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post #34816 of 37414
The Minnis are woolen.

Narrow chalk stripes are more fashion-y. The wide is more classic.

I don't think either can be considered casual.
post #34817 of 37414
To clarify I just mean "more" casual, I do intend to wear them as a suit and with a solid tie.

That won't stop me from considering wearing it as a blazer wth cream trousers though, but then I want to do that wth just about everything.
post #34818 of 37414
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Any recommendation for Luxire shirting patterns/fabrics that can be worn casual, MC style i.e. with chinos/trousers/odd jacket combos as well as jeans?
post #34819 of 37414

Sounds like a good spot for chambray.  I dont have experience with any particular fabric 

post #34820 of 37414
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Originally Posted by GuP View Post

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Any recommendation for Luxire shirting patterns/fabrics that can be worn casual, MC style i.e. with chinos/trousers/odd jacket combos as well as jeans?

 

You might try asking on the Luxire thread.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

post #34821 of 37414
No love in the Luxire thread.
post #34822 of 37414
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Originally Posted by GuP View Post

No love in the Luxire thread.

 

Sorry to hear that.  I've got a few Luxire shirts and will no doubt be getting more, but I've got nothing, alas, that fits your description.

 

Good luck.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

post #34823 of 37414
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Any recommendation for Luxire shirting patterns/fabrics that can be worn casual, MC style i.e. with chinos/trousers/odd jacket combos as well as jeans?

What does MC stand for? I'm an 80s kid and don't think its the same thing here unless you're rockin Adidas.
post #34824 of 37414
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Originally Posted by GuP View Post

No love in the Luxire thread.

Chambrays and ginghams are good options.
post #34825 of 37414
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Originally Posted by razl View Post


What does MC stand for?


Six years on this forum, nearly 7000 posts and you don't know?

 

Men's Classic.

post #34826 of 37414
Versatile? Or not really?



post #34827 of 37414
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Chambrays and ginghams are good options.

Any particular luxire colors or fabrics of each? Thanks for your input murl
post #34828 of 37414
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

Versatile? Or not really?
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Not really.

Top: Is it black/charcoal or dark navy? I guess either way it strikes me as something you might wear once in a blue moon to a fancy shindig, like a charity event, but I'm curious where you thought it would fit?
Bottom: Lighter blue than navy is harder, as is plaid - the latter of which is more a F/W pattern in my mind and that fabric looks like... hopsack?

Interesting ties, though. Where from?
post #34829 of 37414
Bottom I like actually. @jcmeyer its yellow hook ties. I just wore my first one today and I really like them a lot
post #34830 of 37414
Yellow Hook Tie Co

The top is navy. The idea is from a distance is resolves to standard solid navy CBD tie but has more interest up close.
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