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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. pfurey

    pfurey Well-Known Member

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    ^ plain white t woud have worked better. I like the jacket though and your office gives me a semi.
     
  2. GoSurface

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    I really like that shirt pfurey.
     
  3. djan

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    I'd rather wear an oversized beanie (and my head is giant, so it's hard to find hats to begin with) than a fisherman's cap.
    You've got it from AllSaints? I'm pretty sure I have the same sloppy beanie.
     
  4. pfurey

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    ^ the black one, no. I forgot where I got that one, but it's virgin wool and insanely soft.

    I have a red one I posted in a fit a few days ago that I got from allsaints. Way overpriced as usual, but I liked how it fit.

    The shirt is a shipley geometric pattern shirt. It's a bunch of small white and black triangles that look pretty cool.
     
  5. Hot Dog Day #49

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    ^ the black one, no. I forgot where I got that one, but it's virgin wool and insanely soft.

    I have a red one I posted in a fit a few days ago that I got from allsaints. Way overpriced as usual, but I liked how it fit.

    The shirt is a shipley geometric pattern shirt. It's a bunch of small white and black triangles that look pretty cool.

    Do you buy clothes in philly anywhere? I haven't found many great places.
     
  6. pfurey

    pfurey Well-Known Member

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    ^ barneys co-op. that's about it. they usually have a good buy of mmm, boo, shipley, tb, ps, etc. sometimes zara, but it's usually filled with shitty / over-designed items.
     
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    ^ nice fit.
    ^ the black one, no. I forgot where I got that one, but it's virgin wool and insanely soft. I have a red one I posted in a fit a few days ago that I got from allsaints. Way overpriced as usual, but I liked how it fit. The shirt is a shipley geometric pattern shirt. It's a bunch of small white and black triangles that look pretty cool.
    Apologies, this is what I was referring to: [​IMG]
     
  9. mordecai

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    [​IMG]

    This is good. Lose the beard.
     
  10. pfurey

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    good fit to the dude above. clean up the beard, don't shave it completely.
    ^ nice fit. Apologies, this is what I was referring to:
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    no worries. I have that in red.
     
  11. aether

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    If you're talking about the study I think you're talking about, would it actually be worth it? Like, it delays aging and the onset of various age-related illnesses, but you end up looking like this guy:

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    I was actually referring to animal studies, but evidence points to its utility in greater mammals as well. Can you link me to the study you're talking about?

    thought this was svb for a second
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    hah @ funkdoobi talk. i remember him doggin' one of my fits but I guess it takes one douche bag to know another? [​IMG]
     
  12. mordecai

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    good fit to the dude above. clean up the beard, don't shave it completely.
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    Shave it completely. Manicured beards usually look bad.
     
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    ^ barneys co-op. that's about it. they usually have a good buy of mmm, boo, shipley, tb, ps, etc. sometimes zara, but it's usually filled with shitty / over-designed items.
    what about that furniture store? is that still around?
     
  15. pfurey

    pfurey Well-Known Member

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    there's a few furniture stores here? depends what you're looking for.
     
  16. wEstSidE

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    for the record I haven't spent a cent on my CDG chucks, both pairs were bought with store credit earned back when I worked at Odin.

    opportunity cost, son!
     
  17. GoSurface

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    I'm so over beards.
     
  18. wEstSidE

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    there's a few furniture stores here? depends what you're looking for.
    it was a joke about matthew izzo. owner of deep sleep (when it was still there) used to call it a furniture store, because it is a furniture store that sells clothes.
     
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    ^you forget about somethin playa?
     
  20. Fuuma

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    [​IMG]
    Linen duck trench : Geoffrey B Small
    v-neck tee: Uniqlo
    V-Neck sweater: VÃ[​IMG]ronique Branquinho
    Moleskine pants: Stephan Schneider
    Shoes: Repetto
     
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