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Originally Posted by adamt View Post

As a 26 year old guy i realise i need to dress smarter for my age, which i assume is wearing long sleeve (rolled up) casual shirts with jeans/chinos,

so i recently bought these 2 flannel shirts:
Your answers can be found by checking out the StyleForum 101 section and by lurking the WAYWRN Casual thread.

But now i need some other shirts, but am lost whart colours/styles /fabric are best for someone my age for evening and weekend daytime?
 
Also ... i have a pair of dark brown boat shoes, but what other suitable shoe types are there for casual daytime/evening wear - to the pub, out with friends/girlfriend ...shops, cinema, restuarants, bars etc

bottoms would be denim jeans & creme chinos/cargos

thanks

Why are things not posting?

The answers your looking for can be found in the Styleforum 101 section and by lurking the WAYWRN Casual thread.
post #16952 of 28319
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Do wider shoes have larger toeboxes? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I tried on a pair of size 10 AE Park Avenues the other day that fit perfectly, except for the toes in the right shoe (my right foot is ever so slightly bigger than my left, so I often have to size up to avoid crushing my pinky toe). Would a 10E fix the problem (there were no nontraditional widths available, so I didn't get to try one on)? Or should I just size up and deal with the extra space?

yes.
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i looked at style101 with no success on the answers im looking for, 

i couldnt find the WAYWRN Casual thread?

post #16954 of 28319
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Originally Posted by adamt View Post

i looked at style101 with no success on the answers im looking for, 
i couldnt find the WAYWRN Casual thread?

Your question is really broad which makes for a difficult succinct answer. The link for the WAYWRN casual thread is below. You might also consider browsing the Streetwear & Denim forum.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/253842/waywrn-mc-casual-style
post #16955 of 28319

So I just purchased my first 2 pairs of AE's; Black Park Ave and Walnut Hale's. So obviously the black PA's are a staple and can be dressed up with just about anything, but what are your opinions on the Walnut Hales? It's definitely a lighter shade of brown so is there anything I should avoid wearing them with? Can they go with a dark navy suit, light grey suit, and dressed down as far as dark denim with a sport coat?

 

 

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Thoughts on double pleats? I can get a great deal on a very well made suit and all the measurements are right. I'm not sure I've even seen a double pleat in person. Is is considered very formal? Out of date? Etc.

edit: Should have made it more obvious that it's an online sale so I can't get a good look unless I buy it.
post #16957 of 28319
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Originally Posted by MarshMan114 View Post

Can they go with a dark navy suit, light grey suit,


no
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I am going to a wedding (grooms man) and I need to get a light grey suite. I don't really need one, so I think its going to have to be on the cheap side.. maybe up to around $400-500. I know its not a lot of a suite, but its all I can afford so..

I will try locally, but I was wondering if anyone here can suggest an online sale, or a good website for that.

The groom will be wearing this

http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/bar-iii-suit-light-grey-solid-peak-lapel-slim-fit?ID=647160&CategoryID=17788&LinkType=#fn=sp%3D4%26spc%3D197%26ruleId%3D66%26slotId%3D136

and I guess the closer I can get to that shade of grey, the better.

Thanks in advance!

ps. He wants to do brown shoes ? I have several pairs.. but I ma not sure if that will be ok with the light grey.
post #16959 of 28319
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post


no

 

I suppose the next logical question is how would they best be dressed up?

 

Marsh

post #16960 of 28319
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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

Thoughts on double pleats? I can get a great deal on a very well made suit and all the measurements are right. I'm not sure I've even seen a double pleat in person. Is is considered very formal? Out of date? Etc.

edit: Should have made it more obvious that it's an online sale so I can't get a good look unless I buy it.

Properly-fitted trousers with double pleats are perfectly fine. Double pleats on trousers have gotten a bad rap because they are so often poorly fitted. When that's the case, the pleats are pulled open and the entire waistline looks like a mass of crumpled fabric. When they're properly fitted, they hang straight and closed and few people would even notice their presence.
post #16961 of 28319
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Originally Posted by MarshMan114 View Post

So I just purchased my first 2 pairs of AE's; Black Park Ave and Walnut Hale's. So obviously the black PA's are a staple and can be dressed up with just about anything, but what are your opinions on the Walnut Hales? It's definitely a lighter shade of brown so is there anything I should avoid wearing them with? Can they go with a dark navy suit, light grey suit, and dressed down as far as dark denim with a sport coat?


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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post


no

At least on this side of the Atlantic, they can go with a navy or light gray suit. It's not the most conservative pairing so probably unwise for job interviews or board meetings, but acceptable for an average day in any but the most staid offices.
post #16962 of 28319
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Originally Posted by dah328 View Post


At least on this side of the Atlantic, they can go with a navy or light gray suit. It's not the most conservative pairing so probably unwise for job interviews or board meetings, but acceptable for an average day in any but the most staid offices.

 

Thanks for the input. The black PA's will definitely be for more serious attire so these will be paired with slacks and chinos or nice weekend wear more than anything. My workplace is terribly under-dressed as is so it won't draw any unwanted attention. 

post #16963 of 28319
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Originally Posted by dah328 View Post

Properly-fitted trousers with double pleats are perfectly fine. Double pleats on trousers have gotten a bad rap because they are so often poorly fitted. When that's the case, the pleats are pulled open and the entire waistline looks like a mass of crumpled fabric. When they're properly fitted, they hang straight and closed and few people would even notice their presence.

Nice, thank you very much. It's a Golden Fleece suit that's only been worn a couple times so I am assuming they are well made enough to look the way you described. And if not, I have an excellent tailor and could pay for alterations as a last resort. I just didn't want it to be considered too stuffy or old and most of my forum searches led me to single pleat vs. flat front posts. Anyways, thanks again.
post #16964 of 28319
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Originally Posted by MarshMan114 View Post

So I just purchased my first 2 pairs of AE's; Black Park Ave and Walnut Hale's. So obviously the black PA's are a staple and can be dressed up with just about anything, but what are your opinions on the Walnut Hales? It's definitely a lighter shade of brown so is there anything I should avoid wearing them with? Can they go with a dark navy suit, light grey suit, and dressed down as far as dark denim with a sport coat?




I don't understand why some people are saying 'no'. I think it depends on your preferences. In the last 3 years this color has been worn with just about everything except black suits. A style that has made its way even into very conservative workplaces. If you are a modern dresser you should be able to pull it off. Especially with the light gray (as long as its not a super light gray with black mix)

You should not wear them to a job interview or very formal occasion. But when you already have the job and are at less formal events but prefer wearing a suit or dress pants you can definitely do it.
post #16965 of 28319
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Originally Posted by go0gle View Post

I am going to a wedding (grooms man) and I need to get a light grey suite. I don't really need one, so I think its going to have to be on the cheap side.. maybe up to around $400-500. I know its not a lot of a suite, but its all I can afford so..
I will try locally, but I was wondering if anyone here can suggest an online sale, or a good website for that.
The groom will be wearing this
http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/bar-iii-suit-light-grey-solid-peak-lapel-slim-fit?ID=647160&CategoryID=17788&LinkType=#fn=sp%3D4%26spc%3D197%26ruleId%3D66%26slotId%3D136
and I guess the closer I can get to that shade of grey, the better.
Thanks in advance!
ps. He wants to do brown shoes ? I have several pairs.. but I ma not sure if that will be ok with the light grey.

http://www.blacklapel.com/suits/solid-cool-gray.html

There is a brown that can go with it.

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$450 for a nice suit you could wear to a job interview in the future.
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