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I wouldn't say that I hate the footwear of the model, but I will say that it would make it easier to picture wearing the jeans if he had more standard footwear. Vans authentics, Converse All-Stars, Red Wings... You know, basic stuff that most people have in their wardrobe.
I own the first one and it's awesome. My first automatic and no regrets.Like I had mentioned previously... classic. Could you give an example of what you like, or something that's more lively?
YASSS! Definitely going to hit up that 3-fer deal. What are the colors? Looks like white, blue, light blue, and grey?
This. I side with Seiko largely because they are such classic and iconic designs.
So my parents bought me this watch ages ago as a graduation gift. I can't say it's what I would have chosen, but it is a very nice watch. That said, I found that I rarely wear it because it's so... gold. Does anyone have any suggestions in terms of straps/mods that could tone this down a bit? Thanks!
boom. and boom. I feel like i could wear an OCBD any day of the week, and nearly any season.The unfortunate part is that there are so few brands that make these with a decently sized collar, let along a decent price. Add to that the trim fit I've been seeing with Spier & MacKay, we may have a a winner.
Awesome! Thanks for the update. Test run meaning limited release? If so, sign me up for at least one, if not more.
Speaking of Oxfords......... Any update on those OCBDs? My current blue OCBD has holes in the elbows the size of quarters. I can only wear it with sweaters these days.
Agreed, buy what you like. However, I will say that the first option (field khaki) is probably more classic than the second watch you posted. While I happen to like that second one, it seems fairly stylized, which could make it a little less versatile and you may look at it differently as your style develops over time.
I don't have a ton of experience with unbranded, but do know that any jeans will stretch a bit from whatever they're measured at originally. When you wash, they typically go back to the original size, but once you wear them again they should stretch back out. If this is your first pair, I'd suggest going true to size or maybe size down one depending. The true test is when you put them on. You want them to be just a little tight, but not too uncomfortagle. If there's a...
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