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They are. Pic must be a little deceiving, no diff fit to any of my other walts.
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Much better.
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^ Shoe deets?
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Pants look fine in both shots. Especially like the mehico fit. Also, hat does not look leprechauny in this shot. Looks great. You may even be wearing the same SC as you were when I made that statement before, but the solid color v neck and the solid (appearing) shirt really calm it down, in a good way.
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Much better.

Thanks guys. BU, its a different jacket, but same pattern. KG, these are my Ultimate Jumpers cleaned up, Mac method.
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Laces really make 'em pop. Great style, m'man.

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Never usually one to do Crests / Logos but I was hungover this morning so that's my excuse.

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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post


Thanks guys. BU, its a different jacket, but same pattern. KG, these are my Ultimate Jumpers cleaned up, Mac method.


I like that sweater, I found one in that color at a wool shop here in Princeton but couldn't bring myself to spend $250 on it. Also, is this your son? ;)

 

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Never usually one to do Crests / Logos but I was hungover this morning so that's my excuse.

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Like the top. Especially would like to see what's going on with the rest of the sweater.

Jeans seem a little baggy and shapeless. Great shoes.
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Can anyone provide inspiration for wearing full-length coats? I have both a Barbour wool topcoat and a Macintosh from Rome that I would love to wear, but my job is creative business casual, running towards jeans. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by CodPiece View Post

Can anyone provide inspiration for wearing full-length coats? I have both a Barbour wool topcoat and a Macintosh from Rome that I would love to wear, but my job is creative business casual, running towards jeans. Thanks!

Full length? Like down to your ankles or mid thigh above knee?

I saw just wear em. If they're cut close enough then you're golden. If they're baggy then you'll look iffy casual or otherwise. The recent trench fits above are examples of bad.
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Deet on the sweater? I would guess English/Scottish cable cash, no?
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Probably one of the last times I'll wear these shoes, they had their best time.
Pants probably too skinny and v-neck too small?

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Possible reactions: pants too skinny and shoes too pointy...

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holy cow
how tall are you?
or do you have a really really small head so you look proportionately super tall?
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holy cow
how tall are you?
or do you have a really really small head so you look proportionately super tall?


I'm 6'1" with a small head :)

 

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Originally Posted by black_umbrella View Post

Full length? Like down to your ankles or mid thigh above knee?
I saw just wear em. If they're cut close enough then you're golden. If they're baggy then you'll look iffy casual or otherwise. The recent trench fits above are examples of bad.

Mid-calf.
Good thought on the cut. Barbour is beautifully cut. The Mac is baggy, I was thinking I might have the waist suppressed. I wouldn't do this if I wore a jacket, but that's not really in the cards.
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