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post #17146 of 17879

Thanks for the feedback. It's called a waxed cotton trucker, from Gustin, but as you pointed out, it doesn't exactly look like a regular trucker. I think it feels too short, maybe because the style doesn't accommodate the cropped cut as well as a more "traditional" trucker.

post #17147 of 17879
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Is it ok to wear corduroy pants?

Maybe make sure they are your own first
post #17148 of 17879

What brand/season is this shirt from?

 

 

Also, does anyone have any recommendations (aside from Unis) for slim casual light-mid weight trousers that are <$250 and come in a true waist size of 28-28.5? Most of what I'm finding is vanity sized with a tag of 28 and measurement of 15 inches when laid flat.


Edited by J1994 - 5/27/15 at 2:52pm
post #17149 of 17879

Is there a 'best material' for MA-1 jacket for which affect its price tag?

When I saw a MA-1 jacket made out of cotton, I immediately assumed that it has the same durability as a t-shirt. 

post #17150 of 17879

Didn't get much feedback in classic menswear subforum, so I will ask here. Maybe it was more suitable to ask here first because I'm talking about jeans, but I'm new, still exploring forums. What do you guys think about this combo with beige/brown jacket/blazer and red pocket square or white shirt instead this blue?

 

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Didn't get much feedback in classic menswear subforum, so I will ask here. Maybe it was more suitable to ask here first because I'm talking about jeans, but I'm new, still exploring forums. What do you guys think about this combo with beige/brown jacket/blazer and red pocket square or white shirt instead this blue?




I would not wear that shirt with those jeans.
I would wear a white shirt.
post #17152 of 17879

And which color of blazer? Pocket square? I'm leaning towards brown/beige variants or even blue/navy. This is with white shirt, not same jeans, but I'll wear something darker like those two in pics.

 


Edited by R125S - 5/28/15 at 5:26am
post #17153 of 17879

If you already have a solid navy or beige, why not add variation with a beige-colored checked pattern?

IDK about pocket square, which seems to add formality to a sport casual look.

post #17154 of 17879

@thesftailor, I gave up on that combination because, this morning I found suit that I like visually and in terms of price so I will go with that one. Just still thinking about shirt, some say to go with more basic look light blue, without textures and details but I like that paisley texture.

 

post #17155 of 17879
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What brand/season is this shirt from?

 

Nonnative has done similar shirts, not certain that this particular one is from them but it might be a good place to have a look.

post #17156 of 17879
Hi everyone - does anyone have any advice about where I can buy good quality t-shirts that have a slimmer fit and are available in different colors. I have my eye on Epaulet's offerings, but wanted to know what else is out there.

Thanks!
post #17157 of 17879

YSL chesterfield alternatives?

post #17158 of 17879
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Hi everyone - does anyone have any advice about where I can buy good quality t-shirts that have a slimmer fit and are available in different colors. I have my eye on Epaulet's offerings, but wanted to know what else is out there.

Thanks!

Take a look at Sunspel and John Smedley. I personally love Uniqlo Supima, cheap and retain their colour and shape.

post #17159 of 17879
Looking for a retro styled heavy weight crew neck sweatshirt, something like the Real McCoy's sweatshirt (that one is 12oz), or Buzz Rickson, but under £100 (sub $150). Grey would be nice (not essential), as well as longer cuffs, v inserts around the neck, and boxier cut. Live in the UK, but I don't really mind about where it was made, just as long as the quality is good.
Edited by mondo-rondo - 6/2/15 at 3:16am
post #17160 of 17879
Thanks for that, good price on that (£85 in the UK) and really like the indigo (unfortunately OOS in my size though). Also found one done by the Pike Brothers as well, probably closer to the style I am looking for, but a bit more expensive.
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