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post #61 of 63
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Originally Posted by J'aimelescravates View Post
Has anyone else seen the Borrelli shorts at FB lately? I'm not sure what to make of them..
Yep. They're nice, they look pretty slim and basic. I'll probably get a pair when they mark them down again. I still can't understand why shorts aren't stylish to many here. They can be part of a great, comfy outfit if you wear them in health. And by "health" I mean no potbelly and semi-muscular legs. Also, no socks. Women wear skirts, why can't men have the equivalent?
post #62 of 63
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Originally Posted by Opermann View Post
I still can't understand why shorts aren't stylish to many here. They can be part of a great, comfy outfit if you wear them in health. And by "health" I mean no potbelly and semi-muscular legs. Also, no socks. Women wear skirts, why can't men have the equivalent?

I agree. I think the guys who say shorts are ungentlemanly are the same guys who still think wearing an open collar is slovenly. I dress professionally when going to work and look smart when going out, but I dont see anything wrong with wearing a pair of shorts to go to the post office or to get some groceries.
post #63 of 63
For what it's worth, a short article on shorts: http://www.valetmag.com/the-mix/063009.php?highlights which led me to these: http://www.hickeystyle.com/website/p...68UALB4VNK1LN5

Not sure I'd roll 'em up though. Seems a little affected.

Was in the RL store today and my favorite salesman, the very stylish Freddie, was wearing pink canvas shorts, loafers (no socks), with a polo shirt and blazer. Looked very Bermuda-in-Atlanta. I couldn't carry that off but he looked great and it worked well in that environment.
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