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More rain expected, with heat and humidity - another day without a suit.



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Nice casual look DonC.  I would go with a mid-brown belt or blue woven.  

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Nice, @DonCologne. I think I agree with Euro on the belt (although it's not a big deal), but the pants and shoes look great. 

 

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Nice, @DonCologne
. I think I agree with Euro on the belt (although it's not a big deal), but the pants and shoes look great. 

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Very nice CD. I have a similar jacket by Barbour and am now feeling freshly inspired.
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Don, hope you're well.

I love the taper in you MC pants, so very flattering. Please, please consider the same in your more formal stuff?
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CD - v nice.

Don C - also v nice, but i dont love the belt.
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I know flat front pants are sort of 'in' now but honestly I think that for guys (of all waist sizes) who have thicker thighs or backsides would really do well to have even a single pleat. When the pockets are flairing out and there are strong horizontal lines across the crotch area, it's a sign the pants might be too snug.

of course it doesn't apply to jeans, or most khakies, etc, and yes, I even mean it for guys like me at size 28 waist, it's more about the body shape. DonC's fit is good and fine but blur your eyes and imagine a little more fabric and the whole upper block suddenly relaxes. (btw I like the belt choice, if it was dark brown like the shoes then it would have been too strong a contrast line, cutting you visually in half)
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agreed about pocket gap. i hate when i have that. frown.gif
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Another jacket and shorts attempt.  From this weekend.  

 

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Seersucker x Seersucker.  Four pattern casual bingo. 

 

 

 

 

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I know flat front pants are sort of 'in' now but honestly I think that for guys (of all waist sizes) who have thicker thighs or backsides would really do well to have even a single pleat. When the pockets are flairing out and there are strong horizontal lines across the crotch area, it's a sign the pants might be too snug.

of course it doesn't apply to jeans, or most khakies, etc, and yes, I even mean it for guys like me at size 28 waist, it's more about the body shape. DonC's fit is good and fine but blur your eyes and imagine a little more fabric and the whole upper block suddenly relaxes. (btw I like the belt choice, if it was dark brown like the shoes then it would have been too strong a contrast line, cutting you visually in half)

+1, looser shirt also would help, too tight.
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AAS, why the 'stocks, man?

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ugh. that gif is scary.
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it's weirding me out man!



AAS - madrass sportscoat with pink shorts fit - colors work well, could be camera angle but I think doing shorts and sportscoat is actually very doable but one of the tricks is a shorter sportscoat, otherwise it's like wearing shorts and a trenchcoat, so a more cropped jacket would work with the proportions seeing as how the 'pants' are cut in half (now shorts), so the sportscoat needs to be shorter too, otherwise it's imbalanced.
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