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Wednesday.

 

 

 

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The cold is coming and so is tweed.

 


 

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Suede tassels could work, but would be better with a normal hem rather than a turn-up. I might lean towards something like a blucher moccasin. A somewhat chunky monkstrap could be okay.

I wear my cuffed jeans with penny loafers, suede chukkas, chelseas (though maybe I shouldn't), and chunky black suede split toes.

I wear dark brown suede tasseks with jeans all the time, cuffed and uncuffed, and it looks very nice and appropriate. Just wear them with nice wool socks during winter, and loafer socks during summer. I'd say they're the perfect casual shoe, as they're extremely versatile. They work with nice slim jeans, odd jacket and trousers and even the more casual suits.
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Then it'll be tough, but I reckon if you want to dress this casually (especially with the turned-up hem), you'll need some different shoes. Suede bals could even work.
How about suede TASSEKS!? I almost chose them, but thought they were a bit too summery. Could have worked...

FTFY
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I wear dark brown suede tasseks with jeans all the time, cuffed and uncuffed, and it looks very nice and appropriate. Just wear them with nice wool socks during winter, and loafer socks during summer. I'd say they're the perfect casual shoe, as they're extremely versatile. They work with nice slim jeans, odd jacket and trousers and even the more casual suits.

Monkeyface gets it... nod[1].gif
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Sorry about my english, remember I'm spanish. TASSEKS. Alright, I think I will do it right next time.

 

On a more serious note, are cuffed jeans really more casual than uncuffed ones? I just cuffed them because they are a bit too long, and I'm too lazy to take them to a seamstress...

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Sorry about my english, remember I'm spanish. TASSEKS. Alright, I think I will do it right next time.

On a more serious note, are cuffed jeans really more casual than uncuffed ones? I just cuffed them because they are a bit too long, and I'm too lazy to take them to a seamstress...

I wouldn't care about the difference. More important things are the cut, material and colour. I always find dark blue jeans to be more formal than light ones, but again, I'd say jeans aren't as bound by rules as traditional menswear.
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Sharp shoes, Stitchy.

 

RD, don't let Butch corrupt you with his odd ways!  And I think your shoes look fine, too: true, I'd also have maybe gone with suede or a scotchgrain derby.  A boot of some sort would be even better.  Or sure, a loafer if you're lounging by the fire.  But as not so long ago tan shoes were only casual, I don't find yours especially jarring in this context.

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Stitchy, that's a really well done fit. Looks great.
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Beautiful tie stitchy

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That's why I have a ton of navy sport coats and grey pants...great look Stitch. I want/need that tie.
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I got the last one - ConradWu tie

 

 

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One for the scarf challenge today:

 

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No patterns, no colours, no PS, no natural light, no camera. Also known as the "I woke up very late and with no creativity" outfit.



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