The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. malakas

    malakas Senior member

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    i was considering getting my leather guy to make the jacket, but i went for the jutneck instead
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    here is a great pic of the jacket
     
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    Lane Senior member

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    you could have made the same thing with the back cut at a non-gothic looking way.
     
  3. malakas

    malakas Senior member

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    its the intricate stitching on either side of the front zipper that concerned me, plus the unique way the zipper looks

    imo, a difficult, but not impossible jacket to replicate
     
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    impolyt_one Senior member

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    you're probably right on the second part, and wrong on the first. The stitching wouldn't be that hard, the skew of the zipper is a product of the wash they use though, and if you're into one style of wash, other styles may not do it for you.
     
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    snake Senior member

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    Whoa, who made that shirt? Remember seeing it somewhere but forgot.
     
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    StanleyVanBuren Thumb Raider

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    Haha, this is kind of awesome, actually.
     
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    sipang Senior member

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    Simply fantastic.
     
  11. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    Kane, right? Shit is fantastic
     
  12. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Yeah, dunno how to take that one. Maybe a little much from my (boring) perspective.

    Here's a boring fit.

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    Apropos of nothing, if someone sees the white version of these shoes (canvas chuck-a-likes with a side zip) at their local H&M in a size 45, lemme know if you'll proxy. Dumb for such a cheap pair of shoes, I know, but I kinda like 'em.
     
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    noob in 89 Senior member

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    That looks good -- but only because you have the perfect body.


    :foo:
     
  14. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    It's this stuff: http://www.sallybeauty.com/Proclaim-Beeswax/SBS-631095,default,pd.html

    Only 2.99 for a unit! I'm sure the other brands will work just as well too, though. The stuff is amazing, and worth a shot considering how cheap it is. BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

    Also, lots of great fits in these past pages. Robbie's and Flying Lotus' have been very very good

    Edit: Just found out the product may be made for black women with coarse hair... meh :foo:
     
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  15. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    :laugh: It's atrophying a little more every day since I effed up my back in July. At least it's good enough that I can start running again and keep from turning into too much of a tub o' lard. :confused:

    Rad, thanks. I'll give that or one of the other ones a shot. I've been using Gatsby, but I haven't really liked the results, and I can hardly stand the fruity smell.
     
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