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I'll get some pics of it unrolled up soon. Also, I have crew-neck sweaters; when wearing something with a collar, I make sure the collar is ironed and stayed and then keep the ends out. I've seen some people saying this is bad and others saying that untucked collars is good. I think it's a British look, which isn't a bad thing at all, and it's worked for me. I'm just ignorant enough though that I may be committing some serious fashion sin that I don't know about! Thoughts on this?

It's a personal thing. If it looks better on you, then do it that way.

And most certainly, if you're more comfortable and more confident in the way you look with the collars untucked, then definitely wear them untucked.

That's how I wear mine, and that's why. Sometimes I hear people say it's a fashion sin, but who cares. It's not about fashion it's about your personal style.
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First shot of what I predict will be many here:


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Later that same day....



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^ No blur today?
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^ No blur today?

She said I was cute. I believed her?
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Those commando sweaters actually are made to be tucked in. That doesn't mean that one should do so in civilian life, though. I wear mine out but I know what you mean - the bottom rides up onto your beltline and then it pooches out around there like you have a gut. I don't think there's any easy solution for it unless you buy it ultra tight so it can't poof out. I really need to get down to Federal and pick up a black crewneck one in my size - the Wool(l?)y Pully is one of my favorite surplus items. Solves your entire upper half on lazy cold days.
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Brilliant new avatar, TheHoff What's the peacoat? Great fit.
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>>Brilliant new avatar, TheHoff

I'm obviously no joke.

>>What's the peacoat? Great fit.

Thanks! RL Black Label.
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Hi-Val, I think the sweater works great tucked in, in this case. In general, I don't wear sweaters tucked in, but all the sweaters I do have aren't meant for tucking. Yours almost seems like a thick ribbed henley. Also, showing the belt really makes the fit I think. Pulling the sweater out and hiding the belt would seem a little sloppy in this case, with the tie and epulets and all.
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Personally, I think the sweater looks fine on its, own, but worn with everything else, it'd scream PMC if you weren't so thin. The commando sweater is a strong element, and in most cases you need to pull it away from looking like a part of an accidental uniform, especially if the other things you're wearing it with are relatively formal, as you are here. All that said, it's not a bad outfit and very solid first post.
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<<<<1000+. Does that mean I'm definitely without question a Sad Twat? iTunes Playing: Chicken In A Box by Mr. Scruff from the record Mr Scruff (Re-Issue) Burnout tee Acne Max Cash Office Off to The NYC. "SoCal!, buddy!, let's have a cocktail."
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Mr Scruff! Don't get roofied.
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Brioni reversible overcoat
Borrelli shirt
JS jeans
BJ belt
Zegna socks
BJ boots
BR scarf
BR gloves
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meh
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