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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. cowsareforeating

    cowsareforeating Senior member

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    i meant square as figurative. not literal

    think more square as in svb (no hate, just... that type of look)

    its hard to wear plaid well (yes, plaid is overused, overdone, generally not done well)
    unless you're rugged as fuck or dashingly handsome.

    and most of us are neither.

    its good to take notes of others peoples fits, but i think epaulet and flannel
    + jacket have been regurgitated to death.
    sure it looks okay/good but theres not much left so commentate about it on waywt.
     
  2. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    what's up internets...

    guess who's been reading MC?


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  3. slack tide

    slack tide Senior member

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    pretext: I wear 90% the same brand

    that out of the way..

    It wasn't until SF that I realized, while my fits looked "nice", they were tragically unremarkable. Inoffensive. That's about it. Cow's said "not much left to commentate about it on waywt", which led me to this comment. Because that is how I did (and still kind of do) perceive myself.

    Not to say I've heavily branched out from my original appearance and debut, I do feel the critiques and comments received have caused me to explore a few different avenues of fit that I hadn't considered or for some reason had an aversion to in the past.

    that is all. carry on [​IMG]
     
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    clark kent Senior member

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    noobizor your socks are too big!
     
  6. GraphicNovelty

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    I feel like that would work better if the colors "went together" in a color-wheel sorta way.

    Unless your PBJ's are black in which case cool. But olive and indigo? Not so much.
     
  7. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    noobizor your socks are too big!

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    Brinbro Senior member

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    I think you're trying to tell him it doesn't look good, which you're right, it doesn't. Never try to match your top to your shoes like that, unless you're a hypebeast. Dude got hyped into some MMM's too, what a shame, I'm guessing unless he does something with his hair and some new frames (maybe?) he's doomed anyway.
     
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    what's up internets...

    guess who's been reading MC?


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    gimme a quarter pounder with cheese, and a 6 piece nuggets, diet coke bro
     
  10. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    [​IMG] Temple of Yawnz... Bad angle.
     
  11. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Temple of Yawnz...

    Bad angle.


    still looks like ronald mcdonald shoes
     
  12. cowsareforeating

    cowsareforeating Senior member

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    pretext: I wear 90% the same brand that out of the way.. It wasn't until SF that I realized, while my fits looked "nice", they were tragically unremarkable. Inoffensive. That's about it. Cow's said "not much left to commentate about it on waywt", which led me to this comment. Because that is how I did (and still kind of do) perceive myself. Not to say I've heavily branched out from my original appearance and debut, I do feel the critiques and comments received have caused me to explore a few different avenues of fit that I hadn't considered or for some reason had an aversion to in the past. that is all. carry on [​IMG]
    you get some flak for w+h, but tbh i think you try to do stuff outside of the flannel raws cps box. i actually really like your fits, they're pretty basic but they're not as boring as some make them out to be edit: btw mikey, scott m is a good person to take notes from, but you also need some baller junya, you can't budget ball that shit
     
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    New jeans. Thoughts?

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    Vintage 1962 USAF bomber jacket
    Pendleton flannel shirt
    Old Navy henley
    Bdg Selvage
    Red Wing
     
  14. clark kent

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    I think you're trying to tell him it doesn't look good, which you're right, it doesn't. Never try to match your top to your shoes like that, unless you're a hypebeast. Dude got hyped into some MMM's too, what a shame, I'm guessing unless he does something with his hair and some new frames (maybe?) he's doomed anyway.

    hyped into MMM's? doomed...? why are you giving criticism?
     
  15. GraphicNovelty

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    Bdg like...urban outfitters bdg?
     
  16. noob in 89

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    scott m is a good person to take notes from

    just say junya catalog. no need for middlemen.

    [​IMG]
     
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    New jeans. Thoughts?

    Are you a cop? You have to tell us if you're a cop.
     
  19. UrbanComposition

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    everything is cool, the denim is kinda iffy tho
     
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