Lately I've been embracing a style I would call "lazy Caucasian".
I cut the neck out of an All Saints t-shirt with a seam ripper. It's still a little ripply, but I'm hoping it'll even out after a wash or two. I might end up cutting some more stuff off the back if it doesn't settle down.
Shoes are the oh-so-controversial F+B Slim Jims (thanks to ToG for the hook-up). I'd put them easily on par with my CP officer boots and chelseas. They're not as nice as my Julius back-zips (with crazy reverse calf leather) or MMM side-zips (with burnished leather), but they're definitely serviceable shoes. My only complaint is that the leather part of the insole is a little loose, but I need to add an arch support to most shoes anyway, so it's kind of moot. The instep is also a little snug, but I had them stretched by a cobbler, which (mostly) fixed the issue.
Jeans are W+H straight fit raws from last season (MIUSA with Cone "1967" denim). I wouldn't mind a higher rise or a snugger waist, but I really, really like these jeans.
The talk on SF lately has inspired me to try cutting off the necks from some of my tees. Haven't done it yet. Will start out with some shirt I don't use too much, which I won't care for if it goes wrong. I dig the vibe the cut-out neck gives. Anything special I need to know?
snake pic deserves better lighting so we can see details. I'm not sure if this is the type of look where one would employ the boot-tuck, but I'm glad he didn't because the pant legs fall really well over the boots.
re: thumbsups: i don't mind some commentary in the thumbs up field, but only if it's succint. exception for tcwalter, of course. critical analysis is more helpful out in the open, esp for ipad/mobile users.