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post #5731 of 16847
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

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like the shirt.
post #5732 of 16847
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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post

Good first first post in this thread. I like the combo of items, particularly the colors; however, as you've noted, the shirt is much too full, so much so that it throws off the whole look.

orly?
post #5733 of 16847
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

orly?
Yes.
post #5734 of 16847
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Originally Posted by acridsheep View Post

I don't get StyleForum's love affair with nursing shoes.

 

I like plain canvas sneakers for summer but all white doesn't look right to me.I went with Seavees in navy for this summer.

 

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Instead of all white, I'd probably do something like this:

 

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post #5735 of 16847

x-posting into the casual thread...

 

 

... expecting some dislike for the blue suede shoes. devil.gif

post #5736 of 16847
^ I love the shoes. I think charcoal slacks would have been a better choice here, however.
post #5737 of 16847
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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post

Yes.

well, i can see where are you coming from. imo, it's a casual look with relaxed trousers and boots and the shirt fits well from the picture...
post #5738 of 16847
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Originally Posted by patrick_b View Post

I like plain canvas sneakers for summer but all white doesn't look right to me.I went with Seavees in navy for this summer.

Instead of all white, I'd probably do something like this:

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I don't get MC's fascination with senior citizen sneakers.
post #5739 of 16847
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

I don't get MC's fascination with senior citizen sneakers.

I don't get MC's fascination with senior citizen clothing

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OH NO YOU DIDNT

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post #5740 of 16847
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I like plain canvas sneakers for summer but all white doesn't look right to me.I went with Seavees in navy for this summer.

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Instead of all white, I'd probably do something like this:

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horrendous
post #5741 of 16847
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I don't get MC's fascination with senior citizen sneakers.


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I can't disagree with that statement.

post #5742 of 16847
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

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This is all-around great. Shoes are Aldens?
post #5743 of 16847
NOBD, how are you liking the flex-welt chukkas? Fit good?
post #5744 of 16847
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Only until the Rangers finish the playoffs...smile.gif

I know it man, but I'm pulling for the Rangers so I hope to see a huge, fluffy, crazy beard after it's all said and done.
post #5745 of 16847
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Originally Posted by paradoxical3 View Post

 

Yeah, I might return them.  Believe it or not, I'm 5'8 and only 145 lbs with decently low body fat.  Not adonis (or even close), but I do play tennis three times a week and just finished a round of P90X.  

 

The Brooks Brothers shirt makes me look 30lbs heavier.  I guess I'm just going to have to start trying Barba/Finamore/Borrelli from Shop The Finest.  I've been scared to do so because I hate ordering things without trying them on, but clearly the ESF's don't work well.

 

For those that asked, the shoes are Santoni Fatte e Mano.  They are my favorite boots I own - I'm thrilled with them.  Great construction, beautiful channeled sole, and ultra comfortable.  

 

Maybe try Charles Tyrwhitt tailored fit? I just got some in and these are the first shirts I've ever had that don't need tailoring. The last two auditions were Brooks Brothers Slim (OK in chest and shoulders but the shoulder seams hang just barely off mine and the waist needs to be taken in) and Costco's Kirkland "Slim Fit" (slim, my ass).

 

I had to send my very first CT shirt back to get an additional inch in the sleeves on the replacement but these in 16.5/35 are pretty much dead on for me. 6', 180 lbs, 41.5 chest 31 waist.

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