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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

Having a hard time figuring out what to pair with white jeans without looking like a Jcrew catalogue...

I have been trying on some white jeans and for me the best results involve making them look a bit sleazy, with long stacking inseam and sagged. I do not want to look like a fussy white jeans country club guy -- I would prefer to look like the guy who gets thrown out of the country club.
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Caveat 
"nice. Are they comfy? Buttero work boots I've found to be pretty unbearable."
 
Yes they are comfy, the suede is very soft, yet sturdy and footbed/sole construction is identical to common projects
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post


I have been trying on some white jeans and for me the best results involve making them look a bit sleazy, with long ass stacking inseam and sagged. I do not want to look like a fussy white jeans country club guy -- I would prefer to look like the guy who gets thrown out of the country club.

 

I know what you mean, I was thinking of going with a denim shirt thrown over that outfit, I posted it but because I n00b its getting moderated.

 

MOo

    try this its the superdenim head double cuff:

 

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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

When and where did those shoes come from?
Is it the "gray" colorway and just looks way lighter in real life than in pictures?
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Originally Posted by wzjradam View Post

Double rider looks a bit long?

i bought them years ago. the color is charcoal but it's pretty much black

short ass tee
Edited by Roxstar - 3/9/12 at 9:37pm
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post

I have been trying on some white jeans and for me the best results involve making them look a bit sleazy, with long stacking inseam and sagged. I do not want to look like a fussy white jeans country club guy -- I would prefer to look like the guy who gets thrown out of the country club.

Do you have any recommendations? something similar to petit standards but maybe with some stretch, and less sweat-inducing? I have enough 511's, and don't want to shell out for dior. Need lots of white pants for summer, i think. Last year was brutal.
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post


Do you have any recommendations? something similar to petit standards but maybe with some stretch, and less sweat-inducing? I have enough 511's, and don't want to shell out for dior. Need lots of white pants for summer, i think. Last year was brutal.


Spellbounds from okiya in antwerp the denim breathes well is very slubby and the're SE and MIJ 169 Euro. 

I might get mine tapered but I'm on the fence about it

another alternative is industryofallnations (but they're overpriced for the quality of construction in my opinion)

 

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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Do you have any recommendations? something similar to petit standards but maybe with some stretch, and less sweat-inducing? I have enough 511's, and don't want to shell out for dior. Need lots of white pants for summer, i think. Last year was brutal.

APC ecru petit standards. they are light and very comfortable. I have also heard people saying that there are some models that are see through or semi-translucent or something, just watch out for taht.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Jeans are GAP frown.gifffffuuuu.gif they just flare too much, and this is the second "skinniest" fit they have.

I think I'm going to have them tapered 1.5" from mid thigh down. Thoughts?


IMO all they really need is to be slimmed and tapered.  Nothing to think about. smile.gif
 

 



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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post
Having a hard time figuring out what to pair with white jeans without looking like a Jcrew catalogue...

 

I've found that black or grey - or layers of both - go well with white denim. 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post
 
Do you have any recommendations? something similar to petit standards but maybe with some stretch, and less sweat-inducing? I have enough 511's, and don't want to shell out for dior. Need lots of white pants for summer, i think. Last year was brutal.


7 for All Mankind has white jeans - very white jeans, not off-white.  They aren't extremely well-made, but are very comfy and fairly light-weight.
 

 

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I think Moo should get some new jeans that fit like, well, like jeans are suppose to fit.

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I'm thinking the shirt is too tight, or too short, or both.  And in retrospect, I also think more laid-back shoes would have been better.

 

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Edited by CDHagg - 3/11/12 at 11:34am
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I hate the cuff/jean/shoe combination, but overall, not bad

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A week or so of the Jack/Knife jeans being broken in:

821
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cuff em up
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
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The pocket square is a baby pink and the shirt has red/blue in it that isn't showing up in the ultra amazing iPhone camera.
Yes, the jeans are less than optimal. shog[1].gif

 


This has got to be the worst fit in the entire history of fit-dom.

It would be easier to count the number of hairs on your head than list everything that's wrong here, but it is worth pointing out--

1.  The ex-Commie-fob chain 

2.  Hideous shirt, of cheap tailoring and even cheaper material...

3.  The lower-middle-class American department store house-brand jacket...ill-fitting and again cheap material. 

4.  Handkerchief, in white(!??!) on a grey jacket, in some peculiar fold (!?!)...I dread to think what the material is....may even be loo-roll, or some sort of napkin...

5.  Actually, I might as well stop here...I am going to need professional therapy to recover after looking at everything from the waist down...not to mention a very large brandy....

 

All in all, an absolute eyesore...

 

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