The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. nicelynice

    nicelynice Senior member

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    OK, sorry for posting fits so often (this is what not having a job is doing to me), but I actually would appreciate some feedback on this outfit For prom themed party Shirt has ribbed cuffs which I think is kinda cool. Decided to pair N. Hoolywood jacket with slimmer Lad trousers and ankle boots, looked better in silhouette than the fuller N. Hoolywood trousers Lad trousers: [​IMG] N. Hoolywood trousers: [​IMG] Any ideas? Go with Lad pants? Different footwear for N. Hoolywood? Wear Rick dunks?
     


  2. hendrix

    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    OK, sorry for posting fits so often (this is what not having a job is doing to me), but I actually would appreciate some feedback on this outfit

    don't apologise, yours and snakes fits have been amazing over the last couple of weeks.


    I like the lad trousers better. I'm not sure about the ankle boots though. maybe just those shoes you were wearing with your suit the other day.

    actually if it's prom themed, some dunks might be appropriate
     


  3. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    OK, sorry for posting fits so often (this is what not having a job is doing to me), but I actually would appreciate some feedback on this outfit (pics)
    first: fuck you, asshole, this is a thread for ugly boring garbage and you are seriously detracting second: Lad lad lad lad lad the hem would need to be smaller on the n. hollywood trou to pull that off, and you would need sleeker, perhaps brogued shoes.
     


  4. nicelynice

    nicelynice Senior member

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    I like the lad trousers better. I'm not sure about the ankle boots though. maybe just those shoes you were wearing with your suit the other day.

    the hem would need to be smaller on the n. hollywood trou to pull that off, and you would need sleeker, perhaps brogued shoes.

    Thanks for the feedback, really do appreciate it. Honestly, anything more than jeans + t-shirt is kinda above my head at this point, but I'm working on it, heh. I'd wear shoes, but I only have one pair for work, and I don't wanna trash them on accident.
     


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    GiltEdge Senior member

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    [​IMG] -H. Huntsman Silk Blazer -Brooks Brothers shirt, with silk links -Hermes Alligator Belt
     


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    OK, sorry for posting fits so often (this is what not having a job is doing to me), but I actually would appreciate some feedback on this outfit

    For prom themed party

    Shirt has ribbed cuffs which I think is kinda cool. Decided to pair N. Hoolywood jacket with slimmer Lad trousers and ankle boots, looked better in silhouette than the fuller N. Hoolywood trousers

    Lad trousers:

    [​IMG]

    N. Hoolywood trousers:

    [​IMG]

    Any ideas? Go with Lad pants? Different footwear for N. Hoolywood? Wear Rick dunks?


    lad for sure, looks sharp btw
     


  7. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    Paolo, that is one ugly watch (it's an ugly ring, but hey you made it so great!)

    why did you go with fuscia silk cuff knots? Any particular reason, or is that what the shirt came with? Everything feels like it was cobbled together just because you had it, frankly. Plus, you're wearing all that with jeans. I kind of want to see the bottom half out of morbid curiosity, but really mostly, I don't. BAM.
     


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    db_ggmm Senior member

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    I think you could flip a coin for lad vs hooly.
     


  9. *Tee*

    *Tee* Senior member

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    Lad trousers:

    http://i47.tinypic.com/2clsso.jpg


    I'm kinda economical of words at the moment. It's getting pretty late here in Germany. That'll have to do:

    [​IMG]
     


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    aeglus Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I think you should wear rick dunks.
     


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    GiltEdge Senior member

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    Paolo, that is one ugly watch (it's an ugly ring, but hey you made it so great!)

    why did you go with fuscia silk cuff knots? Any particular reason, or is that what the shirt came with? Everything feels like it was cobbled together just because you had it, frankly. Plus, you're wearing all that with jeans. I kind of want to see the bottom half out of morbid curiosity, but really mostly, I don't. BAM.


    That watch was a gift from my parents for my 18th birthday, I really couldn't give a shit what anyway says about it, it is a gift for an important occasion. Plus you cannot even see the thing in detail, so you cannot judge it. It was also not a cheap watch at all. As for the silk knots, I left it in for a stylistic touch, I have seen many people do that here and never get scolded for it.
     


  12. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    Ok I wasn't going to say anything because I didn't think I needed to, but apparently I do: You seem to be taking the MC approach to streetwear/stylish clothing, that if it's expensive and/or has good craftsmenship, it's good, which is frankly wrong. WE don't give a shit about the quality or the details of something because as a WHOLE, your outfit was terribly put together. Normally I wouldn't say this, but given your past fits and the fact you were clearly trying to show off how much your items cost and their perceived quality, I think it's needed. You need to learn how to put an outfit together, using a bespoke blazer with functional cuffs instead of a $50 blazer from H&M doesn't change that.
     


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    GiltEdge Senior member

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    I disagree with you totally. I have no idea what is so bad about the outfit. It is so simple, a blazer, a shirt, jeans, and loafers...big deal. They all happened to match each other, fit well and be good quality items.
     


  14. nicelynice

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    Paolo, is there a reason you didn't button the last button of the cuff? I'm ignorant with regards to that type of thing
    Not something I'd wear, but that ring you made is also very cool
     


  15. GiltEdge

    GiltEdge Senior member

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    Paolo, is there a reason you didn't button the last button of the cuff? I'm ignorant with regards to that type of thing
    Not something I'd wear, but that ring you made is also very cool


    It is really just to show that it is functional. It is mostly a stylistic touch, but I wore it to dinner, I kinda needed that extra space.
     


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