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post #17371 of 28722
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Originally Posted by EvenStevenJay View Post

 

 

Not to be a dick but isn't that shirt a vertically striped shirt and not a horizontally striped shirt? wink.gif

 

I like the shirt, especially the color, but in my opinion it's 20% shirt and 80% how the shirt fits you. So if it fits you well then I'd say pull the trigger on it. If I were wearing this shirt I'd rock em with a dark wash blue jean and more of a walnut colored oxford or chukka. I think a beige boat shoes would go well too. I have a pair of black jeans that I wear when I want to mix things up. I normally wear em with black or white shoes.


yes that was an error, i meant vertical stripes.

luckily i have a friend who is skilled in clothing tailoring, so i can get a nice fit edited.

 

any other opinions on this shirt and back faded jeans? what would you wear with them

post #17372 of 28722
Can anyone ID these shoes?

post #17373 of 28722
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Originally Posted by KObalto View Post


Umm, perhaps here? www.cheaney.co.uk/mens-shoes/1/classic You could also try Herring Shoes online and a few other sites.


Cheaney's site doesn't list the specific boot in question, neither does Herring/Pediwear/etc.

post #17374 of 28722
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Originally Posted by adamt View Post


yes that was an error, i meant vertical stripes.

luckily i have a friend who is skilled in clothing tailoring, so i can get a nice fit edited.

 

any other opinions on this shirt and back faded jeans? what would you wear with them

 

Anyone feel free to speak up if you disagree with me but I would prefer sticking with a nice set of blue jeans because your shoe options are far greater. I feel like black jeans are actually LESS dressy than a dark wash blue jean. Most of the time when I see someone wearing black jeans it's paired with a black or white sneaker. I like these pumas but I don't think I'd wear them with that shirt.

 

If you're dead set on wearing that shirt with black jeans I'd suggest a black or grey chukka?

 

post #17375 of 28722

I often read comments that you should avoid using a jacket from a pair of suit as a sports jacket alone. Can somebody elaborate how a jacket from a suit and an individual sports jacket differ when you look at them?

post #17376 of 28722
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Originally Posted by strangedream View Post

I often read comments that you should avoid using a jacket from a pair of suit as a sports jacket alone. Can somebody elaborate how a jacket from a suit and an individual sports jacket differ when you look at them?

They have different designs. A suit jacket is more conservative (solid or light, subtle designs) while a sports coat usually has patterns. A sports coat is more 'fun' version of a suit jacket.
post #17377 of 28722
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Originally Posted by strangedream View Post

I often read comments that you should avoid using a jacket from a pair of suit as a sports jacket alone. Can somebody elaborate how a jacket from a suit and an individual sports jacket differ when you look at them?

 

Suit jackets are fine worsted plain weaves or twills whereas sport coats are generally more interesting weaves like herringbones, tweeds, nailheads etc with chunkier yarns.

post #17378 of 28722
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Originally Posted by adamt View Post

does dark brown boat shoes look ok with them?
if black and brown never suit well, what footwear can i wear with black faded jeams and a casual shirt?
Well, I have a fondness for penny loafers. When on sale, Sebago Cayman II's are often available for about $100 per pair, which is inexpensive enough that even if you wind up not wearing them very often, you needn't feel bad about blowing serious money on them. And while they're certainly not extraordinary loafers, I'll take them over current Bass offerings, any day.

They're a step up from boat shoes, but are still casual enough to work nicely with jeans and a decent shirt. A pair in burgundy might be just the thing for you.

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Michael
post #17379 of 28722

Are there any truly slim chinos out there? I've tried both Lands End Canvas' and J. Crew's slimmest fitting chinos and both were still baggy. I'm 5'5 and ~135 lbs. I'm looking for something with a bit of color in addition to the regular khaki color - navys, corals, reds, grays, etc. Looking to spend less $100 (under $80 would be fantastic) per pair.

post #17380 of 28722
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Originally Posted by jasonleb1 View Post

Are there any truly slim chinos out there? I've tried both Lands End Canvas' and J. Crew's slimmest fitting chinos and both were still baggy. I'm 5'5 and ~135 lbs. I'm looking for something with a bit of color in addition to the regular khaki color - navys, corals, reds, grays, etc. Looking to spend less $100 (under $80 would be fantastic) per pair.


I'm also looking for slim-fitting chinos. I'm 5' 7", 145 lbs and in good shape. I tried J. Crew but their fit and quality are terrible. Brooks has better quality but their fit isn't much better. Thanks.
post #17381 of 28722

Are these black/gray ish jeans suitable for a 27 y/o man?

 

What would look good with these jeans?

Im quite lost what casual shirts/jumpers & colors and what footwear best suits these jeans?

 

is  there a different shade of black jeans thats more popular?

 

 

 

 

 

 

or do you think these ones are better/kmore stylish/more versatile?: :

 

 


Edited by adamt - 9/9/12 at 4:35am
post #17382 of 28722
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

Can anyone ID these shoes?

Nice jacket too.
post #17383 of 28722
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Originally Posted by strangedream View Post

I often read comments that you should avoid using a jacket from a pair of suit as a sports jacket alone. Can somebody elaborate how a jacket from a suit and an individual sports jacket differ when you look at them?


Another good reason is that you want the jacket and trousers to wear evenly. Being exposed to sunlight can also subtly alter the color of the fabric. If you wear our jacket without the trousers often enough, it will wear faster, and can look slightly different.

post #17384 of 28722

Gentlemen,

 

I need a black suit for a friend's wedding in November (not my choice - I'm a groomsman and this is the uniform he's picked). Not wanting to spend too much, I started poking around on eBay.

 

Botton line - does this look real and/or does anyone have experience with this seller? 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/44-R-RALPH-LAUREN-PURPLE-LABEL-BLACK-WOOL-SUIT-5-995-New-/190717973064?pt=US_CSA_MC_Suits&hash=item2c67ad5248#ht_923wt_1157

 

I particularly ask because the lining of the pants doesn't match the lining on a RLPL suit I bought a few years ago. 

 

Thanks in advance.

post #17385 of 28722
I need help with sizing or other options.
I bought a blazer 42r at Zara and at first glance everything looked fine, but I then noticed that the shoulder pads were sticking out and give me a very boxy appearance. I retuned it and tried a smaller size and no differnce. I just returned it and continued searching and found the same problems with them all. My build isnt anything extreme I work out and have a slight build, I wouldn't think my traps would off set the jacket tht much. I tried taking it to a tailor before I returned it the final time and they couldn't help they said. Where do I go from here I want something slim fitting and I'm striking out every where .
Thanks
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