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i think this is the best youve posted. looks great man.
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Spoo, great individual pieces!
Love the way the buttons are sewn on to the shirt and the camo plasters.

I don't like green-blue combinations, imo a white shirt would work better.
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i think this is the best youve posted. looks great man.

icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif thank you very much derk. you are too kind.

spoo, looking wild and spreezy today. those bandaids are awesome.
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Spoo, you know that should be in the peacockin' thread.
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Hagg, bro. You gotta tuck that shirt in.
I like your sneaky-sneaks still, though.
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Casual, not sloppy-as-fuck. You are entitled to think it looks good though.
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MC casual isn't what you think, maybe. You could be looking for SW&D. Untucked isn't too popular on this thread.
i would never wear this, but i guarantee you that 3/4 of the under30s at any given LA restaurant are. and I think he does it well. heaven help us if we become as microscopic cookie-cutter as mc.
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This isn't a microscopic issue though.

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Concerning the shirt tuck...  I didn't tuck in my shirt in that last fit because, yes, I thought it looked better, but there were also a couple of more practical reasons. 

 

A), it's really really hot and humid, and an untucked shirt aids cooling, and B) because the shirt is linen, it creases around the waist and sticks out in an unattractive manner when I tuck it in.   For this reason I rarely - if ever - tuck in my linen shirts.  I'll definitely consider the opinions of my pro-tuck SF buddies, though.

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Spoo - I think those shoes are verging on 'burn them in the fires of hell' but you would be able to get away with them if you weren't wearing that blue shirt too. Together, no.

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I love it, perfect fit.

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i would never wear this, but i guarantee you that 3/4 of the under30s at any given LA restaurant are. and I think he does it well. heaven help us if we become as microscopic cookie-cutter as mc.

Agreed. He does do it well. The problem is, it still looks like a "dad's jeans" outfit. The whole thing just SCREAMS "I shop for casual wear in the men's suit department at Barney's." Not to mention that its filled with every element of clothing that I dislike, and each one an abortion at that. Its a testament to his joie de vive that he can somehow keep me from puking all over my keyboard. The bandaids though, that almost put me over the top.
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Gotta love the sea foam green shirt. Take balls to pull that off. You really need some nicer sunglasses for an outfit like that.
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