Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
my guess also or some Japanese-Americana imports
He's gaming you bro
AR_Six, you look so much better in boots, those lanvins just make your, im guessing size 12 feet look even bigger
if you must wear sneakers, then wear less chunky ones or preferably monotone ones...
imo lanvin look better on ppl with smaller feet
fuji, really like that fit...you finally you dont look like a carrot
glad you finally burnt those nudies
notwithit, you have a great vag gap
kgmessier, best fit i've seen from you.
Really? The bottom half is great and all, but I think his crazy Epaulet shirts are way more interesting than the crew-neck he's wearing in this one. It's not a bad fit by any means, but I wouldn't say it's his best.
SO much better then your last one!
Thanks. What's better about it?
Everything looks better and everything flows pretty well. Its a very simple look. College zip-up hoodie, shirt, jeans, and DB. Everything fits and flows well.
Thanks, guys. Islander got it right.
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(hair's wet from the shower...that ain't no greasy kid's stuff)
I see what you mean. Thanks.
That's an awesome fit Kgmessier. One day I'll get the confidence to wear white pants
Here's my first ever effort in the WAYWT thread. Long time lurker of the forum. I used to go through this thread during my Geology lectures last semester lol (last seat in the back with a computer angled towards the wall FTW). Made an account last night and finally decided to post. Would love some criticism. I'm down with a baptism by fire so rip me apart if you feel the need to. Off to lunch with a friend (D.C. Restaurant week woooo!):
shirt is ugly, jeans are ugly and the dress shoes could be ok but totally inappropriate with the other stuff.
That's a little harsh. Shirt is a good length to wear untucked, but it looks a little blousey. Floral prints get a lot of love around here, but this one looks like it's veering of toward "grandma's curtains" territory (I'm sure others would disagree). Jeans look a little baggy, too.
Agreed that the dress shoes look out of context. They could work with a shirt along those lines if you wore different pants, but the larger leg opening and heavy double cuff add both extra volume and a casual vibe that would go better with boots or something more substantial like that.
Inappropriate how? Not debating your opinion just want a little more clarification. Are the shoes too formal for denim?
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