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post #15451 of 15897
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Originally Posted by europrep View Post

Thanks @arnathor and @selvedge8tweed

Mazz shirt collar stays up well without jacket. I am traveling and will probably wear the shirt again, so will snap a pic for you.

Deets

Jacket: LBM 1911
Shirt: Mazzarelli
Belt: Farnese (via NoManWalksAlone)
Pants: Incotex
Shoes: Car Shoe
Bag: Chapman (via NoManWalksAlone)


Cheer on the collar. If you do have a pic, please post. But I'm guessing that given the smaller collar, it stays up better than a spread collar. It would be nice to have a non BD alternative for casual shirts.

post #15452 of 15897

I just got a black blazer, yes, II know, a black blazer.

 

 

And cobalt (?) trousers apparently. Feel like this must be a trainwreck.

 

 

 

And my new Seiko, my first diver.

post #15453 of 15897
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Originally Posted by IrateCustomer View Post

Not feeling this. Jacket is much to formal a fabric and cut for the rest. Bottom half is screaming for a chambray up top.

Thanks for the critique, it's a Suitsupply Havana and actually more textured than it looks on the picture. The Havana cut, even in navy, always strikes me as a tad too informal when I wear it with wool pants and dress shoes.
post #15454 of 15897
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Originally Posted by europrep View Post

Jacket: LBM 1911

Is that the grey poplin from last spring? Or is it chinolino?
post #15455 of 15897
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Originally Posted by applky View Post

Is that the grey poplin from last spring? Or is it chinolino?

Not sure the season. I bought it through LuxeSwap last year. Here is tag:

post #15456 of 15897
@ Isolation

Please, for the love of god, do something about that prepubescent Juston Bieber helmet you've got on your head. I can't focus on any of your outfits with such abysmal looking barnet. I say this with genuine e-affection as I'm sure you're a good lad but its got to be done.
post #15457 of 15897

But that's why I took a picture without my head in it!

 

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I was meant to get my hair cut like 2 weeks ago but I had to miss my appointment, lol.
post #15458 of 15897
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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

I just got a black blazer, yes, II know, a black blazer.




And cobalt (?) trousers apparently. Feel like this must be a trainwreck.
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And my new Seiko, my first diver.

I want to feel like this is a trainwreck too, but something about it works for me. I don't think I could make it work but the outfits you post up on here make it seem like you definitely have the swagger to pull it off.
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Theo Higgins.
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Spoiler Alert -- I'm a female, just so there is no confusion ;) 

 

I've been posting over in the CM thread for a few days now. The guys have been great (minus one idiot) -- wanted to post some of my more casual outfits and they sent me here. So let's have some fun: 

 

post #15462 of 15897
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Originally Posted by Kylerton View Post
 

Spoiler Alert -- I'm a female, just so there is no confusion ;) 

 

I've been posting over in the CM thread for a few days now. The guys have been great (minus one idiot) -- wanted to post some of my more casual outfits and they sent me here. So let's have some fun: 

 

 

When wearing any tie without a jacket, I prefer to roll up my shirt sleeves. YMMV.

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@Kylerton, try to tie the bow so that it's narrower than your face. Esteemed former member Vox recommends that the bow be as wide as your eyes, but I treat that as a guideline rather than a rule.
post #15464 of 15897
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

@Kylerton, try to tie the bow so that it's narrower than your face. Esteemed former member Vox recommends that the bow be as wide as your eyes, but I treat that as a guideline rather than a rule.

 

Oh believe me, I try -- men's bow ties are quite large and boy's bow ties are well....boys. Any recommendations on how to make the bow more narrow? 

post #15465 of 15897
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Originally Posted by Kylerton View Post
 

 

Oh believe me, I try -- men's bow ties are quite large and boy's bow ties are well....boys. Any recommendations on how to make the bow more narrow? 

 

I have had a similar problem. If you fold the part the lies against the back of your neck over on itself and find some way to pin it up it should make it shorter.

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