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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. dune

    dune Senior member

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    Eason, was expecting a response like that. Specific things I should pay attention too, besides wearing a longer shirt? Also, about the fact that it's juvenile...I'm a 21 humanities student at my local university, and I don't plan on looking "mature" just yet [​IMG]
     
  2. Eason

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    Yeah but I think you're going for a hype-beast look, right? If you're not, then I still recommend that for you. The key points would be to have an eye-catching T-shirt, nice jeans (though usually sized wrong) and some fly shoes. You just need *something* that's really on point- either the shirt, the jeans, or the shoes- but none of them are at that level, in fact they're all pretty below average IMO.
     
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    Eason, was expecting a response like that. Specific things I should pay attention too, besides wearing a longer shirt? Also, about the fact that it's juvenile...I'm a 21 humanities student at my local university, and I don't plan on looking "mature" just yet [​IMG]

    Juvenile and youthful aren't the same thing. Youthful is good, juvenile is bad.
     
  4. dune

    dune Senior member

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    Alright, suggestions for the jeans then? What am I doing wrong there? Shoe suggestions are welcome as well...I'll save the t-shirt for another time.
     
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  6. Eason

    Eason Senior member

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    Alright, suggestions for the jeans then? What am I doing wrong there? Shoe suggestions are welcome as well...I'll save the t-shirt for another time.


    Look through old posts from here: http://streetetiquette.com/
     
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    Good fits from vonW and MarkI - the thread was gearing up for a nice run, and then was stopped cold by dune's fit.
     
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    dune, time to grow the fuck up [​IMG] -k
     
  9. dune

    dune Senior member

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    Pff, I don't want to [​IMG] Anyway, I understand that my "style", or lack of it, probably clashes with that of many other people here, but I still welcome constructive criticism. I'm also working on getting more grown up shirts and t-shirts! Eason, I stumbled across that blog a couple of months ago I think. Looks good, going to browse through it. And you're welcome Humperdink!
     
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    Hi, colder day in central Europe...

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    COS knit, AA v, Dior Waxing Moon, Tyrwhitt Chucka


    love the sweater
     
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    imo don't wear blue shoes with blue jeans and get jeans that are less baggy below the knee.

    I want vonWitzleben's sweater
     
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    vonWitzleben really makes me want to get a pair of 19cms.
     
  14. e0d9n0b5

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] apolis club monaco gap cons
     
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    Good fits e9ndwf932e0c339cxw2~1. I like the pants leg opening... kind of a cool hobo thing going. I think some kind of boulder hat would ice the cake.
     
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    boulder hat
    ~??? [​IMG]
     
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    ^ What season is that? You rock it well.
     
  18. brad-t

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    ^ What season is that? You rock it well.

    LOL
     
  19. chronoaug

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    From like a week ago when it was a bit cooler when going out to dinner

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    cheapy uo varsity
    fred perry polo
    a77 khakis
    gats



    really liking the fits from ed04bnob, mark1 and vonwitzelben. Welcome vonwitzelben and keep posting. Good stuff
     
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    Wish April77 still made those pants. Good stuff.

    What's the weight like on the UO varsity?
     
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