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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. aether

    aether Senior member

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    hirsh is female? no hate, just wondering.
     
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  2. elisiX

    elisiX Senior member

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    I'm really confused by your appearance Hirsh. Differences in skin tone from face to hands, hair and age.

    You have made reference to illness a few times, but some insight into what your suffering from might be good.
     
  3. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    I am terminally ill with:

    Severe CFIDS (ME)
    Fibromyalgia
    Ulcerative Colitis
    IBS
    Severe osteoporosis of spine and hips(I can't walk unaided)
    Hormone illness (I look like I'm a teenager but I'm actually 45!)

    I love SF, so I hope there are no lady haters out there, because in response to the previous post, yes, I'm female (and have a boyfriend, luckily a doctor!!!) but I prefer men's style clothes and boots

    In my 20s I did the micro skirt and stiletto and heavy make up look, then I got sick and my clothing needs changed.

    I love Japanese jeans, double cuff shirts, leather bikers and tiny boots for my feet (I'm only 150cm)

    Enough about my illness-I'm here to talk about clothes :)
     
  4. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    Nothing amazing, just a Hot Diamonds pair that my sister got me for Xmas[​IMG]
    Sterling silver with a tiny diamond in each:)
     
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  5. robinsongreen68

    robinsongreen68 Senior member

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    Thanks for being so transparent. I know you didn't need to be but it was nice to get some insight into your situation.
     
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  7. Hirsh

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    Thanks for the jeans complement!

    Not really worth tailoring the shirt as it's my stay at home shirt!

    All of my others are a much better fit, luckily!:)
     
  8. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    That's OK

    When I stop posting because I didn't survive an infection, that's when you need to worry.

    SF keeps me going through many painful, sleepless nights and I love it:D

    This is a recent pic to show how gaunt I look really[​IMG]
    And this is how I used to look - cruel world-huh?[​IMG]
     
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  9. fistinyoface

    fistinyoface Senior member

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    Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and IBS? This has to be a joke.
     
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  10. Hirsh

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    Go away
     
  11. tonio028

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    I am surprised that you think EP Rudy's are barely doable on your frame. I'm guessing its because of slim thigh as opposed to slim leg opening? Your obviously different than most MC posters but I always feel like many of the MC guys posting in MC WAYWT post up trousers with no shape (i.e.barely any taper from thigh to ankle) and with leg openings that are too wide even with creased pants. Maybe you have some if that syndrome? Would like to see a fit pic in the Rudy's to see if your assessment is on point.

    I'm not sure Schneider is going to be entirely what your looking for as much as I'm a huge fan, I'm thinking Incotex, Billy Reid, RRL, maybe even Rag & Bone (the small percentage of what is good nowadays from what used to be a really great line), might be good to look at. Maybe even look at Dries and Margiela more understated offerings over on Yoox.

    To be totally honest, I think Engineered Garments (EG) is a line you really need to check out. I think you would be ideal for their traditional pant cuts and they offer cool casual and less form fitting clothing with really good and interesting fabrics. When you described the pants you are looking for, EG workaday fatigue pants immediately came to mind.
     
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  12. kindofyoung

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    I too, think stitches would look awesome in EG
    (Yohji too, if well done, but for EG he could probably use a lot of existing knowlede regarding colors and patterns)
     
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    yes.
    hello.
    goodbye.
    thankyou.

    [​IMG]

    y's for men, yyph shirt and pants, docs
     
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  15. Hirsh

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    Love the outfit, but not the docs - couldn't you match such a great outfit with better quality boots than that?:)
     
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    [​IMG]

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  17. in stitches

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    interesting stuff. the kolor is nice, but damns thats pricey. i dont even spend much more than 200 on MC pants, let alone 400 and up. also, the cut seems a little bit past what im ready for, but it could just be the stock picture. would love to see a fit pic of them.

    i really do need to start checking out EG in general, not just pants.

    thanks for all the halps, guys. SWD crew ruelz.


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    koy, love that fit. so clean.
     
  18. conceptionist

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    Thumbed the wrong post.
    Whatever.
     
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  19. NOBD

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    http://i.imgur.com/YX61O9u.jpg[/img

    [SPOILER=Warning: Spoiler!][img]http://i.imgur.com/39cmjnW.jpg[/SPOILER]
     
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  20. swampf0x

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    kindofyoung I want to ruffle your hair. Ever wear it without product and messy? I think it'd look good on you.
     
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