The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. tagutcow

    tagutcow Senior member

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    Seriously though that Otter fit has got me thinking of doing a cycle over spring to prep for summer. Not really but that dude is jacked.

    Throw this on the pile of "wise life decisions motivated by an otter post."

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    Super awkward pose.


    Well it's much better than your previous fits. Either hem or stack the jeans, the cuffs aren't working. I'm not sure about the sleeves and closed quarters on the jacket.

    Since he won't post this himself:

    http://lh5.ggpht.com/_RR5_NDSx8-w/S2...0/IMG_3462.jpg


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  2. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    [​IMG] looking good aeglus and jskiss. Though aeglus, i'd prob prefer less thick a cuff and maybe a half inch longer or a touch more tapered. Is that the uniqlo x oc vest?
    i'm not saying slim fitting jeans are the only ones that fit right. Whether a pant is baggy or slim, they can still fit. However, in the example I was referring to it seems as though they are too big, and by big i do not mean baggy, i mean they seem like they don't fit at the waist...
    just stop. I don't even care about arw's pants in the fit but still not getting what asobu was talking about. Hell, the apcs i'm wearing need a belt or they'll fall down pretty quick. Same with the CDG pants i wore in my last pic (actually like 2-3" too big on the waist). Can still look fine. Asobu knows his shit.
     


  3. Kent Money

    Kent Money Senior member

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    Eason, those jeans look a lot better. kudos.

    that coat is sick, jkissi

    Aeglus, I like the colors and the fit above the ankles looks really good if you ask me. Doesnt make you look stocky or whatever was said.
     


  4. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    Since he won't post this himself:

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    details on the varsity/shawl collar?


    Alex- really like this. what's the coat?

    Kissi- are those pants orange-ish IRL, they look an awful lot like my Sta-prests.
     


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    reprehensible Senior member

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    picture

    This and the last fit I like a lot, except I'm a little skeptical of the boots. Something about the shape of them seems off to me, in the context of the boot tuck and such.

    (One flaw of not listing brands: it leaves nothing to quote.)
     


  6. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    Last two Chronofits have been great. Almost Fuumaan in urban decadence, but without the haute-chic price tag. Also, those petit standards look great.
     


  7. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    Almost Fuumaan in urban decadence, but without the haute-chic price tag.

    lol. i have no idea what this means but thanks. Though, nothing i've ever posted is near the level of fuuma's outfits
     


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    Thanks for the good words guys

    Robbie they're like a copper color.
     


  9. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    hanging out, not doing crap loungewear+ the sweater was a buck 'steez'


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  10. otter

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    thats short term thinking...what about the following summer, another cycle

    when do you stop?

    i dont train to look good in summer, its lifestyle choice

    i only train 2-3 tomes a week at very high intensity and eat clean all year round a (6 small meals a day)

    assuming you train hard, imo diet is everything

    i am basically training to improve my symmetry and proportions, as i looked too much like a bodybuilder before, whereas as an athletic physique is more aesthetically pleasing and makes wearing clothes a lot less difficult
     


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    I thought this turned out well:

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    FP/N&F/RMW
     


  12. Kent Money

    Kent Money Senior member

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    it always seems like you got some knee-buckle going on.
     


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    Yeah, I need to start buying my pants true to size. These N&F aren't too bad, but they are not perfect.
     


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    otter Senior member

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    wasnt a fan of your previous fits as they were too sloppy and hipster for my liking

    i agree with the others, i really like your last 2 fits
     


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