The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    Actually like this good job Robbie.
    thanks
    Robbie you look like a mannequin in that picture.
    I was backing up,stupid timer.
    ^ yeah not bad robbie. if it was simply a crew neck it would be cooler though.
    yeah, i agree... the sweater didn't last all day. It was much warmer than I thought it would be.
    Those pants are great robbie!
    thanks
    Robbie, that color combo makes me sick to look at it.
    Work those pants into some different fits and you should get good results.

    yeah, they fit better now than they had before (no pop for almost a month,not even coke) so i was at the point where I wanted to try 'em.
    I don't understand why people like roberts fit so much. I think everything's too tight, the shirt is ugly and the shoes look really blobby.
    my fit, or robert. I don't own a j crew watch, and only answer to robert from bankers or my mom.
    I don't think the pieces are flattering, the shirt makes him look really boxy and like he has no drop, and the trousers give him some bad moose hoof.
    It is the angle, the mooseknuckle is less drastic IRL.
    i can see robbie's nipples
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    Don't like robbie's turtleneck, looks like he should be on that 70s show.
    I need better knits,but am not to the point where I'm ready to ask for advice yet,jet.
    First thing that popped in my head as well. Eric Foreman steez.


    You guys got it all wrong, its Howard Wolowitz-steez.

    Edit: Too big picture. Link here.


    something along those lines i guess, though not as bad as that woolworth guy.


    Solid look nonissue.

    robbie should never step foot in a thrift store again.


    heh, i'm moving to a town of 700 without one i'm pretty bummed actually.[​IMG]
     


  2. GraphicNovelty

    GraphicNovelty Senior member

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    Ehh I really enjoy it. The trick is to have a sense of humor about it.
    Surrounding one's music elitism with detached, bemused irony doesn't make said elitism okay. It just means you have the worst hipster affectation possible. However, you could have meant something different by "having a sense of humor about it" and will not assume you're a cultural freerider that appropriates authentic cultural signifiers as mere accoutremont to your sense of detached "cool" but in my experience, that's been the code word of criticism-insulating irony-shield utilized by the hipster scum I have had the misfortune of acquainting myself with.
     


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    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    overcast saturday = more of err'body's fave sweats.

    [​IMG]
     


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    heh, i'm moving to a town of 700 without one i'm pretty bummed actually.[​IMG]
    wow, 700 is damn small. think the lack of a thrift store will be a positive though - reckon you'd be better off making 1 good purchase on b&s/ebay than 5 or 10 questionable thrift pickups.
     


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    nonissue is that the nom de guerre shirt-jacket from this past season? hows the fit?

    yah man, it is. fit is really solid, I'm wearing a large boo oxford in that photo, and the shirt jacket is a medium. Fit's super slim, but it's just big enough for me to comfortable throw a shirt under.
     


  6. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    Surrounding one's music elitism with detached, bemused irony doesn't make said elitism okay. It just means you have the worst hipster affectation possible.

    However, you could have meant something different by "having a sense of humor about it" and will not assume you're a cultural freerider that appropriates authentic cultural signifiers as mere accoutremont to your sense of detached "cool" but in my experience, that's been the code word of criticism-insulating irony-shield utilized by the hipster scum I have had the misfortune of acquainting myself with.


    words, you know a lot of them.
     


  9. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    So I was walking around the Plaza in downtown Kansas City yesterday, and it's absolutely amazing how people wear almost the EXACT same clothes that the folks on here wear but look 10000x worse. They look like freakin' hipsters and all of them have moose knuckle going on. On top of that, most of them you can't tell if they're gay or straight because of how tight they have everything. It's amazing how the slightest touch can make people look classy and masculine(as most folks on here look), vs. hipster and effeminate(downtown KC).
    I highly doubt KCans wear MMM, Julius, etc. Fuck, I doubt they even wear so much as the Crew
     


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    The opposite happened to me one time. I was talking to this girl like you described and she asks me what music I like, and I go Converge, Coalesce, Wolves in the Throne Room, Have Heart, blahblahblah. Then BAM, she goes off and starts calling me a pussy and everything and just goes on and on about Norwegian black metal and starts name dropping shit that I probably can't even pronounce or spell. At least she gave me props for Wolves though.

    kvlt girls, man.


    Have Heart, and she calls you a pussy? Posicore for life.
     


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    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    So I was walking around the Plaza in downtown Kansas City yesterday, and it's absolutely amazing how people wear almost the EXACT same clothes that the folks on here wear but look 10000x worse. They look like freakin' hipsters and all of them have moose knuckle going on. On top of that, most of them you can't tell if they're gay or straight because of how tight they have everything. It's amazing how the slightest touch can make people look classy and masculine(as most folks on here look), vs. hipster and effeminate(downtown KC).

    no, i've been to KC... they are wearing the same mall crap most everyone else is wearing.

    KC= /= brooklyn or something
     


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    Synthese, its looks good. I'm not so sure about the sheerness of the top, but you've got good proportions for that stuff. hair looks good too.
     


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    nice synthese, someone who wants to goth ninja and understands proportions.. a rare site
     


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    nice synthese, someone who wants to goth ninja and understands proportions.. a rare site

    sight, i think
     


  15. e0d9n0b5

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    sight, i think

    I don't think english is his first language, from what I remember.
     


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