The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. twdawson

    twdawson Senior member

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    Jacket looks uncomfortably stiff/short when zipped up.

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  2. epoc

    epoc Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG] Junya Watanabe Undercover Visvim Visvim
     


  3. raags

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    raf , apc , mmm


    love it as always


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    i think the jeans go fine and match your aesthetic. i quite like the fur. echoing the sentiments of tackiness on the coin-type-things on the side of the bag.


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    really torn on what i think of this. i think i'd have to see it in person to make a proper judgment as i'm not sure if i like the fit on the jeans and jacket. love the colours. wish i could pull off jackets like that.

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    lazy as shit fit for work and it was hot today. the shirt hasnt been ironed properly and i had nothing else to wear. i don't like how i look in shorts. maybe flat coloured beige shorts or something would do me better? i don't know. hmm.
     


  4. PinkPantser

    PinkPantser Senior member

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    these are cool
     


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    Looks great epoc
     


  6. macuser3of5

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    Fair enough, but what you seem to do is to take peoples' comments, filter them so as to align with your own, significantly different perspective and act on that. Which isn't so much taking advice as it is interpreting peoples' comments in such a way as to support what you already thought to be right. I mean if you operate from a completely polar-opposite starting point (tacky is good vs. tacky is bad) and don't diverge from it, I don't see how you can logically be said to be taking advice. Anyway, this is already starting to look like another 5 page Uncontrolfest, so I'll just leave it at that, you can PM me if you care about this.

    Looks like an ArSixFest from here.
     


  7. Lane

    Lane Senior member

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    tbh, the only type of person I'd consider "qualified" to comment on Uncontrols fit would be someone else that is into that aesthetic. The reason would be because they'd actually understand most of the reasons for his outfit. I mean imagine a guy wearing head to toe W + H commenting on someone wearing head to toe julius, and vice versa. I just think its harder to get a fair opinion from someone unless they somewhat understand or like the aesthetic.

    Advice from polar opposite aesthetics might help to a degree, but there's certainly going to be a lot of bias unless you're really impartial somehow.
     


  8. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    I don't think that's even remotely true.

    Epoc, jwied, kelv, good stuff
     


  9. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Wait, did you always have that scaffolding, and it was just under a hat in the rest of your WAYWTs? Or is that new? edit:
    tbh, the only type of person I'd consider "qualified" to comment on Uncontrols fit would be someone else that is into that aesthetic. The reason would be because they'd actually understand most of the reasons for his outfit. I mean imagine a guy wearing head to toe W + H commenting on someone wearing head to toe julius, and vice versa. I just think its harder to get a fair opinion from someone unless they somewhat understand or like the aesthetic. Advice from polar opposite aesthetics might help to a degree, but there's certainly going to be a lot of bias unless you're really impartial somehow.
    You trollin'.
     


  10. hurhur

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    finally got a parka that I was looking for!

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  11. snowmanxl

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    these are cool

    my favourite two, too.

    jwied, jacket looks great. glad you kept it!

    epoc, G'DAMNNNNNNNNNN that is dope. i like the scarf, details please?[​IMG]
     


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    [​IMG] @ Unc posting that fit in the women's clothing section

    Dude's got a funny sense of humor if that was on purpose
     


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    Really nice, mf! You're putting me in the mood for summer, even though it's still so dreary outside where I live.
     


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    finally got a parka that I was looking for!

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    hows you size that parka? hows the fabric/construction.
    i like the fit on you, although probably not zipped up lol
     


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