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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. clapeyron

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    It certainly was. Happy golfing!
     
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    You´re turning your hips a bit too late, clapey.
     
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    Watch much too big for your tiny wrists.
    I am a high-end watch connoisseur but I also know my low-end watches. My money is on that being a 45mm Victorinox Classic Chrono. You should of got the 42...unless it is and you are 5 ft 110lbs
     
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    Just a thought I had today, kgfan is possibly the only one that produces 'best of' quality fits even when dressed for insane heat.
     
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    LOL... someone "should of got" an education...
     
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    @alexlude:

    not a bad looking fit, but I think a few small things could make it look better:

    -nevermind

    -get the shirt hemmed about 2 or three inches if you're going to wear it untucked. the length suggests that it was designed to be worn tucked.

    -a little more taper in the pants for cleaner stacks and a little more contrast between the pants and shoes couldn't hurt

    -can't believe I'm saying this but I agree with dp92 that the watch looks a little big on your wrist.

    just a few suggestions, take them as you will!
     
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    Is it not a short sleeve shirt?

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    woops- you're right. the way it creases looks very similar the ends of the cuffs on my shirts when I roll them.
     
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    2-3 inches shorter?
     
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    ...yes?

    that way it ends about mid-fly. just guessing on exactly how many inches it needs to be hemmed
     
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    good eye... I might look into that Wednesday.
     
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    Taking 2 to 3 inches off that shirt = baring midriff when lifting arms at all.
     
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    perhaps less then, I was just eyeballing and guessing, but extending past the fly is too long imo
     
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