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post #3316 of 4942
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Originally Posted by PhoenixDown View Post
affordable, well fitted dress shirts? i just need something to wear to parties with jeans beyond basic tees and v-necks (which are fine).

something with buttons that looks good, worn untucked.

doesn't exist. uniqlo would be your best bet. otherwise find a design that you like and get it tailored.
post #3317 of 4942
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Originally Posted by uNiCoRnPriNcEsSx View Post
http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=168954
http://www.leathergoodsconnection.co...madebelts.html

1.25" for dress belt
1.5-1.75" for casual belt

due to inherent size differences, you're going to have to buy separate ones for each purpose

This is great, thanks. Natural leather looks incredible.
post #3318 of 4942
If anyone knows anywhere that has these Post Overalls Cruzer Chinos in an XL (36 waist) for sale at a reasonable price (even in a diiferent colour) please shout:



Alternative suggestions for reasonable quality chinos with similar side pockets also appreciated (I prefer these to full on cargos).
post #3319 of 4942
Jacket similar to a simple northface jacket? NF jackets always become very bad looking after a couple washes imo.
post #3320 of 4942
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Originally Posted by PBristolJr View Post
Jacket similar to a simple northface jacket? NF jackets always become very bad looking after a couple washes imo.

Which NF jacket - they make several ? Are you looking for a technical jacket or just something for day to day wear?
post #3321 of 4942
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Originally Posted by PhoenixDown View Post
affordable, well fitted dress shirts? i just need something to wear to parties with jeans beyond basic tees and v-necks (which are fine).

something with buttons that looks good, worn untucked.

h+m and zara make nice slim-fits.
post #3322 of 4942
What's the general consensus on cargo shorts? I'm trying to find some good shorts to wear when it warms up (for the majority of the year it's 80F or above here), and am having issues. Also what style of shoes (not flipflops) go well with shorts?
post #3323 of 4942
Hey SF, just purchased these in the black color and am looking to get one more casual shoe that is lighter (color). Can someone recomend me either a white sneaker or a brown casual shoe that is not too formal. I know this sounds pretty vague, but im just looking for some suggestions.
post #3324 of 4942
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
Which NF jacket - they make several ? Are you looking for a technical jacket or just something for day to day wear?

Just day to day throw on.
I have a polarfleece but am open to another option.
post #3325 of 4942
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Originally Posted by Russ24 View Post
Hows the sizing on the Chippewas? My chucks are 8.5, I hear chips run big. Think ill be alright with an 8?

Run half size big. You should be fine.
post #3326 of 4942
Looking for spring/summer/fall shoes for this year. Can't decide between suede bucks (brown or greyish), DBs (Beeswax or Tan), or some Black leather or canvas chucks/purcells.
Sneakers would be about 80$ cheaper...
Looking for versatility and bang for my buck. Mostly going to be worn with jeans, maybe shorts (but Im not afraid of DBs with shorts...)
post #3327 of 4942
So I am looking for a casual jacket, something like a Patrick Ervell Collegiate jacket but slightly more fitted, less boxy of a fit. Something for like his old season ones.
post #3328 of 4942
Are louis vuitton belts overrated? I'm looking at getting one of the reversible inventeur ones (money isn't really an issue) and was just wondering if that was considered 'acceptable'
post #3329 of 4942
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Originally Posted by Mark49 View Post
Are louis vuitton belts overrated? I'm looking at getting one of the reversible inventeur ones (money isn't really an issue) and was just wondering if that was considered 'acceptable'

Why not if money isn't an issue, but I truly believe that there are far better options as far as belts go.
post #3330 of 4942
I mean, the price of it isn't really a deterrent, but if there are higher quality belts out there, i'd rather not waste money
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