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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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  2. steveoffice

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    looks good bene
     
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  3. snowmanxl

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    Glad you got the rick over the HL !
     
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  4. nicelynice

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    That Rick jacket is too long, looks like a tube. I think it'd look better if it hit right at your belt, not below your crotch. A longer tee will offset the effect a bit. I think bigger sizes of Rick get proportionally too long, Moo had this problem too on his intarsia
     
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  5. Benesyed

    Benesyed Senior member

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    I think with some dropcrotch RO pants and your suggestion of long t shirt + chunky shoes the length will actually be more of an asset?


    My top half is really stocky so stuff at my waist tends to look disproportionate. :embar:
     
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  6. nicelynice

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    Yeah for sure, it's the tight jeans and the short t-shirt here that's making it especially long as well. Rick cuts his jackets longer in the front, it's part of the style, but I like to have my tees fit a bit longer than the bottom hem of my leathers
     
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  7. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    Nice jacket bene; yes a longer t would be better. AA summer loose crew is plenty long and cheap if you want to experiment
     
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    looks pretty nice bene.
    agree with NN, try a longer tee. also i like that your tee is white, instead of all black.
    i wonder how you dress for clinical placement.
     
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    Is AA summer tee really that long? When I think of long, it is >= 27" length. Short would be like <= 25"

    If AA medium or large is 28 or 29" that would be ideal, but then do you run into the problem of it fitting like a dress/tent?
     
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    thanks on ob so i just wear scrubs and if its cold i wear my leather on top of it. So far its not been an issue. Mostly I cheat and wear sweaters and dress sweats a la KVA for rotations that require "formal wear".
     
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    ah, sorry for the confusion. thanks for posting the boot pics. the birdseye view gives me pause but i love the boots in every other angle i have seen them in. also, good looking fit!
    that movie sucked. :( fassbender is awesome tho. perhaps almost as cool as tom hardy.
     
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  14. brad-t

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    It's easy to get turned off by from-above shots of shoes, since a shape that looks good from the side and the front often won't look good from above. But nobody's looking at your shoes like that anyway.
     
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    yeah, i know thats true, but it still makes me sad though. i really do love these boots, i mean in every other angle they get me hot and breathing heavy. tmi?
     
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    Except for yourself. I've passed on and sold many many shoes cos I hated looking down at them even though they were awesome from the front/side.
     
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  17. brad-t

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    lol @ not holding your head high every moment of the day. scrubs
     
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  18. ManofKent

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    Alexandertg - the Arpenteur looks good. I'd go for a T that offered more contrast (or probably a shirt), and I'm not sure the boots work, but that might be more stance.
     
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  19. AlexanderTG

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    ^^Thanks, MoK. Makes sense to me. Gonna try it all again tomorrow.

    Cheers.
     
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    Yeah, I've also thought more colour contrast in your recent fits would help AlexanderTG, curious to see how it'll look.
     
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