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I'd say yes on both shirts. But particularly that floral one.
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cyc i could be wrong but i haven't seen any fit of yours that would jive with jarring floral. there are ways to make it work but at the same time ...

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I'm not really into that airbrush style and the gold palm fronds, but I am generally a big fan of aloha shirts. And that cut looks cool in a vintage way. 

 

I like the idea of a dark/black hawaiian shirt worn with black leather DR, some beat up jeans and Vans.

 

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EG at pretty good discount. Should I? (Trying to post on this thread more often to avoid impulse bad purchasing)

 

 

Good shirt, and I have a feeling that these days short placket trend is increasing. 

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Don't like hawaiian shirts with a black base...
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There's a version with a navy background and red flowers too.



Oddly drawn to this. Light gabardine material.

And this marled pattern

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very tempted by this (Marni); grey or blue?


Edited by robinsongreen68 - 8/18/16 at 9:53am
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I like the blue, looks really nice
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i think it's great in either color. neither one works better w/ your wardrobe or fills a hole?
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Bluuuuuue
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i think it's great in either color. neither one works better w/ your wardrobe or fills a hole?

i actually already have a blue and a grey chesterfield but both are pretty conventional, this one has more volume and a beautiful drape to it. (tried on the grey, haven't yet seen the blue IRL). hard to describe but there's a slight springiness in the fabric- it doesn't just fall inertly- and the shoulders, while slouchy, have a touch of structure, more from the construction than any padding.
i wear black pants a lot in winter so i guess either would go...
Edited by robinsongreen68 - 8/19/16 at 3:40am
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Should I take a 50% paycut to live in a ski resort town??? I'm so sick of Tokyo

Oh, and stretch nylon (1) or crispy nylon (2)? Five-button (1) or three-button (2)?

Edit: brand is Teatora. Love the stuff - giant pockets, I can fit my computer and carry it around in my jacket to meetings




Edited by nicelynice - 8/18/16 at 5:12pm
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1. no

2. three button crispy
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^ditto

 

I think a ski resort town would get old fast. They're resorts for a reason - you're not meant to stay long term.

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^ditto

I think a ski resort town would get old fast. They're resorts for a reason - you're not meant to stay long term.

don't get me wrong, i LOVE smaller communities [hello Victoria!], but 50% pay cut? HELL NO.
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