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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    Nice Chrono, living in a colder climate has definitely afforded you the luxury to play around more with layering etc. Good stuff! "Nice Black Pussy". [​IMG] 9/10, the best use of color I've seen in a long time. I also like the non conformist approach to loosely lacing the shoes, it's these details that marks your style! jkissitie [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. shoreman1782

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    look good but not amazing.

    Kind of the mantra here [​IMG]
     
  3. indesertum

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    i think the two fits ryegb posted above are amazing, but the rest of you look much much better than everybody else i see on the streets.
     
  4. Oxnard

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    i think the two fits ryegb posted above are amazing, but the rest of you look much much better than everybody else i see on the streets.

    This is something that is so true, even the worst fits posted on styleforum are better than 90% of the stuff I see people wearing out in public. A little effort goes a long way at the least.
     
  5. the_pole

    the_pole Senior member

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    No hate but are you really short or is your ceiling just massive tall?

    hes standing on his tub i think
     
  6. shaftoe

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    Kent Money Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    best light my Rockers have probably seen as far as photos go.


    5000
     
  9. shaftoe

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    Kent: I think chunkier shoes would be better there. Those chukkas look nice but something with a little more weight would balance you out more effectively. robbie: Rockers are looking good.
     
  10. avery

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    Kent, details? pants specifically
     
  11. otter

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    nothing hipster about your jacket and boots/shoes
     
  12. Kent Money

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    shaftoe: i feel ya. I was going to get my substitute teacher permit, however, so I thought I would 'dress it up.' More rugged boots would be appropriate, however.

    avery, they are:

    TOJ A-2
    Vintage Gingham Button up
    Nom De Guerre TTS 34 denim, olive/shell color (on sale at Tres Bien)
    Opening Ceremony Desert Boots (bought on B&S)
     
  13. mpcec

    mpcec Senior member

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    Great fit shoreman, is that an NdG sweater?
     
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    Opening Ceremony Desert Boots (bought on B&S)
    Do you know what season they were from? Last season's brown leather was textured/pebbled leather rather than smooth.
     
  15. JKISSI

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    Nice Chrono, living in a colder climate has definitely afforded you the luxury to play around more with layering etc. Good stuff! "Nice Black Pussy". 9/10, the best use of color I've seen in a long time. I also like the non conformist approach to loosely lacing the shoes, it's these details that marks your style! jkissitie [​IMG]
    Thanks a lot Rye!
     
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    Kent: the TOJ bomber is b'dass. What size are you usually and what did you go with?
     
  17. Kent Money

    Kent Money Senior member

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    Smahatma - aaccording to the tongue on the inside of the shoe, the are AW08 which I take to be Autumn/Winter 08. However, the last desert boots i saw for sale at MSRP were made of deerhide which has that pebbly texture. Deerhide is super strong and reselient so I would have loved to have a pair of those. i think i saw some deerhide brown ones on Tres Bien, sexy.

    dougie: I typically get a size large with an interquartile range of [Medium-XL]. But I'm able to fit a large in most labels.

    Here are the dimensions i sent drew:
    Shoulder to Shoulder Back: 19.25"
    Shoulder to Shoulder Front: 18.5"

    Collar to Hem Front: 23.75"
    Collar to Hem Back: 25.5"
    Pit to Pit: 24"
    Shoulder to Cuff: 27"

    i think the shoulders could have been brought in an inch or so, however.
     
  18. otter

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    kent, i have to say that i really like bomber, but imo i dont think the bomber suits your bodytype as its making you look too boxy
     
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    I've been having a lot of trouble now that I'm buying and wearing more button downs, with knits and tees I can usually just size down if the length allows or buy slim and the fabric's stretch will sort things out. I tried to size down in j. crew's shirts but I'm 6'3 and a Small just wont cut it in length or in the shoulders. I'm also a little bit reluctant to go for some of the expensive BoO type true slim fit shirts because I'm afraid the shoulders will be too small, I have a couple H&M slim fit shirts that I can hardly get my arms/shoulders into after washing. I've been thinking about picking up a few uniqlo oxfords (hence the sig) because for that price I should be able to afford having them tailored.

    Your 6'3 and you wear a M ?? Im the same height and a M would fit me like a children's shirt , I wear a L in uniqlo and the sleeves are just right
     
  20. Jekyll

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    best light my Rockers have probably seen as far as photos go.


    5000


    you're spending way too much time in that laundry room.[​IMG]
     
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