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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Kazuyuki Kumagai painted t-shirt arrived. I love it! Very nice twist on a basic that gives it a bit more visual interest – particularly like how the white raw hem breaks up all-black looks.
     
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    +1 to comments regarding Ian's fits... I wonder if I will see him in the wild :paranoia:

    Doberman the pockets on that jacket are :fu:

    KG I think you should leave that bedford as is and get something else for the slimmer look.
     
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    ^^ brad you need better deodorant

    KG jacket looks good like that (but not with sweats dont like the ann either but do what you do of course)

    IS nice hoddogs love me some kosher ones
     
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    brad - that shirt is awesome. great pick up.
     
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    was wondering who might be the first to make this terribly unfunny joke but i had higher hopes for you
     
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    thanks! if you ever find yourself to bmore in the spring/summer/early fall, we should go to an Os game. my treat.
     
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    nice. not sure i could rock the black, but i like the brown a lot too.

    also, not sure im ready for hundred dollar tees yet. right now all i have are hanes undershirts and disney character tees from target. :(
     
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    Dammit, somebody already made the deodorant-joke…
    I like it brad, very simple with a twist. but seeing the chain and your Vokuhila (VOrne KUrz HInten LAng - short front long back or something like that) always reminds me of 80s "metal" and 90s soft rock bands. No offense, I still think you're pulling it off way better than Bon Jovi ever could ;)

    I really like the jacket kg, the slim look will pass and you'll still have class. I say no to the use of sweatpants outside of your flat/house/gym, tho.

    Stanley, after this picture there will be people believing you and your lovely wife are actually super agents. I say Go Matchey, Cutiepies!
     
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    Cheesy rock star influence is definitely intentional.
     
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    I love it. Good job man..
     
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    cool tee brad. dat pit

    thanks for the feedbacks guys. will prolly keep and maybe get the sleeves slim down a bit as ken p suggested. shah i agree with trousers and derbys would be best. maybe next fit :D


    unlined, cotton. haha battle is on!


    havent been to camden yards before. looks like you had good time.
     
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    Fit on the Bedford is great KG.
    I've got a very similar one from SS12 (navy unlined cotton/linen) and it fits me slimmer than yours, but not as cropped as AFLs.
    Wish I could grab one a size up as I prefer a looser fit, although I think AFL wears his well.
     
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    its a great ballpark, we indeed had a great time.

    i extend you the same offer i did to zapa, come to bmore and a the game and dogs are on me.
     
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    1 day into participating in the waywt thread I have attempted strange t shirt layering
    I think it was moderately successful and I would like people to chime in with brandlists that are moderately attainable and stock dope drapey t's
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    random vintage shirt, hanes, old navy, common projects, that is the most fucking plebian brand list ever on this website
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    also took a picture with my army jacket on
     
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    ^correction, it wasn't successful at all
    What you want for layering t-shirts are thin fabrics since they often drape better
    If you can afford it, common options are Rick Owens, Damir Doma and Boris Bidjan Saberi (can be found cheaper on supermarket and in B&S here on styleforum)
    Cheap options are whatever loose and thin (like, almost see-through thin) ones you can find a HM/Forever21/similar, with the Loose Summer Shirt from American Apparel being one several people here like (size up one)
     
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