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anyone have the suddenlee link to uniqlo? i don't see uniqlo listed on their site...

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Originally Posted by Cacatfish View Post

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Could work with the right blazer, not that one though. Too black and looks like an orphaned suit jacket.
I have to disagree with the color working on Fuuma's fit. I can get behind the coat and even the green sweater and dashes of white, but that blue in the pants wrecks the vibe. Different pants and it would be a knockout.

Pants are light grey, a colour that works great with the apple green and light and dark beige.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Does not work, the key to mixing levels of formality is to do it throughout the outfit and not dressy top, casual bottom. That shit is #menswear and doesn't work.

it's just a blue blazer with blue jeans and bucks. i dont see how it doesnt work

maybe a pinroll instead of wide cuffs. i dunno

i feel like svb fits look awkward sometimes because he has no muscle on top. hit the gym bro
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

it's just a blue blazer with blue jeans and bucks. i dont see how it doesnt work
maybe a pinroll instead of wide cuffs. i dunno
i feel like svb fits look awkward sometimes because he has no muscle on top. hit the gym bro

He doesn't really have much muscle on the bottom either. Anyway, I agree with Fuuma. Even if it's not really 'formal' it looks much more like he's dressed to fit a certain setting (even if not a super dressy one) on the top while on bottom it's as casual as he wishes. It's not some grave disaster but it does strike me as a bit incogruent.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Pants are light grey, a colour that works great with the apple green and light and dark beige.

On my monitor it looks like a sort of mid concrete grey (bluish grey) which doesnt seem to happy with the color of the coat.
Id say any two colors in there would work fine but not all together. It's like three mid-value colors that kind of wander and dont really compliment each other or create a strong contrast. If the pants were a very light pure grey, Id think it would set it off better. Or else maybe a strong darker color like navy. Black might even look cool.
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

IronKnochs, the pants arent carhartt are they?!!?


Yep, Carhartt Sid Pants. Highly recommend them - best chinos I own (and I've had W+H chinos). I have two pairs of these at the moment, amazing for £70 each.

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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

it's just a blue blazer with blue jeans and bucks. i dont see how it doesnt work
maybe a pinroll instead of wide cuffs. i dunno
i feel like svb fits look awkward sometimes because he has no muscle on top. hit the gym bro

the blazer (alone) is not the problem.

And putting on muscle sure as hell isn't the solution. facepalm.giffacepalm.giffacepalm.gif
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fwiw, it's the Epaulet navy hopsack blazer, not some orphaned suit jacket as some were assuming.

 

I did put some thought into choosing an OCBD and a knit tie instead of an actual dress shirt & regular tie but those choices may be too esoteric for most people to notice.

 

fuuma's fit above is probably a better example of what I should go for in this type of look, minus the ridiculously foofie pocket square, of course

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pocket squares, if worn, should just be shoved into the pockets. pocket square origami is makes you a pansy or a dandy teacha.gif
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

fwiw, it's the Epaulet navy hopsack blazer, not some orphaned suit jacket as some were assuming.


Oops for some reason it looked like a really smooth gab to me.
Id say the rougher the texture it has in person the better it'll look with those jeans.
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

pocket squares, if worn, should just be shoved into the pockets. pocket square origami is makes you a pansy or a dandy teacha.gif

Conditional on the square being made of silk, I agree with you. If the square is made of cotton or linen, I believe a simple TV fold is quite nice.
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It all depends on how much of a peacock you want to be, and how it fits into the rest of your outfit. If you're Luca Rubinacci, for instance, you can probably get away with something more foppish than if you are one of the regulars in the CBD thread.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

^ that shirt is great Moo

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Parker, it is from Al. It was a deadstock piece at Al's shop that, for reasons which shall not be discussed in public, was not picked up by SE.
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one of your bold plaid shirts might look good under that blue blazer, svb. more of a casual/rugged vibe.
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or be a badass and wear it with a hanes v neck
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