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Can anyone comment on how well a full EG suit (ie Andover Jacket + Cinch Pants) would work in a formal setting (ie for a wedding)? Would it look to casual?
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*sorry double post by accident*
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Originally Posted by happyvillian View Post

Can anyone comment on how well a full EG suit (ie Andover Jacket + Cinch Pants) would work in a formal setting (ie for a wedding)? Would it look to casual?

I posted an image on here a few pages back, I bought a 3 piece Andover, Vest and Cinch pants in homespun. I've got it for a wedding so I'm kind of thinking the same as you. It's quite slim fitting I think it should be okay
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I posted an image on here a few pages back, I bought a 3 piece Andover, Vest and Cinch pants in homespun. I've got it for a wedding so I'm kind of thinking the same as you. It's quite slim fitting I think it should be okay

 

 

Thanks for the response! I bought this seasons cinch pants in iridescent navy, and since there's a wedding coming up, i'm considering the matching andover jacket. Still on the fence for myself though, as you look great since the material you've chosen looks more dressy. The iridescent navy looks a bit more casual.

 

 

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Originally Posted by happyvillian View Post

Can anyone comment on how well a full EG suit (ie Andover Jacket + Cinch Pants) would work in a formal setting (ie for a wedding)? Would it look to casual?

 

i think it all depends on what the invite says is the expected dress code - that being said, if it's anything but black tie, I think you'd be just fine in the EG suit. check the length of the trousers, though, as this is the one aspect that can take it from fitting into the crowd to drawing attention (not that that is a bad thing, but if you feel self conscious because of it, then don't wear it). More than likely, if you're confident in the look, you'll simply be the most stylish guy in the crowd...

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i think it all depends on what the invite says is the expected dress code - that being said, if it's anything but black tie, I think you'd be just fine in the EG suit. check the length of the trousers, though, as this is the one aspect that can take it from fitting into the crowd to drawing attention (not that that is a bad thing, but if you feel self conscious because of it, then don't wear it). More than likely, if you're confident in the look, you'll simply be the most stylish guy in the crowd...

Thanks Peter, that gives me good perspective! 

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Does this Work Shirt fit okay? First one I've owned

 

I think the general fit is good though I agree w/ @lawlercon about the undershirt. Personally, when wearing a Work Shirt w/ an undershirt, I almost wear it like a shirt/jacket in that I either never button the Work Shirt or only button 2-3 buttons. 

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^ Or maybe if he tucked the "white" undershirt into his trousers!!! Maybe show off that great belt you own.
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Recently:


FW14 Rebuild tweed jacket
SS15 Rebuild ribbon shirt
FW11(?) Denim fatigues
Birks


FW07 Binocular shirt
Relatively old corduroy fatigues
Birks

Was there a particular point in time when the fatigues slimmed up a lot?
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Last couple of seasons they started getting slimmer.

This AW they are back to a wider leg

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Currently accepting advice for other footwear
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Currently accepting advice for other footwear

New Balance 993s, Converse 1970's, Shoes Like Pottery, Trickers, Russell Moc, New England Outerwear, Yuketen.
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Recently:


FW14 Rebuild tweed jacket
SS15 Rebuild ribbon shirt
FW11(?) Denim fatigues
Birks


FW07 Binocular shirt
Relatively old corduroy fatigues
Birks

Was there a particular point in time when the fatigues slimmed up a lot?

Damn those cord fatigues crush it man. Holy crap. So jealous.
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New Balance 993s, Converse 1970's, Shoes Like Pottery, Trickers, Russell Moc, New England Outerwear, Yuketen.

Thanks man. I like Yuketen a lot but they're kinda hard to find and a little pricey. I haven't heard of some of those other though, thanks.
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workaday everything, shoes like pottery, s2w8
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