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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. derk

    derk Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]
     
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    canstyleace Senior member

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    derk,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
     
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  3. notwithit

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    'Maybe kind of?'

    It's a heavyweight flannel with 19 oz Samurais and a wool Norse Projects ball cap. IDK if I'd call CPs workwear-ish, though.

    OTOH, I'm wearing this while working (desk job, home office), so maybe it qualifies regardless. :sarcasm:
     
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    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    sounds cool. whatever it is, i like it. i just was not sure how to categorize it, not that thats really important.

    anyways, forget workwear, derkwear is where its at.
     
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    Not derk but:

    Brussels: Stijl (dries, ann, raf, kva, rick, schneider), Margiela flagship, Privé Joke (universal works, our legacy, howlin', etc), COS, bellerose (used to stock cabourn and engineered garments don't know if they still do), Fillipa K.

    Antwerp: Dries Van Noten, Ann Demeulemeester, Stephan Schneider, Rosier 41 (second hand and overstock designer stuff - bought some yohji trousers there on saturday), Labels Inc (second hand), Renaissance, Acne, APC, RA13, Morrison, Essentiel, COS, Fillipa K
     
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    there's also one in "new Chinatown" on Irving St and yes it does get busy. Not worth it IMO but then again I have very little patience w/r/t queuing up for food
     
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    'So let me get this straight...your last wish before your lethal injection is to post a fit pic on SF?'

    But seriously. That setting is creepy.
     
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    canstyleace Senior member

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    thank you,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
     
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    I think guidi 991... [​IMG] the color looks great! I want either 995 or 991 in white/bone color.
     
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    No no no no no!!!!!!!! T pumps sucks ass. It's sugar water with boba on it. I laughed after I tried T Pumps. The worker said "it has a very strong tea flavor, so let me know if you want more sugar." McDonalds sweet tea has more tea flavor than that.

    Go to Wonderful Foods on Irving and get the regular milk tea with boba, or the lychee milk tea with boba.
     
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    They're 991 which is a taller boot or combat hoot height.
     
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    lol… but looks like tons of standard apartment buildings (in Asia if I had to guess).
     
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    Boba is supposed to taste like tea?

    But really, thanks. I'll check out that place next time I'm anywhere near that neighborhood.
     
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    (serious answer) Not the boba itself, though some places do flavor it. Jasmine flavored boba is very yummy, but I haven't found many places that do it. But I grew up with Cantonese food, so I have a strong dislike of milk tea that is too milky/sweet. Wonderful's milk tea, even though they're run by Taiwanese people, is pretty strong, though not quite HK milk tea level.

    One of my favorite eating combos is to have lunch at San Tung (damn that wait tho), then drive over to Wonderful Foods on the other side of 19th Ave. You won't be disappointed!
     
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    San Tung is the spot. So, so good (but only the dumplings and chicken wings)

    Thanks for the boba rec... will check it out.
     
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    ^ toe has some unfortunate wrinkling that make them look like loaves of bread with laces.
     
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  18. Mr. Moo

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    I genuinely lol'd
     
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    Just read today that eating an NYC bagel is the equivalent of eating half a loaf of bread.

    Nom nom nom bread.
     
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    good one
     
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