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J Press madras shirt
BB Irish linen trews
AE belt and shoes
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Edited by TheoProf - 6/5/16 at 8:25am
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I want to share a funny story about the pic I posted this morning. I originally posted it as "Father's Day". I'm notorious for forgetting holidays, so when my wife and kids thought Father's Day was this week, I just went with it. I guess I get breakfast in bed and my favorite meal twice this week! Life is good. smile.gif
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I saw your pic and had to check the date. Very funny. Happy early father's day
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Testing the mtm B&Tailor safari jacket today. Finally summer day in the city (y)

 

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@Ammanati very cool look. And perfect for spring
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This has shown up lately......What's with the middle button thing going on?  Is that just for posing for pics or ???  I don't know, but it looks strange to me.

 

Cheers

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Testing the mtm B&Tailor safari jacket today. Finally summer day in the city (y)

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The jacket looks nice.  The sleeves look like they'd be too long on you if they weren't folded back given all the wrinkles at the elbow.  I like the top block, but really dislike the jeans.  The creasing and whiskering looks unbecoming compared to the handsomely appointed jacket and shirt.   

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That outfit would look like a bad post college frat guy fit on most people but your tat and F-U expression make it edgy, and good.
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Testing the mtm B&Tailor safari jacket today. Finally summer day in the city (y) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





I actually like the jeans, the fade is nice and high contrast. I see nothing incongruous in rumpled linen and faded slim jeans.
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The irony, perhaps, is that I was never in a social fraternity. Several academic ones, but that was it. 
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The jacket looks nice.  The sleeves look like they'd be too long on you if they weren't folded back given all the wrinkles at the elbow.  I like the top block, but really dislike the jeans.  The creasing and whiskering looks unbecoming compared to the handsomely appointed jacket and shirt.   

Sleeves have been made as if I would wear it as an over shirt but I prefer to make it even more casual and fold up. I can see why you dislike the jeans. They are very old, have been washed number of times and worn sock less with loafers are ok imo. Very casual hence the creased linen shirt underneath too. DO you think denim does not work at all or maybe a different pair would do?

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That outfit would look like a bad post college frat guy fit on most people but your tat and F-U expression make it edgy, and good.
I actually like the jeans, the fade is nice and high contrast. I see nothing incongruous in rumpled linen and faded slim jeans.

Agree, for me the creased denim and linen actually work quite well. Does not mean though that I won't change my opinion in the next month when I look at it again. Safari can be worn in a number of ways, more elegant with a tie and more casual as here.

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Sleeves have been made as if I would wear it as an over shirt but I prefer to make it even more casual and fold up. I can see why you dislike the jeans. They are very old, have been washed number of times and worn sock less with loafers are ok imo. Very casual hence the creased linen shirt underneath too. DO you think denim does not work at all or maybe a different pair would do?

 

A different pair could work.  I just don't like the embellishments on this pair.  A more solid wash.  

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Testing the mtm B&Tailor safari jacket today. Finally summer day in the city (y)

 

Looks great!  I do wish it was classically designed and had a belt though. 

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@SprezzaTrash Thanks, was thinking about it and concluded that with a belt it would look almost too classic - therefore difficult to wear in todays environment (casual weekends, city etc)

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Following my own advice to my friends and wearing polos and suits.  Didn't know whether to keep my lame collar down or do the italian-1970's thing and pop it out! 

 

Wish me luck for my finals today guys! 

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Following my own advice to my friends and wearing polos and suits.  Didn't know whether to keep my lame collar down or do the italian-1970's thing and pop it out! 

 

Wish me luck for my finals today guys! 

 

 

Love it once again man, and good luck. I'm curious to see this with brown suede shoes/belt, too. Not a critique - just interested to see what it would be like.

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