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wearing vests with jeans is that a crime?

post #1 of 84
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i ve always wanted to wear vest but i am not sure on how to rock on it i am afraid it might make me look like a waiter if worn with wrong combination of pants and shirts i ve never thought of this before wearing vests with jeans but i think its quite brilliant after I saw this picture does it work because the vest is in velvet? or because of the jeans combination?
post #2 of 84
I think you already know the answers that people here are going to give you. Nevertheless, I will be monitoring this thread closely
post #3 of 84
Wear a wool sweater vest when it's cold, not that thing...
post #4 of 84
As to whether Hermes man is the real deal or a troll... I think it's been settled. You rock that Bieber Hermesman!
post #5 of 84
It is pretentious, stupid, appalling, completely grotesque. To escape the guffaw of my esteemed collegues, I would avoid such a horrendous outfit.
post #6 of 84
I can't recall ever seeing a vest with jeans looking good.
post #7 of 84
If you're going to do it, the vest material has to be more casual like a tweed.
post #8 of 84
For you it is a crime. But Justin Bieber is the law, so he does what he wants.
post #9 of 84
dude looks more like a lesbian with his new hair cut.
post #10 of 84
What is this I don't even
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post #12 of 84
Stop feeding the troll.
post #13 of 84
Seriously, these threads are infinitely annoying. The only thing more bothersome is people trying to give this guy actual advice. I know it's ironic of me to say this, but just stop posting in his threads.
post #14 of 84
Perhaps SW&D be a bit more forgiving.

In the mean time here's a kitteh:

post #15 of 84
Denim pants, denim vest, denim jacket . . . Bee Gees!
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