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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. thewho13

    thewho13 Senior member

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    So when Synth sent me that bball jacket, he also sent me a bunch of other random, unrequested crap too. A pair of crap Levis, a crap J. Crew shirt, a crap handwritten letter with crappy handwriting (and an annotated Tim Dean essay with crappy and illegible margin notes), and this crap Scotch Co. jacket.

    Thanks for making me look like crap, Synth.


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  2. LelandJ

    LelandJ Senior member

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    Did you intentionally dress cozyboyz to give the prosecution impression you're too liberal to pass jury selection? Good strategy if so.

    The pics look like it comes a little pilled already. I thought polyester helps stabilize further pilling not be worse than natural wool?

    Personally think anything with 60% natural fiber minimum is good enough for outerwear if you're paying over $700, and this NMWA is priced well below that.
     
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  3. NaTionS

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    I did hope by wearing fashunz both sides would have more reason to dismiss me but looks like it's not happening. Jury pool's been whittled down to about 25 today and I'm still here. Maybe go full gothninja tomorrow?
     
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  4. el Bert

    el Bert Senior member

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    Last three times I've been summoned I didn't even have to go to the courthouse.
     
  5. LelandJ

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    Do it, don't pull no punches. They don't compensate properly for your time anyways.

    Would love to see the fitpic too.

    edit: Just make sure you don't look like a terrorist in their eyes, not that I'd know how these people judge clothes. If you're serious about this it might be better if you take the hippie route and wear a shirt with a peace sign on the front.
     
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    I always try to avoid jury duty like everyone else but the one time I got picked it was for a crazy case and it made for a really good story.
     
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    oh shit

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    Tell @el Bert to sell you one of his SS coats. [​IMG]
     
  11. in stitches

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    @el Bert, please sell me an awesome SWD coat!

    thanks again for the feedback on poly blends. im thinking hard on the esemplare today.

    from wednesday, before the storm, my entry for the MC challenge this week.


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  12. penanceroyaltea

    penanceroyaltea Senior member

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    Nice sc :) u don't think dark grey would be better here stitchy? Or cream or beige. Somehow the tie, pants and shoes seem too close. Esp w the sc.
     
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  13. steveoffice

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    i see what penan is saying but i kinda like the look. maybe throw in a grey ss scarf :nodding:
     
  14. thewho13

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    All that brown kinda reminds me of That 70s Show and vinyl flooring. But it's cool, I dig the fit stitches. :)
     
  15. steveoffice

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    Decided to keep the long bomber.

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  16. in stitches

    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    i assume you mean dark gray pants?

    either way, i am a huge sucker for wanting to wear a fit as monochrome as possible, so i decided to go for as much brown as i could with this. i enjoy it.

    i think the ideal combination for this SC would be the same shirt i have above, the same shoes (or almost any other brown shoe), but with a navy tie (wool, cashmere or vicuna) and medium gray pants. ill do that next time. just for you!



    thanks, guys. yeah, it defo has a 70s vibe. remember when parker did a 70s vibe fit and then he broke the thumb system?
     
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  17. Caveat

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    stitch- not your best effort. :hide:

    steveoffice- I love that. The bomber and shoes are both elite. Do something about the watch though (take it off?). It's cramping your style.
     
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  18. in stitches

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    not my best? i could agree with that. but i think its quite good all the same. :)
     
  19. Caveat

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    It's just too much brown IMO. But I don't like brown to begin with so it might just be me!
     
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    are those bass shoes or boots?
     
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