The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. snowmanxl

    snowmanxl Senior member

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    you need boots with a longer and wider shaft. pause.

    everything in your pic fits great and looks good with the cords untucked. its also a tame look. too aggressive for a boot tuck in this case, i realize its an experiment.

    i like the boot tuck look bc it gives off a structured military vibe, and breaks up the pants/shoes better in my eyes[​IMG]
     
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    To my eyes, the cuff links and umbrella don't work with the denim. Each half—top and bottom—works well on its own, however.
     
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    I think even with face blurring technology, I would recognize Moo on the street, given his wardrobe choices and what I do know of how he looks.
     
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    i hate boot tucks but i liked the way mickey rourke did it in the wrestler.
     
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    yo...some baggy joints (really i'm talkin sharkskins) tucked into some lo boots, wit the LO pullover, that'd be dope. snow beach, if u really feel me.
     
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    [​IMG] Still casting about for a new casual look... Immediately I can see that stuff in these pockets looks very bad [​IMG]
     
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    I think even with face blurring technology, I would recognize Moo on the street, given his wardrobe choices and what I do know of how he looks.

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    Still casting about for a new casual look...

    Immediately I can see that stuff in these pockets looks very bad [​IMG]


    This comes off looking sloppy to me"”stacking all the way up the leg, white shirt untucked, coat sleeves too long. I see what you're going for, but it's just not happening.
     
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    Asobu, fantastic.

    yes, very nice.
     
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    noobizor your fits won't look good until your clothes fit.
     
  12. Mr. Moo

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    Pretty good.
     
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    Still casting about for a new casual look...

    Immediately I can see that stuff in these pockets looks very bad [​IMG]


    Ok, quick run-down: jacket looks like it has just about zero waist suppression and is a little long, at least for jeans, IMO. Shoulder is also very structured, and kinda looks to big (although that might just be the over-the-top structuring, which also doesn't work very well with jeans). Sleeves are also too long, and it looks like the fabric doesn't drape well. See how it's kinda crumpling up around the sleeve and the second button?

    Jeans also look kinda weird; there's some serious thigh-flare, not that I know how to fix that beyond getting a pair that's cut slimmer in the top block.

    edit: Ok, reckon I could throw a fit up there for the hell of it. Actually two days ago:

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    Bonus of what i wore for a tiny chunk of today:

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    Know why I'm wearing sweatpants? 'Cause I just got home from the damn gym. Sweatpants-appropriate situation.

    In retrospect, though, I really should've worn New Balances. After all, they have historical cache (I have no idea what this is supposed to mean; perhaps it's an allusion to the arcane history that lurks behind those oh-so-tasteful Ns). They're clearly a heritage brand that's timeless and classic, a stunning example of style over fashion.
     
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    yo...some baggy joints (really i'm talkin sharkskins) tucked into some lo boots, wit the LO pullover, that'd be dope. snow beach, if u really feel me.
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    yea! yea! yah! [​IMG]
     
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