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Can't go wrong with a pair of Jack Purcells? $60ish, clean looking, go with everything. Really hard to find a fault with them. They genuinely do go with everything.
I hate to seem like a fanboy (what with posting the same store twice in one thread)  but   http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/sportcoatsandvests/Ludlowsportcoats/PRDOVR~37365/37365.jsp   Unfortunately my friend, you picked the wrong time of year to be looking for anything unstructured. All the summer stuff just went out, all the heavier wool/herringbone stuff is coming in for the fall/winter season. You could browse around the sale sections of other sites, such as brooks...
@ToledoStyle     Well those MAY not be your best bet... IDK if you're looking for standard wingtips or are less picky about it but those my friend are longwings, which are a little bit less standard. For a day-to-day beat-em-up shoe longwings might not be the look you're going for since they are a bit odd. that being said, here's an option for standard wingtips:    http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/shoes/oxfords/PRDOVR~55752/55752.jsp   Rubber soles like...
Motorcycle Boots. Seriously, they really would go well with that and some dark denim, all stereotyping aside. I know you said no sneakers, but Varvatos Converse look great with that as well... Perhaps if the biker boots are too hardcore, a pair of black Chelsea Boots? 
  Just got this cardigan, any ideas from anybody? any help i can get is appreciated   Cheers
I got a nice white fleece cardigan from Ralph Lauren, and I tend to have a pretty preppy style generally (especially in the summer) and while i like it a lot, I'd like some suggestions for what to wear with it? all suggestions are appreciated (telling me "just return it" or something of that nature, is not)   http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12561234&cp=1766205.1766231&ab=ln_men_cs2_sweatshirts&parentPage=family   Cheers
I'm looking to class up my shoes a bit since my day-to-day shoes are either a pair of varvatos converse with jeans, or a pair of topsiders with chinos/shorts, so i figured a nice loafer would be a good investment for chinos and shorts at least (I may be the only one but i personally think loafers or boat shoes look somewhat out of place with jeans, so I'm already decided on getting Clark's to fill that role). I was wondering what you guys think about driving loafers? and...
Or Ivy hat, or driver hat. whatever you want to call it. Who wears them, and if you do, can I have some advice? I'd like to start working them into my wardrobe, and I'm looking for some inspiration.   Cheers
@Krissly   If you're not comfortable with slim denim, that's a shame but to each their own i guess :) relaxed denim isn't too hard to find, and the choice of brands are endless so i figured I'd just list a few of my favorites (for jeans) and you can look wherever   American Eagle: Lowest end for me, jeans mx out at around 50, and can bottom out as low as 20 when on sale. They DO have a relaxed fit section, though their straight legs tend to be baggy, and run on...
You know, it's weird, but i tried on a different Lacoste polo, same size, and the hem was perfect. obviously some inconsistency with the brand here because I'm very confused. I'd have thought the "ultra slim" or "slim" would be hemmed the same way a normal one is but i guess i was wrong....
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