The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    I think sewn creases were like ... 1975. Are they back?

    No idea...I've been snapping up Mabitex lately as they're always interesting and relatively cheap on B&S. As long as the rise is above, say, nine inches, I find they play rather well in the IRL. [​IMG]

    Will have to investigate *sewn creases*. (Thanks for pointing out the name, btw).
     


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    ridiculous pants require ridiculous facial expression

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    nicelynice Senior member

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    Those pants are dope, that's the best fit I've seen from you

    You look good without the glasses too
     


  4. GraphicNovelty

    GraphicNovelty Senior member

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    you need to turn the rest of the outfit up a notch IMO. WASP it up harder yo.

    on a purely formalistic level, the shoes are too close without matching to the red in the pants and kind of look bad.

    Regardless, those pants are sick.
     


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    steviecakes Senior member

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    SVB looks good w/o the specs. Could prob sport a 5 o'clock shadow pretty well if he wanted to also
     


  6. Bam!ChairDance

    Bam!ChairDance Senior member

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    SVB that outfit demands white shoes or spectators. Dig it, but for some reason, brown shoes don't seem to work???
     


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    Before anyone mentions it, it's pretty much impossible to get the hem to stay over the tongue.
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    soooooo sick
     


  8. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    SVB that outfit demands white shoes or spectators. Dig it, but for some reason, brown shoes don't seem to work???

    Spectators? Are those wool pants? They look too fall/winter to me for white shoes or specs. Cordovan-toned (like, #8 cordo) might work better than the brown, which is kind of flat but not bad.

    ridiculous pants require ridiculous facial expression

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    +1 to nn. Best SvB formal-ish pic in awhile
     


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    aeglus Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Only thing I really don't like about the SVB fit this time is that the pattern really feels like a winter pattern. Overall I like it though it could use a different color of shoes I guess (with blazer looks much better as well).
     


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    Comfy outfit for a day spent in the library.

    [​IMG]

    It may be hard to tell, but the pants are actually navy, not black.
     


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    Cacatfish Senior member

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    Excellent SVB fit. Man that collar looks sooo much better than those spread collar fits of yours.
    Hate to say it but you should just chuck all those spread collar shirts. That goes for a lot of people too, not just you. It's a neat look but more often than not, doesnt work well.
     


  13. Nouveau Pauvre

    Nouveau Pauvre Senior member

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    Too fucking hot for fashion

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    hipster scumfuck taxpayer drain for life (0)
     


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    jwied82 Senior member

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    Anyone else tripped out by nn chatting with jwied?

    LOL!

    lol i always thought they had the same posture in all the photos, except nn is smiling and jwied is gonna kill you

    i'll try to smile in my pics sometime... i just always think that i end up looking goofy as hell whenever i smile in pictures. But im not really a mean/angry/depressed person at all (though i am admittedly a bit of an introvert)

    i've scrolled by his fits before and been like "i don't remember posting that..." until I read the username

    haha. Im sure other people on here have done that anyway, confused us when scrolling through.

    and I love that jacket from your last fit! The rick stooges has serioiusly been on the top of my wish list of leather jackets for a while now.

    ^^ very nice @jwied82

    Really like that tank.

    thanks.


    anyway:

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    nsf
    apc
    lang

    and the picture makes me notice that i really need to shave
     


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    snowmanxl Senior member

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    damn thats some genuine wear on those apc's[​IMG]
     


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