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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. NOBD

    NOBD Senior member

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    Thanks NOBD... and finally, a Friday challenge I can take part in! [​IMG]

    YW. Excellent.
     
  2. 0b5cur1ty

    0b5cur1ty Senior member

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    dat gap


    dat dick

    you could both stand a better fit round the crotch

    Surely you're not suggesting I should try to hide one of my best features?

    [srsly]Slightly embarrassed now.[/srsly]
     
  3. shoreman1782

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    lol at panzer

    I think tassel loafer have that effect on a lot of people. I like them and have seen them on young people. Not that it matters, but it seems like I see them all the time on American Prep fashion blogs, and some of the Italian-centric ones.

    Hm, I can get behind a tassel loafer but you need a better trouser / jean fit for it to work. And there is something not quite right about the tie/ shirt/ shawl combination, altho individually they're all OK. A softer shirt, more contrast in the color of the cardigan, something like that.

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  4. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    nicest duffle i've ever seen
     
  5. bows1

    bows1 Senior member

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    cool hair dawg (bows1)
    bows, that is so dope. boots look great. i really like the gloves, nice touch..
    I'm afraid bows1 is going to kidnap my girlfriend and then blow up Portugal.
    E on that supervillian swag.
    bows, that is awesome
    you are alright bows, you are alright
    Bows you are one awesome dude.
    bows and nil good looks dawgs
    Bows - looks great. That is the kind of fit that should not be nit picked. There are some "wrong" elements but who cares if it looks right.
    Bows1 and nil looking great
    Nil, Bows1, Synth all looking sharp.
    Thanks guys. [​IMG] I think g transistor was being sarcastic but whatever I quoted him anyways. Nil - Nice fit bud, go packers To people who asked to see the shirt differently / the blazer differently etc. if its nice out today I'll take some pics.
     
  6. bows1

    bows1 Senior member

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  7. lmaozedong

    lmaozedong Senior member

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    Incorrect. The jacket looks tiny on his long frame. It is not a good look for him. I am likely shorter than him, but not short by the standard of height in my country.

    I like cropped jackets, but I think it's ridiculous when it gets to the point that the shirt is longer than the jacket..[​IMG]
     
  8. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    First WAYWT in a while. Trying out the blazer. My collar keeps fucking up in the photos.

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    Details in the spoiler

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    Blazer: N. Hoolywood
    Cardigan: Diesel Black Gold
    Shirt: Lumen et Umbra
    Jeans: Cloak
    Shoes: Rag and Bone[/SPOILER]

    I could criticise details, but I like the whole even if much of it jars with my MC sensibilities.
    From yesterday

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    Jacket: BoO
    Shirt: CdG
    Jeans: DH
    Shoes: MMM


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    I like the concept, but not I'm not a fan of that particular blazer. The rest is good.
    What up bows.

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    Still feeling the effects of celebrating the Packers victory. So worth it as I'm flying high despite the mean mugs present in these pictures. World Champions, baby!

    ToJ
    Giuliano Fujiwara
    RRL
    W+H
    Paul Smith

    These are really good.
    I know most of you hate the half zip sweater, sorry !

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    Scout leather jacket
    Margiela sweater
    Margiela jeans
    Manfield boots

    Yes not a fan of half-zips, but you'veworn it well. Jeans and boot combo works great.
    http://s3.amazonaws.com/data.tumblr....o5Bh2LcqccE%3D

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    sorry, can't get the first to work. a couple from the past couple of days. the top is in milano on the duomo and the second is in firenze on one of the bridges. they're similar cause i packed very lightly/don't care.

    Great layering - I like this look a lot.
    Anyway today.

    Thom Browne
    Wings & Horns
    Gitman
    Rag & Bone
    Salvatore Ferragamo

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    Solid look.
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    Okay I find tassell loafers abhorent, and generally don't like ties with jeans so I'm pretty biased...
    It's too awkward a blend of casual & formal. Swap the jeans for smart creased chinos and it would be much better. Alternatively loose the tie and swap the shirt for a casual chambray or gingham.
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    Cotton scuba
    silent tee
    Geller cinched back
    CPs
    Not sure whether it's the camera/mirror angle or the clothing, but this is much less flattering than your last shot.
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    That coat looks great.

    Finally finished moving. Maybe you can tell from this pic, but I don't live in a bootleg 80s apartment anymore (I'm also paying six times the rent..)

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    Swap the high tops for black boots and it would be much better - the high tops look incongrous in an awkward way rather than a creative choice.

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    The green & navy work great together.
     
  9. snowmanxl

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    waffle, the pant roll is excellent. details on the boots pls?
     
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    I like cropped jackets, but I think it's ridiculous when it gets to the point that the shirt is longer than the jacket..[​IMG]
    Wondering how it would look if the sleeves were an inch longer.
     
  11. bows1

    bows1 Senior member

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    nicest duffle i've ever seen

    i agree. info?
     
  13. bows1

    bows1 Senior member

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    Better pic of the blazer from the last fit. Blurred face cause I was caught off guard by the photographer. [​IMG]
     
  14. db_ggmm

    db_ggmm Senior member

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    Firstly, what is that tee? You pinning, bro? That's a serious drop.

    Secondly, first fit was too clean cause it was street for even sw&d but spotless.

    Thirdly, your fckn feet.

    Missed this - I'm assuming you were referring to my fit?

    Not sure what you mean by too 'clean' but I can see why you might think that the fit of the T shirt is a bit tight.. It's kind of stretchy and sitting down emphasises that. This is an identical T shirt in a different colour, worn with the same jeans but standing up:

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    Wow, good eye.. it is indeed closer to the sole stripe red IRL.
     
  15. kwoyeu

    kwoyeu Senior member

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    cp vintage nubuck/green
    boo shirt
    rlbl vest
     
  16. chinoguy

    chinoguy Senior member

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    i might end up being too cold
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    Seriously? It's stuff like this that gets praised on Styleforum? If people saw someone dressed like that on the street, they'd laugh at him.
     
  17. Nil

    Nil Senior member

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    And it looks like chinoguy falls victim to the ignore feature. Pew Pew Pew.
     
  18. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Seriously? It's stuff like this that gets praised on Styleforum? If people saw someone dressed like that on the street, they'd laugh at him.

    they laughed at martin luther king, too
     
  19. jhe0417

    jhe0417 Senior member

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    kwoyeu, those CPs look pretty cool. Always thought of them as a summer shoe, but they look good there.
     
  20. chinoguy

    chinoguy Senior member

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    they laughed at martin luther king, too


    Seems like there's a code of fashion (not style) that all people here adhere too.
    A real "man" of style would never wear fashion fads like the skinny jeans or drop crotch pants, yet they seem all the range in here.

    This site's objective is not about being stylish bur rather styleforumish. The weirder your outfit, the more you fit.
     
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