake somehow i was willing to change everything else i was wearing to post a fit for the internet except my socks. my sweater is my favorite part of the outfit though :/
     


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    snake Senior member

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    ^take off the sweater and swap out the socks and it'd look pretty solid.
     


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    IH Bracelet
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    Con JV slip ons
     


  9. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    Another convert
     


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    pants need more patterns. you should probably have a multicolored hat too, and a pair of bapes.

    EDIT: and jamesM, using pedobear isn't even funny on 4chan anymore, why would anyone here be amused by it?


    Right, that was my point.

    Fuck.
     


  12. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    Wow, that was a lot of megaman discussion. Some replies: 1) It's definitely not too big. It's not skin tight, but it's a foam padded winter jacket. I plan on wearing more than a t-shirt under it, generally. I would not have been comfortable sizing down. I'm not a twig runway model, my chest wouldn't fit into a 48. Zipping it up over a sweater will probably be how I wear it. 2) It is incredibly awkward. It's a jacket made of foam and nylon. It doesn't articulate well when you move, and if you bend, it bulges. Not exactly an anatomic cut. If you watch the runway show, the models don't even move their arms as they walk. Despite that, it looks pretty fucking awesome in motion, definitely like armor. 3) It's absolutely a "fashion" piece. I feel a little weird spending money on a tech jacket that I'm not going to wear skiing, but I think it's awesome. And yes, it is ridiculous. Yes, the contrast-sleeve shirt is also ridiculous. That's kind of the point. It is not timeless, nor is it classic. When I go see tron, I am going to wear this to the theater. However, I think it'll blend in a lot better in wintertime, surrounded by a million other puffy coats - not that that's my desire. Also Nil, Kunk, Jet, JD, check your PM's. If anyone else wants measurements from my size 52, feel free to ask. Anyway, here's one more picture that shows a little better how it actually fits (and how it doesn't when I bend my left arm): [​IMG]
     


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    ahaha love the expression, I know how you feel. welcome to teh SF

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    that jacket is awesome! i would wear that damn thing all winter
     


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