The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. mellowfellow

    mellowfellow Senior member

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    The parka is for sale. It is one size too big for me. But I have been wearing it anyway.
     
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    I think it looks alright but it seems like I'm the only one. Super boring fit but more pics the better I guess. Don't know how my pants ended up hiked so high. Shit happens I guess. [​IMG]
     
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    looks great hendrix
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    like the idea of this, needs some adjustment though. v-neck, different casual shoes, and shortened sleeves and it's a winner also you look like ray pride; cool guy [​IMG]
     
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    I think it looks alright but it seems like I'm the only one.

    Super boring fit but more pics the better I guess. Don't know how my pants ended up hiked so high. Shit happens I guess.


    Pants seem to fit a touch big in the waist (see a little bunching I think, which I see personally on myself all the time...so hope I'm right there) but overall I really like them and my favorite piece of the fit. Details on them?....Nice shade of green.
     
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    Shoes/boots would up the formality but would it really be an aesthetic improvement?

    try it
     
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    This is good! This is very good [​IMG]
     
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    Pants seem to fit a touch big in the waist (see a little bunching I think, which I see personally on myself all the time...so hope I'm right there) but overall I really like them and my favorite piece of the fit. Details on them?....Nice shade of green.

    They fit in the waist, it's actually the thighs that are a bit off. I usually sag a little because of it but they bunched up on me. They're Velour Adan chinos. Got them off eBay for like 20 bucks, so I might get them tailored at some point.
     
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    Ebbet
    Gap
    Duluth
    Samurai+crotch grab
    Superior Labor
    Nike
     
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    Ebbet
    Gap
    Duluth
    Samurai+crotch grab
    Superior Labor
    Nike


    Very good as normal, midship. The ebbet cap is an especially nice touch in my opinion.
     
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    like the idea of this, needs some adjustment though. v-neck, different casual shoes, and shortened sleeves and it's a winner

    Thanks for the comment! I was starting to wonder if my photobucket wasn't working. [​IMG]

    I agree with all the comments, pretty much. I just got the jacket (in B&S from bowvalley2000) just a few days ago, and while it fits well in the shoulders and chest, it needs to be shortened a bit. This is my eternal dilemma (I guess I have short arms).

    I think it would probably work better with white sneakers -- I'm saving up for some Achilles, which would probably go well with this, I think.

    The only thing I'm not sure about is the v-neck. The crew-neck seems fine to me -- wouldn't a v-neck be a bit incongruous with the jacket?

    haha, thanks.
     
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    Might start dressing less grungy and druggy and more preppy.
     
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    Would you do less drugs?
     
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    Might start dressing less grungy and druggy and more preppy.


    something about the top half here isn't quite working for me, but I'm having a really hard time putting a finger on it
     
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    Preppy is fine, but i would go with a shirt that doesnt have so clear a logo. Other than that I think it looks fine.

    What jeans and bag by the way?
     
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    Might start dressing less grungy and druggy and more preppy.


    Maybe time to stop doing bench press and start doing some squats!

    I like the fit though.
     
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