The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Brinbro

    Brinbro Senior member

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    Funkdoobi, listen to this guy's advice and maybe, some day, you'll also be able to enroll in community college!
     


  2. shibbel

    shibbel Senior member

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    If you want to wear a ponytail, trench coat, and chuck taylors you better be Japanese and have a body fat percentage under 8%.

    I bet you're a hell of a dungeonmaster though.


    Have to disagree, the look is definitely better suited for Shadowrun.
     


  3. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    Styleforum is also great because it gives people the chance to self identify as ignorant morons whose brains have been curdled by mommy and daddy's $$.

    note: if comment was tongue in cheek, my bad (but if not--fuck you for real).
    also: nothing wrong with being rich and spending parent's cash obviously--know many awesome people who live this kind of life. none of them look down on ppl for being "lower class" though.


    guilty [​IMG]
     


  4. J_H_D

    J_H_D Active Member

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    Was tongue in cheek...I even own some J Crew. [​IMG]



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    gotcha. my bad man. can be hard to tell on interwebs. must learn to control indignant reactions. also--you dress well.
     


  5. Makeshift_Robot

    Makeshift_Robot Senior member

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    If you want to wear a ponytail, trench coat, and chuck taylors you better be Japanese and have a body fat percentage under 8%.
    This part is on point though. The ponytail and white crewneck undershirt are not doing you any favors in the "avoiding looking like a member of the Comp Sci department" department.
     


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    If you want to wear a ponytail, trench coat, and chuck taylors you better be Japanese and have a body fat percentage under 8%.

    I bet you're a hell of a dungeonmaster though.


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    thanks man, always appreciate the feedback of random pieces of shit [​IMG]

    He's not totally off the mark. Based on how you look I'd guess that you have no educational background in marketing and that you're taking taking your artistic/technical skills and trying to adapt them to a business environment. It's not necessarily a bad image to have but if you want to be taken more seriously wear a suit.

    gotcha. my bad man. can be hard to tell on interwebs. must learn to control indignant reactions. also--you dress well.

    lol no worries. And thanks.
     


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    bows1 Senior member

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    /workwear joke

    Yup. Everything that is hot in workwear I grew up around, except it wasn't worn by people on a clothing forum, but more by ignorant redneck racists who drove their tractors to high school.
     


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    He's not totally off the mark. Based on how you look I'd guess that you have no educational background in marketing and that you're taking taking your artistic/technical skills and trying to adapt them to a business environment. It's not necessarily a bad image to have but if you want to be taken more seriously wear a suit.



    lol no worries. And thanks.


    Sorry but wearing a suit in most modern creative departments would be ridiculous. Sadly, it's not like madmen. As much as I like 3 martini lunches and burning through secretaries...
     


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    I think funkdoobi would look okay if he lost the goatee. Ponytail is a bit questionable but it doesn't look like a crash n' burn to me. At least it's a hairstyle. Trench would probably be better with boots or more substantial shoes.

    The guys I know in advertising wear hoodies and ball caps to work.
     


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    bows, you look mean dude. in a good way.

    iffy about the pants, but the rest is solid.
     


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    I think funkdoobi would look okay if he lost the goatee. Ponytail is a bit questionable but it doesn't look like a crash n' burn to me. At least it's a hairstyle. Trench would probably be better with boots or more substantial shoes.

    The guys I know in advertising wear hoodies and ball caps to work.


    Ad / marketing guys usually dress like they're still in college to prove they work for a cool, and you know, web 3.0, bro company.
     


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    He's not totally off the mark. Based on how you look I'd guess that you have no educational background in marketing and that you're taking taking your artistic/technical skills and trying to adapt them to a business environment. It's not necessarily a bad image to have but if you want to be taken more seriously wear a suit.

    correct, no background in marketing. that's because i'm a graphic designer. that works in a casual work attire studio. thanks for trying, though.
     


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    Bows has best SF transformation.

    Gap is widening between him and 2nd place.

    Baller hair is definitely helping.
     


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