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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Benesyed

    Benesyed Senior member

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    Not really an exceptional fit but very comfy. :embar:

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    Stanley, I'm putting my foot down. The cuffs have got to stop.
     
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    A lot!!

    I read most of the form during my lurking face, then decided I wanted to join - it was worth every minute:)
     
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    Sorry SVB, not really digging that :/
     
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    Wild belt and plaid needs relaxed, straightened out.
     
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    I am dropping these off at the tailor tomorrow. They are too wide to stack at the moment, but I will have them tapered so they will.
     
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    Santa Fe. Got a ring.

    edit: also thousandth post wtf internet
     
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  10. cyc wid it

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    See any cool thin silver bracelets out there?
     
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    Probably, though it's hard to find anything that isn't covered in turquoise. Probably gonna go back to the house of the governors where all these native craftspeople set up shop and look around some more.
     
  12. DividedWay

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    I'm glad you're keeping the leather
     
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    Let me know if you see anything clean in just sterling :embar:
     
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    You guys should just ask Drew to hook you up
     
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    @ridethecliche if you're looking for fb.. That looks bad, sorry. It's very typical mc casual but in the negative sense. Like it all fits well for sure, but the combination of items looks very uncool.

    For varsity looks you can try checking out those looks from Japanese Americana online stores. Those that sell nanamica for example. Good luck!
     
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    really like those nikes, where can i find them? i assume those are the premium type that cost like $250?
     
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    Nike White Label
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    Nike ACG
     
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    SVB, first of all, as a lurker for two years, congratulations on your "evolution". Your fits are more and more beautiful and I can see the aesthetic you're aiming for, and this works fine for your physique and body type. (That new haircut is perfection on you). The half bottom is what bothers me the little sometimes. Given your thin and tall (I supposed you are tall) physique, I think pants with straight cuts dont really flatter your silhouette, it actually makes you look skinnier, because visually it looks like your "floating" in your pants (especially when they have that slight bell bottom look because they are too long).So slim-cut pants is the way to go, IMHO. Regarding the shoes. I do think mocs only works with either shorts/bermudas and cropped/ankle-length trousers, because the sole is quasi-absent on these, and if your trousers are too long it gives a sloppy look. Again, with your silhouette, round-toes shoes and mid thick soles are a good choice. Still, you need to be careful about your trousers length, especially for summer outfit, where the trousers are supposed to just "kiss" the upper part of the shoes (so the leg opening can allow some fresh air to get inside your pants). Good fit idea anyway!
     
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  20. Caveat

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    Those shoes are completely inappropriate for a suit.

    Bene, sorry but that is awful.
     
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