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post #32296 of 117668
Pretty similar to what I posted the other day, took the pic for the slim fit khaki thread, figured I'd post it here. ocbd is too long (need to see if it will shrink in the dryer and then find a tailor in the urban wasteland I call home), I wish I had something other than work boots (suede tricker's boots wold look dope with this fit IMO), and not so sure why the shirt jacket makes it look like I'm so pudgy, I swear I'm not.
post #32297 of 117668
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Originally Posted by driveslowk View Post
Dior ass-sag must look weird with all of your clothes Simon. Don't see a point in wearing a belt with them, you may as well get other jeans.

I don't really see what's the problem with them ?the fit is really similar to a APC new cure/cure for example
post #32298 of 117668
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Originally Posted by SimonT View Post
Jeans : Dior MIM
Chambray shirt : Chambray by Monoprix (French supermarket)
tie : J Crew
flannel Sportcoat : B. Garbo (French brand)
Derbies : Markowski (French brand)
Gloves : JB Guanti

I like this
post #32299 of 117668
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
So happy that weather is warming up. Sad about hair.


Have to join in the praise of this. At least one element I couldn't have imagined looking good but the result is very good indeed.
post #32300 of 117668
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I don't really see what's the problem with them ?the fit is really similar to a APC new cure/cure for example
They aren't really the same, don't have the same silhouette and are a bit incongruent with your aesthetic. APC's you can dress a couple of ways but I don't you can say the same with Diors.
post #32301 of 117668
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They aren't really the same, don't have the same silhouette and are a bit incongruent with your aesthetic. APC's you can dress a couple of ways but I don't you can say the same with Diors.

I really, really don't see what you're trying to say about my jeans ?

For example, what brand do you suggest to replace them ?
post #32302 of 117668
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You're the only guy that's said it so far but I'm guessing it's the lack of cuff, meaning from a distance you can't tell if it's tucked or not. If that's it, sucks for me since I don't have the vertical room to cuff without the trousers turning into kvc-style (sorry buddy no hate )

Different strokes, but I agree w/ Jet on this one. Chunky shoes or low boots w/ funky wool socks would be more win here IMHO. Looks a little matchy w/ jacket. I guess the way your wearing it does give off a more clean/military vibe though.
post #32303 of 117668
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Originally Posted by pneumo View Post
I like this

Ditto. It's simple and it looks good.
post #32304 of 117668
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Originally Posted by driveslowk View Post
Dior ass-sag must look weird with all of your clothes Simon. Don't see a point in wearing a belt with them, you may as well get other jeans.
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Originally Posted by driveslowk View Post
They aren't really the same, don't have the same silhouette and are a bit incongruent with your aesthetic. APC's you can dress a couple of ways but I don't you can say the same with Diors.
APCs would be a little to mundane here IMO. It would still look sharp, a la Garoche, but I think the Dior sag kinda' gives a little more irreverent attitude (which you can't see in the pictures, obviously). I agree somewhat with your belt statement, as I feel a bit guilty when I do this myself. However, sometimes it just looks right. Usually, not.
post #32305 of 117668
guys, i'm wearing those clothes at work... irrevent attitude ok... but not too much with my clients !
post #32306 of 117668
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Originally Posted by SimonT View Post
Jeans : Dior MIM
Chambray shirt : Chambray by Monoprix (French supermarket)
tie : J Crew
flannel Sportcoat : B. Garbo (French brand)
Derbies : Markowski (French brand)
Gloves : JB Guanti

perfect.
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post #32308 of 117668
so nice. anyone know if someone is selling a similar ss scarf?
post #32309 of 117668
kelvkillin'
post #32310 of 117668
That knit is so good. Great fit kelvin
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