The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    don't see how that is awesome, you guys are blinded by the beard
    Either the vest needs to be larger or the shirt slimmer, looks like sausage casing
     
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    Meis Senior member

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    It seems like MC guys are like....2-4 sizes bigger than the average SW&D guy.

    FTFY

    aside from anorexics and circus troops i doubt you'll find many groups that aren't larger than avg sw&d

    Partly true. But I don't think there are that many SW&D guys that are really really small. I'd wager the vast majority of SW&D guys are in the range of 36-40jacket and 28-32 waist. MC on the otherhand - not everyone is drastically larger, but there does seem to be quite a lot of guys that are 36+ waist and 44+ jackets... at least the MC Buy+Sell makes it seem that way (which sucks for me, I almost never see suits/sportcoats in 36).
     
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    There's the back. I really don't think it's too big at all.
     
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    the hem on your left leg is stacking proper weird[​IMG]
     
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    Partly true. But I don't think there are that many SW&D guys that are really really small. I'd wager the vast majority of SW&D guys are in the range of 36-40jacket and 28-32 waist. MC on the otherhand - not everyone is drastically larger, but there does seem to be quite a lot of guys that are 36+ waist and 44+ jackets... at least the MC Buy+Sell makes it seem that way (which sucks for me, I almost never see suits/sportcoats in 36).
    You do realize that most mainstream stores in the US don't even sell 28-30 waist pants or a 36 jacket right? At least in Brick and Mortar stores. I'd say thats pretty small.
     
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    America is just fat
     
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    America is just fat

    Thats true.
     
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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    There's the back. I really don't think it's too big at all.


    Dude you're crossing your arms to make it look tighter. Post it zipped from the front with your arms at your sides.
     
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    Dude you're crossing your arms to make it look tighter. Post it zipped from the front with your arms at your sides.
    hahaha, i don't get it. who's he trying to fool? If it's too big, it's too big. It doesn't matter whether or not you deceive styleforum. additional comments on the fit: you mix brown boots with a black jacket, and jcrew suburban workwear (two shirts) with more edgy/moto leather. it's just not working.
     
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    You do realize that most mainstream stores in the US don't even sell 28-30 waist pants or a 36 jacket right? At least in Brick and Mortar stores. I'd say thats pretty small.

    Most places do sell 30 waist pants, though yeah 36 jackets are a pain to find in the US. But going by the US isn't a good measuring stick because -

    America is just fat

    Yep. Elsewhere in the world a size 36 is a small and much less difficult to find. In Japan and some other asian countries a small would be even smaller than a 36
     
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    Yep. Elsewhere in the world a size 36 is a small and much less difficult to find. In Japan and some other asian countries a small would be even smaller than a 36

    Just found a chart that suggests that Americans men are, on average, 3 inches taller than Japanese men. Surely that explains the difference?
     
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    Most places do sell 30 waist pants, though yeah 36 jackets are a pain to find in the US. But going by the US isn't a good measuring stick because -



    Yep. Elsewhere in the world a size 36 is a small and much less difficult to find. In Japan and some other asian countries a small would be even smaller than a 36


    Yeah I suppose but not 29 and 28. and never a 36.
     
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    Yeah I suppose but not 29 and 28. and never a 36.

    True, I was just saying that on SW&D there's plenty of guys that are sizee 28-29. Otherwise its much more rare
     
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    hahaha, i don't get it. who's he trying to fool? If it's too big, it's too big. It doesn't matter whether or not you deceive styleforum.

    additional comments on the fit: you mix brown boots with a black jacket, and jcrew suburban workwear (two shirts) with more edgy/moto leather. it's just not working.


    You think motos are edgy?
     
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