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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. snowmanxl

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    thanks nobd. will do.
     
  2. aether

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    NOBD, love the suit. I was at an 'upscale' department store the other day trying on suits. I just can't get over how sloppy the 'fine wool' pants that come with the suits are. I hate how flimsy they are, and they just generally look like shit to me, never flattering.

    However, I LOVE the way your pants are structured. Good consistent taper from the knee down, pretty much no break, subtle stretching at the knees, single cuff, etc. Do you have to go with a fairly heavy wait material to get this 'structure'? whats the secret, looks great. Any way you can take a shot where you are standing still to see how it compares?
     
  3. robinsongreen68

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    ^ i agree, i can never get my mc trousers to fit like that, one of the reasons i rarely feel good in a suit.i think NOBD's success is partly to do with the small hems ( maybe 19cm?) and cuff, but also i think he's 6'2" or something which obviously helps.
     
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    I'm going to try and post more, sorry my first is a crappy iphone pic! [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks for the comments, all!
     
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    any washing/sizing advice on that AA? Looks amazing.
     
  8. StanleyVanBuren

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    (SVB still looking sharp).

    SVB that's my favorite fit from you yet. You look more relaxed than some of your other fits.

    good to see you back.

    thanks guys! here is yesterday.

    extreme low angle, not flattering to me at all but whatever:

    [​IMG]
     
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    thanks guys! here is yesterday. extreme low angle, not flattering to me at all but whatever: [​IMG]
    FUCK YOUR FLASHY BLUE SOCKS THEY DON'T WORK WITH THE REST OF YOUR OUTFIT but i'll agree if you give me the car in the background.
     
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    i dunno that's the first shit from stanley that i like and it's probably cause the socks match the car. nigga looks like he goes with the car and it makes him seem less square cause that car looks dangerous.
     
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    any washing/sizing advice on that AA? Looks amazing.
    Size up 3 from normal, wash 105ºC triple-distilled artisanal for five minutes, and hang dry on the outstretched arms of a 16 year-old virgin Latvian. Fuck up any of that and the shirt defaults back to a Hanes Beefy T.
     
  13. robbie

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    fuck. can you proxy me some of that triple distilled water? I can't go back to Hanes beefy tees, shit messed with my chi.
     
  14. wEstSidE

    wEstSidE Senior member

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    yeah come to think of it stanley lookin like a rich kid who dgaf. lookin down on you peons. good shit.
     
  15. whodini

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    International laws, bro. Hands are tied.
     
  16. noob in 89

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    [​IMG]


    I like it. It's...caper-y.
     
  17. robbie

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    International laws, bro. Hands are tied.

    sonofabitch! next your gonna tell me tap water is gonna fuck the fades up on my jawnzs'
     
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    It's like using synthetic vs standard oil in your car when you first buy it. If you haven't started with the good stuff, you might as well just donate it to the local orphanage now.
     
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