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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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    Yes collegiate jacket is nice, the sleeve is a bit long on me. Red hat will go when it's warmer.
     
  2. NameBack

    NameBack Senior member

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    It's teh ghey. I'm not talking about the cockgobbling way either.

    Not really, unless you're referring to, like, the stereotype of rose from mid '70s, sweet Californian "blush" wines.

    There are plenty of very dry, good roses out there. And also bias against sweet wines a priori is sort of dumb. It's not terribly hard to find good Riesling.
     
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    was joke, I agree with you and also like riesling [​IMG]
     
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    berlin report Senior member

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    Berlin, nice to see you! Looks good, nice silhuette on the jeans, great colors.
    Thanks Bobo! You haven't posted a fit in ages.
    Yes collegiate jacket is nice, the sleeve is a bit long on me. Red hat will go when it's warmer.
    I like the red. It, well, caps off the fit nicely IMO.
     
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    NameBack Senior member

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    was joke, I agree with you and also like riesling [​IMG]

    ah, well in that case I suppose I've used up my internet pedant allotment for the month [​IMG]
     
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    Just the normal stuff...[​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Quick fit pic of the "Bush" Pants,
    good fit on the pants!
     
  7. mellowfellow

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    Thanks Bobo! You haven't posted a fit in ages.

    I like the red. It, well, caps off the fit nicely IMO.


    Thanks Berlin! [​IMG]
     
  8. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    notwitit, you wanted some layering options for underneath?...silent is pretty good for gilt prices lol. some of there new f/w 2011 stuff will have asymmetrical hems iirc.

    Rad, thank! I'll keep an eye out. Silent's gotta be on a 30 to 45-day cycle on Gilt, so hopefully something will come up before long. [​IMG]

    Were these for me? I know the jeans gets no love, but I like the change up now and again. I have slimmer jeans and darker denim and tons of other OCBDs, just not what I happened to be wearing on this day.

    I know the baggier washed jeans aren't everyone's taste though [​IMG]


    Yeah, that was for you. Seriously, though, outside of the bolded part, great fit.

    Just the normal stuff...[​IMG]

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    Are you seriously wearing the button that comes with that thing? [​IMG]
     
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    slack tide Senior member

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    Are you seriously wearing the button that comes with that thing? [​IMG]

    Yep..the sun is kind of hitting it and making it prominent but it's really not all that crazy or hideous looking. Just a little silver pin. I'm going to take it off though. Just kept it on for the first time wearing it..
     
  10. RegisDB9

    RegisDB9 Rico Suave

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    "good fit on the pants!"

    Good looking out on the fit details. I have to get one in Navy now. Great pants for summer, very lightweight
     
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    noob in 89 Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    alternates, deets...
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    zegna
    massimo dutti
    vtg DM

    what's up, internets?


    [​IMG]
     
  12. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    Saturday.

    All stuff I've worn before, thrown together slightly differently. Last time I wore these pants there was an obvious crotch issue, I think wearing them at a better height and with different underwear the problem's been reduced (surgery wasn't an option) to the point that they're wearable in polite company.

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    Heritage Research
    Saint James
    Uniqlo
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    2 thumbs up

    BR- solid as always.
     
  13. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Yep..the sun is kind of hitting it and making it prominent but it's really not all that crazy or hideous looking. Just a little silver pin. I'm going to take it off though. Just kept it on for the first time wearing it..

    Got it.

    Also, not to come across as a hyper-critical asshole*, but are those sweatpants? So your outfit could basically be summed up as "sweatshirt, henley, sweatpants, white sneakers"? Add thirty years and thirty pounds of fat, and you're rocking the conceptual equivalent of what my neighbors - my loud, crass, xenophobic**, South Philly Italian neighbors - wear on a daily basis.***

    I'm not saying that W+H and CP aren't worlds apart from Russel Athletics and Reebok, but categorically speaking, it's just not streetwear; it's lounge-wear, athletic-wear, or "50-something bearded fat guy drinking a Bud Lite yelling at the TV during the Phillies game"-wear.****

    All this stuff is nice, but as an ensemble, I wouldn't even wear it to the drug store, much less to a restaurant, bar, concert venue, whatever.

    *I'm not saying that I'm not, just that I don't want to come across that way.
    **Which is kind of ironic, if you think about it.
    ***Ok, maybe not so much the henley.
    ****This is, obviously, just a matter of opinion.
     
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    ^this doesn't mean much. it's overly reductionistic to take an outfit and call it out by "garment category" and then write it off as too similar to something that doesn't have to do with design.

    edit: that being said I'm not usually a fan of slacktide's schtick, think he would benefit from a little more structure and a little less hoodie and sweats etc
     
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    jet Persian Bro

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    mellow, berlin, tank = awesome
     
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