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Similar to last fit and feel better about it since it's more casual.
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post
YesterDAY:


Yesterday Evening (8th grade prom at the local Mooselodge)




Sloppy know WAS fixed, picture was being taken 2 minutes after I was texted that my ride was waiting out front...smh

I like both looks but in the second one those shoes don't convince me
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Weekend trip to Kentucky horse country with out-of-town guests. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
Similar to last fit and feel better about it since it's more casual.

What pants are those? I just bought a very similar pair.

Heres my first shot at this WAYWT
Sorry for the horrible quality.


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That would look a million times better with an open collar white button down shirt. A t-shirt and sport coat = dirty jacket collar and dirty jacket cuffs.
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I am checking...the quality.

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Nice web belt. Any details on that piece?

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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
Similar to last fit and feel better about it since it's more casual.
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post
Anyone can do that Diggs. I suggest that you just discreetly tuck your shades BEHIND your pocket square. As much as I admire a lot of niidawg's pics I really dislike this habit of hanging one arm of your shades out of the pocket in some sort of pointless 'look at me I have shades' gesture. There should IMO be a simple form follows function of having shades easy to hand in a functional pocket where they are least likely to get mashed and even get a modicum of protection from your square, and good looking shades should be ready to recieve praise from your head not from your pocket. Just beware of hugging any fat lasses if you do this!

I find putting it in front of the pocket square allows me to remove the shades from the pocket without overly disrupting the square. YMMV.

+1. Also, hanging the arm outside of the pocket keeps them from falling down into the pocket.

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I am checking...the quality.
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Indeed.
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I am checking...the quality.



High Quality Hot Girl
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I am checking...the quality.
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I hope you made sure to check the integrity of all of the seams, and the suppleness of the lining...
post #5216 of 75908
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
Similar to last fit and feel better about it since it's more casual.

Those shoes look so effortless and so summery every time you wear them. Makes me want to buy a pair.
post #5217 of 75908
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Originally Posted by MrKaizen View Post

High Quality Hot Girl

& wife material too..
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DE blazer
Etro pocket-square
Zegna shirt
Kiton pant
Kleinberg belt
Pantherella socks
Prada penny loafers
Hermes cologne
Concord watch
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Originally Posted by spertia View Post
To my eye, this is one of the most flattering suits that you have posted. The whole thing, from the jacket to the trousers, just seems much slimmer-fitting than your usual. Could be a camera trick, but this silhouette works well for you.


Couldn't disagree with your assessment: the most flattering look of memory
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Originally Posted by LJubel328 View Post
What pants are those? I just bought a very similar pair.
Uniqlo last year.
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Originally Posted by MidfieldMan View Post
Nice web belt. Any details on that piece?
Uniqlo this season.
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Originally Posted by acecow View Post
Those shoes look so effortless and so summery every time you wear them. Makes me want to buy a pair.
They're quite versatile and comfortable. Definitely recommend getting a pair.
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