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post #46 of 80
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Originally Posted by Tropicalist View Post

Man made fabrics

 

All fabrics are man made. Now who looks like a fool?

post #47 of 80
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Backpack on an adult
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post #48 of 80
The one who deliberately misunderstands the intent of a statement?
post #49 of 80
The untucked dress shirt is here to stay. It is a younger mans game.

But if you are wearing a dress shirt untucked:

It should be a casual dress shirt.
If its a formal dress shirt, it shouldn't look like a sheet on you (keep it short).
Only to be worn with jeans or shorts.
Ties are optional but never with the top button.

I think as long as you keep the entire look casual it works for younger guys. Seeing a 50 year old with that style just looks odd.
post #50 of 80
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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post

Wait, what?! crazy.gif

Yes. Sad but true.
post #51 of 80
A good compromise is "barely tucked," with yards of shirt billowing from your waist.
post #52 of 80
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

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This individual tucks two ways.
post #53 of 80
Id have to say decline of dress in general. I ride the subways in NYC for God's sake, and I think maybe one 1 out of 12 guys have a tie and jacket/suit on. Its really sad - never seen it so lax, so fast. Now even the POTUS goes around with an open collar.
post #54 of 80
Disagree, I always luck my shirt in, even with causal 2 chest pockets shirt, even with shorts. The presentation generally looks better, untuck shirts just looks messy

I am 21 so perhaps young.
post #55 of 80
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

A good compromise is "barely tucked," with yards of shirt billowing from your waist.

Harumph. I'm afraid many of are not doing this to make a fashion statement.
post #56 of 80
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Originally Posted by Sanguis MortuumView Post


There's no need for these three separate lines, you should just say 'wearing an untucked dress shirt...ever'. It is always bad.

 

True.

post #57 of 80
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Originally Posted by Poloboy View Post

Who else thinks the following "styles" look absolutely foolish.
Always wearing a dress shirt untucked with trousers or jeans.
Wearing a sweater over an untucked dress shirt.
Wearing a suit or sport coat over an untucked dress shirt.
Why do we always have to go to the lowest common denominator?
Can any one honestly  say that any of the above "styles"' look appropriate on any one older than a 3 year old child who does not know any better.

They all look really foolish.

post #58 of 80
People wear dress shirts with shorts?
post #59 of 80

In Singapore, commonplace.

post #60 of 80
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Originally Posted by JCL86 View Post

The untucked dress shirt is here to stay. It is a younger mans game.
But if you are wearing a dress shirt untucked:
It should be a casual dress shirt.
If its a formal dress shirt, it shouldn't look like a sheet on you (keep it short).
Only to be worn with jeans or shorts.
Ties are optional but never with the top button.
I think as long as you keep the entire look casual it works for younger guys. Seeing a 50 year old with that style just looks odd.

LOL did you SERIOUSLY say it's acceptable to wear a dress shirt untucked with a tie? crackup[1].gif

Seriously guys, there's a difference between DRESS shirts and casual shirts. Casual shirts have a distinct look like oxfords, linens, etc - these can be worn untucked with jeans.
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