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Found some of my recent casual stuff






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Last sunday for supporting the local polo team (and I precise that's a real polo for doing polo not one those silly things....)

 

 

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Great pants.  Deets.  

 

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Double Breasted Suit: Louis Copeland (DKxLC)
Shirt: Bespoke from Raffles Tailor SG
Six Fold Handrolled Tie: Berg&Berg
Pocket Square: Mr. Jenks

This is probably better suited for the this thread.  It's more casual around here.  

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Ah sugar, didn't pick up on that haha.
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A reasonably summery outfit for a warm day. Sorry again for the rubbish photos.

 

Keeping it simply pairing a cream linen jacket with patterned pink shirt. Blue PS for a splash of contrasting colour.

 

 

 

William Hunt linen jacket

PRL BD shirt

eBay special PS

Ted Baker tan belt

Gap blue cords

Loake tan brogues.

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Great pants.  Deets.  

Thanks you, it's a custom made chino from Luxire.

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Originally Posted by SprezzaTrash View Post
 

Cross posted in the main thread!

 

Here's some summer style, inspired by this outfit by Mark Cho and some of my trademark vintage flavor. 

 

He wears a cream wool-silk-linen Ring Jacket and I donned my beltback 30's linen sportcoat!  

 

Pants are J. Crew, custom block stripe shirt, and AE loafers!
 

Details and write up on my blog if anyone is interested! 

Good job!

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Never thought of using long wings as a black derby, surprised I don't see them too often in a casual context. Should try out some more voluminous pants with the ring coat as well Gerry.
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Originally Posted by akclothpooper View Post

Never thought of using long wings as a black derby, surprised I don't see them too often in a casual context. Should try out some more voluminous pants with the ring coat as well Gerry.

 

I'll give it a shot! 

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It is predicted to be rainy and humid today, so I've opted for "business casual" - the most rumpled of navy linen trousers, and "rain shoes". Tomorrow promises to be better, cooler weather, which should bring about an improvement in my appearance.

Shirt & trews - BB
Shoes - J & M (from at least a decade ago)



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@An Acute Style just out of curiosity, is there a particular reason you leave the bottom button undone on your shirts?

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@An Acute Style just out of curiosity, is there a particular reason you leave the bottom button undone on your shirts?

My shirts are slim so they're usually tight in the hip/seat.  Leaving the bottom button undone is more comfortable.  I also think it looks more casual

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My shirts are slim so they're usually tight in the hip/seat.  Leaving the bottom button undone is more comfortable.  I also think it looks more casual

I see it as a typical way to wear an untucked button-up shirt. Nice casual look.
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