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really not digging the shirt either. the patterns clash too much. either the missoni or the damir has to go imo... if it were brighter, it'd be the stuff asian grandmas wear to do farmwork...
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

contain that shit. be a puddle.

made me spit out my water rotflmao.gif
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Originally Posted by elisiX View Post

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.

a huge portion of the best dressed people on this forum wear nothing but 'jeans/trackies and a tshirt'. take the bib off and follow their lead. 

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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Is that a Marlboro patch?

Haha Its the old Marlboro supreme jacket from years ago.

Cheers for the comments all, for those that asked pants are carhartt, the cut is called sid.
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sorry for cell pics

brb, widening shoulders

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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

I mean, if you prefer untucked as a personal thing or whatever, just go with a shorter shirt. Tucked would still be the better option for the aesthetic you're going for, but at least a shorter shirt would look less waterfally.
On that note, I'm not sure your current shirt would look good untucked even without the blazer-- it's pretty long.

Thanks for the above. I see your point on the shorter length shirts and will take it on board. Regarding my preference for the shirt to be tucked or not, there is none really, but the reality is that no one dresses formally or even smart casual like this at my work. It's IT and very casual.

I have nothing anything against a much more relaxed look for my devs, but I wouldn't dress so casually myself in the office as I am a client facing senior manager. Furthermore, tucking the shirt in would gain a few laughs in such a casual environment. It's just not necessary or appropriate.

Of course it looks better tucked in, particularly with a blazer and chinos, but its not ideal for my day to day. Different company or role, sure, I'd be all over the tuck if it was appropriate. This isn't an excuse as you put it Brad. It's my take on the situation. I never claimed to be an expert.

Thanks again.
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Good news everyone! Getting my jeans adjusted. How much should I have them shortened by, 1-2 inches? Thanks

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Sneak tuck works for me with just the shirt and jeans. With all the layers not so much.
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Bala makes timbs look cool.
Breezy is so texture-y!
Coming into his own, kinda young is..
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Originally Posted by AR_Six View Post

Sneak tuck works for me with just the shirt and jeans. With all the layers not so much.

hadn't even thought of that, but now that you mention it I think I might agree with you

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RFX, your pictures would benefit tremendously from better lighting. Do you have a spot outside you could snap your pictures?
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Not a fan of the shoes, but I like the jacket fit (though it could really stand to lose the excessively long zip tassels).
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RFX, your pictures would benefit tremendously from better lighting. Do you have a spot outside you could snap your pictures?

 

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Not a fan of the shoes, but I like the jacket fit (though it could really stand to lose the excessively long zip tassels).

+1 to both these, jacket looks great

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