The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Boxercise Toughguy

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    Those shoes suck and are incongruent with the worker vibe from the rest of the outfit.
     


  2. NOBD

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    Warm feet; cold heart.

    Reminded me of this

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    OD/OT, I know from your MC posts that slim isn't quite your thing, but you could totally get away with narrower casualwear.
     


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    barims man, what is going on with the hem of your pants in the first picture?

    A visit to the Southbank Centre this afternoon. The colours in the second photograph might be harsh on some monitors:

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  5. barims

    barims Senior member

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    barims man, what is going on with the hem of your pants in the first picture?

    I thought this would come up and the answer is simple:

    I was caught angling my foot
     


  6. cowsareforeating

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    nn's fit

    is based on facial hair... duh.
     


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    OD/OT, I know from your MC posts that slim isn't quite your thing, but you could totally get away with narrower casualwear.

    He could also get away with covering up his mummy toes.
     


  8. ManofKent

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    Looks good, what colour is the belt (I just ordered a new belt in 'natural' from zissou)?

    Cheers. English tan (well might be British Tan - one or the other [​IMG] ). Natural should look good - lighter leathers age so much better than dark leathers.

    MoK always bringing it. Nice fit on the new jeans! [​IMG] You wear your clothes well.
    Thanks.
    nice watch MoK
    Yes - I like these Seiko 5's - once you shove a leather strap on them they look so much better.
    Maybe sag the jeans a bit, MoK? (Have I learnt, SW&D?)

    And I would roll up the sleeves.

    Cheers - only just warm enough for shirt sleeves without a jacket - it'll be a while before they get rolled up. Yes I might try sagging them a bit once they've broken in. I sized down 1 on the waist so they'll need to stretch a little first.
    Details on strap?
    Hirsch Leonardo (in Tan I think) It was a good shade or so lighter when new.
    MOK-

    I think the only reason the belt pops (sticks out so much) is because its the same color as the brick behind you.

    I agree wear the pants an inch or 2 lower to add some flavour/ease

    I do like the shirt, doesnt look to busy bc the jeans are so simple...

    Nice kicks also!

    Thanks - yes the belts not too light but I like my tan most once it's developed a patina.
    another night out, nothing special (one girl tried to leave bite marks through the leather and failed [​IMG])
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    also getting very tempted to sell my 2010 black lamb dr since this one usually tends to look better [​IMG]

    Looks great - I didn't realise you needed body armour in Korea though - you'd better warn nicelynice [​IMG]
    fit also looks better if you remove the dress pants, I think

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    Yes looks pretty good.
    A visit to the Southbank Centre this afternoon. The colours in the second photograph might be harsh on some monitors:

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    Nice SC but I think we have different taste in trousers [​IMG]
    Are you back in the UK permanantly now?

    not wearing anything of note today, but it was sunny and nice out all day so i figured why not

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    first time in a while i could go out with a t-shirt and no jacket.

    Nice stacks.

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    swap the footwear for boots and this would work much better IMO
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    I don't mind the jeans, but cuffed over a pair of boots please [​IMG]
     


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    barims Senior member

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    I miss the awesome drug lord beard.

    I actually shaved it off around two weeks ago, so this is especially for you:

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  10. ManofKent

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    A frosty start, but sunny and warm by lunchtime:

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    Waistcoat/vest: Universal Works
    Shirt & pants: Norsea Industries
    Boots: Redwing IR
     


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    Are red neckerchiefs some MC thing I don't get or is it just coincidence?
     


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    MoK, I've always wondered: you seem to take your WAYWT pictures in pretty public places. Do you just set your camera down in the middle of the park and snap a photo of yourself? [​IMG]
     


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    post-infected leg steez. only reason I'm wearing shorts. [​IMG]
     


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    a little diff from your usual cez, but still a nice and clean fit.[​IMG]

    thanks.

    Cez - I think a more substantial shoe/boot would work best with the chinos and utility shirt. That or maybe a hem or cuff on the pants. Those shoes kind of through of the silhouette for me.

    thanks. i think you're but i am not fan of work boots. they have a slight bootcut to them . they are from a few years ago when all i wore were bootcuts. i like how they feel and fit but i have been meaning to get them tapered.






    Those shoes suck and are incongruent with the worker vibe from the rest of the outfit.


    footwear is all a matter of taste so i am not going to ague. besides something tells me it not the footwear you hate so much as the person wearing them, so i'm just going to ignore your snarky comment.

    i am not trying to go all workwear steeze. honestly, i not a huge fan of workwear. i saw this shirt, liked the material a lot, liked the fit so i bought it.
     


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    post-infected leg steez. only reason I'm wearing shorts.

    Anyone else got some post-infection pics for us? We could start an official thread.
     


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