The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. tooshay

    tooshay Senior member

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    If he wanted the full hat trick, he needed the Dior 19's!
     


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    a budget sf uniform is better than no uniform at all?
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    ^looks good

    plebes take note
     


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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] pale legs Sabre glasses Unholy Matrimony tee Naked & Famous cutoffs Giuliano Fujiwara
     


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    Alright. Will have a more difficult time (read: won't) be able to jury rig that out of my cheap-brand wardrobe. What's wrong with the top, might i ask?
    I'm a biased observer- the goth ninja thing doesn't normally do it for me. Generally if it does, it's someone with longer legs (Nil, etc.). However, the tank top looks like one side was tucked and the other wasn't, right? Forced/unnatural asymmetry kind of kills it IMO (and not in the good way). As far as pants go- a black cotton or linen house pant might work. Light, drapey, comfortable, baggy, and tuckable. I've got a pair in the wash right now that I'll take a picture of this weekend. Otherwise something like this would probably work without being limited to goth ninja stuff. I'm probably the wrong dude to ask about this though. Also, you know I've been on here for too long when I see these and think that they're pretty baller. Edit: I may have the wrong name- but fisherman pants seem similar to what I'm thinking of
     


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    I really like those GF sneakers, e0d. Jean cutoffs actually look alright in this context. I usually despise 'jorts', but I like the grungy-ness of those.
     


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    I really like those GF sneakers, e0d. Jean cutoffs actually look alright in this context. I usually despise 'jorts', but I like the grungy-ness of those.

    thanks, its too hot to wear anything else and I don't really own any real shorts. was wearing this but with a tank and chucks to the lake for the last couple days.
     


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    I generally like your fits Ed***, but sometimes I have a hard time figuring out your style. How does this fit fit with your more outdoors-y, tech-y stuff? not saying everyting one wear have to be identical, just curious about your inspiration.
     


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    looking solid ed, great summer steez. i'm glad you're posting here.
     


  11. e0d9n0b5

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    I generally like your fits Ed***, but sometimes I have a hard time figuring out your style. How does this fit fit with your more outdoors-y, tech-y stuff? not saying everyting one wear have to be identical, just curious about your inspiration.
    I stopped caring about a "style" a while back and I just wear whatever I want. I don't like trying to restrict myself to one "aesthetic" I get too bored of it too quickly. My inspiration is sometimes as simple as just biting something I like. YOU should just start posting fits again, yours were good shit! and thanks asobu! I'm glad I am too, all the other forums are ghost towns(forums?) these days.
     


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    jorts done right.
     


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    wayfarer square (no vis)
    rogue's gallery tee
    ll bean shorts
    wallies
    seiko 5 automatic w/RAF style strap
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    ^^ ah, that explains it! keep on keeping on. Yea, perhaps I should, but i dont know where my camera is. Im wearing this though, but EG work shirt and dirty bucks instead of RL and longwings. Probably purple socks. [​IMG]
     


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    not a big fan of the bearded dude t-shirt
     


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