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post #5746 of 16818
Yes, Aldens, EA.

Good enough, I think, srivats.
post #5747 of 16818
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I like plain canvas sneakers for summer but all white doesn't look right to me.I went with Seavees in navy for this summer.

 

seavees.jpg

 

Instead of all white, I'd probably do something like this:

 

seavees2.jpg

 

Had a pair of these delivered this morning and already packed them back up to return. Nothing against them just very "blah".

post #5748 of 16818
Got some new jeans
700
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700
thoughts on fit? I just got it hemmed to a 30 inseam..... should I chop off another 2" ?
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post #5749 of 16818
hey ian... looks pretty good to me. don't chop though. wear them a bunch of times. wash/air dry. wear a few more times. then decide. imo jeans need some amount of break to look good. unless your cuffing, then no break.
post #5750 of 16818
Ian, if you're going to wear shirts untucked, I recommend a much shorter hem. You want to lengthen the apparent line of your legs.
post #5751 of 16818
Thanks guys! I just x-posted on NF thread and got the same response on a shorter shirt - I'll def hunt for some shorter lengths.

I'm a newb with jeans so I appreciate the tip, Parker! These are my first "real" pair aside from the dad jeans I posted awhile back that got a few "burn it" comments lol8[1].gif
post #5752 of 16818
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Originally Posted by ianGP View Post

Got some new jeans
700

thoughts on fit? I just got it hemmed to a 30 inseam..... should I chop off another 2" ?
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I like that length as is.

I just started breaking in a pair of US made selvedge 501 STF's. I hot soaked to shrink and now need em hemmed. Can any tailor do this? Can anyone recommend a Boston area tailor that's experienced w/selvedge denim?
post #5753 of 16818
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Originally Posted by ianGP View Post

Got some new jeans
700 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
700
thoughts on fit? I just got it hemmed to a 30 inseam..... should I chop off another 2" ?
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sorry I forgot my tickets... to the gun show icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

post #5754 of 16818
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Originally Posted by ianGP View Post

Got some new jeans
700 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
700
thoughts on fit? I just got it hemmed to a 30 inseam..... should I chop off another 2" ?
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you have a long torso/short leg build, worked out too much to make yourself top heavy, and you wear lower raise pants/jeans while pulling ur shirts out.  looks pretty bad no matter how things fit.

 

tuck your shirts in or make it shoulder; uncuff the jeans or make the cuff even taller.

 

just my 2c

post #5755 of 16818
wwchan cotton suit / bbbf ocbd / c&j loafage / faux croc belt / vintage raybans / helmut lang edp
post #5756 of 16818
Ian definitely needs at least one inch chopped off, and even 2" would be fine, as you could go with a cuff that is less tall, a good recommendation for someone of your height.. having a big cuff at the bottom accentuates the shorter legs
post #5757 of 16818
Parker rocking the OneFlair™...
post #5758 of 16818
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Got some new jeans
thoughts on fit? I

Size up in polo. Shoulder and chest look too tight
post #5759 of 16818
Ian, if you want to do cuffs on those jeans, chopping off an inch and wearing them with a cuff that's half the current height would look much better.
post #5760 of 16818
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Size up in polo. Shoulder and chest look too tight

Some men just want to watch the world... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
.. to watch their pecs. cheers.gif
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