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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. rennavate

    rennavate Senior member

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    Guido's shoulders are just fine on that shirt.
     
  2. shoreman1782

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    :facepalm:
     
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  3. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    What the fuck happened today? :fu::fu::fu::fu::fu:
     
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  4. GraphicNovelty

    GraphicNovelty Senior member

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    Not really a WAWYT but SpacePope Sent me an SNS Herning fisherman's knit through the SW&D Swap. It's super long but folding the elastic up under it makes it fit perfectly!

    Perfect for chilly summer nights!

    [​IMG]

    SNS Herning
    Levi's
    Converse (no vis)
     
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  5. TWorksheets

    TWorksheets Senior member

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    No offence to DP92, but all his push-back is an indication that you guys are wasting your time. You're trying to explain 'proper' fit to someone who wants to wear really slim shirts and low-rise pants. It’s like trying to explain the merits of anti-fit to an MC stalwart. No amount of telling is going to change anyone’s mind.

    DP92: your shirt is a bit tight (ie. clearly pulling in some spots) and the sock matching is kind of hokey, but everything is okay otherwise. If you like stuff to fit this way it’s fine. I hope this doesn't come off as condescending, but I suspect you’ll get sick of this sort of look and people are just trying to speed that up for you
     
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  6. max_r

    max_r Senior member

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    I thought I opened up MC waywt for a second there. jesus christ guys, its a shirt. not everyone wants the objective perfect fit oneShirt[​IMG] or whatever.
     
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    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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  8. indesertum

    indesertum Senior member

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    And here begins another cycle of an sf noob

    6 months later its drop crotch Jeremy scott
     
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  9. DP92

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    No offence taken, I have a long torso and short legs, I have 32 leg and still turn up, they really aren't low riding. Hey, maybe I will get sick of it 10 years down the line, I'm 21, if I were dressing in M2M cloth walking around the shops and chilling that would be stupid. I workout, a shirt that fits me today may not fit me in a months time. I'll roll with the punches.

    I am not arguing with anyone, as mentioned, we all have out own 'style'; if we were all dressed the same what would be the point in this forum, eh?
    I am open to all criticisms, not arguing with them, just having a discussion, discussions go back and forth.

    Me, you and little Jimmy down the road don't have to like eachothers looks but it's about being comfortable in your own pieces of cloth, even if those pieces of cloth look like shit :p

    Kind regards
     
  10. snwbdr94

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    You're right. I am planning on bringing the jacket in for the sleeves as well. I feel as if there is something else that needs to be done that I can't figure out.


    Could be the photo as I believe the bottom was flared out a tad in relation to my hips. What could be done to help prevent the pear looking shape?

    I'm also thinking a belt would help with the bottom and top half since the shirt and denim are both dark.
     
  11. DP92

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    How does it look with the top button done up? Would give us a much more accurate indication on the fit around the waist.
     
  12. Bam!ChairDance

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    Unfold that elastic, you crazy person
     
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  13. brad-t

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    that looks awful :(
     
  14. notwithit

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    If those are APC PNS, shouldn't the leg opening be pretty damn slim? Try uncuffing them and just letting the denim stack. It'll look a little off while they're still crispy and box-fresh, but the stack should settle in and probably look better than a cuff or hem in the long run.
    Eh...I'd say his shoulder is no more dropped than PG's. Maybe take them in 1/2" at the most, let the chest out about the same, drop the armholes a tad lower, and he'd achieve the platonic ideal of button-front shirt fits. As it stands, I'd still say it's pretty good.
     
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  15. buran

    buran Senior member

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    The other day.

    Inside and outside for the very last of winter
    [​IMG][​IMG]

    Thinking thoughts about why shirt feels short
    [​IMG]
     
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  16. VitaTimH

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    [​IMG]

    inspired by derk fit :)

    soloist - uniqlo - silent - converse
     
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    So Stanley, please tell me where I can get a shirt to fit a 44" chest that will fit my shoulders...without going M2M.
     
  19. max_r

    max_r Senior member

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    all my dress shirts are tm lewin :hide:

    their fully fitted ones are the only shirts i've found that fit decently off the rack. Still need like two inches out of the waist, but not bad at all.
    Super cheap too, as they seem to be perpetually on sale. Their poplin fabric is kind of shit, but the twill is soft and nice.
     
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  20. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    Big drop = go MTM or compromise on your fit. There's nothing you can do.
     
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