The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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    I think they're Dior's and I see lots of them on the B/S forum.
     
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    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    Dior 19cms can be found pretty much anywhere
     
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    I haven't seen them IRL and google is just a bunch of forum threads, so I don't know but I also haven't looked.
     
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    Saks, Barney's, Dior Vegas. There are a lot of options for getting Dior's and I know all three of those do phone orders.
     
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    But alas, none in my size. Where would I go about picking up a pair of these? I've been buying most of my denim from Diesel and J. Crew in the past...

    I think they'll bit a bit out your price range. A new pair from the store starts at around $350+, and goes way higher than that.
     
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    [​IMG]

    I'll probably get blasted again, but this is educational. [​IMG]

    Am I on the right track at ALL here? Haha.


    Much better dude, you write like you don't know much about clothes or what looks good... did you have advice from anyone else on the fit of the shirt?

    It's vast improvement on the polo, which didn't compliment your shape at all.
     
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    [​IMG]

    I'll probably get blasted again, but this is educational. [​IMG]

    Am I on the right track at ALL here? Haha.


    Way better than your previous outfit. Looks good brah.
     
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    Absolutely acceptable in upper middle class white society.
     
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    you look 'normal', leave SF now if that's OK with you
     
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    First time posting here -- recent pay increases combined with a sudden girlfriend decrease have made me much more image conscious, and you guys are my only hope at refinement.

    About to hit a poolside "creatives" meeting:

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    hat: H&M
    glasses: Paul Smith
    shirt: Banana Republic
    tie: Hanfabs
    shorts: US Expedition
    shoes: Vans

    Poor image quality courtesy of the missing power cord to my digital camera.

    More detail-y:

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    Thanks for all insight, advice, observations, and criticism as well as the time used constructing it.

    Also the first picture of me makes me look like I'm plugged into the wall.
     
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    [​IMG] I'll probably get blasted again, but this is educational. [​IMG] Am I on the right track at ALL here? Haha.
    Fit and proportions are much improved! However it still looks too stiff and serious for my taste. I'd be curious to hear if others have any ideas how to incrementally modify this fit in order to add more steeze and less of the dreaded business casual look? If it was me, the first thing I'd swap out is those trousers. The washed-out beige color, leg creases, and fuller-cut just screams "middle management".
     
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    First time posting here -- recent pay increases combined with a sudden girlfriend decrease have made me much more image conscious, and you guys are my only hope at refinement. About to hit a poolside "creatives" meeting: [​IMG]
    I love this. (0)
     
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    brad-t Bae Blade

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