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Leaving in three hours, belt or no belt? Any MC dudes give me some advice?? I don't like this type of outfit especially in the summer but apparently some stupid restaurants have dress codes and won't let me wear my b-ball shorts



Uni-qlo
Kimseoryeong
CCP
post #2177 of 2185
i say belt, did you polish the ccp?
post #2178 of 2185
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

i say belt, did you polish the ccp?

They're a bit shiny from Saphir leather creme but it's mostly the light, even the matte belt and buttons are reflecting a bit
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They're a bit shiny from Saphir leather creme but it's mostly the light, even the matte belt and buttons are reflecting a bit

i put tiny amounts of saphir to clean mine up and they get a bit shiny as well
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Here's what I was actually wearing, btw, before I had to tuck my shirt in:



Uni-qlo
Kolor
A1923
post #2181 of 2185
Untucked looks so much better
post #2182 of 2185
definitely no belt.
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I bet tucked with no belt looks best in real life.

Let the shirt sorta billow out a little around the waist rather than having it pulled up or pushed down like that. Or just let it sit naturally for a wee while.

also, undo another button or do the top one up. None of this halfway stuff.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

I bet tucked with no belt looks best in real life.

Let the shirt sorta billow out a little around the waist rather than having it pulled up or pushed down like that. Or just let it sit naturally for a wee while.

also, undo another button or do the top one up. None of this halfway stuff.

Cool, thanks, this is what I'm gonna go with ... feels the best too

Also, I think this is what Regis would do

Whenever I put on a button-up and dress pants I feel like there's some protocol I have to follow. Like, I googled "dress pants without belt" and some awful GQ articles came up. I wear this stuff at work, I wish I could enjoy it more as "fashion" but I just can't, it's all too fussy. If I can't throw it in a washing machine, I don't wanna wear it. I hate #menswear, Rick Owens forever

edit: advice taken, done, thanks internet!! Honestly really appreciate the feedback here

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Edited by nicelynice - Today at 2:06 am
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Whenever I put on a button-up and dress pants I feel like there's some protocol I have to follow. Like, I googled "dress pants without belt" and some awful GQ articles came up. I wear this stuff at work, I wish I could enjoy it more as "fashion" but I just can't, it's all too fussy.

Well your already winning with those CCPs, which make the look interesting without being unacceptable.

And although I never wear black anything, let alone all black, when you do go all black like that with some texture it does look pretty cool.
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