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post #886 of 1230
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Originally Posted by agvs View Post

Both are small but this season's work shirts ran huge apparently so I've been using it more as an overshirt. It's nearly a full size larger than my other workshirts.

My Work Shirts from 04 and 05 fit very large and I sometimes wear them as Overshirts.
post #887 of 1230
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Both are small but this season's work shirts ran huge apparently so I've been using it more as an overshirt. It's nearly a full size larger than my other workshirts.

My Work Shirts from 04 and 05 ran a bit big and I often would use them as an Overshirt.
post #888 of 1230
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So good seeing people post style pics and fit pics. @soqueriaterum I think your Bedford fits well if that's your true to size and if the sleeves are rolled up then you're good to go!

Here's a pic I've had taken recently:
Ghurka short turquoise bird tree print
Work shirt indigo denim shirting
Neck tie blue white red black oxford stripe
Bedford jacket khaki cotton piqué (SS13)
Pocket square by The Hillside
Belt by Anderson's
White leather slip on FEIT


Very nice!
post #889 of 1230

I like the chambray workshirt-as-overshirt look agvs has going on

post #890 of 1230

Cross post from WAYWT:

AppleMark

Out of focus and not the best representation of the colors, but oh well.

 

 

EG birdshooter jacket

Rogue Territory workshirt

EG hooded dickie

WWM newspaper shirt

3sixteen

70's Chucks

post #891 of 1230
Looks good!
post #892 of 1230
overshirt (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by agvs View Post

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Corduroy bucket
FW 13 chambray workshirt
Pin dot 19th C. Button down
FW13 Navy Wool Serge Irving Pants

The bucket and 19th C. Shirt were bought off SF classifieds. Not sure what season either were from.

Close up of the shirt
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I think this looks great and the shirt is well worn as overshirt. Love it with the pants. missed those last season and they look really good.

 

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Originally Posted by Knight View Post

So good seeing people post style pics and fit pics. @soqueriaterum I think your Bedford fits well if that's your true to size and if the sleeves are rolled up then you're good to go!

Here's a pic I've had taken recently:
Ghurka short turquoise bird tree print
Work shirt indigo denim shirting
Neck tie blue white red black oxford stripe
Bedford jacket khaki cotton piqué (SS13)
Pocket square by The Hillside
Belt by Anderson's
White leather slip on FEIT

 

Genius. Love this. Wish I would fit in the Ghurka: My thighs simply don't. This could come right out of the look book. 
post #893 of 1230

x-post to keep this thread rolling

 

 

SS12 bandana print western shirt

post #894 of 1230

Wanted to make an effort to wear more EG. So here is this week's attempt. Love how uncomplicated it is to throw stuff on in an "wear everyday" kinda way. And love the spring weather in LA: Wear your winter layers at night, wear shorts during the day.

 

Mike

 

 

Wednesday (Click to show)

 

 

SS14 Aviator with SNS, Leftfield, NB

 

Friday eve (Click to show)

AW13 vest, years old herringbone Baker 

 

Saturday Eve (Click to show)

 

 

AW13 Fatigues with General Quarters, orSlow, Alden

 

Sunday (Click to show)

 

 

SS14 Batik Cambridge, SS13 Beach jacket with Homespun and All Stars

 

Pale legs will be cured next week in Hanaley Bay ...

post #895 of 1230
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Will someone please present to me a compelling reason why someone who posts a picture of them self, needs to wipe out their facial features. Are you guys on the most wanted list. Come on, let it be said by me, pretty insecure!
post #896 of 1230
Your face is cut off on your profile pic hahaa
post #897 of 1230
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Originally Posted by ceoceo View Post

Your face is cut off on your profile pic hahaa


Yes it is and I like it that way but I've never smudged out my face on any posts I've made of me. I'm beautiful, of course.
post #898 of 1230
i just tend to make really dumb facial expressions when taking selfies.
post #899 of 1230
I'm a pessimist and highly distrust the interwebz
x-post (ts(s) vest, eg hat & jacket)


and earlier x-post with same eg jacket and different hat

Edited by canstyleace - 4/1/14 at 3:26pm
post #900 of 1230
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Originally Posted by drink8648 View Post

Will someone please present to me a compelling reason why someone who posts a picture of them self, needs to wipe out their facial features. Are you guys on the most wanted list. Come on, let it be said by me, pretty insecure!

 

 

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Yes it is and I like it that way but I've never smudged out my face on any posts I've made of me. I'm beautiful, of course.

 

Well, first I thought "Gary, just chill". There are a few reasons - and Mickey and Alex mentioned the most obvious ones why I scratch out my visage. Second thought was "Well, Gary has a point". Doubt it has anything to do with insecurity, but showing your face can make it much more personal. I am also active on classic car boards and there, I would never scratch out my beautiful mug if it is in a car shot. So, Gary, that one is for you.

 

Mike

Me, myself and I (Click to show)

 

I am handsome and incredibly attractive - And so are you!

 

 

 

Back to rocking EG now?

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