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New sportcoat and shirt. Thoughts? Posted here as I don't think it fits in with the MC WAYWRN thread. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I like the blue donegal. I was eyeing a Richard James blue donegal at Mr. Porter, but it sold out immediately upon hitting 70% off, as you might expect.

Blue donegal seems like a nice solution to the "I don't want a navy blazer" blue jacket problem.

to OTC: are we talking high tops here? If so, you might want to tell converse to get them off their target shoes....
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I like the blue donegal. I was eyeing a Richard James blue donegal at Mr. Porter, but it sold out immediately upon hitting 70% off, as you might expect.
Blue donegal seems like a nice solution to the "I don't want a navy blazer" blue jacket problem.
to OTC: are we talking high tops here? If so, you might want to tell converse to get them off their target shoes....

Low-tops...and it is a different kind of star than the high tops.
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Originally Posted by james_timothy View Post

I like the blue donegal. I was eyeing a Richard James blue donegal at Mr. Porter, but it sold out immediately upon hitting 70% off, as you might expect.
Blue donegal seems like a nice solution to the "I don't want a navy blazer" blue jacket problem.
to OTC: are we talking high tops here? If so, you might want to tell converse to get them off their target shoes....

Haha too bad! My mentality was that I already had a navy blazer and didn't feel like a grey one. Earth tones were on low priority so I wanted to try out this blue donegal. Glad I did. I wanted something really casual.
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Today's effort

 

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It's fine, emart (I like the shoes) - but what it brings to mind to me is how hard it is to wear chinos and not look like biz-cas.

Everytime I do it I feel like I'm in IT trying to make a good impression on the managers.
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I love chinos, almost more than jeans. If they weren't so damn light colored I'd wear them every day.
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Looks good welcome to SF!

post #2409 of 16836
Nice combinations and how refreshing to not have to read the tiresome refrain 'excuse the shitty iPhone pics'. It all seems very close fitting though, which makes the proportions look a bit :foo:ish. Welcome to SF.
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Yesterday
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*self-made pocket square with hand-rolled edges (accidentally deleted the detail shot).
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Looking good but jacket to effeminate and fashion forward.

 

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What's effeminate about it?
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Yea, definitely nothing effeminate about it. Not a fan of the tiny collar though...

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Newly thrifted GAP cotton SC.
Lands' End black gingham shirt.
Levis 514
AE brushed leather bals.

If you can guess the location of my shoot, you'll win the pocket square.


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What's effeminate about it?

 

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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

Yea, definitely nothing effeminate about it. Not a fan of the tiny collar though...


Jacket is cut very short, looks as if his seats half exposed.  Just like an Anne Klein women's suit jacket.

 

Or you could call it fashion forward Thom Browne style.

 

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