The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    Obligatory comment about saving money and burning them. Or would they be more likely to melt?
    95% cotton, 5% polyurethane. who knows? they're part of a suit actually. i have the matching jacket [​IMG]
     


  2. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    man, it is difficult for me to wear a shirt under a sweater. Well, actually, it's pretty difficult for me to wear a shirt in general. I've taken to wearing shit mostly unbuttoned over a vneck with jeans and boots to the office every day. It probably looks like shit.
     


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    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    95% cotton, 5% polyurethane. who knows?
    they're part of a suit actually. i have the matching jacket [​IMG]

    I will give the jacket the benefit of the doubt on the assumption that the sleeves aren't flared but the pants are just painfully awful.
    man, it is difficult for me to wear a shirt under a sweater. Well, actually, it's pretty difficult for me to wear a shirt in general. I've taken to wearing shit mostly unbuttoned over a vneck with jeans and boots to the office every day. It probably looks like shit.
    What sweaters do you own that you would do this with though? I wear shirts under knits all the time but it's mostly my sns cardis or ndg v-shawl-necks (the ndgs are pretty much the perfect neck configuration for any kind of collar).
     


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    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    First one of yours I didn't particularly like. Shirt seems to get wider below the chest down to the hem, which isn't super flattering. Jeans just look overly sagged instead of just low-slung. Plus you look like you're about to flip out on some guy to your immediate left in the first picture. Part of it might be the lack of outerwear, which tends to be spot-on in your pics.

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    Really like it.

    Feel like the flares swallow up the shoes, would have liked skinnier leg opening. And yes, I am aware I am being trolled.

    Yeah, exactly this. Fit would be awesome without the flares, which don't mesh with the slim profile of the (very small visible portion of) the shoe. If those slimmer Lees you had in some other picture fit over the shoes, it would all mesh.

    I say all of this at 1:45 AM while eating cereal before passing out, so, there's that.
     


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    i'm considering having the leg opening reduced a bit on these.

    I think you knew going in that this was not your best work. fwiw you have put up better pics with that fur jacket, something at a train stop maybe?
     


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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    I think you knew going in that this was not your best work

    these pants are treacherous, look awesome one moment and weird like that the next. sigh

    i wear this jacket a lot, i've posted several pics with it
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    I like the flares, if you're gonna do it then do it big. I'd probably shorten about a half inch.

    I actually liked this fit and the pants.

    Panster my boy.
     


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    [​IMG]

    tornado maaaaart

    Not liking this one. The jeans are the worst (throw those in a pile and burn them). They'll ruin everything you own.
     


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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    where2cop girl to take pics of me for the internet?
     


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    this looks good but I have to admit I find the freeze more impressive than the fit [​IMG] those pants look kinda uncomfortable to be breakdancing in [​IMG]

    also, I think someone before commented about how you never look the same in your pics...I totally agree
     


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    Uncontrol fit needs gunblade
     


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    That looks like a costume.
     


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    this looks good but I have to admit I find the freeze more impressive than the fit [​IMG] those pants look kinda uncomfortable to be breakdancing in [​IMG]

    also, I think someone before commented about how you never look the same in your pics...I totally agree

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    these are the only jeans I breakdance in now. 3% elastic works wonders [​IMG]
     


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