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NWTLevi´s® Vintage Clothing 1947 501XX Jeans Rigid W36L38 RAW (2007 year), Ecco Shoes Size 14 â€“ 14,5 US /48 EUR,Suits EU 52L US42LBy Libra
Levi´s® Vintage Clothing 1947 501XX Jeans Rigid W36L38 RAW (2007 year) NWT
Style: 1947 501XX Jeans Rigid
Material: 100% Cotton
Fit: Classic slim fit - straight Leg
12.5oz Cone Mills Red Selvage Denim (14oz after washing)
"E" Red Tab
Two horse leather patch
Double needle stitched Arcuate
Watch pocket rivets returned after the war
No crotch rivet
Two backpockets with covered rivets
Made in the USA
Front rise: 12,79
Back rise: 16,14
Thigh width: 12,59
Hem : 9,05
360 Euro via: PayPal +4%
G9 MODERN CLASSIC HARRINGTON JACKET - BARACUTA CLOTH
US XXS / EU 40
Very good condition, worn a handful of times.
Retails 390 USD.
Style didn't work for me. Size is 40 and I usually wear a size small. Fits very classic cut with longer arms and silhouette.
Check out GRAILED for other items for sale.
So at one time or another, we all stumbled upon the WAYWT thread. For many it was a shock. To outsiders, it's definitely supergay.
I know that finding a thread full of pictures of other guys seemed so bizarre, especially when tied to a topic as mundane as "what are you wearing today."
Yet we all return, browsing, critiquing, flaming, and repping. It all draws us back.
I know I look at WAYWT as inspiration. I never would have known that dior jeans could look good relaxed until 78 came along. I never know that pinrolling could look legit until Milspex and Sidney put their different spins on it. WAYWT opened me up to hundreds of new brands and different aesthetics.
But more than that, it's an interesting evolution of internet personality. Look at Kix, who went from hypebeast to pinrolled white jeans. Look at Chard, who went from nudies and nikes to flatheads and vans. Look at Tangerine, who's branching into streetwear with supreme and visvim. And someone please pull up the picture of Carl in the pink dunks and huge jeans.
You can say all you want about "the sufu look." There's definitely similarities in many of the posters, but there is still an amazing diversity of aesthetics. Look no further than Chris and Cheep. Or Crillz and Ayn. Or Digital Denim and Milspex. Just a few examples, but you get the point.
So what brings you to WAYWT.
For posters...is it E-fame? Sharing your aesthetic with the world? Promoting your products? Earning rep?
For viewers...inspiration? Looking at guys in tight jeans?
Feel free to sound off...this is supertrash after all.