The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Boxercise Toughguy

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    Kissoi mauling fools. Awesome.
     


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    This snowy and blustery weather calls for turtle necks, especially when you have a cold to go with it all. Oh and to salean, I hear you on the no stacks, I do single cuffs too and did so for this fit. Sometimes you feel like a cuff and sometimes...you know... [​IMG]
     


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    Mr. Moo Boxercise Toughguy

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    Shirt, tie and pants look alright but the blazer makes it look like you've mixed and mashed 2 suits.

    MMM bag looks great...if not a little out of place.

    Actually all works much better with the coat on...
     


  5. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Boxercise Toughguy

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    Shirt, tie and pants look alright but the blazer makes it look like you've mixed and mashed 2 suits.

    MMM bag looks great...if not a little out of place.


    Thanks for the feedback. The pants have a microstripe (an MC no no... ) and the jacket has a burgundy overcheck... but I can see how from far away neither can be seen.
     


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    Fit looks great, Tonio. Sweater is a beaut.

    And I'm not a Comey fan (wearing myself) but those boots look awesome.
     


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    Surplus beret
    Mister Freedom Denim Peacoat
    Vintage orange denim utility shirt
    Ralph Lauren Rugby Herringbone pants
    Hill Side indigo Chambray scarf
    Vintage beatle boots
    Filson tote



    SE post on beret


    that denim peacoat is so full of win. I've loved it since the first time I saw it.
     


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    Great shoes, moo. Are those Aldens?
     


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    Shirt, tie and pants look alright but the blazer makes it look like you've mixed and mashed 2 suits. MMM bag looks great...if not a little out of place. Actually all works much better with the coat on...
    Agreed on all this working better with the coat on. I don't mind the different colored blazer. If it was a little different shade, it'd be better, but even as is I think I'd prefer this to matching pants/blazer.
     


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    Thanks for the good words guys , the peacoat runs big after a hot soak or two it fits just perfect wore it around the crib some also.

    Scott : I'm with that king, ideally after 23rd of jan for me count me in. I assume Willycheese will be there too

    Moo : clean.
     


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    Seems to be a lot of peacoats lately. This is my grandfather's that he wore in WWII. True vintage. [​IMG]
     


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    It's pretty dope that that is a legit vintage peacoat...but the standard wool peacoat is so played out these days.
     


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    JKissi and adamha21 - like the fits. Good stuff. adamha12 - The Inverallan red knit cap by chance? Seems chunky and warm. Was contemplating the oatmeal or grey versions myself. Hmmm...
    It's pretty dope that that is a legit vintage peacoat...but the standard wool peacoat is so played out these days.
    I don't think so. You may be tired of them and that's all good, but they're a staple to me. There may be a million variations out there, sure, but most of them are shit. Find one that is substantial and fits more slim than vintage, and it's a win in my book. It's rare that I see many people around my area sporting them, maybe that's why it doesn't seem played out to me.
     


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    Seems to be a lot of peacoats lately. This is my grandfather's that he wore in WWII. True vintage.

    [​IMG]


    Like this very much.

    I've never had the urge for a peacoat. This makes me think differently.
     


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    This snowy and blustery weather calls for turtle necks, especially when you have a cold to go with it all. Oh and to salean, I hear you on the no stacks, I do single cuffs too and did so for this fit. Sometimes you feel like a cuff and sometimes...you know...
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    Your posts in WAYWT, B&S, and "Epicurean knits" makes me think you may have the nicest knit collection on here. [​IMG]
     


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