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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    the ol is a lot lighter weight and has a flecked fabric. honestly don't really wear it much/if at all :(
     
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    Looks great man. Making me miss my bike rides along the windy ass ocean paths south of Candlestick.
     
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  3. Auximenes

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    just saw Art on Zfactorie [​IMG] So Zam was really dead serious after all !
     
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  4. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    No, he's been here the whole time. That place where you see a single row of footprints in the snow, that was when he was carrying you.
     
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  5. reedobandito

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    Sipang's first WAYWT appearance ever??! It's like when Mega Man was announced for the next Smash Bros


    Fit is tops, thank god
     
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  6. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    How sad would it be if Sipang finally posted his WAYWT and it was total garbage? I'd be crushed :(
     
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  7. thewho13

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    It's super cute how in stitches spelled "kawaii" (as it's commonly transliterated) as "kuwaii." =]

    Cute vagina shoes Regis. People forget how cute vaginas are! Yonnic –> cuteee!!!!! :inlove:
     
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    I think a 13 year old girl has taken over your account
     
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    Thing is there was literally 0% chance that Sipang would post a bad fit. Not even in the infinite alternate universes out there— there never was and never will be a bad Sipang fit. Maybe fits our plebeian minds don't quite yet understand but bad? Nonsense.
     
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    Dunno bout that. He could've turned out like kitonbrioni (rest in peace)
     
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    halley's comet of fitpics. i'm still reeling
     
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    idg how timbs stay on peoples' feet when unlaced

    btw tie your shoes
     
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    idg how people can sleep with timbs on their feet
     
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    :embar:
     
  16. nicelynice

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    After like three years of looking, this is the best "fashion" down jacket I've managed to find. So sick of heavy wool coats in the wintertime and I need a change from rocking my Patagonia

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    Duvetica / Junya Watanabe collab jacket
    Stephan Schneider scarf
    SNS Herning knit (no vis)
    Jun Hashimoto jeans
    Guidi boots

    Here's the other down jackets that have been considered, take a look if you're bored - curious to see if anyone has any cool "fashion" down jackets. I was really let down by the quality of down from brands that don't exclusively make down jackets. Rick Owens, Attachment, etc. had very low fill, low quality down - worse than Uni-Qlo.

    Attachment - too short, low quality/low fill down
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    Tatras - pretty decent but kinda boring for the high price ($1000 retail)
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    Junya Watanabe / Duvetica - awesome awesome jacket with a substantial nylon twill, almost bought, too short to keep warm and a little too casual
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    Duvetica - too short, again kinda boring for the high price ($900 retail)
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    Duvetica - Wanted a plain black jacket for simplicity, very high price ($1200 retail)
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    Duvetica - Very warm, underwhelming fabric - only choices were a delicate wool and an underwhelming nylon
    [​IMG]
     
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  17. jet

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    fashion down jackets are dumb, get a crescent down works parka
     
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    superego Senior member

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    moncler does some good stuff.

    particularly liked some of the moncler x wm (moncler w) stuff this season. designs are on the aggressive side though

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    I like the jacket but even on your skinny torso it's still a little chunky and top heavy. If it were three inches longer it would balance better with the overall frame of your fit. The pocket does appear somewhat forced, perhaps an inch off the height and width would proportion it well.


    Duvetica - Wanted a plain black jacket for simplicity, very high price ($1200 retail)
    [​IMG]

    I like the color, size, and design of this one a lot although $850 would be a fairer price. Only thing wrong with it is the black piece on the right cuff, looks gimmicky whatever it is.

    Jameister,

    Much better but the others are right. You need to lace up the boots and pull your jeans over them assuming the hem's wide enough to go over without looking weird. If not you can still stack or roll them above. I know Weezy styles unlaced like you've shown but you have to understand this guy is basically looked up to only by adolescents and adults of adolescent mind. Since you're a teenager you can 'justify' the adolescent look, but outside of modern western history and its subsequent subjugation of the world through globalization, almost all peoples historically were of adult maturation shortly after puberty. The few remaining indigenous groups today still have initiation rites of passage that coincide with the body's formation of reproductive capability. Not to digress too much, but the style you choose represents a mindset.

    The hole free jeans and top are good. I recommend more contrast between them though because their colors/shades are close enough to wash out your fit. Darker jeans or darker top would look better.

    Dorje,

    How much is it? Not showing since I'm not registered there.
     
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