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Originally Posted by bebop d View Post
 

@Gerry Nelson Looking great as always. Would love to know more about the jacket and scarf. Jacket looks too saturated and sharp for French workwear. But strikes just the right note.  

 

Thank you! The jacket is actually French workwear :) It's made by Vetra. It looked even more saturated in the photo I took and I had to reduce the luminance to get it close to real life.

 

The scarf is really cool - it's a cotton patchwork indigo scarf similar to this one: http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/fukuraku/item/13etc-54-037z/?s-id=borderless_recommend_item_en

 

All the scarves are difference because they're made from different patches of fabric.

post #19247 of 22466

Your casual jacket collection is seriously impressive. 

post #19248 of 22466
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Originally Posted by scrolls View Post
 

Your casual jacket collection is seriously impressive. 

 

Thanks! Some would say excessive rather than impressive :)

post #19249 of 22466
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Originally Posted by CharlesKinbote View Post

Not great photos. Yes, that's a purple tweed jacket.

I like the idea, and even potentially the colors, though they're hard to make out. How do you like the fit of the jacket? Buttoning point looks low but could be camera angle. Bag looks cool, too.
post #19250 of 22466
It's been less regular CM, and more CM casual for me lately:

post #19251 of 22466
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Originally Posted by JIMB View Post

I like the idea, and even potentially the colors, though they're hard to make out. How do you like the fit of the jacket? Buttoning point looks low but could be camera angle. Bag looks cool, too.

Thanks. The button point is a few inches above my belly button. I've always thought it was moderately high, since I read around here that the trad rule is to have it at your natural waist. In any case, I do like the cut but would prefer slightly wider lapels.
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Nice @EFV you've been missed around here. 

 

@Gerry Nelson I know about excessive jackets... my goodness... my family thinks I have a very serious problem... the worst part is that over  here it doesn't get cold that long only three months at the most... xD

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FC X-post!

 

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post #19254 of 22466
@EFV

Comfortable look. Jeans?
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@Shen nice combo... although I always find your photos so disturbing :P

 

 

Warmer temperatures again, so it was a very very casual day for me  (please, excuse the craptastic photo, I will try to do better once I start wearing jackets or coats, again). All wrinkled up after a long day of work and a bit of  play afterwards haha:

 

 

 

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Edited by Chulillo - 10/14/15 at 8:00am
post #19256 of 22466

Really cold, rainy and unpleasant today so flannels, boots and cable knit:

 

 

I'm thinking about getting a pair of brown calf boots, what would be more versatile: dark brown or lighter brown,more cognac/ tan , knowing that I have enough dark brown, burgundy and black shoes/boots ?

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Watching the sunrise in workwear:

 

 

(Needles jacket, Omnigod shirt, Orslow fatigue trousers, Common Projects sneakers)

post #19258 of 22466
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post
 

Watching the sunrise in workwear:

 

 

(Needles jacket, Omnigod shirt, Orslow fatigue trousers, Common Projects sneakers)

You should go full Japanese, and get yourself a pair of Shoes like Pottery sneakers.

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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
 

You should go full Japanese, and get yourself a pair of Shoes like Pottery sneakers.

 

Thanks for the recommendation! They look exactly like what I would wear.

post #19260 of 22466
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@EFV

Comfortable look. Jeans?

Cheers! Jeans are Our Legacy.
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