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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

does this count as "mc casual"?





not really happy with my business casual wardrobe. pants need to be taken in an inch, shirt waist is too baggy to really be tucked in, and v-neck is too short.

It does count as MCC, but would almost surely be savaged as unimaginative BusinessCasual™ by a less sympathetic audience.

That said, I think a darker brown shoe would go better with the white/gray/black palette if you really want to go with something other than black.
post #9902 of 16601
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

I google them and apparently I was right. I'm curious, but I don't really like cone mill denim and I don't have a lot of faith in these small batch local denim companies - they're hard to distinguish from one another, and because of their size either lack the top-notch detailing/hardware you can find on a premium japanese label, or have jeans that cost twice as much as they should.
also it took me way too long to find their address.
edit: also their house party pics kind of turn me off.. reminds me of the atmosphere at need supply parties, where 75% of the guys there don't really give a shit about clothes or fashion, and are only interested in dressing well because it's currently popular within certain subcultures. really boring. there's too much emphasis on 'atmosphere' at that level of men's fashion - who gives a shit about having concrete floors and exposed hvac in your production facility? i care about the fit, the detailing, and your pattern - not a specifically engineered image that was probably the product of an expensive marketing firm
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

no. is it a denim brand based out of shockoe bottom? (if I had to guess?) that's MIA and uses cone mill denim? priced between 150 and 300?

I tend to agree, although I think I'm going to check them out soon. Frankly, I don't think it will last that long, since the dude's previous venture (men's store near or at Stony Point) went bust. And bespoke denim in Richmond, VA? I can't imagine the city has a big enough customer base.

BTW, the girl in the red on the Facebook page, a little thin for me, but WOW.
post #9903 of 16601
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

 

 

I absolutely love those jeans. After 6 years they look terrific and I've been told on numerous occasions that I have a nice butt in these. From men and women alike. cool.gif

My future son will hopefully inherit those jeans.

 

It´s fine if you like them, but you will probably be alone on that one. Jeans are absolutely horrific. Seriously. They look way too stiff and just plain cheap, in a bad way.

post #9904 of 16601
Jacket's pulling quite a bit at the waist here, but there was some odd bunching going on and it's not typical of the fit.

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Boglioli sportcoat
Sid Mashburn shirt
Epaulet Walt trousers
Crockett & Jones shoes
post #9905 of 16601
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Originally Posted by matty long legs View Post

I tend to agree, although I think I'm going to check them out soon. Frankly, I don't think it will last that long, since the dude's previous venture (men's store near or at Stony Point) went bust. And bespoke denim in Richmond, VA? I can't imagine the city has a big enough customer base.
BTW, the girl in the red on the Facebook page, a little thin for me, but WOW.

Wow, RVA in the house today!
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post #9907 of 16601
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

does this count as "mc casual"?
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not really happy with my business casual wardrobe. pants need to be taken in an inch, shirt waist is too baggy to really be tucked in, and v-neck is too short.

The black-and-white combination is quite hard to wear during the day IMHO (whenever I try, I feel like a waiter), but it does seem to work here. Nevertheless, I prefer it for the evening.

post #9908 of 16601
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Originally Posted by Morgan View Post

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Jacket's pulling quite a bit at the waist here, but there was some odd bunching going on and it's not typical of the fit.

tumblr_mcoxc6Awu61r4xcqjo1_1280.jpg
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Boglioli sportcoat
Sid Mashburn shirt
Epaulet Walt trousers
Crockett & Jones shoes

very nice. you've got a ryan gosling vibe going on there. stick with it.

lose the cardigan
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Originally Posted by alexSF View Post

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Good except for the triangle of shirt showing below the cardi and above the jeans.
post #9911 of 16601
Casual Autumn Tuesday. Sorry about the weird knee stacking on the jeans. Not sure what happened there...


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post #9912 of 16601
This fit reminds me to ask, Where's LiamO?
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Hope that's not a jab, SB biggrin.gif
post #9914 of 16601
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

This fit reminds me to ask, Where's LiamO?

I thought the same thing when I saw that. Didn't he have plans to move somewhere? Asia (or am I making that up?)?
post #9915 of 16601
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

Hope that's not a jab, SB biggrin.gif

I realized after posting that you might take it that way, but, no. He has tended to favor similar pieces, thus the connection.
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