The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. tween_spirit

    tween_spirit Senior member

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    Engineered Garments
    Muji
    White Mountaineering
    Visvim


    well fuck me. where did you find the shorts in black/grey/white?
     
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    ^^looks good, what are the pants?

    Thank you. WWM olive ripstop field pants.

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    Epaulet
    H&M
    Stetson Shoe Co.


    Ready to whoop some litigious ass. Good look.

    ^Good stuff, kgm and SVB.

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    Thank you. Right back atcha.
     
  4. AR_Six

    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    The existence of the tie isn't so much an issue but it was tied a good inch too long.
     
  5. Reginald Bartholomew

    Reginald Bartholomew Senior member

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    Epaulet
    H&M
    Stetson Shoe Co.


    Next level Stanley Van Buren is pretty boss.
     
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    SVB: I like that a lot!
     
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    well fuck me. where did you find the shorts in black/grey/white?

    Haha, actually they are just the Navy/White pair. Might be the picture.
     
  8. ManofKent

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    Looks really good. Not a huge fan of hats like that, but that's more a matter of personal taste. I really like the choice of footwear.
    Cheers. shoes are just suede Loake Kemptons.

    Nice fit, MoK!

    Thanks.

    Much better, MoK. I like "tough" clothes better on you than the very colourful stuff with stripes and things. [​IMG]

    Cheers. I like Breton tops but don't seem to be able to wear them well. A while back someone mentioned they look juvenile, but Cary grant, Picasso etc. pulled them off (not that I've got their steeze [​IMG] ) . I'll keep experimenting.
    MoK nice all around. The hat works here. I like the trousers alot.
    Thanks - just Levi 511's - seem to fit me pretty well.
    +1

    Plus, you gotta love the Cobra Commander colorway... [​IMG]


    [​IMG] So you're saying I have all the style of a plastic action figure? [​IMG]
    Mano: Great fit, although I wouldn't add the hat, but thats just my style. Probably because I can't pull them off [​IMG]
    Thanks - I'm not sure I can, but I like hats and they add interest to a look if not success [​IMG]
    i like mok sunday stroll. I need to get out of the city.


    Cheers. I'm lucky to have this just a few minutes from the back door - it makes the commute to work worthwhile.
    I thought the hat really set off that summer lounge look... although on the opposite spectrum I love wearing hats of different sorts.
    Thanks.
    On all three of these, I love everything but the hat. Really superb otherwise, all three.

    Thanks. Hats do seem to be a love or loath thing.
     
  9. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    white perfect shape cargos sized up 2.
    Wish I'd sized up when I bought mine - they're seriously ball hugging TTS.

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    Great shirt, and you've reminded me I bought a pair of pants a similar shade to those shorts last summer and must have them somewhere in the house...
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    vintage tie (narrowed from original size)
    costume national
    buckler
    cp

    Cap look great. I'd just shorten the tie an inch or two but that's being picky.


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    impolyt_one, willy cheesesteak, and BEAR JEW.

    Lombardi's
    with the above and impolyt_one's friend.
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    Thanks, Drew! [​IMG]

    Looking good guys.

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    Nice pants and great shirt.
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    Epaulet
    H&M
    Stetson Shoe Co.
    You've nailed this look.
    ^Good stuff, kgm and SVB.

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    Good - nice shirt.
     
  10. johnH123

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    ^Good stuff, kgm and SVB. [​IMG]
    Nice.
    [​IMG] Epaulet H&M Stetson Shoe Co.
    Nicer.
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    Nicest.
     
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    Cheers. I like Breton tops but don't seem to be able to wear them well. A while back someone mentioned they look juvenile, but Cary grant, Picasso etc. pulled them off (not that I've got their steeze [​IMG] ) . I'll keep experimenting.
    Maybe tone down the rest more? I think it also has to do with my impression that the items you wore were brand new; they need to 'sleaze up' a bit (is that English?). Anyway, I admire the way you experiment with your clothes, and the 'reach' you have: from CBD to SW&D.
     
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    sup shah, sup snow [​IMG]
     
  13. snowmanxl

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    please check best fits thread[​IMG] whats the scarf? glad the pants got there! 100 times better on you than me[​IMG] ive got some blk ones coming in too[​IMG]
     
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    May we kindly have details on the pieces?
     
  15. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    That shirt is seriously fantastic.

    Not sure about the necklace, but only because it's impossible to tell how it meshes when the head's cut off.

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    Wish I'd sized up when I bought mine - they're seriously ball hugging TTS.

    Great shirt, and you've reminded me I bought a pair of pants a similar shade to those shorts last summer and must have them somewhere in the house...
    Cap look great.
    I'd just shorten the tie an inch or two but that's being picky.
    Looking good guys.


    Nice pants and great shirt.

    You've nailed this look.


    Good - nice shirt.
    I agree about the tie (and that it's way nitpicky on a really good fit [​IMG]), and this brings up something I've been meaning to ask since I joined the forum but keep forgetting:

    I'm used to seeing a tie break somewhere right around the pants line, but that's on more traditional trouser cuts with a higher rise than most people on this side of the forum wear. Is there any consensus on approximately where the tie should hit with low- or mid-rise pants?

    It always looks weird to me when there's white space between the point of the tie and the pants, but it's kind of overkill in terms of total tie length if the tip extends anywhere past the belt buckle.

    This is mainly a point of academic curiosity, since I've come to loathe wearing a tie myself.
     
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