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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Loake Kempton or Pimlico? Charles Tyrwhitt also sells a rebadged Loake in wide sizes.

Thanks for the information. I looked up some pictures and they seem to be exactly what I'm looking for. I looked on the Charles Tyrwhitt site and they were sold out. I then called them and they're sold out in all locations so it looks like I won't be able to get the CT version. Loake has them on their site for 190 pounds and CT had them for $175, a large difference to be sure. I guess I'll try to find another place to order the Loake ones online...
post #19352 of 31071
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


Between those two I would get camel. You would probably get better sizing help in the Howard Yount thread.

great, thanks

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Curious if I'm the only one with this clothing issue:

I've had a number of different styles and brands of pants where the fabric/material under the belt buckle and above the zipper wears out before the rest of the pants. I've tried different belts, and I've had this issue numerous times.

Anyone else experience this? Any suggestions?

 

Thanks!

Andy

post #19354 of 31071

white polo shirt under beige round neck sweater

700

does this look weird?

 

i recently got a white polo shirt as a gift, and it was kinda too big for me.

 

so i decided to wear it with my beige sweater. does this look weird to you guys?

 

any suggestions?

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Does anyone have any idea where this shirt, seen in Made in Chelsea, is from? There are many shirts like it/similar to it out there, as I've seen while searching, but I'm looking for the exact one. Any help would be much appreciated smile.gif

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Originally Posted by akahfahfdl View Post

700

does this look weird?

i recently got a white polo shirt as a gift, and it was kinda too big for me.

so i decided to wear it with my beige sweater. does this look weird to you guys?

any suggestions?

Yes, that is odd. It is best to do a oxford cloth button down collar shirt under a sweater. That's basically the only decent looking combo.
post #19357 of 31071

If I wore a Tie Skinny (be it either a real Skinny one) or just reverse tying it - Aka the paul Weller look, what length should I wear it?

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Originally Posted by akahfahfdl View Post

700

does this look weird?

 

i recently got a white polo shirt as a gift, and it was kinda too big for me.

 

so i decided to wear it with my beige sweater. does this look weird to you guys?

 

any suggestions?

 

I like your look and style.It depends if you like Pastals more than Brighter Colours, but I can see no wrng in teaming up both garments. It look's nice.

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Originally Posted by Chavlad View Post

If I wore a Tie Skinny (be it either a real Skinny one) or just reverse tying it - Aka the paul Weller look, what length should I wear it?

Don't reverse tie a tie, that is stupid. If you wear a skinny tie it should be tied the same length as any other. The end should reach the top of your pant waistband.
post #19360 of 31071
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


Don't reverse tie a tie, that is stupid. If you wear a skinny tie it should be tied the same length as any other. The end should reach the top of your pant waistband.

Why not? I think it is taking off big time now!

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All the more reason not to look like an idiot.
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All the more reason not to look like an idiot.

I think it look's good! search on You-tube and it really proves it's popular as well, with a good few videos on it there!

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Just because it is popular doesn't mean it is in good taste.
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Just because it is popular doesn't mean it is in good taste.

May be not, sorry we'll have to agree to disagree on this one I think Patrick. Sorry.

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Just because it is popular doesn't mean it is in good taste.

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