The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. asobu

    asobu Senior member

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    ^+1

    sleeves are perfect
     
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    R_six, how tall are you?

    Snowman for what it's worth I think the jacket looks fine. I like the asymmetrical look. Any chance we could get a close up of the boots?
     
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    Alright I thought this would be easy, but damn after probably 20 completely failed picture attempts, I realize how much better everything I've seen here must look in person.... Anyway here's my beginning attempts, I have a long way to go, HELP ME haha. It's harder than hell for me to find anything that fits(always too tight in chest and too blocky around torso, I look fat in pics but I have an athletic build). I'm pretty sure this shirt needs trimmed as well.... Oh... 7 diamonds shirt, 501s(grey but apparently no in the picture), Cigar featherstone RW Beckmans
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    Hot Dog Day #49 Senior member

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    ehhh do something with you hair that isn't that
     
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    ehhh do something with you hair that isn't that

    Yeah, looks like shit in the pic(this taking pictures thing is fucking hard [​IMG] ), it's ummm more balanced at different angles, but yeah I agree I'm overdue for a trim....
     
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    yo Regal that Gibson with P-90's is approved
     
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    yo Regal that Gibson with P-90's is approved
    Hell yeah! Love that thing... I'm a strat guy mostly but it's the newest addition to a rather large and growing family! Thanks man! ... pictures are crazy, it looks like a mini guitar haha...
     
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    sleeves are perfect

    Sleeves are a bit long, but that is, what, $40 in tailoring? Getting rid of late 90s/early 00s Lang items is just a bad bad idea. Don't.
     
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    expensive gap

    I like the simplicity of this fit. Very nice.
     
  13. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    bottom half is ace, don't like the layered tees tho

    waffle is pretty outstanding
     
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    Really nicely pulled off @ waffle. What is the shirt?
     
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    jd, don't like the shirt color but i know you love those muddled colors

    dl expensive gap

    waffle needs smaller hem

    snowman looks like a snowman
     
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