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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. bows1

    bows1 Senior member

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    6'1

    Me and Synth have the same body I think. 6'1" 175/180 lbs. 52/42 jacket 31 waist for me
     
  2. Nouveau Pauvre

    Nouveau Pauvre Senior member

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    ^someone (magician) has been spending time on /fit/

    and if not i feel like it's totally up your alley.
     
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    Bows did take a potential liability (ginger) and turn it into one of the most admired head ornaments on sf, so bravo for that.

    Btw, do you actually wear 31 pants, or is that at your natural waist?
     
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    no idea my natural waist but all my jeans are 30 or 31
     
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    [​IMG] INC sweater. White shirt. Maroon/black/gold/silver tie. Volcom slate-colored chino (restructured). Perry Ellis black wingtips. Pierre Cardin bag. Suggestions? Comments? [​IMG]
     
  8. Nouveau Pauvre

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    ^someone (magician) has been spending time on /fit/

    and if not i feel like it's totally up your alley.


    I may have ventured to that dark corner of the internet once or twice....
     
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    [​IMG] INC sweater. White shirt. Maroon/black/gold/silver tie. Volcom slate-colored chino (restructured). Perry Ellis black wingtips. Pierre Cardin bag. Suggestions? Comments? [​IMG]
    You're going to have to work on the hair before anyone will take you seriously.
     
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    unfortunately the hair is the least of the problems that quarter zip has to go
     
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    ^someone (magician) has been spending time on /fit/

    and if not i feel like it's totally up your alley.

    I think most of those fitness memes come out of Misc. not /fit/ though.
     
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    Cacatfish Senior member

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    It's a fine fit, it's just more of a MC look.
    Quarter zips over tie are a staple there.
     
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    if it's an mc staple that's just more evidence it needs to go
     
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    Quarter zips are a great way to add about 10 years.
     
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    Mr. Moo Senior member

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    if it's an mc staple that's just more evidence it needs to go

    Unc, you are seriously the last cat on here who should care, or hold an opinion of any sort on MC style. Come on. Get real.
     
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    wannabe looks like his fit is lacking a bluetooth headpiece, that unnerves me
     
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    Im not crazy about quarter zips but a lot of old man shit has recently been approppriated by the younger crowd. Cardigans, chukkas, plaids, etc.
    I still hate chukkas, more LL bean than even quarter zips.
     
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    Cardigans and plaids can look fresh (as in, not stuffy) in the right context. It's almost impossible not to look like a young Republican with a quarter zip over your back.
     
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    You're going to have to work on the hair before anyone will take you seriously.
    I like my hair! But what do you suggest?
    unfortunately the hair is the least of the problems that quarter zip has to go
    Thanks for the tip.
    It's a fine fit, it's just more of a MC look. Quarter zips over tie are a staple there.
    Thanks for the suggestion. Posted over to MC as well.
    wannabe looks like his fit is lacking a bluetooth headpiece, that unnerves me
    [​IMG] What does everyone think about the black wingtips? I wanted to go for them today to try to pull them off, but I know that brown is more popular here and do wear brown constantly.
     
  20. Cacatfish

    Cacatfish Senior member

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    Until recently there was little out there more old mannish than a cardigan.
    They've reworked the fit, tweked a few things and now they've been reinvented.
    20 years ago it was just Mr Rogers and kaptain kangaroo.
     
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