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post #16 of 27
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Originally Posted by langdon20 View Post

navy blazer and dark grey jeans.

So something like this: Ricky Black Multi Super T or this: Ricky Overdye Twill Super T
post #17 of 27
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Originally Posted by GodAtum View Post

So something like this: Ricky Black Multi Super T or this: Ricky Overdye Twill Super T

Why true religion jeans. Sorry they look terrible. Why not buy some RL jeans? cheaper and you won't look so try hard. I liked the navy Rugby SC. But again the SC would look shite with any of them jeans. Just buy a pair of jeans...anything other than ed hardy or true religion.
post #18 of 27
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TR jeans are the only ones I've seem with button back pockets.
post #19 of 27
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Originally Posted by md2010 View Post

Why true religion jeans. Sorry they look terrible. Why not buy some RL jeans? cheaper and you won't look so try hard. I liked the navy Rugby SC. But again the SC would look shite with any of them jeans. Just buy a pair of jeans...anything other than ed hardy or true religion.

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TR jeans are the only ones I've seem with button back pockets.

And that's just part of why they're awful.
post #20 of 27

The dark navy blazer then pair it with dark wash jeans.

post #21 of 27
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Lol nice photoshopping smile.gif
The new & Lingwood blazer is:
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made in a traditional Yorkshire Serge cloth woven by Bower Roebuck
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The RL Rugby one is doeskin: Classic Navy Sport Coat

Would linen trousers work with that?

I like the linen trouser idea.

IMO....

linen trousers > jeans (if its for work especially)
post #22 of 27
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

I was wearing a navy blazer today with jeans and a white shirt with suede chukkas for a meeting. The jacket has brown horn buttons and not metal. It also has patch pockets.
I've started doing this recently ... now that I actually own a pair of jeans that I keep in town. One is never too old to learn something 'new.' I like the coat having horn buttons and patch pockets. As does PSG, I especially like it with a white shirt but will use others (although not one in a solid shade of blue). If the shoes are not suede -- and they often are -- I pair it with a light brown pair of semi-brogued bluchers.
post #23 of 27
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+1
And that's just part of why they're awful.

Plus they do size 29 waist which I am.
post #24 of 27
Brother, there are people trying to help you. Do you get Jersey Shore in the UK? Lurk around here and the SW&D forum for some ideas.
post #25 of 27
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Unfortunately my choices of trousers are limited because of my size. Most 30" trousers are too big. I will go into RL and try them one to see if the cut makes a difference.
post #26 of 27
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Unfortunately my choices of trousers are limited because of my size. Most 30" trousers are too big. I will go into RL and try them one to see if the cut makes a difference.

Every decent jeans brand makes size 29, check out something like Edwin or APC.
post #27 of 27
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Unfortunately my choices of trousers are limited because of my size. Most 30" trousers are too big. I will go into RL and try them one to see if the cut makes a difference.

RL does W28 L30 slim fit jeans . And just wear a belt. Most jeans size starts at 28 so you should not have any issues. I wear w28 pants.I find it hard to buy dress pants at that size.
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