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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

 

Ah yes, good point.

I guess I was going for basic "minimalist" look of jeans, chinos, tshirts, sneakers, basic button downs, and knitwear/cardigans with LOTS of black, white, and navy pieces.

Based on that, I guess a "basic" sweater or leather jacket in black would work much better than what I posted.

Sounds good, but to be on the safe side and don't buy stuff you'll later regret, it'll probably be better for you to first buy more basic pieces (like the ones you mentioned) and make sure you've got fit and proportions right smile.gif

If you're looking for something that'd fill a similar purpose as that RO, and you don't already have a plain grey crewneck sweatshirt, get one. Mine is easily the most used piece in my wardrobe (except my black jeans maybe) and it is simpy put, very versatile.

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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

Ah yes, good point.
I guess I was going for basic "minimalist" look of jeans, chinos, tshirts, sneakers, basic button downs, and knitwear/cardigans with LOTS of black, white, and navy pieces.
Based on that, I guess a "basic" sweater or leather jacket in black would work much better than what I posted.
Sounds good, but to be on the safe side and don't buy stuff you'll later regret, it'll probably be better for you to first buy more basic pieces (like the ones you mentioned) and make sure you've got fit and proportions right smile.gif

If you're looking for something that'd fill a similar purpose as that RO, and you don't already have a plain grey crewneck sweatshirt, get one. Mine is easily the most used piece in my wardrobe (except my black jeans maybe) and it is simpy put, very versatile.

eh i thought it would be your white jeans.
post #31503 of 38791
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

Thoughts on the following.

 

http://www.ssense.com/men/product/rick_owens_drkshdw/black_angled_zip_sweatshirt/68989

 

 

I'd prefer to find a cheaper alternative, especially given that it's a 100% cotton sweatshirt. If you can point to something $200 or less, let me know.

 

 

 

Please don't wear that with chinos.  From what you described it sounds like you want a Stark or something which is right in your price range.

post #31504 of 38791
Please.
post #31505 of 38791
Wear it with khaki chinos and a blue OCBD. You know, for that "Yoox Model" look
post #31506 of 38791

Casual clothing:

 

 

 

Smart casual:

 

 

Would like some opinions on these... I really like the pheasant shirt.

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Originally Posted by garsag View Post

I am really liking these J. Crew suede bucks: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/shoes/oxfords/PRDOVR~43275/43275.jsp (thinking of the "natural" colored one)
I can get them with a 15% discount, but would it be worth it? My mind says I can get a lot better bucks than these. Any suggestions?

Check out Nordstrom. They have some very comfortable bucks at about half of the price.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

can't stand those big contrast side panel gats

dl pants are decent but what's going on with that scarf

I actually like those better than the all white ones.
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

Haven't worn a watch in years and the ones I want are way out of my budget atm. Thinking about this Uniform Wares 203 series. I guess from a worksmanship POV it's not worth the price? But I like the minimalism....


Yeah, I've had my eye on those UW watches that are on Oki Ni. I really like them, but I agree that they are pretty pricey.
post #31508 of 38791
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Originally Posted by JackTorrance View Post

Casual clothing:









Smart casual:




Would like some opinions on these... I really like the pheasant shirt.

No




Unless you're a lax bro. Then,



Fuck no
post #31509 of 38791

pheasant shirt is very cool

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post #31511 of 38791
I met a guy who works at Vineyard Vines while at SXSW, which is about the worst combination of circumstances ever.
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I guess John Kerry got in trouble for repping Vineyard Vines while touring Europe as part of his new role as secretary of state, haha

 

 

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Kerry, who went to an upscale boarding school and stores his yacht in a New Hampshire harbor, swore that he doesn’t own any stock in the company, but that he just really, really likes polos with whales embroidered
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Hmmmmmmmmm.....whaddayathink?

 

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post #31514 of 38791
it's fabulous. i think you should get it.
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Originally Posted by JackTorrance View Post

Casual clothing:
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Smart casual:


Would like some opinions on these... I really like the pheasant shirt.

You have not spent much time on this forum. You may have better luck posting on the MC Casual thread on the MC forum. But I doubt it.
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