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Also the print of the shirt is nice for a casual shirt but it seems to have a wider spread which would lead itself to be a bit more dressy. I would probably recommend a b.d. collar for something casual
post #20807 of 22470
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Looks good to me
post #20808 of 22470

Hem pants but it's fine. That's a super standard outfit that always looks good. Well done on the belt + shoe match. 

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Hem pants but it's fine. That's a super standard outfit that always looks good. Well done on the belt + shoe match. 

 

 

Yes it's a super standard outfit, but I have to agree with Erik in that it looks incomplete and not particularly interesting. I actually wear chinos with button downs often and I think you have to add some more casual elements to it to make the outfit appear more deliberate.

 

If you're tucking in your shirt and not wearing a jacket, I think the shirt sleeves would look better rolled up. You can also cuff your pants a couple times and put on some nice boots to anchor the whole thing.

 

Also, precise belt and shoe matching is overrated.

post #20810 of 22470
I find that I can't wear that khaki color for pants anymore, whether chinos or even wools. No matter what I pair with it, it always ends up lacking in interest and makes me think of cube farms.
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Congratulating someone on matching their belt and shoes is like congratulating someone for waking up in the morning. 

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Congratulating someone on matching their belt and shoes is like congratulating someone for waking up in the morning. 

 

As an engineer, I disagree. I currently have a coworker wearing black "dress sneakers" with a blue shirt, black pants, and brown belt. It makes me want to scream. And I'm asked why I dress so nice when I don't even wear a jacket just because my clothes are cohesive...

post #20813 of 22470
On the downside, it was 39 degrees. On the upside, brand new custom coat from Luxire just arrived.



Coat: Luxire (Holland & Sherry tweed)
Cashmere turtleneck: Uniqlo
Corduroys: Brooks Brothers
Suede Chukkas: Brooks Brothers
Watch: Timex Easy Reader
Wrist Beads: homemade
post #20814 of 22470
That's a really great fabric. Nice coat design too.
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post #20816 of 22470

Excellent as always, @Gerry Nelson. Some recent work fits:

 

 

TS(S) / GBV / EG / Heschung

 

 

EGx3 / Alden

 

 

EG / Uniqlo / EG / Trickers

post #20817 of 22470

Very nice @Cotton Dockers:) & Cruz

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@Cotton Dockers I particularly like the EG jacket in the third photo.

@mc2k Nice colors, trousers especially. And I like how you've cuffed them to hang well above your shoes. Gives the whole thing just a little bit of a relaxed vibe.
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On the downside, it was 39 degrees. On the upside,

I really dig this jacket. Great design and that pattern is amazeballs..
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