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post #12061 of 16163
looks excellent. who makes the cord jacket?
post #12062 of 16163
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I don't actually get how you can take such an authoritative tone when you clearly have no idea what you're talking about

I'm not at liberty to divulge how high up my sources in the Vatican go
post #12063 of 16163
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

looks excellent. who makes the cord jacket?

Thanks stitches. It's an old Engineered Garments bedford.
post #12064 of 16163
very cool, thanks.
post #12065 of 16163
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Try those Falke, they have a silicon insert in the heel to prevent slippage.

They are really invisible and also pretty long lasting.

 

I think Sperry liner socks have similar rubber ribbing in the heel to keep them in place, in case he has an easier time finding that brand.

post #12066 of 16163
Their site may be down, but I like the no-show socks from moccsocks.myshopify.com/. No silicon but they secure on my feet just fine, and they're significantly less expensive thank Falke.
post #12067 of 16163
I bought all my Falke and plain Marcoliani from Socksfox.com, good price and free shipping worldwide.
post #12068 of 16163
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Originally Posted by TheSizzle View Post

When it comes to untucking a shirt, the outfit immediately becomes more casual (in most any case I can consider, but there may be exceptions). It can work well for casual summer wear, and most people are more forgiving of the fit of that shirt, since billowing is less apparent. However, I think the length of the shirt needs to be more precise. You really can't pull off an untucked shirt that's too long in the body without it looking like some kind of middle school painting smock.

Untucking a shirt, is the first sign that you may be gaining weight and don't want to show it.  Or maybe you hanging out with same and don't want to look different or show them up.  In the 50's it was a symbol of rebellion among young people.

 

Just my impulsive worthless opinion, but isn't that what the internet is for?

 

Cheers,.

post #12069 of 16163
Getting hot outside. Definitely more MC than casual today, but undid the collar just for you guys.



(color of belt and shoes is brown, but in lightening the image it didn't come out properly)

Shirt: BB ESF
Tie: JCrew
Watch: JCrew Timex
Belt: BR
Pants: Epaulet
Socks: Gap
Shoes: BR
post #12070 of 16163
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Their site may be down, but I like the no-show socks from moccsocks.myshopify.com/. No silicon but they secure on my feet just fine, and they're significantly less expensive thank Falke.
I wear the same and rarely have an issue with them slipping off, but they do show on some shoes.
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Untucking a shirt, is the first sign that you may be gaining weight and don't want to show it.  Or maybe you hanging out with same and don't want to look different or show them up.  In the 50's it was a symbol of rebellion among young people.

Just my impulsive worthless opinion, but isn't that what the internet is for?

Cheers,.

I disagree with the weight gain comment. I think untucking a sport/dress shirt can make for a good casual look. It can make someone look less uptight. If you are so conscious of your weight gain that you are untucking your shirt due to it, your sport/dress shirts must be really tailored well or too tight.
post #12071 of 16163
El Argentino, what brand is "BR" for the shoes?
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El Argentino, what brand is "BR" for the shoes?

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Banana Republic. They're about 4 years old each. The last stages of my sf-ization will be accessories, promise...

FWIW, they've held up great through heavy wear and are nondescript enough to work well with a lot of outfits. I worked there through undergrad so 50% off stuff was always a great way to fill gaps.
post #12073 of 16163
Thanks. They work fine with your outfit, very nice.
post #12074 of 16163
My one shot from this past weeks vacation:

post #12075 of 16163
Dude, that shot has all the makings of, "I've lived next door to him for years now, ever since he was a young boy. He was always so nice and polite. I never would have imagined he would take a belt sander to all of those people".
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