The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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  2. RFX45

    RFX45 Senior member

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    Schneider
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    Silent
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    Amirite?


    Close, brands are listed in his tumblr.

     


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    you are wearing them too high up...looks awkward and a little revealing[​IMG]

    I'm wearing them the way they must be worn with à jacket and a shirt !

    it's not a coated X terrific treatment X Mega stacking pair of jeans...
     


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    cez Senior member

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    People seem to think that diors have some magical fit. They're not that skinny and they don't have some magical ass on them that makes you need to sag them. They're not thin finns with some mad taper and ridiculously low pockets and high rise, which you can't really not sag. They're just kind of slim, but less then petite standards and cures and the rise is fairly standard. I think they look great with your fit and they've faded nicely.

    i have not tried any APC's but from what i've read 19cm was actually inspired by an APC cut (not certain which)

    also based on fit pic of two denims, one main difference is the reduced hip flare (thanks to darting) on diors.
     


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    First post here. Cross-posted from MC. [​IMG]

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    ^^ diggin your shoes!
     


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    ditching your shoes !

    (is what you should do)
     


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    Yes, totally fine and unremarkable until the nasty nasty shoes
     


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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] THE BOY PERSEVERES... Trying out my first SF-inspired no-risk skinny-fit jeans. Would love to know how they fit. As no one seems to sell a length 29, they're maybe an inch too long. (As ever, yes, the test shirt is too large).
     


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    ditching your shoes !

    (is what you should do)


    Yes, totally fine and unremarkable until the nasty nasty shoes

    Are they that bad? I doubt I'll throw them out, because I like them for casual wear. But if you don't mind, I'm very interested in learning what you think is so wrong about them. Here's a better photo:

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    Trying out my first SF-inspired no-risk skinny-fit jeans. Would love to know how they fit. As no one seems to sell a length 29, they're maybe an inch too long. (As ever, yes, the test shirt is too large).
    IMO they are not too long at all. I think skinny jeans look pretty gross without at least some break/stacking (unless they are cropped on purpose like some junya pieces).
     


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    Brooks Brothers tweed sport coat Ralph Lauren sweater Ralph Lauren oxford shirt Ralph Lauren burgundy corduroys Johnston and Murphy Tassel Loafers The colors were flawless but the camera didnt pick up the colors, thats why it is in sepia. What does everyone here think?
    Re-post this in the MC WAYWRN thread for more in depth criticism. Preferably a better photo as well. From what I can see - your shirt collar is undone? it looks a little big for you either way, your trousers look pretty damn baggy and your jacket looks too big. The length/sleeve length look like they are probably ok, but it is entirely without shape. The thing that makes old man clothes work on younger people is getting the fit just right, and usually a little slimmer than an old guy would actually wear them.
     


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    Looks great Aeglus, feel like another hat would be better (nitpicking).
    I think the top half looks sick Kelv, not a fan of the jeans, though.

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    DLester Senior member

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    kelvinkrushingwaywt where are people getting silent ts other than the grey ones at forward? harrisonk - that looks severely dated. jacket is too long, three button, big shoulders. Pants have more fabric than harem pants, but don't look as good. This looks like 1992. noob can't see your jeans very well, they don't look too bad. shoes don't go with that look, and as you say the shirt is ridiculous
     


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    Well, I think this is basically what we were expecting.

    I skimmed his post history because of this comment-->[​IMG]
     


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