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Quote: Originally Posted by GeorgePaul That would be a coat, then. I use those two words interchangably... since when does coat mean long and jacket mean short?
http://stevenalan.com/shop/customer/...18208&cat=1813 See where that goes on the zipper? I guess it depends on the jeans, but that's roughly where my Gap shirts go to. Is that a decent length? It seems a TAD long, like maybe an inch or two, but it's mainly because the front of Gap dress shirts are cut a bit long in front. They curve up and the side/back ends up looking good... just some of the Gap shirts aren't cut very straight in front so are longish. The...
Hmmm... thanks, you have same chest/waist as me, so will probably fit well. How long are they? Cuz I am short and that is a big reason why for example I couldn't do Gap stretch mediums and see if they were slightly looser... they'd just be too long. Like Hanes medium undershirts fit perfectly, but as too long. I don't care about wearing the really tight small undershirts cuz they are undershirts, but yea... can't size up. Anyway, I'm going out tonight and will try some...
So American Apparel fit well? I can't tell from pictures on the site since the models are all sticks... so it makes them not look very fitted at all. And, okay, maybe the picture above wasn't a great picture. But I think the main problem isn't even the front of my shirts... it's when I look at myself from the side it's frikin' wide. I have to take a handful of the shirt to bring it in like I'd like it. And, like I said, fitted shirts, like gap stretch, are too fitted...
Quote: Originally Posted by jabreal00 I don't know your age, but if I were to guess you're probably college aged. Most people on this site will wear their shirts tucked even with jeans. Polos can be worn untucked. There are some military type shirts (long or short sleeve) that look decent untucked. For the other shirts that you have, you could always take it to a tailor or alterationist to get it shortened. Here is what I think is an...
Where do you find t shirts that look like that at the bottom then? Cuz the Gap ones I usually wear look really wide at the bottom (athletic fit... and classic fit is worse). They look fine at top, but then never come back in... And really, from the front it always looks fine. Then I look from the side... and it looks like my waist/back is double the width because the shirt is too big at the waist. Then they got stretch tees, which I guess are truly "fitted," but I'm...
I'm new here, so sorry if a poll like this has been posted... just felt like seeing who wears one. And beyond that, what type, how often, etc. Just say what you will about leather jackets in general really. I have a dark brown one that goes down to the top of my knees. I love it.
Really? Curious as to why wearing untucked button downs with jeans is bad... hell, I think it looks a bit more odd to tuck with jeans if anything. I dunno, maybe I'm outta the loop or something. Anyway, I like wearing my shirts with jeans in that way, so anyone who wears them like that as well (and admits to it) or can help me here... please do. I'd appreciate it. Oh and thanks for the welcome you guys.
Alright, I've found close, but nothing quite right. Anything I want would be blank. Gap stretch tees are a bit too tight/fitted. The next best thing from them is athletic fit, which are a bit too big and definitely too wide down towards the waist. So something inbetween these styles (if you are familiar with either). Hanes undershirts fit pretty well, but they are undershirts... too thin. The smalls are what I wear for the undershirts, but those are actually too...
Yes, when I wear jeans, I leave the shirt untucked. In a more formal setting (and not with jeans in this case), I do tuck my shirt in. Anyway... can anyone help me? I assume I am not the only one who wears untucked button downs with jeans.
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