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post #82396 of 116080
The fabric on the blazer is almost fleece like, which the pic doesn't really portray. The button up is also a heavier oxford, much more casual than a dress/sport shirt. And I do agree that sweats+blazer is usually a no-no, but in this case the blazer is more of a cardigan/sweater.
post #82397 of 116080
i don't care what you say, wearing a button up and sweat pants is absurd, add a blazer and it just looks silly.

and put on some shoes dude. or at least crop that shit out.
post #82398 of 116080
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

i don't care what you say, wearing a button up and sweat pants is absurd, add a blazer and it just looks silly.
and put on some shoes dude. or at least crop that shit out.

business x casual 2013 bro
post #82399 of 116080
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

lets be honest, checking a thumb, to see if someone maybe left a comment in a photo, going to the photo and checking for comments..... is all more cumbersome than thumb comments which were right there and super easy to see. as much as the new fact is cool, i dont think it is the solution.
/debbie downer

Having discussions within discussions can potentially be great. But I guess this is what reddit tree-style discussions are for, however, it becomes quickly difficult to navigate enormous reddit threads because they're not sequential. For this community it could be especially great as discussions can be started around certain fits while still being bound by WAYWT context. Unfortunately forum software like this wasn't conceived to do anything like this.
post #82400 of 116080

Lots of forums in the 90s and early 00s had linear-threaded discussion enabled, but it was confusing to read and never really caught on

post #82401 of 116080
grainy and blurry, bleh
forever bizcash :/
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post #82402 of 116080

^ so good

post #82403 of 116080
Keeping it pretty simple today



Shirt: Vince
Watch: Hamilton
Pants: GANT by Michael Bastian
Shoes: Rag & Bone
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post #82404 of 116080
Brothersport, how do you find the duffle with and without your knit on? too big without the knit or what?
post #82405 of 116080
Brothersport. Cut the hair.
post #82406 of 116080
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

Lots of forums in the 90s and early 00s had linear-threaded discussion enabled, but it was confusing to read and never really caught on

before the switch, there was an option to use hybrid view, which i think is the same as what you refer to. apparently there was only one user who used that view.
post #82407 of 116080

^ yup, that was it. Slashdot or HN style threading sans voting would probably work decently for WAYWT, RP discussion, less so for RFT. It's a hard balance to strike, and there are lots of UX issues that come to mind immediately

post #82408 of 116080
brothersport, aren't those 316 duffles so great? One of the few things I've kept in my transition from #menswear to the dark side. The weight of material/fit/construction is all so great, goes with a range of clothes too
post #82409 of 116080
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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

that is cringe-worthy, feji. please do not wear sweatpants with a blazer and button up......

My first roommate in college did this, and would always waltz into class 10 min late in that sort of attire. ffffuuuu.gif
post #82410 of 116080
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Originally Posted by slstr View Post

^ so good
thanks!
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

Brothersport, how do you find the duffle with and without your knit on? too big without the knit or what?
It's not too bad either way. Chest is comparatively tighter than the rest of the body, so I notice the chest to be a bit tight when I layer. The knit compresses pretty easily so it doesn't make a massive difference.
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Originally Posted by wzjradam View Post

Brothersport. Cut the hair.
lol just did a couple of weeks ago. Gotta clean up the back/top.
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brothersport, aren't those 316 duffles so great? One of the few things I've kept in my transition from #menswear to the dark side. The weight of material/fit/construction is all so great, goes with a range of clothes too
Haha this is my go-to still (more out of necessity). It really gets me through the mild winters. Weight surprisingly holds up and the fit is nice. As for construction, I might not be the best judge, but I haven't noticed too much wear. I wish the zipper were a bit more substantial and I wish the collar popped more easily while open or w/ a scarf, but I can't complain. I wasn't huge on the boiled wool at 1st, but it's grown on me.
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