The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    I actually like the bag. Could definitely lose the bow. Overall, do want

    +1. Other than the bow which is a bit much (but can understand wanting to do it on occasion), all the pieces of the outfit look good and cute overall. Dunno how people can complain. If it looks good, it looks good.
     
  2. kiya

    kiya Brand Representative Affiliate Vendor

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    Harajuku.

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  3. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Am I the only one who think it looks really try-hard/contrived?

    No. It would be much less so without the bandanna pocket square.

    You look so much older out of the bathroom (in a good way)

    Funny, I said the exact same thing to him as we were leaving the men's room together at the restaurant. [​IMG]
     
  4. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    MoK do you have kids? you gotta be the coolest dad ever


    [​IMG] Step kids, but they're grown up so are passed the embarrassed to be seen with stage (well i think they are [​IMG] ).


    hi boys, how i've missed you all!
    i lost my pw to the my first acct, but now back again [​IMG]

    going outttt tonight! (be brutal.. that's why i'm here)

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    I'm guessing you're going for a late 80's retro vibe. If you are you've succeeded, if you weren't sorry [​IMG] I'm not keen on the bow but it sort of works with the rest.


    -really like this, I am not usually a fan of cropped pants, but they work here IMO.


    Cheers. I think if the pants were about an inch and half longer it would work reasonably well. they're just that bit too short I think.

    girlfriend thought it was funny that i take pictures of myself to post on the internet for other guys to look at so she wanted to have one of her, haha [​IMG]

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    knit is the same as last pic, shirt is purple but i guess you can't tell.

    If you're feeling brave suggest she swaps the bright pink for white or light grey.

    A fit for the summer. Bought a bunch of summer pieces this week. Pants are from Berlin, really loved them the moment I saw them, interesting cut, and they're really comfy, plus I like the mustardy colour (instead of the traditional khaki).

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    Not sure about the cut (would need to see the ankles) but i like the colour.
    Winter sunny Sunday, as only Sydney can deliver..
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    Cawfee in the park with a MeerCat
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    Have a good week end all..
    Nice coat & meercat.
    Harajuku.

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    I like this - simple but a nice fit on everything.
     
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    slack tide Senior member

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    A fit for the summer. Bought a bunch of summer pieces this week. Pants are from Berlin, really loved them the moment I saw them, interesting cut, and they're really comfy, plus I like the mustardy colour (instead of the traditional khaki).

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    Do you get young Kevin Bacon references a lot?!
     
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    slack tide Senior member

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    Had to get a little dressy yesterday...

    (cardigan hasn't gotten much love in past fits but I think it actually looks better opened up and not buttoned, so gave it another chance..)

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    toothsomesound Senior member

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    PG with meercat in the park is epic! lol [​IMG] also thatgirl is cute as fuck, most of you assholes have probably never gotten with a girl that cute/well-dressed...get off her nuts.
     
  8. Jabonator

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    Do you get young Kevin Bacon references a lot?!

    Never, but I understand where you're coming from. I rarely get any references to be honest, and if I do, it's mostly to people with similar glasses. I guess that kinda restrains it.

    Good look on you, kinda has an Italian feel to it.

    And MoK, the ankle is ribbed (google translator said that's the word, elastic band, really funny look. Will probably try to post a better pic later).
     
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    this place baffles me. this dude gets called try hard for the bandana pocket square, which looks fucking good and natural and completely works with the vibe of the fit, while lane fits are now pretty much met with universal approval [​IMG]
     
  10. ManofKent

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    And MoK, the ankle is ribbed (google translator said that's the word, elastic band, really funny look. Will probably try to post a better pic later).


    Sounds good and makes sense of the way they stack.
     
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    ManofKent Senior member

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    Had to get a little dressy yesterday...

    (cardigan hasn't gotten much love in past fits but I think it actually looks better opened up and not buttoned, so gave it another chance..)


    I like the cardigan pockets, but I'm not sure about the shoulders.
     
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    Had to get a little dressy yesterday...
    (cardigan hasn't gotten much love in past fits but I think it actually looks better opened up and not buttoned, so gave it another chance..)

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    I think this works well. Just two nitpicks (that are extremely MC influenced):

    1) Iron the shirt, especially the collar.
    2) Work on your tie knots. I know that slim ties are harder to tie with a good knot and dimple, but your look would be greatly improved with a tighter knot.

    Good to see that you're getting the ladies on board with your hobbies. As my wife says to me, "well, it's better than football."
     
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    I think this works well. Just two nitpicks (that are extremely MC influenced):

    1) Iron the shirt, especially the collar.
    2) Work on your tie knots. I know that slim ties are harder to tie with a good knot and dimple, but your look would be greatly improved with a tighter knot.

    Good to see that you're getting the ladies on board with your hobbies. As my wife says to me, "well, it's better than football."


    Thanks for the feedback!

    The shirt definitely needed a pressing. It's a poplin/oxford mashup and the poplin portion is really susceptible to wrinkling. And you're right, and agreed the tie needs a bit of tightening after looking at the photos. Tho, correct -- the thinner ones are tough to get a solid knot on (I can't get a dimple on a slim tie to save my life..) Also, I'm kind of an admitted tie novice....

    re; gettin' the lady on board, haha. She LOVES Style Forum. In fact, I accuse her of looking at it more than me....:::walk in the room.....:::laptop slams shut:::: [​IMG]

    Thanks again for your feedback..



    MoK & Jab - Thank you both as well for the comments - always appreciated!
     
  14. tween_spirit

    tween_spirit Senior member

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    Thanks for the feedback!

    The shirt definitely needed a pressing. It's a poplin/oxford mashup and the poplin portion is really susceptible to wrinkling. And you're right, and agreed the tie needs a bit of tightening after looking at the photos. Tho, correct -- the thinner ones are tough to get a solid knot on (I can't get a dimple on a slim tie to save my life..) Also, I'm kind of an admitted tie novice....

    re; gettin' the lady on board, haha. She LOVES Style Forum. In fact, I accuse her of looking at it more than me....:::walk in the room.....:::laptop slams shut:::: [​IMG]

    Thanks again for your feedback..



    MoK & Jab - Thank you both as well for the comments - always appreciated!



    ohhh so THAT'S why your account is always PMing me for more pics
     
  15. slack tide

    slack tide Senior member

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    ohhh so THAT'S why your account is always PMing me for more pics

    lol!! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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