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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Biggskip

    Biggskip Senior member

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    Oh, but airing out long winded racist rants against Zoroastrians is your style?


    Disagree. The flannel pants goes with the canvas bag nicely.
     
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    Makes me wish I had this Filson bag rather than the big honkin briefcase. Fits a lot but it's heavy even empty. The scale here is much more appealing.

    Thanks for the comments/thumbs yesterday. Location is my house.

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  3. Biggskip

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    A couple of weeks ago I took a look at a Filson bag that had Harris Tweed accents. I've been thinking about getting it ever since. I agree with you on the scale. It has just enough space to get all the crap I need to and from work each day.
     
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  4. ManofKent

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    Nice coat.
     
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    :fu: that never happened!
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    jet and shoreman - superb.

    jet - whats the watch?
     
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    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    love it. can we get some better pics?
     
  8. Shryke

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    Pretty much same shit, different day. Need to take some outdoor pictures.

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  9. BreezyBirch

    BreezyBirch Senior member

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    your stuff always looks sooooo uncomfortably tight. but not bad
     
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    I always think a lot of my clothes look slimmer in photos than they do in real life. My jeans always look like a solid wall of tight black, when actually in a mirror, it's pretty obvious that they're not skin tight, and there's quite a lot of gather at the knees, stacking etc.

    I'm definitely trying to graduate towards more standard fitting stuff though, partly just because I'm getting older. I want to build more of a wardrobe around my TOJ jackets, really.
     
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    I don't think its the knee I think it's more of the calf area because they seem really fitted in that area. I think wool or pants that area a blend you can do the narrower calf because the material loosens and is generally more breathable. Basically your jeans are way too tapered, your already slim to where jeans that are normally already slim or skinny shouldn't become more fitted
     
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  12. StanleyVanBuren

    StanleyVanBuren Senior member

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    jet why don't you post a fit already
     
  13. nahneun

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    go one page back stanley
     
  14. Bam!ChairDance

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    it's all about the 100 posts per page, yo
     
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  15. StanleyVanBuren

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    thatsthejoke.jpg [​IMG]
     
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    Awesome blazer, shryke. Agree with breezy, though...it might look good with looser pants.
     
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  17. Tirailleur1

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    A fringed pufff
     
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    Wait...where could I get a pocket square such as that?!
     
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    Shryke, that's one nice blazer. What brand is it?
     
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    First submission, go easy on me haha.

    Blazer: Brooks bros
    Tie: Kiton
    Shirt: F&O
    Glasses: Cutler & Gross
     
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