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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. fireflygrave

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    Falla - Black Inneva Free Woven would be my pick, at least for warm, dry weather.

    While we're kind of on the subject, do any of you know of an approach / scrambling shoe that doesn't look like ass? In my dreams, it would have a grippy, low profile sole, a nice stealth rubber rand, and be either a slip-on or have a velcro strap closure.
     
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  3. BreezyBirch

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    nonnative beater stuffs
     
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  4. chinesealpha

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    Derk - those jeans look legitimately beat-to-shit. Memories of Superdenim. Awesome.
     
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    FWIW, I like them, including in this context. I think they add some congruous incongruity to the fit, like grampa was a little bit of a mod back in the day.
     
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  6. BreezyBirch

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    ^ i like cruiser's fit, too. would prefer solid colour shirt, or deeper and darker coloured pattern, rather than lighter red n white
     
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    Breezy, your latest fits have been so on point man.

    edit: I don't mean to imply your previous fits haven't been as good. I just wanted to be clear that you've been killing it lately.
     
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    Really just working with the proportions and materials. I think different footwear would help - slipons are ok sometimes but I think you need something that will make you look more "grounded" and less flighty. I don't really know how else to put it but they're too dainty and monk-like for what you want to go for.

    a quick google pulled up this album but it doesn't seem to have been put together by him, and it's not current, but there is enough there to give you the idea of what I have in mind. not saying copy him 1:1 but he will be a good source of inspiration for sure.
     
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    Thanks for the comments and constructive criticism on the last fit SF!

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    thrift + visvim + number (n)ine + soloist + julius + julius + visvim
     
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    fucking awesome
     
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    Virgils? Pants are sick
     
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    Here you go: http://imgur.com/a/4kI05
     
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    I'm surprised c4est thought Appleseed did his thing well because it always seemed mediocre to me. But thinking about it I'm not sure who does the tech thing well
     
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    Shit, Arm, you just look cool.
     
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    love how you managed to really create and excel at your own individual style. great job
     
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    Arm :slayer:
     
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    TheArm amazing as always

    e0d, really like that fit except you've got a bit of the KJs going on. Maybe get the sleeves slightly tapered and shortened? Look pretty sloppy for such a modern and sharply cut jacket
     
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    Damn nicely done. The arm, eod9.. Awesome.
     
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