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post #77596 of 117677
Canadian tuxedo today. And yes I need a haircut!



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oliver peoples
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taylor stitch overshirt
taylor supply belt
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Bonus: brown oiled dayton boots with new mini-lug sole.
post #77597 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

Looks sloppy with the shirt untucked.

Meant to be that way. Tucked is too formal for my work environment. Blazer is formal enough.
post #77598 of 117677
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

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ManofKent you dressed WAY better before you found styleforum

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post #77599 of 117677
What pants are those The-Arm?
post #77600 of 117677
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Originally Posted by elisiX View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

Looks sloppy with the shirt untucked.

Meant to be that way. Tucked is too formal for my work environment. Blazer is formal enough.

 

Maybe tucked is formal enough and the blazer is too much but that doesn't work the other way around as you are suggesting. An untucked shirt with a blazer is always going to look sloppy, trashy, etc. If you're trying to strike a balance, there are better ways than this. This doesn't work.

post #77601 of 117677
If we were in MC casual then I'd agree, however were not and I don't. I'm wearing sneakers and for 90% of the day, the blazer is on a hanger in my office. Further to this, the vast majority of people in my office, mostly men, are developers and wear a t shirt and jeans/trackies. They dress like bums off the street for the most part.

Thanks for the feedback all the same.
post #77602 of 117677
It looks bad, despite whatever excuses you're going to throw around about it. You should at least unbutton the top few buttons. I don't agree that an untucked shirt always looks bad with a blazer though.
post #77603 of 117677
elisi, your shirt drapes almost the length of the blazer itself. it's like a waterfall of gingham down your torso. and gingham shouldn't be a waterfall. gingham should be contained. like a puddle. contain that shit. be a puddle.
post #77604 of 117677
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Originally Posted by teenagelightning View Post

sleazy pete

AHAHAHA.

So true. Also Sleazy Pete was fucking awesome.
post #77605 of 117677
Ironically, dude would probably look much better with a white T like his "bum off the streets" coworkers.

Regarding blazer with untuck shirt:
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post #77606 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

elisi, your shirt drapes almost the length of the blazer itself. it's like a waterfall of gingham down your torso. and gingham shouldn't be a waterfall.

Elisi,

Don't go chasing gingham. Please stick to the flannels and the plaids that you're used to. I know that you're gonna have it your way or nothing at all, but I think you're moving too fast.
post #77607 of 117677
Elisi even sounds like TLC
post #77608 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Elisi even sounds like TLC

Why, did he burn down Andre Rison's house, too?
post #77609 of 117677
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Sounds like I would have to get used to tucking my shirts in again.
post #77610 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

Looks sloppy with the shirt untucked.

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