The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    wtf yall crazy. blue is the best ocbd color. blue ocbd, any sort of jeans (faded, dark, etc), and some sort of boot .;..
     


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    wtf yall crazy. blue is the best ocbd color. blue ocbd, any sort of jeans (faded, dark, etc), and some sort of boot .;..

    fucking word (0)
     


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    Teger Senior member

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    white ocbds wash you out. i own like 4 blue ocbds and would buy more in an instant.
     


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    yeah, i dont think it would look boring with a nice outerwear piece to compliment it.

    toj based ball
    white ocbd
    faded NFs
    beat vans

    looks good mike, real good[​IMG]


    we're on the same wavelength bro. this fit will be mine one day.

    The thing is blue is kind of the boring-est color, period. LEC has a lot of overdyes athat have pretty cool colors..

    I've realized that LEC fits me like shit. Slim enough through the torso but way too long and the sleeves are like tents. I'm having my light red ocbd hemmed so that I can wear it with the sleeves rolled, but it looks pretty bad otherwise. I've found that LE mainline kids shirts fit me better, but they need darts. Got a blue one, need to pick up a white.
     


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    yeah the windbreaker is old and does fit weird. new ss outerwear is on the "want" list.

    shoes are dirty vans. really wish I had brought my boots home for spring break, weather has been terrible this week.

    why does this shirt get so much hate? Does the plaid just look bad?

    the problem with me looking square is that...I am square. I don't have a huge drop because my upper body isn't that muscular. but
    I'm a cyclist so I'm not really interested in getting a jacked upper body. I don't think scott has much drop either (could be wrong) and no one generally hates on him for being squareish.


    [​IMG]
     


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    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    [​IMG]
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    I roll with my white/black striped BoO oxford most times but blue is clutch
     


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    UrbanComposition, how tall are you? The 42 on that jacket came as a bit of a surprise, as I thought you were more in the 5'10 5'11 range. Anyway, good fit, but yeah, you could do better with the jeans. Something like LVC 47s or 66s, RRL low straights or something Flathead would be good.

    The jacket is crazy slim. I'm normally a 38 or 40. Alas, I'm a squat 5'9" [​IMG]

    Thanks for the recommendations; I'm a bit of a jean n00b.
     


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    late to the party but scott looks great, love the NB here (but y'all already knew that)

    oh and I'll take a blue OCBD over white any day

    don't understimate grey either, I have a few but I have this one steven alan one that is like a brushed cotton/flannel and it might be the most versatile piece in my warddrobe for 3 seasons of the year
     


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    Cool The Kid Senior member

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    Hahaha best ctk post ever.
    Sorry to ruin the joke, I'm guessing people took this as a swipe at scott's height? I was asking in 100% seriousness. If it was laughter at the expense of my obliviousness n/m, carry on
     


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    scott.m you're a fuck head (0)

    didn't even see this because you're on ignore, you're god damn right I am.
     


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    oh and I'll take a blue OCBD over white any day

    don't understimate grey either, I have a few but I have this one steven alan one that is like a brushed cotton/flannel and it might be the most versatile piece in my warddrobe for 3 seasons of the year


    +1 to both
    my blue ocbd and grey club collar get by far the most use of the shirts in my closet.
     


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    i need a good light grey ocbd. any recs? i have an awesome WvG dark grey one that i've been wearing al ot
     


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    Sorry to ruin the joke, I'm guessing people took this as a swipe at scott's height? I was asking in 100% seriousness. If it was laughter at the expense of my obliviousness n/m, carry on
    This actually makes it way funnier.
     


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    i need a good light grey ocbd. any recs? i have an awesome WvG dark grey one that i've been wearing al ot
    If you were a tiny bit bigger I'd suggest to you the Ervell club collar I have in storage from before they started selling the damn things on Gilt for 100 bucks.
     


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