The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Master-Classter

    Master-Classter Senior member

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    ignore the brand and style for a second. IMO that shirt color just washes you out, it's too close to your skin tone.
    plus your belt might be too long as well.
    and the rise on those jeans is giving you serious mooseknuckle, plus I'm all for some stack, but those look pretty sloppy (new jeans? wide hem?)
     
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  2. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    thatgirl; what did your ex dress like? Good style?
     
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    thatoneguy Senior member

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    I like your name thatgirl :smarmy:.


    o ya and i like your fit
     
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    you dress decently for a woman, pretty good
     
  6. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    I'm not a fan of those giant boots but eh.
     
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    pfft.


    again, pfft.. thanks, i guess? that's sort of backhanded .. insult? compliment? whoooo knoowwsss


    yeah, he had expensive taste and made sure his clothes always fit to a t.


    i'm not sorry, i'm feeling infinitely better without him than with him! plus … rick boots! :inlove:


    thanks, and nice name, too!
     
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    aeglus Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    kunk doesn't give compliments much, that's pretty big praise fyi

    also I like the fit for the most part

    ednobs you gotta post more often, always on point
     
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  9. e0d9n0b5

    e0d9n0b5 Senior member

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    thx guys ~!

    i don't own a camera but i borrowed this one to put up a BIG sale thread(which i haven't even started on yet ha) so i figured i would post a thing
     
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    e0d9n0b5, I've seen you wear that shirt in previous fits before, but damn, it's great. And you wear it so well.
     
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    toj?
     
  12. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    Tons of jism
     
  13. miran

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    Alright, I shall now critique your threads.

    You have gone clean, simple and trendy today. Good for you. This look can be seen nearly everywhere this season, in many magazines, many websites, and at many street corners in cities on both sides of the Pond.

    Fortunately, you cut a clean figure and you have a lot else going for you--so the ubiquitous simple works for you. But you have to be careful with simple--for simple demands near perfection. You can be a little off with complicated and no one will notice...be a hairs' width off with simple, and it'll stick out like a sore thumb.

    For this look to work, the colors have to really work together, and it all comes down to fit with the cardi. Yes, you can make the case that the cardi is serving all sorts of purposes this season, from underwear to overcoat. But for your look it must fit perfectly--read, snugly and cleanly--over a tee. Yours is too loose. Notice your shoulders and the sagging fabric under your shoulders and arms. They stick out like a sore thumb from the clean classic lines that this kind of simplicity insists on. Button it up, and it would look baggier, and even worse.

    Your belt, jeans and suede ankleboots go well together. With a fitted cardi, you could have gone with slightly less fitted jeans to preserve the lines, but it's not a horrendous error.

    A white t-shirt and a black or navy or even grey cardi would have been much better. Much simpler.

    And indulge every whim with socks and underwear, that's no sin. He is a true Hedonistic gentleman, he who indulges in cashmere socks hidden under his knee-high boots. And with a double dip looming, we must all indulge whilst we can.
     
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  14. Cacatfish

    Cacatfish Senior member

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    Im pointing out the obvious here, but man NOBD does MC really well.
    I agree with soe of the critiques of the Synthese fit. I dont think the lapels would be too big except they are matched with such slim pants. Makes em look to wide.
    The main thing that jumped out at me though was the boots. Dont like the color or overall look with that outfit.
    Jacket looks like a nice piece.
     
  15. jslade

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    miran, do you write for AskMen? Maybe Cosmo?
     
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