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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. conceptual 4est

    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    yeah boots are just regular black timbs

    and the crewneck is neoprene, Phillip Lim from this season that I picked up a few months back. lots of zips that cut away to reveal what's underneath. no white version though, sorry KoY.

    trousers are usual Marni and bracelet Margiela.

    nahneun, I've been buzzing it off and on since about August, but mostly keeping it as close as possible. I like it this way :)
     
  2. StanleyVanBuren

    StanleyVanBuren Senior member

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  3. Bam!ChairDance

    Bam!ChairDance Senior member

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    stanley, the robert redford hair looks great on you
     
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    Lol funny because I can envision some folks wanting to beat him up with a bag of sodas.
     
  5. artishard116

    artishard116 Senior member

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    Awesome breezy, boots look great. Cdiem?
     
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  6. AllAreCommon

    AllAreCommon Senior member

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    SLAB | RO | Oak | Second / Layer | Nike Lunar TerraArktos
     
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  7. el Bert

    el Bert Senior member

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    IS I think
     
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  8. Raindrop

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    I'm liking that hair, Stanley.
     
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    they are IS...the ones eck was selling a while ago. the treasure i let get away ;o;
     
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  10. BreezyBirch

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    fo' hrealz, they is IS


    thanks for the kind words, guys!
     
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  11. pasteurisation

    pasteurisation Senior member

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    Feedback will be highly appreciated.

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    Banana Republic beanie
    Filson mackinaw
    RRL scarf
    J Crew sweater
    RRL belt
    Nudie denim
    Viberg oxford
    Filson bag
     
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  12. JayFS

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    Nice cardi Breezy, regret passing up on it....
     
  13. dolt

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    to me it seems like there are two problems. one, everything is shiny and new and those are basically all brands that look better broken in and worn. nothing wrong with one or two new pieces in an outfit like that but all new just looks like you went to the local heritage brand boutique and bought what you could. second problem is that there's too much a mis-match of colors and textures so it looks busy and imo makes it hard to focus on the quality of some of those individual pieces. actually that color problem is the biggest mismatch. i like tying in black to outfits with earth tones and colors but it's easy to make it look sloppy. right now the shoes and jacket fit well together, but with nothing else. also don't tuck your t shirt into your jeans to show off your belt it just breaks things up and distracts.

    could look good with maybe wool trousers in grey or charcoal, the coat buttoned, and losing the bag.

    oh yeah also fix those cuffs and hem the jeans.
     
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  15. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    :fu: Schneider merino

    Anyway, regarding my jawnz dilemma I rambled about in RFT yesterday. This isn't a "help" thread per se, but indulge me for a moment.

    Here's a quick pick of the Momo's, which I picked up primarily due to amazing fabric. They've only been worn a few times after work so not fully settled. Measurements are somewhat similar to DH 19cm. Leave as is? Hem? Hem and taper? I dunno. I haven't micro managed the stacks or anything, I just put them on.

    Not really what I wore as today is a Geller seconds bum-wear and football day anyway.

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  16. Severisth

    Severisth Senior member

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    I love lots of stacks on my jeans generally (and it's inevitable since I'm 5'8"), but I can't help but feel that's just a little too much. Part of that might be the thickness/stiffness of the denim though. I don't think the need to be tapered
     
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  17. ghostface

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    dudes, it is time to organize the next fit challenge. i've been thinking about doing something a bit more...thematic. below are three ideas. let's decide together.

    1. militarism. this category could be interpreted in a wide variety of ways, since so much of men's fashion has been adapted from military wear. reference the ww1 colonel with the shiny boots, the pilot with the oversized ma-1, or the guerrilla fighting the techno-fascist forces of evil in the year 2099. this last possibility could also be used for category #2:

    2. thriving post-apocalypse. this category might seem to favor those with "darker" garments in their closet, but i think that with some creativity even the stodgiest cm-er could excel. perhaps you're the mayor of a broken city of survivors. how will you style your glen plaid suit with that fur coat you just found in the abandoned mansion? and will it successfully conceal your shotgun? i wouldn't want this to shade too far into cos-play, but i think it could be fun to see what ideas/references people come up with (and remember, emphasis on thriving post-apocalypse).

    3. garments with history. incorporate a (some) garment(s) that has a notable history. this can either be because it is unusually old-- whether it was passed down from your grandfather or discovered at a thrift store-- or because it has (and you would be willing to share) some personal story behind it. that is to say, the history can be just in the garment or in your particular relationship to the garment (or both). i imagine that some entries would incorporate the best features of posts from the contentedness thread.

    thoughts?
     
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  18. silverwarebandit

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    I think the top block is waaaay to tight on these, what are the odds they will stretch out?

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    Haversack/45rpm/RRL/Viberg/Workers/kitten shanty town
     
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    first post here ever, would like criticism!
     
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