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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby harmsalmon » Sat Oct 11, 2014 2:37 pm

for a forest adventure and the last night of my play. nothing too crazy but I liked it nonetheless.

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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby aziatique » Sat Oct 11, 2014 3:49 pm

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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby ramseames » Sat Oct 11, 2014 3:51 pm

why chucks dude
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby BIGBEE » Sat Oct 11, 2014 4:08 pm

My friend finally sold this t shirt to me
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supreme, w)taps, nike

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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby bels » Sat Oct 11, 2014 4:19 pm

chucks look good to me.

Something like innevas or w/e would look cool too but no cooler than chucks. A technical runner is exactly what I'd expect to see on the feet of someone with an ACR bag and because of this I appreciate the chucks even more.

I wish I could find that one LN-CC editorial where everything was styled with chucks but I'm beginning to believe I made it up.
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby Ques » Sat Oct 11, 2014 4:24 pm

i have no idea how to style this, but i will continue to try until i figure it out. it's by far the coolest piece of clothing i've ever owned. here's my first shot:

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i also tried wearing it by itself but we're gonna have to wait till i've lost some weight to revisit that notion. constructive criticism is more than welcome

jil/brooks/outlier/vans
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby aziatique » Sat Oct 11, 2014 4:29 pm

ramseames wrote:why chucks dude


didn't want to go w the typical sneaker/boot/etc. and felt this was a bit different, though I'll wear runners eventually lol.
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby inherently » Sat Oct 11, 2014 6:07 pm

figured out a good setup to take WAYWT pictures!

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H&M/Norse Projects/J. Crew Factory/LEC
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby stappard_ » Sat Oct 11, 2014 7:33 pm

btw people, page 113 was everything good about care-tags, great fits and a nice jizz. excited to see stuff from new people, hope you all keep posting
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby soundclip989 » Sat Oct 11, 2014 8:39 pm

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I don't really like how the blazer fits. It had a tear in it, so I fixed that, but I'm still not crazy about it.
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby jrisk » Sat Oct 11, 2014 8:46 pm

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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby PrimePrime » Sat Oct 11, 2014 9:21 pm

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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby deadkitty » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:10 pm

misc stuff

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eg, muji, kimmel, b&n

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facetasm, ervell, qlo, unis, redwing
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby wax » Sun Oct 12, 2014 4:23 am

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been trying to figure out what to do with this singlet since forever

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norse projects
bassike
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nike x fragment designs
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby oucho » Sun Oct 12, 2014 10:08 am

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Derek Mattison, Gap, Diesel, Nike, Travail en Famille sample bag

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the jumper is lamb's wool, didn't realise u could get blue sheep
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the bag is missing embroidery, it was inspired by Captain Cook's discovery of Australia and circumnavigation of New Zealand. The flowers on the bags are Banksia Serratas, named after Joseph Banks, a botanist on board Cook's ship, and the original illustration was by Sydney Parkinson, the botanical illustrator who accompanied him, together they catalogued thousands of new plants on the journey!
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Uniforms for the Dedicated, Travail en Famille sample scarf, Uniqlo, Diesel, Nike

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worsted wool twill, I love this fabric A LOT. The design was inspired by Shackleton's amazing polar expedition, it's decorated with cigarette cards and antarctic flora and fauna! The fraying goes a bit too far into this design but we've fixed that easily
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I really need some more trousers and shoes
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby Iliam » Sun Oct 12, 2014 11:11 am

@oucho
neat prints. the old maps are really beautiful.

i want to point out that your bag was inspired by Cook's arrival in australia (some might say his invasion), and not his "discovery". indigenous people had already 'discovered' australia tens of thousands of years before Captain Cook. I know that this may seem a small, unproblematic instance of this point but this kind of unthinking repetition of colonial myth is a deeply serious political and social problem.
i'm not trying to attack you personally so please please don't take this comment as such. it's a much larger cultural problem and i've definitely done the same/ similar thing(s) in the past. but hopefully you and anyone else reading this are now aware of it and will think/ speak more carefully about colonial history in the future.
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby oucho » Sun Oct 12, 2014 12:22 pm

Thanks! @50illiam

I am well aware of the negative, lasting impact of colonialism, at university I wrote a dissertation on why Britain should apologise for its role in the Biafran War, which was a result in part of British colonisation. I also made a mistake, Cook wasn't the first European to see the continent, but he was the first to step foot on it. Anyway I don't think that anything Cook did could really be construed as an invasion. Our focus was on the amazing botanical work done by Banks and Parkinson during the voyage, the bay in which they first set foot is now known as Botany Bay in tribute.

I do think that saying my use of the word discovery is the 'unthinking repetion of colonial myth' is getting a little over excited. although the indigenous people, obviously, already knew about Australia the Europeans didn't, so in that sense it is a discovery. I don't think there's any doubt that colonialism had many negative impacts, and has a lasting legacy which we still live with but to me the 'solution' lies in the acceptance and celebration of the legitimacy of indigenous culture. We have another design inspired by Bruce Chatwin's book Songlines which is a celebration of indigenous Australian culture (as much as outsiders can celebrate such a mysterious culture!)! Anyway I don't want to criticise you either because on the whole I think we are on the same level here I just think that you went a bit over the top!
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby BIGBEE » Sun Oct 12, 2014 1:22 pm

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Supreme
wtaps (XL :shock:)
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby Bryan » Sun Oct 12, 2014 8:51 pm

went camping or w/e for some adidos on Friday night

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some of you may be thinking "bryan why are you camping out 4 adidas? are you actually stupid" well i actually enjoy doing these little camp outs. sure you get cold as shit sometimes, your back starts hurting, and you may lose some feeling in your feet but DAMN that feeling when you purchase what you've been waiting for. plenty of people would love to camp out for shoes like i can, + you can meet some pretty fucking cool people. every time i've done it, i've made some p cool friends.

@ryan_firecrotch DEEEEEEEESEEEE http://www.ronniefieg.com/blog/ronnie-f ... -kith-nyc/ + the poncho from xibalba mainline
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby harmsalmon » Sun Oct 12, 2014 9:54 pm

wiwlast night

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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby danaleldey » Mon Oct 13, 2014 12:39 am

wore this yesterday. really liking flannel i customized.
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old navy diy
old navy diy bandcollar
old navy
vans

old navy lyfe
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby sknss » Mon Oct 13, 2014 3:12 am

What did you do yourself?
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby ducksick » Mon Oct 13, 2014 6:19 am

Came to rep belgium and neg nerds, and I don't have enough reputation to the latter

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Jan Jan van Essche linen knit
Uniqlo linen shirt
Ann Demeulemeester linen pants
Docs

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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby maj » Mon Oct 13, 2014 7:58 am

care-tags
palace x adidas
supreme
palace x reebok

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cp company x2
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adidas

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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby smiles » Mon Oct 13, 2014 8:34 am

ducksick, that photo would be more suited to 'enter my world' as it's pretty much impossible to see what you are wearing.
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby ducksick » Mon Oct 13, 2014 8:46 am

smiles wrote:ducksick, that photo would be more suited to 'enter my world' as it's pretty much impossible to see what you are wearing.


You can make out the individual pieces, and the overall silhouette, which is the most important thing anyway, it's what I'm wearing. So what if you can't make out of the gauge of the sweater? I think the way the photo's been edited is a more faithful representation than the original photo, which was mostly a mass of black
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby smiles » Mon Oct 13, 2014 9:18 am

What I mean is take a higher quality photo where you don't have to edit it to the extent that important elements are compromised. Translating three dimensions to two is already unstable, adding more interventions only takes it further away from 'reality'.

also texture is just as important as those other factors.

From what I can tell, your outfit looks cool.
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby Bobbin.Threadbare » Mon Oct 13, 2014 12:07 pm

Not really a proper WAYWT - just want to show off this amazing jacket.
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Fully hand done sashiko fireman coat. There's a lot of history in these (the amount of buttons, markings etc. denote rank). This is a high ranking officer (we're going to speak to someone to find out exactly how to age and place it in rank).

Katy bought it as an anniversary present and it's one of the most incredible things I've eber seen. There must be hundreds of hours work in it.

I'll write some more about it elsewhere sometime. It's not a mistake that it's indigo. This is an engineered coat.

Also amazing inner brickwork print.
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby jrisk » Mon Oct 13, 2014 2:03 pm

@djwildchina and @yoder, just uniqlo pbj.
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Re: Best of WAYWT

Postby arcticsound » Mon Oct 13, 2014 2:06 pm

Sorry I always dump a bunch of pics in one post all the time, I always forget to post them the day I take them :oops:

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Cloak, Ann Demeulemeester, Allsaints, Acne, Docs, Milsurp backpack

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Thrifted jacket, 3.1 Phillip Lim (almost sold it last week, so glad I didn't), DIY jeans, Docs, same bag

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