The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. il ciclista

    il ciclista Senior member

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    not as offensive..not sure what warrants it to cost so much as it doesn't look like it has a lot of details or anything. However I'd stick with thicker fabrics like others said.
     


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    aether Senior member

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    I think the biggest problem here is that you're spending that much penny on some polos. You'd look just as good in something that costs no more than $10.
     


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    miran, just some simple suggestion. The polo it self is not too bad for the navy color. But I think it does not fit you well. and the design is :bored:

    The problem is fabric, the fabric does not fit you. Polo Ralph Lauren Mesh polo classic fit will fit you well.

    For the 2nd polo you posted I think you should avoid. Because the horizontal stripe, will make your upper body looks "wider", which is what you want to avoid.
     


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    I hate the default avatars of new register users, make me think of everyone has nice shoes and a nice camera. :devil:
     
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    This is funny. Keep going. :)
     
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    Do you even know how to spend money right?
     


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    BreezyBirch Senior member

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    kent why you always have to wear such sleek shoes? looks so weird with those super flat skinny shoes - throws off your proportions. it's not like you have tiny feet, either, right? get rid of all your opening ceremony type fitting shoes!
     


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    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    Thanks guys - nn, I've been wearing the same pants with vans and rick dunks all summer long. They actually look better with low-top shoes; the shape of the pants is seriously awesome, and they are really, really comfortable
     


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    simple, blazer, shirt, jeans, boots. Also the mirrors dirty, not my face [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    sq4you Mid-level baller

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    looking good marki. a nice break from the plethora of jcrew and big & tall noobs.
     


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    I sold all my opening ceremony shoes, actually.

    I wear size 11 or 12, depending on the make (and how much pain I want to deal with :rolleyes:). So, that in combination with a small hem opening is a recipe for looking like I got paddle feet. Thats why I tend to go towards sleeker and low profile when I got a small hem opening. That, and I am just not into the clunky/chunky look. Keep in mind I'm taking shitty phone pics from chest height at about 5 feet from a mirror, so it's skewed from reality. I think the proportions are good IRL.

    But I mean, I own a pair of LLBean Katahdins, F+B, two pairs of Dr. Martens, Butteros, and moc boots; not sleek shoes by most standards.

    these are the boots in the pic, still look weird? they sorta got a boxer boot look, I just got em.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Roygbivuxg Senior member

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    regret passing on those silents :( I blame webshops for providing terrible fit pics (srsly wtf oki-ni)


    so american eagle makes $200+ polos now? :confused: oh wait ae polos fit better than that..
     


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    Seriously, I have a blue-with-white-stripe Wrangler polo my mom bought me that looks and fits much better than that, and knowing my mom, she didn't spend more than $10 on it.
     
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    As a general rule, short sleeve shirts/polos should not hit at the elbow, unless you are a fan of Tommy Bahama. (You shouldn't be). It is probably a good sign you need to hit the gym if they do.
     
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