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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Tharsos

    Tharsos Active Member

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    You pointed out basically everything I was worried about with the hoody.

    My waist is 37" at its smallest point and these are sz 34 and I still have some room in the waist (not really sure how that works out, maybe due to back thickness?). The fabric is flush against my thighs without feeling squeezed like my bjxnf, which were about the same if not a bit looser in the waist out of the box.

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    I've read the threads on muscular builds and jeans, but I'm assuming a relaxed fit jean or one designed to have more room in the thighs would look even baggier.
     
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  2. clark kent

    clark kent Senior member

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    if youre alright with wearing them with a belt and them fitting a bit baggier, then i wouldnt worry at all. they don't look bad imo, just a bit different than what we usually see on this forum. most of us prefer a slimmer fit.
     
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  3. Fischschleim PhD.

    Fischschleim PhD. Active Member

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    This is my first image uploaded onto here!

    I am:
    19 years old
    5'6" 125lbs
    Looking for any kind of constructive criticism
    Trying to dress for my short body type
    Wondering most what you think about my new boots

    I am wearing:
    Pinstripe shirt by Express XS
    Levis 511 Rigid
    Doc Martens
    Timex

    Definitely not the most expensive or even nice stuff here, but I'm sort of a newbie compared to most of you all here. I've got a parted hair style, longer on the top. I'm looking to go to an H&M and Zara this week for more outfits. And on the fit of my shirt- How do you think an H&M size small should fit me? I know you probably don't like Express, and I know you would probably recommend getting clothes tailored, but I'm really looking for less expensive but stylish pieces, with a student's budget...

    Thank you for feedback.

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  4. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    tongue tuck looks terribly contrived bruh.

    edit @ tharsos
     
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  5. Psydelik

    Psydelik Senior member

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    Duude, thats the kind of denim shirt i've been looking for. Who makes it?
     


  6. aether

    aether Senior member

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    like I had said, in retrospect I would have worn a different shoe. Yes, I am a size 12 and those are my shoes that I typically use with tight jeans so that my feat don't appear comically large (theyre CoNs)

    I would have worn my Bally Steper's instead. best shoe ever

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    blazer is H&M
     


  7. hendrix

    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    reverse seams look weird on those
     


  8. aeglus

    aeglus Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    uniqlo from a couple years ago; the one for this year sucks
     


  9. Fluery

    Fluery Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    Aeglus, you have some seriously cool hair man! What's the secret?

    SVB's latest few fits are also really good - much better from when I first saw him posting pictures.
     


  10. Krish the Fish

    Krish the Fish Senior member

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    +10. SvB has been putting out some fantastic fits recently. bravo sir.
     
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  11. indesertum

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    I don't see a tongue tuck. Fit looks decent. Hnm slim fit shirts are pretty decent. Plastic buttons and double needle stitching but they fit well for otr.

    Get new better glasses. There's a brand whose name escapes me that sells pairs online. You choose three, try them on, and ship two back and they pay for shipping. They look pretty nice, is cheap and sort of feels it. Plastic and not zyl. If somebody could chime in with the name. I think its Henry something
     
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  12. gettoasty

    gettoasty Senior member

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    Same with you Fluery
     


  13. RegisDB9

    RegisDB9 Rico Suave

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    Niiiice fit Fluery, I looked all over the place for that boot color, had to settle with "mud", damn

    Whats the shirt btw?
     


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    Theres a diff between college and university and i donnno wtf locs are lol
     


  15. clark kent

    clark kent Senior member

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    www.warbyparker.com
     


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