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To be honest, I never liked the look of a bd collar with a tie—I always associated it with the type of guys who would go to Macy's and buy themselves a "dress shirt." Super stiff collar lining, no roll and always paired badly with uninspired suits/sportcoats.UNTIL, that is, I saw pics like those from Derek's post on PTO this morning. Now I can't get enough of that look—it just has to be paired with an outfit correctly. And though my lined and modern BB shirts don't live up...
+1Also, in regards to foo's assertion that each shirt rolls it's own way, I think that ignores the way wear, time and washings can change them. My (lined) BB OCBDs roll much better now and look better than when they were new.
A staple year-round navy blazer from J.Crew in their Italian wool with a double vent. Measurements: Shoulder: 19" P2P: 22.5" Length (BOC): 31" Sleeves: 26" Condition is used and in very good condition.
A staple year-round navy blazer from J.Crew in their Italian wool with a double vent. Measurements: Shoulder: 19" P2P: 22.5" Length (BOC): 31" Sleeves: 26" Condition is used and in very good condition.
2005 I'm on the right. My bro on the left. This was immediately preceding some church dance or something.
Ha, thanks. The Super Bowl is tomorrow and the office I work in is also home to an educational institution. The students declared last week "spirit week", with each day being a different theme day. Thursday was twin day. Friday was team day (which team do you support?), etc. Except Thursday, I dressed normal the rest of the week, lol.
Spirit week at work for the game this weekend. Today is twin day. Me and my normally bald coworker friend:
I had the exact same problem with that exact same boot (well mine was the herring rebrand of the same boot), only it was the small toe on my right foot that rubbed. In my case it didn't just rub though, it got squeezed a little each time I walked, which was painful. It never got better and I sold them. Whatever it would cost to return or exchange is way less than what I lost in reselling them (I lost like $120--nobody wanted to buy them!)
I think the Indy boot thing is kind of along the lines of that weird junction of "American Heritage" and "#Menswear" 2-3 years ago when places like J.Crew were pairing Made-in-the-USA Red Wing boots with suits in their catalogues. I don't think they're forum darlings as much anymore, but I'm glad to own them for their utility and quality.I'd like to get maybe one or two more shades of blue OCBD—I wear them a lot, I find, and it'd be nice to have maybe a lighter shade to...
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