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TTO is the only one I could ever imagine pulling off something like that. No one else could do it.
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correct
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Did you happen to see this guy? Maybe walking with a number of large black heavy duty garbage bags???

Did you not hear what the man said? You deaf or somethin'?

Hey Dig, I think we may have stitchy's next early morning wake up call right here.
Edited by mktitsworth - 3/19/13 at 12:35pm
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Did you not hear what the man said? You deaf or somethin'?

Hey Dig, I think we may have stitchy's next early morning wake up call right here.
Road trip?

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-TTO

Jacket looks too small.
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Checking in, cool looks lately. TTO, only you could attempt that look, I wish there was more contrast between the shirt and pants, but I do like it. It is still freezing here in Michigan and this flannel wasn't good enough today..dunno how we feel about orange but I love it.


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Checking in, cool looks lately. TTO, only you could attempt that look, I wish there was more contrast between the shirt and pants, but I do like it. It is still freezing here in Michigan and this flannel wasn't good enough today..dunno how we feel about orange but I love it.



Nice look. I like the contrast in colors. Deets on the jeans?
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^Jcrew 484 selvedge in raw indigo. I like the fit (I am somewhat hard to fit in jeans) but I wish they were a bit lighter. Can anyone recommend a brighter blue indigo jean in a similar fit?
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go broncos!
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^Jcrew 484 selvedge in raw indigo. I like the fit (I am somewhat hard to fit in jeans) but I wish they were a bit lighter. Can anyone recommend a brighter blue indigo jean in a similar fit?

Those look nice. Its funny I was looking at those exact jeans. I am looking at Naked and Famous indigo selvedge jeans. According to measurements they would fit like my jbrand jeans do and they look nice.
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go broncos!

I change my mind, it would have probably looked better in red (go niners!)
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go broncos!

 

+1000

 

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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Shoes and belt are too dark for those chinos
Tie should go, no tie without a jacket and no tie with such a casual getup anyway (first one is almost universal, last one is IMHO).
No need for colourful socks to spice it up, match your chinos or close and leave it at that.

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Originally Posted by Tyrone MacStiophain View Post

WRT post #12120

I don't know. I've been mostly convinced by the online menswear orthodoxy of "no tie without jacket"; I pretty much never do that. But I actually think this looks pretty good, FWIW. And I dig the way the socks recall the tie.

Thanks both for the fine-tuning. fwiw, had a jacket earlier in the day and ditched it. Too hot outside.
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Originally Posted by Citan1145 View Post

^Jcrew 484 selvedge in raw indigo. I like the fit (I am somewhat hard to fit in jeans) but I wish they were a bit lighter. Can anyone recommend a brighter blue indigo jean in a similar fit?
Can't speak to the fit but n&f left hand twill is pretty light bright and blue
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Originally Posted by Citan1145 View Post

Checking in, cool looks lately. TTO, only you could attempt that look, I wish there was more contrast between the shirt and pants, but I do like it. It is still freezing here in Michigan and this flannel wasn't good enough today..dunno how we feel about orange but I love it.



Overall, I like the look. One random nitpicky note. The shape of that belt buckle seems rather modern/more dressy than the rustic plaid and casual look of the denim.
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