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post #11926 of 16798
the only thing that is maybe out of place for me is the overcoat. but its beautiful and i bet its warm so who cares. smile.gif
post #11927 of 16798
With a regular shirt: yes. Perhaps pushing it a bit with the cardigan as well, but I don't mind a bit of pushing. This shirt can't handle the jacket, I think, HF.
post #11928 of 16798

AppleMark

 

Billy Reid jeans, filson belt.

post #11929 of 16798
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Originally Posted by zorglubb View Post


Typical outfit for me, still in uni.

Eviv Bulgroz!

Good fit.
post #11930 of 16798
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

Today..


Rare fail from you, those pants look like they're worn too high and they're too shirt + the yellowish jacket + orange pants is clowncar friendly.
post #11931 of 16798
Sorry - duplicate post.
Why can't I delete these mistakes?
post #11932 of 16798
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Probably more suitable to post in here. Not imaginative/cutting-edge, admittedly. What changes would add a bit more interest/movement to the look, without straying too far from the essential elements of it?
I'm not keen on formal/informal mixes - they seem incongruous. In this case the most incongruous element is the jeans The shirt and jumper look a bit odd, but will be covered by the scarf and buttoned coat, while the jeans remain visible even when the overcoat is buttoned - get rid of them!
Edited by williamson - 3/5/13 at 1:27am
post #11933 of 16798
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Rare fail from you, those pants look like they're worn too high and they're too shirt + the yellowish jacket + orange pants is clowncar friendly.

I gotta agree. And the checked shirt along with all of that...

That said, all of the elements by themselves are nice. There's just so much going on there, and no one element meshes with another.
post #11934 of 16798
Yes the socks are loud but I like em.

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And one from this weekend
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post #11935 of 16798
nice, i like the top pic better.
post #11936 of 16798
Very random comment here -- your belt is on backwards in the first pic. Are you left-handed, by chance?
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Yes the socks are loud but I like em.

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post #11937 of 16798
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Originally Posted by southbound35 View Post

Very random comment here -- your belt is on backwards in the first pic. Are you left-handed, by chance?

I'm right handed, until this post I wasn't aware there was a correct direction to wear a belt. I've always worn them like this, just feels right to me. Learn something new everyday.
post #11938 of 16798
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

nice, i like the top pic better.

Thanks. I'm a bit country so jeans, flannel and boots are still worn regularly on weekends to do house/yard work, maybe not appropriate for MC.

Here is another from this weekend, a little out of my comfort zone color wise.
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post #11939 of 16798
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Originally Posted by ckprax View Post

I'm right handed, until this post I wasn't aware there was a correct direction to wear a belt. I've always worn them like this, just feels right to me. Learn something new everyday.

This is opposite of how I wear my belt too. This would seem unnatural for me to buckle my belt. You must pull the tail end with your left hand and adjust the tang with your right hand then or maybe just buckle your belt with one hand (left).
post #11940 of 16798
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Originally Posted by ckprax View Post

I'm right handed, until this post I wasn't aware there was a correct direction to wear a belt. I've always worn them like this, just feels right to me. Learn something new everyday.

I don't know if there is necessarily a "correct direction to wear a belt", but the conventional way is for the buckle to "point" in the same direction as the fly of your pants and the placket of your shirt. I've read that, in some parts of the military, your shirt placket, your belt buckle, and the fly of your pants must be aligned in order for you uniform to pass inspection.
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