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post #76 of 113

What about this one? It seems to be an overcoating.

 

 

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post #77 of 113
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Interesting, it does indeed. That's quite a big herringbone.
post #78 of 113
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Interesting, it does indeed. That's quite a big herringbone.


THATS WHAT SHE SAID!
post #79 of 113
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What about this one? It seems to be an overcoating.



I guess thats a perk of having endless varieties of fabrics at your fingertips....
post #80 of 113
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^anybody know if that's the Rubi house chambray on the shirt? Does AM use the same stuff? It doesn't look like the S-G stuff.
post #81 of 113
Those are sweet herringbone pants.
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Hey guys, these are my first patterned pants ever, it was so hard to choose what to wear them with, I'm wearing a standard white t-shirt underneath- please criticize and help! I've just started to be interested in style!

post #83 of 113
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hmmm both jacket and pants look too short. jacket sleeves are too long. Those are indeed some difficult pants to wear as odd trousers...are they originally part of a suit?
post #84 of 113
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What about this one? It seems to be an overcoating.



Looks like he used Foo's overcoating for his pants. Foo overcoat-just enough for Luca's pants.
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What about this one? It seems to be an overcoating.



I do like the tie though, it's a fairly interesting pattern/loom. Cashmere? I have something mildy similar in a beige/light oatmeal cashmere but that one has a lot more texture.
post #86 of 113
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Those are indeed some difficult pants to wear as odd trousers...are they originally part of a suit?

 

I had the same impression. IMO, windowpane patterns belongs to suits, not separates.

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I had the same impression. IMO, windowpane patterns belongs to suits, not separates.

Good to know! It's seperate and actually quite streety, with cream and burgundy top stitching (?) on the front pockets, which the jacket is just hiding. Thanks for helping!

post #88 of 113

Wearing patterned pants can be tricky as you really need to balance the look with just a solid shirt.

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Wearing patterned pants can be tricky as you really need to balance the look with just a solid shirt.

Disagree. I think plenty of pics in this thread show patterned shirts and pants in harmony. But it's definitely more risky.
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Disagree. I think plenty of pics in this thread show patterned shirts and pants in harmony. But it's definitely more risky.

 

How do you feel about patterned shirts with madras plaid patterned trousers? I never saw this done in a way that I felt comfortable looking at.

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