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post #16126 of 38322
It's nice when the old man comes out of the cave to give a few words to the good people.
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
Jil Sander ivory jacket
Michael Bastian washed white shirt
Emporio Armani blue/white linen pants
Jil Sander brown leather slipper mocs

I'm a big fan of this one. It seems chic without being over-the-top. This is how designer clothing should look.

I would have been hesitant about a white jacket over a white shirt but you were def. rocking it.
post #16128 of 38322
The shirt is more bleachy bright white and the jacket is a bit ivory/egshell so there is some contrast on it.
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Sweltering to death on the Common shortly after an interview

Aquascutum blue pinstripe
Jantzen herringbone FC
Gianfranco Ferre forest green paisley tie
Square f/Drinkwater's
Loake chelseas
Korchmar bag
post #16130 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Augusto86 View Post
Sweltering to death on the Common shortly after an interview
Aquascutum blue pinstripe
Jantzen herringbone FC
Gianfranco Ferre forest green paisley tie
Square f/Drinkwater's
Loake chelseas
Korchmar bag

In grad school I learned that an employer is less likely to give a job to an overdressed person than an underdressed one. One who looks to chic and affluent will get less sympathy than a person who has an older, conservative, less fashionable suit. The poorly dressed fellow - as long as an effort is perceived - will get pity votes and the nicely dressed interviewee will intimidate and possibly illicit disdain from a more than likely less fashion-minded interviewer(s). Unless of course the job is related to fashion. Just something to ponder...
post #16131 of 38322
Not to mention there is wayyyy too much cuff going on there, and I think the pocket square is sticking out rather high.


Hope the interview went well though. Did it sound like a job you'd like?
post #16132 of 38322
My least favorite JP fit...
Guess i'm alone on this one
post #16133 of 38322
The pocket square just got jolted out of place - shouldn't have been so high. I think the shirt sleeves are a little long, yeah. I'd been carrying the jacket over my shoulder just before so it wasn't really in place. I don't know that I would agree dressing down for an interview is a good idea...
post #16134 of 38322
I'd look at his cuff and pocketsquare and would give him "pitty points" as an interviewee.
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So that's why I lost that job to that homeless man, I knew it!
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
I'd look at his cuff and pocketsquare and would give him "pitty points" as an interviewee.

Strong words from a man who buys pants that show off his cankles and wears sleeveless dresses!!!

But I probably should get the cuffs taken in 5.-.75 inches. I'm always messing about with the measurements of my Jantzens and I think I went too far...
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gap cardigan
rick owens tee
rick owens shorts
gap fair isle socks
carpe diem boots
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trench: wrath arcane
shirt: thrift find ralph lauren
jeans: KMW rockers
shoes: tretorn
post #16139 of 38322
Chris, loving it. Scarf by?
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i disagree eason... matter of fact i think we always disagree.. i would think logically the whole point of a deep v neck is to show off certain attributes the main one being your chest and its particular formation.. to wear one with no chest unless your goin for the adrogenous heroin chic look doesnt make sense...
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