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@Morgan... What model of jacket is that... do J.Crew typically have a nice low buttoning point like that? Would you be averse to sharing your height?
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It's a Ludlow linen 2 button jacket. Part of a suit, actually, which it looks a little too formal for the rest of the fit. I'm 5'11" and about 160 lbs, wearing a 38R.
post #8478 of 16267
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I don't like the way your collar points are laying down on your shoulders, Stitchy. Have you tried magnetic collar stays yet?
post #8479 of 16267
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I don't like the way your collar points are laying down on your shoulders, Stitchy. Have you tried magnetic collar stays yet?

 

+1 on the Wurkin Stiffs.

 

Revolutionized my non-tie shirting.

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I usually love your ensembles IST, but the top pic makes me think of a hipster on a thrift-frenzy. confused.gif I love the cotton jacket, though!
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I've never been a huge fan of the t-shirt-under-a-blazer thing. It always feels unfinished, like you've forgotten your shirt. I like the rest of it though, and I agree w/ Christian, love the cotton jacket.

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I like the shoes in that combo bit think the jacket could be a little more fitted.
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^ seriously? That jacket is about perfect. I assume we're talking about the M65 thing.
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Yes we are and I disagree about the fit. The fabric looks as if it goes straight down from below the shoulders. My field jacket has a drop (6 only) and a little elastic band between the top and bottom pockets to give it some silhouette.
Just a matter of personal prefferance though; each to their own.
Its at the bottom of this page should you be interested.
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Trying to Keep Cool In Chambray



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I've never been a huge fan of the t-shirt-under-a-blazer thing. It always feels unfinished, like you've forgotten your shirt.
I'd +1, but I'm wearing a jacket (though not a blazer) with a t-shirt right now. shog[1].gif I've always hated the look but I'm traveling today and decided to dress for comfort; besides it's an unstructured casual jacket that has a vibe similar to IST's. I now think I like the look.
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Trying to Keep Cool In Chambray



Boots with shorts look ridiculous.
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j.crew Ludlow suit
Brooks Brothers shirt and belt
The Hill-Side pocket square
And yeah I wore Seavees

Edited by Morgan - 9/4/12 at 10:20am
post #8490 of 16267
First picture looks great. Second one is severely let down from the knees down.
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