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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

I think I'm coming to the position that dress shirts, even casual ones, shouldn't be worn without a jacket/cardi/sweater of some sort.

 

I read somewhere that striped dress shirts should never be worn without a jacket.

 

But I've seen it working before...

 

 

 

let's analyse this in comparison to stitches fit:

 

- belt is same colour as shoes, or at least lighter in colour.

- his cuffs as well as his shirt collar is not sloppy.

- he is ryan gosling.

- next to the person left of gosling, everybody looks dapper.

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Morgan, first off all I enjoy that you dare to pair blue and green, very little people do so but it is a combination that I like a lot!

Unluckily there are some other details which is dislike:
1. The jacket does not lay flat on your chest, which is unflattering. Also the flap pockets seem to be too formal for the rest of the outfit, I think you should aim for a patch pocket one.
2. Are those Epaulet Walts of Rivets, that you ironed a pleat onto? Either way I think a pleated pant should fall as vertically and with as few break as possible, your pants seem both too wide in the thigh and have too much front brake for my liking.
3. You seem to be running on your toes, while the rest of the soles look as if they would receive equal wear, you almost hit the leather outters at the front. You should get metal sole protectors for those beauties.
Edited by Louis XIV - 8/31/12 at 11:30pm
post #8463 of 16345
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Originally Posted by Mr.K View Post

Casual Day In Jeans and Selvage Chambray

How do you fold your shirt cuffs like that?

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Boglioli
Mastai Ferretti
Japan Blue x Momotaro
Crockett & Jones
Edited by Crat - 9/1/12 at 8:14am
post #8465 of 16345
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Originally Posted by Crat View Post

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I was all icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif on the front shot, but the back shot is leaving me cold. Perhaps too much contrast between jack and jeans not to be mediated by the shirt?
post #8466 of 16345
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Originally Posted by Crat View Post


 

I like those shoes, my friend.

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Ready to go

post #8468 of 16345

Had a very casual past week for one reason or another; example below:

 

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You started covering your face!?
post #8470 of 16345

I had an even dafter than usual expression that time (believe it or not, it's possible!), so in this case, yes. Normal grin service has been resumed in the regular waywrn. :p

post #8471 of 16345
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

How do you fold your shirt cuffs like that?

I just fold the cuff in half first and then roll them up to the height i want them
post #8472 of 16345
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

 

I read somewhere that striped dress shirts should never be worn without a jacket.

 

But I've seen it working before...

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

let's analyse this in comparison to stitches fit:

 

- belt is same colour as shoes, or at least lighter in colour.

- his cuffs as well as his shirt collar is not sloppy.

- he is ryan gosling.

- next to the person left of gosling, everybody looks dapper.

"The rule? If you are good looking enough, you can break the rules" - Glenn O'Brien

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Originally Posted by Crat View Post

Boglioli
Mastai Ferretti
Japan Blue x Momotaro
Crockett & Jones

constantly good
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