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I like the red shirt, solid fit
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faliero sarti
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visvim leather
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uggs (no vis) (seriously)
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Thanks for the quick input guys—here are a couple quick alterations.


With the Purcells:


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And with different shoes:

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And yeah, Synthese, two things: first, I have always had a rough time figuring out hair; I'm hoping that I can just keep growing it out longer and then, from time to time, get a quick trim on the sides and a thinning-out up top. Second, I think you're right about the shoes. Not that I don't love my Purcells (I do), I just think that a black boot with a heel (and/or maybe Chelsea-style?) would be pretty sweet with the cuffed jeans.

(Also: the shirt-sleeves wound up running higher. Woops.)
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Please don't tuck your shirt into jeans redface.gif

Today is casual day at wurk and on these days I have started wearing jeans with untucked shirt because tucking in jeans looks weak 90% of the time. I get a fair amount of grief about it from co-workers as well as "yep keep doing that, looks better."
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Today is casual day at wurk and on these days I have started wearing jeans with untucked shirt because tucking in jeans looks weak 90% of the time. I get a fair amount of grief about it from co-workers as well as "yep keep doing that, looks better."


 

Yeah, it works sometimes, but (and go look in the MC casual thread) you either look like a dork or somebody's dad 9/10 times.  I think it's okay if you're older but in this case, definitely untuck.

 

@thewho: looks infinitely better with the second shoes redface.gif, but don't unbutton the bottom of the shirt like that and I kinda agree that the shirt sleeves are rolled up a bit too high - but fix those and it's a good look.  As for hair, maybe just put some shit in it - synth, I also wouldn't mind knowing how you get yours to look like that lol.

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Today is casual day at wurk and on these days I have started wearing jeans with untucked shirt because tucking in jeans looks weak 90% of the time. I get a fair amount of grief about it from co-workers as well as "yep keep doing that, looks better."

I've been tucking shirts into those white 511's I bought and I think it looks ok. Well, once or twice. Could be totally wrong.
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As for hair, maybe just put some shit in it - synth, I also wouldn't mind knowing how you get yours to look like that lol.

Like what? I guess the short answer is "genetics." I can't really do the respectable comb-over thing.
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i think there are times with white and black denim that it can work, but I almost never like it with indigo
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Thewho should lose his glasses, looks like standard awkward kid from 80s teenage movie. Don't think you should roll your sleeves either.
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faliero sarti
attachment leather and shirt
jeans
augusta
rcI97.jpg
visvim leather
geller sweat
jeans
uggs (no vis) (seriously)

Really nice. Got any close-ups of those augustas?
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Thewho should lose his glasses, looks like standard awkward kid from 80s teenage movie. Don't think you should roll your sleeves either.

I kind of like the glasses. Maybe he should just do some curls? smile.gif
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he should follow the fuji "change your workout every week" program.
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Taking the Koi shirt out for a little more formal spin, suit is the Weller in midnight navy.

really liking this, from the epaulet threak shog[1].gif
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"are those painted gats? I don't think we can hang out again or we will be wearing the same thing..."

hey, i had em first! cool.gif
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post

Today is casual day at wurk and on these days I have started wearing jeans with untucked shirt because tucking in jeans looks weak 90% of the time. I get a fair amount of grief about it from co-workers as well as "yep keep doing that, looks better."
I think the rise is a good part of it. Low-rise jeans + tucked shirt --> Eurotrashy a lot of the time. Also, tucked shirt + cuffed jeans is often just a chambray away from superdenim territory.
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really liking this, from the epaulet threak shog[1].gif
Me too.
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