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post #646 of 1152
Needs some diff shoes but the fit is pretty good
post #647 of 1152
I like the shoes but not keen on the tucked in shirt and tie.
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Thread Starter 
AH! To tuck or not to tuck. Not all outfits require that you tuck your shirt in but there are those times when you don't, you look slovenly, If you pay attention to how Daiki dresses, he often times is tucked.
My thoughts on this subject have brought me to consider tucking more often that not because the way in which it is done and the shirts that it is being done with wants me to separate from that crowd. Additionally, the details in most of trousers in the top block are to interesting to cover up, plus I have nice belts too!
Knight, you pulled this outfit off quite nicely if you ask me. Thanks for getting this thread ignited again.
post #649 of 1152
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Thank you Gary for the kind words. I appreciate all kinds of feedback. To your point Gary I did turn to daiki for inspiration. I wore that look to an event where everyone more or less wore a cheap suit. That's not how I roll. I tucked the shirt in because the E1 pants have stunning closure details across the waist. They also have drawstrings inside ie no need for a belt too. The tie balanced everything IMO

To fycus' point I wanted to own adventurous shoes and daiki wears Birkenstocks all the time. There's a web article showing what he wears mon-sun 4 of those looks had Birkenstocks 1 he was wearing UGGs. The shoes I'm wearing are from Trippen -- also of German origin like Birkenstock.
Edited by Knight - 6/11/13 at 6:59pm
post #650 of 1152
C'mon guys lets fill this thread with more inspiration and fun! smile.gif ill go again. I had this taken today. Winter is well and truly here in Sydney and my lust for boxy fits and unflattering cuts (particularly jackets) is growing. The deck jacket from fw12 is slowly becoming my absolute favourite jacket and the great thing about EG is you figure out new and interesting ways to wear your gear. I had 4 people ask where i got the deck jacket from today... kudos to daiki. Here's what I wore today.

- deck jacket navy nyco ripstop
- Essex pant grey charcoal stripe wool jersey
- hooded dickie grey wool jersey
- work shirt blue chambray
- knit tie navy/charcoal argyle knit

All from FW12.

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Taken while testing out the Needles mismatch vans (laceup + slip-on) idea:

WWM Shirt (Daiki)
Nepenthes NY Vest (3+ years ago)
EG Newport Pants (3+ year ago)
Right Foot = White Vans Laceup
Left Foot = White Vans Slipon

post #652 of 1152
not really feeling the outfit or the sneakers. Too much formal + casual? Those mismatch sneakers are really dope in theory, but I think they are just short of impossible to pull off and look good.
post #653 of 1152
Here's a few from the last few months:


Older shawl collar sweater w Barbor Jacket, Vis oxford, LVC's and Yuketen bucks.


Dayton, HPP+ Oxford, USN Pants & Cp


Beams +, Oxfords Fatigues, Vis Deck Lo
post #654 of 1152
Alright, a handful of shots quickly pulled off my phone spanning the past year+... As you can see, I'm a big fan of Pop Overs (I think I have at least 5...) and loud prints.

AppleMark
Engineers Jacket, Chambray Pop Over, Left Field pants, Shoes Like Pottery, San Francisco



Peacock Pop Over, Mainline Fatigues, Mexico City


Button Shawl, Peacock Pop Over, Fatigue Pants cut offs, Pescadero, CA


Floral Pop Over, Workaday Fatigues, Lost Coast, CA

AppleMark
Chambray Pop Over, Turk+Taylor shorts, Mt. Rainier Design leggings, Yuketen Maine Guide Chukkas, Big Sur, CA


Floral Pop Over, San Juan Islands, WA


Daiki era WWM Maine Guide Jacket, Left Field Miner Chinos, Quoddy Camp Moc, San Juan Islands, WA
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Had these taken over the past week. Thought it was posting these up.





Top picture:
- USN Pant khaki cotton whipcord
- round collar shirt navy/red check print
- CPO shirt olive wool serge
- scarf navy floral printed flannel
- Upland vest 12oz indigo denim

Bottom picture:
- Landsdown jacket grey wool herringbone
- USN pant 12oz indigo denim
- miner shirt red/charcoal brushed plaid
- C1 vest olive nyco ripstop
- neck tie charcoal wool flannel
- pocket square black with pink floral print
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Those pants are really interesting; not sure how I feel about them, though. I think I like 'em 'till the lower leg, where things start to go funky. They could stand to be hemmed and/or slightly tapered, IMO.

Definitely like the top block.
post #657 of 1152
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AppleMark
Engineers Jacket, Chambray Pop Over, Left Field pants, Shoes Like Pottery, San Francisco

Really love this, it's the best of the bunch. Mind linking to where to find/where you got the Engineer's Jacket? The Left Field pants are camo done really well also.
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AppleMark
Chambray Pop Over, Turk+Taylor shorts, Mt. Rainier Design leggings, Yuketen Maine Guide Chukkas, Big Sur, CA ]

Note to self: Big beard + cool shades turns fanciful to wearable.
post #658 of 1152
Engineers jacket I picked up at MAC in SF last year. One of my favorites... Of the 5 or so EG jackets I have, that one definitely gets the most wear.
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Engineers jacket I picked up at MAC in SF last year. One of my favorites... Of the 5 or so EG jackets I have, that one definitely gets the most wear.

Yo, makes me wanna get an Engineer myself. Is that in denim?

post #660 of 1152
Yeah, it's an indigo overdyed denim
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