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Except when the temperature is over 50 degrees, of course.Which means the majority of the year.
Nauseous?LOL, this thread will shed some light about why I think most SF outfits make people look like buffoons at the office.http://www.styleforum.net/t/326622/renounced-mc-cbd-in-favor-of-toned-down-sharp-casual/0_100Most of the stuff that is SF "approved" either looks comically dorky in real life and/or is overpriced.The greatest irony is that they are anything but stylish.They look like they belong on the set of a Jane Austen period piece.I mean look at these people. ...
I have paired my textured cream/tan/beige jacket with corduroy pants. They also pair nicely with jeans. The key is that the light jacket just doesn't go with more formal wool slacks.
JCrew is the greatest OTR fit ever, IF you have the body type for it. What does a Mr. Ned suit cost?
For starters, burn the shirt and jeans. Any comments on the button stance?
Still need. Anyone order thin T-shirts lately?
These are now on sale for $50.
Sam, how are those shoes working out? I wonder how red laces would work on a blucher style of blue shoes.
Maroon pants with a dark jacket. Red accents in the shirt. I think this is a good "sharp casual" look. http://bananarepublic.gap.com/browse/product.do?cid=94973&vid=1&pid=686262002 Here is an interesting attempt at grey jacket with khakis. Does it work? http://bananarepublic.gap.com/browse/product.do?cid=94973&vid=1&pid=554779002 Maybe not the best example of tweed with jeans, but this is a combination I plan to do more...
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