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nn - i say no, but i gave you a thumb cuz you tried something out of the ordinary.

regis - awesome.
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Regis, that is fucking fantastic. Your fits are constantly amazing;  You just make it work all the time. Props, man. 

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coat: stephan schneider

scarf: uniqlo

jeans: lanvin

shoes: mark mcnairy

This is a clinic on how to blend textures. The McNairys really take this to the next level because so many footwear options would look fine, but those are inspired. Worthy of a Jack Nicholson nodding gif.
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Sorry bene, but I can't tell if you're trying to dress casual with a tucked in white dress shirt (why?) or dressed for the office with no belt and your shirt unbuttoned too far. Pick one and clean it up IMO.
post #1925 of 2362
I think the idea is fine, but the shirt is too billowy at the waist - take it to a tailor
post #1926 of 2362
Can't take it in more without it being too tight at chest or at least that's what my tailor says. I agree it would look better with less billow!

Yeah I added my belt but it's a hidden button pang so I thought it looked fine
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Can't take it in more without it being too tight at chest

Yeah I added my belt but it's a hidden button pang so I thought it looked fine


Belt loops look out of place if you're not wearing a belt though. Or if your shirt isn't untucked.


Edited by ridethecliche - 7/15/14 at 6:43am
post #1928 of 2362
I don't see why a tailor wouldn't be able to add darts to the back of that shirt without affecting the fit in the chest much. Maybe you should go m2m if your drop is too big for otr
post #1929 of 2362
Thanks man thats a good idea. I might be falsely recollecting a shirt that already has darts ( I dont think this one does)

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But yeah i really should just MTM. Who does that for hidden placket shirts?
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This is a clinic on how to blend textures. The McNairys really take this to the next level because so many footwear options would look fine, but those are inspired. Worthy of a Jack Nicholson nodding gif.

 

Thank you! It's been extremely cold lately here in Melbourne and this has been one of my go-to outfits. Glad to know it's appreciated.

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post #1932 of 2362
Bene, for what its worth, I let my shirts billow out at the waist and rolling up the sleeve makes it less dressy to me. I mean you roll up your sleeves and you have this exact fit

post #1933 of 2362

I think it looks really awkward when people wear tucked in shirts with no jacket and the sleeves down.

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Stephan Schneider Ijevan Cardigan

American Apparel Viscose Tee

Eastpak Suede Backpack

Peir Wu x SnowmanXL Snowpants

Uniqlo socks

Dries van Noten Sneakers

post #1935 of 2362
Really like that @conceptionist. I think maybe the socks are just a bit to close in color to the shoes though. So jealous of people in cooler climates right now, the weather here is impossible to dress for.
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