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Originally Posted by rockofeller View Post

Shirt tucked in front to show the belt...

 

One of my favourite colour combos.

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Yeah, I actually have the pants to the suit but figured I'd try to get away with it as a SC.  Maybe not.  To clarify, though, are you all saying that a quarter-zip + SC would be ok with a collared shirt underneath (such as a patterned button-down collar shirt), or not at all? I definitely would not wear a turtle-neck underneath (too guido), but wasn't sure what the de facto SF stance was on such things.  I often see tradly guys do a quarter-zip with a navy SC and blue OCBD, but that seems so boring to me.  For the record, this is my first time pairing a quarter-zip with a SC/jacket, so wanted to see what reactions it garnered.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

I would avoid wearing quarter zips over t-shirts with orphan suit jackets on top any SC. confused.gif
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post #12318 of 15360
A quarter zip is just kind of heinous under any sport coat...
post #12319 of 15360
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post

One of my favourite colour combos.

Wasn't sure if it was too much blue but I somehow feel good in this combo. Thanks.
post #12320 of 15360
This is not what I actually wore today, because depressingly there are still 5 ft piles of snow outside and it was -15C. I just wanted to post a picture of these summer trousers, which were my latest DIY project. Maybe I'll be able to actually wear them in a couple of months.


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Trousers are a good fit, except maybe a little short (I know, short hems are somewhat trendy right now).  Nice shoes, too; the beige welt picks up the light-colored trousers well for the summer look.

   edit: maybe the pockets are pulling a tad?

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Originally Posted by inlandisland View Post

This is not what I actually wore today, because depressingly there are still 5 ft piles of snow outside and it was -15C. I just wanted to post a picture of these summer trousers, which were my latest DIY project. Maybe I'll be able to actually wear them in a couple of months.

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Originally Posted by CesarC View Post

Trousers are a good fit, except maybe a little short (I know, short hems are somewhat trendy right now).  Nice shoes, too; the beige welt picks up the light-colored trousers well for the summer look.
   edit: maybe the pockets are pulling a tad?

Thanks - I tried these with a little bit of a break and wasn't feeling it, but this is a little shorter than I normall go on the inseam... I thought some might also think that there's too much taper, but that's fine with me - it's the style I had in mind as I made them. There is still a little bit of pull at the pockets, but they pants aren't tight through the hips - it's an issue I am trying to work out with the pattern I'm using, but it's a big improvement from my past efforts. Hopefully with 1 or 2 more pairs it will be worked out.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

I would avoid wearing quarter zips or orphan suit jackets on SF.

FTFSFGT
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

A quarter zip is just kind of heinous under any sport coat...
This.
post #12325 of 15360
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


FTFSFGT

FTFSFGT  What is that?

post #12326 of 15360
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

A quarter zip is just kind of heinous under any sport coat...

Agreed. Terrible Pitti Uomo trend.
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Originally Posted by rossoz View Post

FTFSFGT  What is that?

fixed this for SF group think. twas a joak. wink.gif
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Pretty simple from yesterday.



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That's quite nice, Citan.
post #12330 of 15360
^ Thank you! I am a bit concerned it is too tapered in the waist but I am not going to touch it until next fall when I will be wearing more tailored clothing.
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