The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    No offence, but this is a bit Steve Urkel.
    My school has a mentally deranged rapist who looks/dresses just like that [​IMG] He's always walking like Mr. Burns, breathing through his mouth, with this window-licking grin on his face.
     
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    wj4 Senior member

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    My school has a mentally deranged rapist who looks/dresses just like that [​IMG]

    He's always walking like Mr. Burns, breathing through his mouth, with this window-licking grin on his face.

    Give him an American uppercut and chin-check that AZN!
     
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    fuji Senior member

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    It isn't anything I would wear, but I disagree. Your post sounds like someone who's got no appreciation for outfits that play with proportions and integrate individually basic pieces into an interesting outfit.

    His clothes fit like stuff my mum used to buy me from perry ellis when I was little, its not exactly exaggerated proportions or something interesting like yohji, its just baggy boring looking clothes. I don't see how the outfits even interesting its just fairly standard looking clothes that don't fit well.
     
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    Kodiak Senior member

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    That's that Geller bomber, huh? Did you get it from SuFu? I was thinking about picking it up, is why I ask
    Yeah, it is. I got it from a big sale long ago from that one store in NY thats blanking my mind...not Oak...whichever one scott.m does/did work at?
     
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    mellowfellow Senior member

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    timpoblete has been wearing EG since forever! looks great.
     
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    DLester Senior member

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    clothes are boring looking, frumpy, are big on him and make him look fat. Don't get the hype. Looks like he's been dressed by the internet.

    His clothes fit like stuff my mum used to buy me from perry ellis when I was little, its not exactly exaggerated proportions or something interesting like yohji, its just baggy boring looking clothes. I don't see how the outfits even interesting its just fairly standard looking clothes that don't fit well.

    I agree. Looks like an outfit for a 70 year old. I cant imagine wimmens tearing off their clothes over that fit. I have never gotten the EG thing, so I am biased.
     
  7. melonadejello

    melonadejello Senior member

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    vb trench arrived 10 minutes ago. probably too long since it hits mid calf but i'm loving everything else about it. gotta figure out a way to wear it without looking ridiculous [​IMG]

    [​IMG][​IMG]


    That coat is siiiiiiiick
    I shoulda grabbed it a long time ago [​IMG]
     
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    mellowfellow Senior member

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    i dont know, I always like styles that have a little bit of quirk.
     
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    Nosu3 Senior member

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    those shorts make the legs look rather short imo. when i was scrolling down i was expecting the legs to look something like the 2nd frame in the gif below. maybe either a shorter or longer pair would not have given off this impression?

    [​IMG]animation maker


    +1 a cuff or two should help
     
  10. Dr Huh?

    Dr Huh? Senior member

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    The thing is, I think this other fit by him looks better. I don't get the same vibe from this that I do the other outfit:

    [​IMG]
     
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    DLester Senior member

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    The rise on those EG pants gives me vertigo.
     
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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    bassmanpatsfan18 Senior member

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    Yeah, it is. I got it from a big sale long ago from that one store in NY thats blanking my mind...not Oak...whichever one scott.m does/did work at?

    Odin
     
  14. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    KVA/mmm/Balenciaga/pussy


    Those pants are awesome, but I can't decide if the jacket looks to track jacket-ish. I'm not quite sure about the intense contrast between the pants and shoes, although I like the shoes themselves.

    Couple cross-posts from the Show us how you roll in EG thread:

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    Ugh. Siding with the haters on the second one. The first one looks pretty decent, although the cuffs/roll are a little sloppy.

    [​IMG]


    Jacket quickly came off and sleeves rolled up though.


    I like it in general, but I think the rise is maybe a little low on the jeans for tucking.
     
  15. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Boxercise Toughguy

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] PS is a very light cream color, and the shirt is more yellow than it appears.
     
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