The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. thekunk07

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    sup steve-o what you wearing there ? that scarf looks warm
    A friend knitted it for me, can't cop it anywhere [​IMG] Rest is Jil, Gitman, MMM.
    Vest looks a little odd (to me; others may disagree with me on this), particularly because of a) the length relative to the length of the suit jacket and b) the logo embroidered on the chest. I'd maybe throw a pocket square in the suit jacket, and there could be more of a difference between the jacket and shirt sleeve lengths. And yeah, +1 on the scarf. Like it.
    Yeah, pocket square would definitely help, and I see your point about the length of the vest. For the sleeve, I would ideally want to have the cuff show in most of my suits, but I want to have one or two suits with intentionally longer sleeves.
    The fit is almost there. The shoulders and chest are a bit too large for your frame. Maybe that's the look your were going for, but a closer fit would have been more flattering. As for the trousers, it looks like the back-rise is sagging a bit, which causes that rumpled effect throughout the legs. The fix may be as simple as pulling up the back of your pants. Fabric looks nice though.
    Thanks for the trouser tip! I didn't even noticed the rumples. For the fit, I'd like some for room to layer a knit, and I am going to hold off on tailoring until I find a reliable one.
     


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    noobizor, i likes me a boot tuck[​IMG]

    [​IMG] Thanks, snowman. I had your fits in mind when assembling the snowtrooper look.
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    http://i.imgur.com/CaM54.jpg
    I was scrolling upwards and was like "hey nice Lanv- OH I SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE."

    They look a little frumpled to me. How have they been holding up, for knockoffs?
     


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    damn you pull that off perfectly, looks good

    anyway fuck that aeglus dude joker is more cool

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    aeglus, that's fantastic, one of your best IMO.
     


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    Oooh, washed jeans...

    [​IMG]
     


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    ^^ Very nice. I have to ask: How do you keep your shoes (the sole edges, specifically) from getting all scuffed up during the winter?
     


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    ^^ Very nice. I have to ask: How do you keep your shoes (the sole edges, specifically) from getting all scuffed up during the winter?

    Thanks. I work from my home, so they don't suffer much. The sole edges get some polish once in a while and they have sunken toe-taps, which keep the fronts nice and 'sharp'.

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    great look nobd. the washed jeans are dope with all that chocolate suede. mmmmm
    lv scarf is a nice colour too!
     


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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    great look nobd. the washed jeans are dope with all that chocolate suede. mmmmm
    lv scarf is a nice colour too!


    Thanks, snowman. I like the contrast too.


    you dress like that when you work at home? whoa

    Minus the jacket and scarf. This is how I bring my three-year-old to "school" before I go back to work.
     


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    I was scrolling upwards and was like "hey nice Lanv- OH I SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE."

    They look a little frumpled to me. How have they been holding up, for knockoffs?


    They have been great. I've worn the shit out of them for like 8 months, and are in great shape. Suede is undamaged, minimal wear on the heel etc. etc. They are a knockoff design, but they are still a good shoe, made in Italy, lamb liner. I love them
     


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