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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Ibrock

    Ibrock Well-Known Member

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    Very simple and often done but the proportions work for me. On the other hand is it me or you shave your arms? Oh and press your shirt I can see the folding lines
    Proportions always give me a headache, so it's nice to know I got something right. I am planning to get this shirt along with all my other regular fit cheap shirts altered sometime soon though. The shirt is brand new and and is in the wash right now, the fit is actually more of a 'what you will wear tomorrow' I wouldn't actually wear it with those creases.
    Now i can't unsee those supersmooth arms [​IMG]
    As for the arms... I'm a college swimmer and I just finished up a championship last weekend, I have no hair anywhere.
     
  2. Riio

    Riio Well-Known Member

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    a mustache will make you more aerodynamic
     
  3. robbie

    robbie Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]
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    Reigning Champ Baseball Jacket
    Engineered Garment Cardigan
    Gitman Oxford
    Engineered Garments cinch-back
    White dirty Vans with extra long laces
    Tanner Goods for 3sixteen Waxed canvas tote


    PG already said it, but you deliver the goods like clockwork. always appreciate your fits.



    and boring old me

    [​IMG]
    favorite tee
    favorite jeans
    and WM houseshoes for swagger

    the camera adds 10 lbs...
     
  4. Max Biggavel

    Max Biggavel Well-Known Member

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    those stonewashed apc petit standards are my daily jeans in the spring and summer, and i do wear them quite a lot during fall and winter just so everybody knows
     
  5. Jekyll

    Jekyll Well-Known Member

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    Robbie, you're kinda into photography, right? If you're gonna hang out in the laundry room all the time, at least try to find creative ways of taking pictures of yourself. There's a lot you could do in there.
     
  6. dragonxking

    dragonxking Well-Known Member

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    awesome what you did with those laces kixslf
     
  7. XenoX101

    XenoX101 Well-Known Member

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    I can't believe there's been about 100 posts about a guy wearing a windbreakear, APC PS & jack purcell's, a fit that would go under the radar or be praised on sufu. Blows my mind.
     
  8. airportlobby

    airportlobby Well-Known Member

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    This conversation reminds me of the way I remember Bevis and Butthead discussing a Pavement video: "These guys could rock, but for some indeterminate reason they choose not to rock." Not to say that Max has any of Pavement's (purported genius). It could be haphazard, the inclusion of JPs, which I hate, indicates this to me.

    However, it's always funny when these discussion pop up. Some people proclaim themselves fans of Pavement. Others believe no one could possibly like Pavement, and such a public stance is nothing but a pretension. Personally, I'm agnostic and choose to listen to Pantera.
     
  9. jwied82

    jwied82 Well-Known Member

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  10. robbie

    robbie Well-Known Member

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    Yeah; there is, but standing in front of my kamera while the upstairs korean neighbor lady looks at me like I am an idiot is fun too.

    Also, my car was stolen and its 11pm so the laundry room is the best I can do for now. I'll try to think of weird angles or maybe use a corkin filter sometime or something.
     
  11. KitAkira

    KitAkira Well-Known Member

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    As mentionned the coat is Cloak and you can't find it as the brand is no more (he now works for Versace ;( ). BTW it's black but the cotton has faded with wear (the whole point of having a heavy cotton trench). I think it's from 05-06, not sure.
    did not know that....
     
  12. Listi

    Listi Well-Known Member

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    Kix's shoes are dope as fuck. Whole fit is excellent.
    Berlin brings it of course, looks great.
    Tonio's sweater is awesome, alpaca is such a nice fabric.

    Robbie: take some action shots with your camera perched on the washing machine while it's running, low iso, long exposure.
     
  13. Listi

    Listi Well-Known Member

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    I know this is SW&D & not MC.. & don't worry as I'm not going to pollute the raw denim wash with super fine wool softner on a regular basis like last year, but just wanted to get your feedback for this format..

    Also if you are wondering.. Pantaloonees were sticking to my OTC socks.. it is very humid today..
    & yes my shoulders are FUKED! Though this is not bad being OTR..

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    Cool format, but I still like the artistic pictures you take a little more I think!
     
  14. chronoaug

    chronoaug Well-Known Member

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    Looks solid, jwied. One of the people who i actually see consistently wear black scissors jackets. Always works on you though. At least one person got a good look out of that company. Were those APCs just the normal black raws to start with? You don't see a lot of good black raw fades. Mainly just you and polyrock (who i remember having some epic black jeans. maybe samurai?)
     
  15. Kent Money

    Kent Money Well-Known Member

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    I cant believe the discussion that Mr. Max's fit has engendered.

    Sometimes i feel like people defend certain fits for the sake of 'goin against the grain.'

    Not that Max's fit is shit, but I'm with the 'eeeehhhh, its ok' camp.
     
  16. Eason

    Eason Well-Known Member

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    Why is the excellence of Max Biggavel's fits totally lost on me? Is there something wrong with me? This is worrying.

    nothing wrong with your eyes, that's straight-up english-dad-going-to-the-grocery style.
     
  17. robbie

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    Kix's shoes are dope as fuck. Whole fit is excellent.
    Berlin brings it of course, looks great.
    Tonio's sweater is awesome, alpaca is such a nice fabric.

    Robbie: take some action shots with your camera perched on the washing machine while it's running, low iso, long exposure.


    i will try it the next time I am actually doing laundry, and not just in the room.
     
  18. Listi

    Listi Well-Known Member

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    i will try it the next time I am actually doing laundry, and not just in the room.

    I haven't done much photography since I started university, but I love doing super long exposures. It's always a surprise what comes out [​IMG] especially at night.
     
  19. KitAkira

    KitAkira Well-Known Member

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    This conversation reminds me of the way I remember Bevis and Butthead discussing a Pavement video: "These guys could rock, but for some indeterminate reason they choose not to rock." Not to say that Max has any of Pavement's (purported genius). It could be haphazard, the inclusion of JPs, which I hate, indicates this to me. However, it's always funny when these discussion pop up. Some people proclaim themselves fans of Pavement. Others believe no one could possibly like Pavement, and such a public stance is nothing but a pretension. Personally, I'm agnostic and choose to listen to Pantera.
    Pavement's headlining (? could just be playing) Sasquatch! this year, not entirely thrilling imo
    I haven't done much photography since I started university, but I love doing super long exposures. It's always a surprise what comes out [​IMG] especially at night.
    star trails?
     
  20. theom-

    theom- Well-Known Member

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    Ervell's du has nice fitting jeans not some weird ass crotch fold x Kodiak stuff going on.
     
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