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Casual fit from a couple of weeks back..

post #13937 of 16749
Make lemonade out of lemons. Turning this double post into a new fit. From last week. RRL and Alden. Poor hotel lighting..


Edited by gnatty8 - 8/19/13 at 6:37am
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Weekend of Fun.  

 

08.17.13 Fun shirt  

 

 

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08.18.13 Fun shorts

 

 

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Edited by An Acute Style - 8/19/13 at 9:19am
post #13939 of 16749
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Cloudy, cool, and wet day. So much for summer. biggrin.gif

 

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Without the cuffs, this is very cool. I even dismissed my hate of driving loafers.

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Will you need to change your screen name now that you're no longer in Japan?
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

try it. pull them down and inch. they'll feel looser in the thigh too.

 

I've a feeling we've had that discussion before; that pair won't go much beyond a quarter to a half inch lower, even without a belt.

 

Originally Posted by Demean View Post

I really like this kind of look - the colours especially. I would probably wear this during fall with a slightly darker rollneck though! 

 

Thanks & agreed; it would probably work better that way. That brown jacket is also a little over-suppressed at the waist, and will look a bit better once it's let out slightly, and the sleeves are taken up a touch. I'm going to do that once the season turns (it's a linen blend, so once mid/late autumn arrives I'll have to put it away anyway).

 

Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post

Without the cuffs, this is very cool. I even dismissed my hate of driving loafers.

 

Thanks; I keep cuffs on this pair of jeans, simply because they're a bit more casual than my other pair (which is hemmed) in terms of the wash/distressing/fit, so I figure the cuffs complement that. I do go back & forth on that, though. Maybe one day I'll get them hemmed...

 

Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post

Weekend of Fun. 

 

I'm guessing the cardy was needed to transition into cooler evenings? If so, I can totally get behind the functional necessity, but would visually prefer a moderately loose cable crew neck (cotton, given the season) sweater on top instead of a cardigan, esp. with the second look.

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Doing laundry.  

 

 

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post #13943 of 16749
Finally received this jacket from the tailor, but I think it needs some minor adjustments.

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^ I think it looks nice in the close-up. BTW, I'm assuming this is a bit closer to the actual colours? I know my own photos are frequently terribly lit, so I'm not the best person to say this, but it's sometimes really difficult to be sure of colours in some photos. I have zero photo-editing skills, but even the autolevel & autocontrast functions in a free program like Photoscape can improve quality a fair bit. Takes 10s to do.

 

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Yeap, HF, I think those color are a bit more accurate. I usually edit some photos on Photoshop but I didn't have time to edit it. shog[1].gif

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A Day all in Blue



Well worn APC NS, Club Monaco, J.Crew, ALden
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Originally Posted by Mr.K View Post

A Day all in Blue



Well worn APC NS, Club Monaco, J.Crew, ALden

Mr. K.. very well done.. that's pretty much how I would do it too..your casual looks are money to me..shame I cant wear stuff like that around here until late Nov/ Early Dec..

post #13948 of 16749
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Finally received this jacket from the tailor, but I think it needs some minor adjustments.

 

what Jacket is that Bete?.. I like the fit of the shoulders and the slight roping..

post #13949 of 16749
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Originally Posted by chocsosa View Post

what Jacket is that Bete?.. I like the fit of the shoulders and the slight roping..

Thanks, Choc! It's Ermenegildo Zegna.
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post


Thanks, Choc! It's Ermenegildo Zegna.


Milano right?

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