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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. KAIOSHIN

    KAIOSHIN New Member

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    I wish! Its my aunts.
     
  2. Biggskip

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    @StanleyVanBuren Given that NYE theme was 70's and there were multiple couples, I assume that the night ended with each woman selecting a set of car keys from a fish bowl, right?

    Sorry to see that you put your Carmina monks up for sale. You should keep a few totally impractical things in your wardrobe even if you don't wear them enough to justify their expense.
     
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    Blue Donegal tweed and green ribcord

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    Generally speaking a ventless jacket is pretty easy to tailor, since you don't need to worry about messing up the way the vents fall when you have it taken in.


    Can that be added to SvB's status? "thumb raider and mustache detective"?
     
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    Wearing an ro jacket with chukkas does not create a new place in the style spectrum nobody else has
     
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    Thx, Stitchie.
     
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    @NOBD , love that donegal tweed. That jacket is amazingggg.

    I actually love the look of the flapped ticket pockets with the other flaps inside the pocket.
     
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    Visiting Liverano & Liverano as well as PNP Firenze with @unbelragazzo

    I guess he looks okay.
     
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  10. StanleyVanBuren

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    I made that joke about halfway through the night. Told all the guys it was time to put their keys in the bowl; it was part of the 70s night activities. A couple people looked at me like they'd taken it seriously at first.

    The Carminas just haven't found the place in my wardrobe I thought they would. I figured I'd be wearing them all the time, like I used to wear those wingtips all the time, and for some reason, it just hasn't happened. I still think they're really cool, they're just maybe not for me.

     
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    Synthese, how was the food in Florence? Where did you dine?
     
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    Awesome Pittie stuff, Synth!! :slayer:

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    From todays MC Family Values Friday Challenge.

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    Tie - Sam Hober
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    Plentiful and delicious. Aside from the brief stop at Mr. Pizza two nights ago, I have eaten very well. Very traditional food, from what I understand. I can't remember the names of any of the places. I just follow the smart guys around and it pays off. Maybe tonight I will try to find a pizza.
     
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    I know I take crappy pictures but I don't have a mirror or PA :(
     
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    The best thing to try there is their traditional Bistecca alla Fiorentina and pasta with wild boar ragout. I did not like pizza in Florence so much but there is a place owned by Neapolitans that serves decent pizza. I will ask around and let you know.

    I miss that city so much. You're lucky to be there now, although I can Imagine that weather is not best at them moment over there.
     
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    Florence is a nice city, I'm jelly
     
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    This is exactly what we had last night. Well, I had the cinghiale pasta and Greg got the bistecca. I got osso buco for my secondo. We were at Parione, which is one of my favorite Florentine spots. I went there for the first time I think in 2006 or something and have returned every time I've been in Florence since.
     
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    You made my heart melt with your Tahoe post. I love Tahoe - both North and South Lake - and have been there so many times that I have lost count. Looks like a great New Years and great trip.
     
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    Great. It's one of my favorite cities. Parione make good bistecca (I also ate good risotto there, which is not really a Tuscan thing, but still) and so do Il Latini but the latter is a bit touristy and service leaves much to be desired. Every time I go to Florence I buy at the local market (which is in the very center of the city) lost of fresh prosciutto, cheeses and olive oil to take home.
     
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