Originally Posted by Threadbearer
I envy your having seasons. Great casual looks.
Originally Posted by Mrshinyredplanet
Hard to tell anything from the photos, but I would like to see some shirt cuff showing from under the sweater. Also, the sweater opening looks like it's tilted towards the back. Again, it might be the photo, the posture or anything else. That said, I think you look good and quite appropriate for your age.
Originally Posted by voxsartoria
The dressed up Butler can also dress down. Age, and the taste and resources to indulge in the best in tailored clothing, are not barriers to looking put together in casual wear.
I really need to step up my casual clothes after seeing this. That's exactly why this thread might be useful. I'd like to see new ideas or new implementations of older ideas for inspiration.
Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy
Heading off to San Francisco for lunch with a friend......
Shirt Anna Motuozzo
Belt Alan Flusser
Jeans LVC 1947
Shoes PRL Suede Bucks
Linen pocketsquare Borrelli
I really like how the belt spices things up, makes the whole fit much more youthful and fun. I fully endorse this fit, it's something I would wear myself.
Originally Posted by Fuuma
I don't see the need to compartimentalize, who cares? In theory this forum should have 1 single WAYWT thread, two is already enough, like 7 is stupid.
"WAYWT-ginger wearing navy blazer and grey pants" coming up next! Once again this is a fashion site not some super precise fetish emporium (well that's what I like to think).
I agree with you, Fuuma. It's like a big bloated economy of a superpower at its last breath. A lot of bureaucracy and little efficiency. Except that here, we can just let the thread die if it doesn't catch any wind. No lives depend on it. Also, I continued to post my casual outfits in the regular WAYWRN until not so long ago, when there started a lot of complaining about trashing up the thread. The WAYWRN community didn't want casual fits in there and SW&D was too many clicks away. We really needed this thread.