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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    Zara / H&M
    APC
    Common Projects


    How is zara for beater basics? I was going to drop by while on travel but won't bother if it is h&m level.
     
  2. the shah

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    most things are better than H&M quality and good for just daily chill wear. Depends on which items, but I would say worth a look. Price is fair
     
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    jslade, looks good with the jacket. nothing wrong with it at all imo. just having a raf moment: (please see shah's avatar 2 posts above)
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    kva scarf-shirt kva metallic pants mmm paint beige(the best[​IMG] )
     
  5. dtmt

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    Zara might be marginally better quality than H&M, but that's really splitting hairs. If I happened to walk right past one and had a few minutes to kill I might wander in, but wouldn't go out of my way to go to one.
     
  6. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    okay I will skip zara and visit the topless beach instead.
     
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    Snow, dope, however needs less cuffing and rolling so you look even less human [​IMG]
     
  8. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    This may be your best fit slack, or at least the most interesting.





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  9. saelan

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    ^ disagree. I think slack in drapey stuff just looks kind of awkward, though I'm curious to see where he's going with this look.
     
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    jslade, looks good with the jacket. nothing wrong with it at all imo. just having a raf moment: (please see shah's avatar 2 posts above)
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    kva scarf-shirt kva metallic pants mmm paint beige(the best[​IMG] )

    Awesome. I can already see soccer moms pulling their children away from you like some sort of leper. Today, too hot to care. [​IMG]
     
  11. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    I don't like that slack fit at all really. Maybe it's the t-shirt but the whole thing seems at odds with itself.
     
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    I don't like that slack fit at all really. Maybe it's the t-shirt but the whole thing seems at odds with itself.

    The problem is that it's basically a robbie fit with drapy shit that isn't really good anyways
     
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    The problem is that it's basically a robbie fit with drapy shit that isn't really good anyways
    g transistor, you comment me a lot. what exactly do you mean by the above? are you referring to the poster robbie of the midwest who wears jeans and loop wheeled sweatshirts and what not? i dont get it.. p.s. its just a cheap silent hoodie over shit i would normally wear..
    This may be your best fit slack, or at least the most interesting.
    Thank You
     
  15. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    g transistor, you comment me a lot. what exactly do you mean by the above? are you referring to the poster robbie of the midwest who wears jeans and loop wheeled sweatshirts and what not? i dont get it..

    A fit that is absolutely nothing special or interesting and would only get praise because you "look comfortable" in it. If you take away the hoodie or whatever, that's what your fit is, and also that the hoodie itself isn't great.

    I think a lot of your stuff is boring, but most of the time I don't care cause you still look better than most people, which is also why I might say more shit when I think something is off.
     
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    dunno, I like it slack, I agree the vintage tee is out of place but any plain t would make a decent substitute, silent, geller or something else drapey for more aesthetic/brand symmetry/forum approval blah blah

    some people think clothes are some mystical shit, like getting dressed and putting together a nice fit is solving some kind of rubix cube. smh
     
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    Thanks everyone.

    Dudes everywhere were beasting over my NB's all day today while I was out, lol

    Kind of caught me off guard.
     
  18. slack tide

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    dunno, I like it slack, I agree the vintage tee is out of place but any plain t would make a decent substitute, silent, geller or something else drapey for more aesthetic/brand symmetry/forum approval blah blah

    Thanks, ARW. I have two things coming soon, two of them being ones you mentioned. I think they'll look good. All for cheap too. Fun just for a change of pace against the normal/boring stuff
     
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    r&b
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    good shit
     
  20. the shah

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    just having a raf moment

    the best


    nice work [​IMG]
     
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