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Suede Dub monks are awesome...

 

Also, that @An Acute Style fit with the blazer and dad jeans hurts me :(

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Originally Posted by CruzAzul View Post

The pants are fine.

The suede double monks make Baby Jesus cry.

Thanks for the feedback! I'm a sucker for anything suede, and haven't seen any calf doubles I've loved. Is the suede a weird blend of formalities?
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Suede Dub monks are awesome...

Also, that @An Acute Style
 fit with the blazer and dad jeans hurts me frown.gif

Those aren't dad jeans, rtc. Those are denim trousers, complete with pleats. teacha.gif
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Originally Posted by JIMB View Post

Is the suede a weird blend of formalities?

That's it exactly, in my opinion.

That said I'm not a fan of monkstraps in general -- kind of the quintessential "dressed by #menswear" shoe -- but I do share your appreciation for suede. Would probably go with nicer suede chukkas or loafers there.
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
 

Suede Dub monks are awesome...

 

Also, that @An Acute Style fit with the blazer and dad jeans hurts me :(

I came to bring the pain hardcore from the brain.  

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I came to bring the pain hardcore from the brain.  

And the pain in Spain stays mainly in the brain . .
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Those aren't dad jeans, rtc. Those are denim trousers, complete with pleats. teacha.gif

This is what I assumed myself. Frankly denim trousers are a pretty choice in themselves. But I can't see AAS doing dad jeans and he does seem to lean a bit towards the bold.
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Today. I would also like to get some feedback on the jacket I'm trying on in the last photo. I can't remember the brand but it cost about $450.. What do you gents think, yay or nay?

Edit: I've forgotten how to spoiler, sorry


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@Chaconne nice fit in the Henley. For the jacket, looks good to me. Fit and cut look good for you and the fabric looks interesting.
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

@Chaconne nice fit in the Henley. For the jacket, looks good to me. Fit and cut look good for you and the fabric looks interesting.
Thanks, Frank! I think I'll pick it up tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by Chaconne View Post

Today. I would also like to get some feedback on the jacket I'm trying on in the last photo. I can't remember the brand but it cost about $450.. What do you gents think, yay or nay?

Edit: I've forgotten how to spoiler, sorry
 

 

Triple patch pockets in that fabric with peak lapels is very bold to me. Not saying it is bad, just make sure that is what you are looking for. Fit looks very clean through the shoulders. Waist is hard to tell, but I think the suppression looks right for your build. Buttoning point is a bit high, but that can be a taste issue. I think the sleeves are a smidge too long.

 

Up to you if that's where you like it, or not.

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I would definitely shorten the sleeves. The peak lapel thing is the main point that was holding me back. Thanks!
@luv2breformed
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@Chaconne agreed with above opinions: fit looks good, details are not for me, but if they're for you, great! I would not wear with that fit, which is great btw.
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