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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Dr Huh?

    Dr Huh? Senior member

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    Boots? I mean, unless you're just going out with a t-shirt on. Personally, I find t-shirts to be the most disposable pieces of clothing you can own. They get sweaty, can get stains, can shrink, get holes, etc. I've never felt compelled to hang onto a t-shirt for several years. I think boots tend to offer more longevity. And the difference between an expensive pair of boots and a cheap pair of boots is much more noticeable.
     
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  2. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    If you can afford multiple pairs of $2000 boots and suits, you're probably not eating ramen to afford T's that don't suck.
     
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    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    Making another short appearance with a shit quality mirror fit pic from yesterday. Added the detail shot to help give an idea of the top and bottoms a little better.

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  5. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Different strokes, I guess. T-shirts are definitely the most visible parts of outfits for me when the temperature is above 15 celsius.
     
  6. sinnedk

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    i like the heat tech ones way better than the reg cotton tees
     
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    idk if which v-necks you are referring to, but the one i have from uniqlo, the V neck is cut too low for comfort imo
     
  8. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    too low?..., uniqlo vnecks seem relatively shallow to me
     
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    Dbear Senior member

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    For some reason uniqlo doesn't have the supima cotton tees online, see them everytime in store
     
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    Our Legacy perfect tees are also my favourite mid-price t-shirt. They look good sized up or down too. Not sure how they would work on a bigger dude, since they have pretty narrow sleeves.
     
  11. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    Google Carol Christian Poell boots, although those aren't the only ones being referred to here.
     
  12. Benesyed

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    narrow sleeves are better if they are sufficiently long. Loose t's tend to frill up in a weird way
     
  13. caseyfud

    caseyfud Senior member

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    all of us
     
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  14. the shah

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    lol you can't help yourself, μιραν
     
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  15. caseyfud

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    All my target t-shirts got holes, so I won't buy/wear them anymore, and I'm not even in New Mexico anymore.

    The world is nothing like you thought it was.
     
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  16. caseyfud

    caseyfud Senior member

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    actually, in all my fits (both here and in that CM thread) I actually haven't been wearing clothes at all. I've been strategically using shadows, reflections and body hair to trick you all into thinking I'm actually wearing clothes.
     
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  17. Mr. Moo

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    Bless you
     
  18. Snoopy

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    Forget Uniqlo t-shirts they are fucking garbage.

    Some good quality t-shirts can be found at express. Yep not a brand I'm too fond of but their t-shirts/v-necks are thick durable quality.
     
  19. Mr. Moo

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    Yes we like to frolic in the fields just South of Murren.
     
  20. Fairbanks

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    Check out BraidKid and Kiya's posts. These will show your the range/potential of Iron Heart. We will pray for you.
     
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