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Well, they are to some extent, but they're not infinitely casual. If you want it to be more acceptable with wrinkled chinos, swap the gold buttons for something more casual. Overall, the formality of your outfit varies from piece to piece, so it ends up looking somewhat disharmonious.
The tie is pretty formal, the shirt is not. The blazer is pretty formal, the pants are not. I'm not even going to get into color coordination issues. I like the glasses!
I knew it! Looks better with Ewan McGregor's face, but even then it's only slightly better than an average American male.
What's with the loud shirts with ties recently? Is it a new trend in GQ/Esquire?
I am definitely not too old!
The tie is not for conservative business dress. The shirt shouldn't be worn with ties period. As a beginner, the best advice is to perfect simple combos first. Wear a navy tie with a light blue or white shirt, get 15 likes, then try something more adventurous.
I like the tie, I like the suit, but I don't like them together. The patterns clash in my head.
I haven't opened AAAC in years, but if it hasn't drastically changed for the better then it counter-balances SF no better than a LADA counter-balances a Bugatti Veyron.
PS is ugly, but those Drakes ties are (please don't ban me from SF)
This is a good thread. Someone posted a link a few days ago. Vox wrote this, I think, in 2012.http://web.archive.org/web/20120311035614/http://www.styleforum.net/t/287922/practical-thoughts-on-coherent-combinations-for-beginners
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