The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. thatguymj

    thatguymj Senior member

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    Otter Weight Loss Plan Details.

    Step 1. Buy lots of authentic fake leather jackets as small as possible
    Step 2. Stop wearing ugly shitty fit polo shirts
    Step 3. Throw around some weights
    Step 4. Instead of eating pizza/burgers/cake do lots of blow
    Step 5 Post highly saturated fit pics
    Step 6. Profit?
     
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    Not coming from NYC MTA :/
     
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    This is pretty on point and there are also many other reasons to move elsewhere.

    Quick edit - the worst part of the L is the people who don't know how to ride the L, the second is the signs that only display train times half the time and the other half is "thanks for riding cta" which is some unthinkable mega bullshit.
     
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    it's "blowing away" people because it's supposed to be an "awesome fit" based solely on brands and hype factor of the peices. But any half-intelligent person knows that that it's not labels or trendy items that make a fit look good, but people on SF like to forget that. Proper fit and a sense of personal style is what makes a fit good.

    TOJ, hyped up
    Prada creepers, hyped up
    +J, hyped up

    I agree with you bubba, I also don't think he is wearing it tremendously well either. for whatever reason, despite the cool pieces, it doesn't have me going "cool fit man". I sense too much 'forced' swagger.

    dont get me wrong, I think the fit looks OK, but it's not "mind blowing" by any means
     
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    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    it's cool because it looks cool.

    Also, none of the pieces seem attention-grabbing, but when you look closer they've each got some cool details.

    Sorta like Tween's recent fit.
     
  7. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    toj is cheap relative to other leathers (well used to be anyway, drew needs his porsche 911s you know!)
    +j is cheap
    half the posters hated on creepers here

    the point, you missed it ;)
     
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    aether Senior member

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    i said nothing about cost.
     
  9. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    what's there to hype up for cheep offerings that fit well ? they serve their purposes and do little financial damage, barely anybody discusses +j aside from how its the last season and they milked the joint venture for all it was worth etc. and again 50% of posters hated on the pradas from the start. not sure what you getting at ?
     
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    noob in 89 Senior member

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    It's like my homie Derrida said, Every discourse, even a poetic or oracular sentence, carries with it a system of rules for producing analogous things and thus an outline of methodology.
     
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    You're really only going to find that around Wrigley, with all the suburban families / tourists going to see the Cubs. Everywhere else in the city you rarely find people who don't know how to ride the L.

    Granted the Chicago L is far from perfect, but what large US cities have a better train system other than maybe NYC? Everyone out in LA drives. NYC and Chicago are the only US cities I can think of where you can truly get away with not having a car, maybe Philly (I don't have any experience with Philly).
     
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    dope brothersport!! hype for the win. good fit too lol.
    whats the shirt? neil barrett?

    did you kop that bless coat off buy and sell from edris? how warm is it? thanks :cheers:
     
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    Add me to the group that thinks Baconzilla's fit looks amazing.

    I love all the little details, how it fits, and how it looks all put together. Very sleek and cool.
     
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