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post #16 of 34
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post #17 of 34
hi joe

post #18 of 34
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Originally Posted by mob View Post
Hi All,

what's a good luxury long lasting shirt than can be worn untucked?

Etro makes some shirts that are designed to be worn untucked. They had some at the Etro store in Las Vegas and I've seen them at the Paris store.

Though I don't know if Etro is considered 'luxury' around here. This is a tough crowd...
post #19 of 34
sorry but i've been wanting to leave an image response.

post #20 of 34
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

If her shirt were tucked in, she would have to be wearing pants (and that's a bad thing).
post #21 of 34
Define "luxury shirt"
post #22 of 34
Armani Collezioni Luxury line of sportshirts look good untucked. Saks 5th Ave has a bunch that run from $275-$335.
post #23 of 34
Hermes, Dior Homme, Prada, Vuitton, Balanciaga etc
post #24 of 34
i wear ETRO shirts untucked all the time,whats next no blazers with jeans...if you feel good and feel you look good fuck what other people think
post #25 of 34
I actually think a lot of this has to do with location.

For example, Los Angeles, where I live.. The entire "going out" crowd wardrobe is entirely based on the idea of casual, untucked clothing.
- I have an army of cool belts and can't remember the last time I ever got to highlight..

Also, the front tuck, back out look is quite common too.

Though I also remember spending time in the midwest where I saw people tuck shirts into outfits that, let's just say, could have used some untucking.

I do kind of miss the days when I could tuck a dress shirt into my jeans, rock a cool belt and never think twice..

But I can't tell you how many girls, when asked, "In or out?" ALWAYS say, "Wear it out!!!"
- At least around here...
post #26 of 34
This thread is useless. It is certainly not a regional issue! And for those of the "never wear untucked" persuasion ... you should be ashamed for commenting about anything in a forum dedicated to contemporary men's style. You need to get the stick out of your a.., people!
post #27 of 34
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Originally Posted by Please Respond View Post

Also, the front tuck, back out look is quite common too.

This is the look that says, "I just took a shit..."
post #28 of 34
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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post
Ever heard of underwear?

Yes I have but it still looks bad to to have a nice shirt tucked in.
post #29 of 34
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Originally Posted by mob View Post
Hi All,

what's a good luxury long lasting shirt than can be worn untucked? I'd prefer button down.

For untucked, does the shirt need to be cut differently at the bottom?


Here's a image of a Carlos Campos dress shirt untucked worn with wool trousers. This button down is made out of Italian fabric, french seams, side gussets and collar stays.Not bad right?

http://www.carloscampos.com/products...et-Dress-Shirt
post #30 of 34
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Originally Posted by Please Respond View Post
But I can't tell you how many girls, when asked, "In or out?" ALWAYS say, "Wear it out!!! - At least around here...
Or anywhere else in the world. Hence my comment about the AAC crowd. These guys sit around wearing fedoras jacking off to pictures of Tibor.
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