The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. otter

    otter Senior member

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    an asian who isnt a twink, wtf?

    i actual like the fit, especially the shoes
     


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    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    I thought you got schooled by SoCal about how you were misusing the term (and how only a gay guy would even know the term)
     


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    prada you gotta upgrade those glasses man

    Getting a new prescription in about 2 weeks


    an asian who isnt a twink, wtf?

    i actual like the fit, especially the shoes


    LOL. Thanks. No, I am not a twink.
     


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    cez, I've generally gotten better results by having shirts taken in from the sides rather than darts in the back. The fit just looks better in the front, usually. Anybody else have an opinion on that? Maybe it depends on the shirt. Also, that pull on the top button makes me think the shoulders are a little tight, might just be the way you're standing though.

    prada, the t-shirt looks sloppy, IMO. The wide neck makes me think of some of my hanes that have been sitting in the closet for years. Also, I really think you need to add in some color.
     


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    Those pose is awkward (and trust me, I know about awkward poses) but this looks good

    Thanks. I find it hard to not look awkward when taking pictures for the internet.

    like the jacket, hate the shoes

    I rarely wear sneakers, but was feeling summery today, despite the rain for the past week. Glad we found a TOJ moto you don't hate though!

    cr1234, need a longer t shirt!

    It's caught on my belt in the picture. The shirt's about 3-4" longer, but I do need longer t-shirts in general.
     


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    LOL. Thanks. No, I am not a twink.

    bear?
     


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    bear?

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    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    cez, I've generally gotten better results by having shirts taken in from the sides rather than darts in the back. The fit just looks better in the front, usually. Anybody else have an opinion on that? Maybe it depends on the shirt. Also, that pull on the top button makes me think the shoulders are a little tight, might just be the way you're standing though. prada, the t-shirt looks sloppy, IMO. The wide neck makes me think of some of my hanes that have been sitting in the closet for years. Also, I really think you need to add in some color.
    Taking it in from the sides reaches a limit with a front pocket, which can move way out of place. Another option could be a single box pleat down the back
     


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    hossoso Coward and P*ssy

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    Hoover? No, Cathar? WonderBread?
     


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    sq4you Mid-level baller

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    Taking it in from the sides reaches a limit with a front pocket, which can move way out of place. Another option could be a single box pleat down the back

    i've thought about that too....how your pocket starts to move towards your side.

    theoretically it should be possible to do something like this

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    of course it would leave the bottom hem of the shirt uneven. if you are tucking it it shouldnt matter much though.
     


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    i've thought about that too....how your pocket starts to move towards your side. theoretically it should be possible to do something like this http://lh4.ggpht.com/_85faL1pvsuQ/S7RJBArfGyI/AAAAAAAAAz4/cYuCZo87ojw/s800/shirt_alteration.jpg[IMG] of course it would leave the bottom hem of the shirt uneven. if you are tucking it it shouldnt matter much though.[/I]
    I think I get what you're saying, but that's a fairly bizarre alteration. Wouldn't you have to redo the placket?
     


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    just curious, what type of guys do you date?

    I fear you are in error.
     


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