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First shirt from Gustin (red selvedge chambray) + dad jeans:

 

AppleMark

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First shirt from Gustin (red selvedge chambray) + dad jeans:
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AppleMark

I've been eyeballing that thing for a while. I think I'm just about to purchase mode. Looks really good.
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I've been eyeballing that thing for a while. I think I'm just about to purchase mode. Looks really good.

Thanks, IC. the shirt is a little pinker than it is on Gustin's website, but not as pink as it looks in my photo. Nice quality, good fit, I'm happy with my purchase.

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whats the deets on the track jacket?
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whats the deets on the track jacket?

Shades of Greige (now Shades of Grey) from a few years back.

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cool. im not sold on the jeans there, but i like the shirt and jacket.
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cool. im not sold on the jeans there, but i like the shirt and jacket.

The jacket really does look good. 

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cool. im not sold on the jeans there, but i like the shirt and jacket.

In general, I agree with you and I prefer my jeans dark and unwashed. For a warm spring day, I'm okay with light weight dad jeans so long as they have a decent cut.

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@Cotton Dockers Actually I think those jeans look great with that fit. I'm not a light wash person myself, but you pull it off well. I'm not sure I'd call them "dad jeans," as they seem to fit you well.

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Actually I'd agree, the jeans look pretty solid. They're slim enough that they're not 'dad jeans'. light wash yes, but dad jean no. My issue is the jacket. It's too dark and solid against the jeans. Is it black or navy? (navy might work better). I like the jeans+shirt, or shirt+jacket, but find the jacket+jeans too high contrast.
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-TTO
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Actually I'd agree, the jeans look pretty solid. They're slim enough that they're not 'dad jeans'. light wash yes, but dad jean no. My issue is the jacket. It's too dark and solid against the jeans. Is it black or navy? (navy might work better). I like the jeans+shirt, or shirt+jacket, but find the jacket+jeans too high contrast.

this.
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-TTO

might be my fave casual look from you all time.
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

Actually I'd agree, the jeans look pretty solid. They're slim enough that they're not 'dad jeans'. light wash yes, but dad jean no. My issue is the jacket. It's too dark and solid against the jeans. Is it black or navy? (navy might work better). I like the jeans+shirt, or shirt+jacket, but find the jacket+jeans too high contrast.

That's an interesting point. Is that because the shirt/jeans are light/warm and the jacket is dark/cool? I actually liked the contrast, but perhaps it is too stark. 

 

Jacket is navy, what color do you think would have worked better?  

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Maiden voyage for this cotton SC by Robert Graham of all labels, and white slim chinos by BB. Spring has arrived.
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That's an interesting point. Is that because the shirt/jeans are light/warm and the jacket is dark/cool? I actually liked the contrast, but perhaps it is too stark. 

Jacket is navy, what color do you think would have worked better?  

I actually think that dark jacket works great. The whole look was excellent for early spring.
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