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Rainy Summer Day:

 

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Yesterday and today. A lot of warm cardis and flannels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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@D M B I like your casual fit but I would change the undershirt... I never really understood what is up with those and Americans (I am assuming you are American). I remember when I lived in the US, I used to wear them, because you end up just going with the flow so to speak (also, I was very young) but it not really functional or "pretty". If it is too cold, I use a real undershirt that is not visible from the outside (and they are usually thinner and softer), or if it is hot and I don't want to stain the shirt too much or the polo shirt, or whatever, I end up wearing a white shirt or polo and you can't see any stains, because in the end, you are hotter because of the layering... anyone can enlighten me, please? Is just a never ending fashion trend?
I believe your fit would have looke better with no shirt underneath (at least not one visible). Either way, is nice. I really like the color of your jacket.


@SeaJen, great fits. I specially like the burgundy cardigan. I used a very similar combo for a New Year's Eve dinner party, I'll try to upload it later and post it.





My little contribution today:

 

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@D M B I like your casual fit but I would change the undershirt... I never really understood what is up with those and Americans (I am assuming you are American). I remember when I lived in the US, I used to wear them, because you end up just going with the flow so to speak (also, I was very young) but it not really functional or "pretty". If it is too cold, I use a real undershirt that is not visible from the outside (and they are usually thinner and softer), or if it is hot and I don't want to stain the shirt too much or the polo shirt, or whatever, I end up wearing a white shirt or polo and you can't see any stains, because in the end, you are hotter because of the layering... anyone can enlighten me, please? Is just a never ending fashion trend?
I believe your fit would have looke better with no shirt underneath (at least not one visible). Either way, is nice. I really like the color of your jacket.

 

I hear you, and normally do not wear a visible undershirt.  However, I'm a plain clothes policeman and while I would love to be completely dappered out at work I do have to dress in such a manner that I do not stick out like a sore thumb.  Not to mention I make it a rule (unless I'm in court) to only wear items that are somewhat expendable.  In other words, I'm not wearing $200 wool pants or shell Aldens to work.  But yes, the whole visible T shirt thing is prevalent in American street style fashion.  I don't mind it so much in a casual dress style, but anything even slightly dressy is a no-no for me.  In this case, I was at work.  Also, it's convenient to have a Tshirt in the event I have to put on body armor.  It's much easier than putting a ballistic vest over sweaters and such.

 

 

 

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I hear you, mate! :slayer::fonz:

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Here is today's rig ... sans t-shirt.  ;)

 

 

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With regards to no undershirt, I think of the photo below. I guess it's not popular in the States except if you live in Miami. :crackup:

 

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Here is today's rig ... sans t-shirt.  wink.gif










Insert fashion police joke here.
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Also, I rarely frequent these parts but I'm feeling Gerry N.
But you need to post brand details.
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Insert fashion police joke here.


LOL, I know right?

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Also, I rarely frequent these parts but I'm feeling Gerry N.
But you need to post brand details.

 

I feel you feeling me, bruh! :)

 

For this one:

 

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Parka: Engineered Garments

Shirt; Engineered Garments

Pants: Up There Store (local Melbourne store for casual and streetwear)

Shoes: Crockett and Jones

 

Today:

 

 

Cardigan: Hackett:

Breton top: Roue Libre

Pants: Up There Store

Shoes: Paraboot Michael

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@D M B much better!! I think the whole assemble looks way better with no t-shirt underneath :fonz:

 

My contribution today: 

 

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Mr Spain,

You gotta provide details my brother.
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Mr Spain,

You gotta provide details my brother.

Sorry, 

 

- Tommy Hilfigher shirt (custom fit)

- A&F (classic straight) jeans

- Barbour Sapper jacket

- Massimo Dutti suede boots

- Suede belt by local manufactorer 

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