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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. nicelynice

    nicelynice Senior member

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    Those beat-up NDCs look great
     
  2. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    I pulled down my pants a bit after the pic haha. no hendrix.

    don't want to derail waywt again but I started sagging my jeans a bit after reading that hendrix saga.
     
  3. hendrix

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    fail whitebalancing
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    I pulled down my pants a bit after the pic haha. no hendrix.


    nice fit man. Not sure about the crazy glasses though!
    don't want to derail waywt again but I started sagging my jeans a bit after reading that hendrix saga.

    The saga continues...

    Actually i pulled down my jeans a bit today too:
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    not sure if i can pull off the stacking.
     
  4. XenoX101

    XenoX101 Senior member

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    Your shirt has a dimple.

    Oh and jesus dude get some sleep.
     
  5. Nouveau Pauvre

    Nouveau Pauvre Senior member

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    Sleep Is For The Weak (0).
     
  6. connor

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    I<3Bacon that looks great
     
  7. JKISSI

    JKISSI Senior member

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    Great fits lately by a lot of individuals -

    Bacon,fuji, c00kz,Vashin , the usuals

    [​IMG]

    rugby
    uniqlo
    tm
    Bostonian

    se update on saddle shoe
     
  8. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    Not sure why, but I kind of dig the bottom button. It's not like it needs to be said anymore, but great fit dude.
     
  9. rvergeront

    rvergeront Member

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    Great fits lately by a lot of individuals -

    Bacon,fuji, c00kz,Vashin , the usuals

    [​IMG]

    rugby
    uniqlo
    tm
    Bostonian

    se update on saddle shoe


    nice look.
     
  10. oneblood

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    Great fits lately by a lot of individuals - Bacon,fuji, c00kz,Vashin , the usuals [​IMG] rugby uniqlo tm Bostonian se update on saddle shoe
    Goddamn man. This is nice but those pants could use an iron.
     
  11. Superb0bo

    Superb0bo Senior member

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    Its a nice look (like the saddles!), but both jacket and shirt has too short sleeves. im not sure if its an intentionally "shrunken" look though?
     
  12. JKISSI

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    Thanks guys

    Yeah the material falls different on the trousers so it appears to be wrinkled a tad bit too much. Just noticed the little akwardness in the right half pic ahhh lol what is done is done though.
     
  13. XenoX101

    XenoX101 Senior member

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    Great fits lately by a lot of individuals -

    Bacon,fuji, c00kz,Vashin , the usuals

    [​IMG]

    rugby
    uniqlo
    tm
    Bostonian

    se update on saddle shoe


    Ahhh I want to like this, but the jacket seems a bit too tight - almost uncomfortable. I would've probably gone with a different shirt as well, as to me the tucked fully buttoned light blue OCBD speaks 'office attire' more than 'casual summer shirt', maybe a different colour and an untucking/unbuttoning would help. I think it really comes down to the jacket being a hard piece to work with though, it doesn't look like it'll go with much.
     
  14. jarude

    jarude Senior member

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    I kept wondering when I would see a madras jacket pulled off without looking completely retarded, and here it is; props
     
  15. AR_Six

    AR_Six Senior member

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    Jkissi looks awesome, jacket looks better open though.
     
  16. brad-t

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    jacket is wayy too small
     
  17. JKISSI

    JKISSI Senior member

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    Thanks fellas - Uncontrol - I don't think the jacket is wayy too small at all , maybe the angle is giving off that effect but the sleeves from my oxford would pretty much fall through under - then again preferences. From the picture of the jacket opened you can tell the jacket gives some space. Jarude - I agree no easy task to take on lol
     
  18. KitAkira

    KitAkira Senior member

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    It is pulling in the buttoned-up picture, but you do pull it off better than most (swagger?). Can't say I approve of the shoes though
     
  19. Asch

    Asch Senior member

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    You pull off the pattern of the jacket well, which is amazing in itself, but I agree that it needs to be left open.
     
  20. JKISSI

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    Thanks

    It seems like madras is a very dangerous fabric lol that I like to wear apparently.

    KitAkira - Yeah I was in motion in that particular picture
     
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