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It will be too hot for any layering.. about 80F. I live in SoCal smile.gif

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Originally Posted by kushburner View Post

It will be too hot for any layering.. about 80F. I live in SoCal smile.gif

Fair enough. Don't wear the tie though. That look (shirt + tie) is hated on here. Trust me it doesn't look good. So yeah just don't wear the tie and in that case you'd want to wear a different shirt. Also wear some nice socks to add some color.
post #18018 of 27523

If no tie then I'll wear a blue shirt instead and maybe a watch

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I am a uni student.

 

Fairly tanned.

 

6 feet. 70kg. Lean body.

 

Suggest me a set of clothing. Illustration will be great.


Thanks!

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PS. I meant suit!

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One that fits.
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Originally Posted by Hexism View Post

I am a uni student.

Fairly tanned.

6 feet. 70kg. Lean body.

Suggest me a set of clothing. Illustration will be great.


Thanks!

You omitted your eye and hair color. Also your penis length.
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Been on a search for a grey/charcoal winter coat and am having no luck. I want it to be wool, above the knees and fairly simple. I like both of the coats below a lot but neither have slant pockets for your hands (am I the only person in the world who wants to keep their hands warm while wearing a coat?). Anyone have similar suggestions? Preferably under $700.

 

 

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Allen Edmonds Amok Chukkas: what color for the most fall versatility? Chocolate, Snuff or Tan? I'm usually a jeans & OCBD guy, with the occasional cords or chinos thrown in.

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I prefer Snuff, but Chocolate would be a close second. Tan is a distant third for my tastes.
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does anyone know what a good "garden casual" outfit for a wedding in the caribbean would be?

 

i'm a total disaster in clothing, so some advice wouldn't hurt.  i need everything, shoes , shirt, blazer?, pants, belt.

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What would you pair this bowtie with?

 

http://www.pantaclothing.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=bowtie15

 

I don't wear many white shirts.  And I'm not sure a blue/white college striped OCBD would work.  Not sure if I should pull the trigger on it, though the textures are interesting . ..

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Originally Posted by Velazkez View Post

What would you pair this bowtie with?

http://www.pantaclothing.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=bowtie15

I don't wear many white shirts.  And I'm not sure a blue/white college striped OCBD would work.  Not sure if I should pull the trigger on it, though the textures are interesting . ..

Yeah, that would work with a blue/white univeristy stripe. Besides white, a tan shirt could work as well. Maybe light blue, though while I tend to steer away from light blue against light blue, the brown might be enough resolve that. You could also look at checks- gingham would be a fun pairing (I have a green one that would work nicely), or a tattersall.

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If you can return the Joseph A. Bank stuff, then that isn't a bad idea, as they are not really known for their quality on this board. However, $950 is not too bad for the stuff you got. Any recommendations for something similar from approved brands is going to cost you twice as much.

The quality is actually good for the price, as long as you understand that their base price is what they sell it for during their omnipresent 2/3rds off sale. That's normal retail. If you buy it at the posted retail, it's a very bad deal. Don't do that.

The thing they really (and rightly) get shit for is the fit. The stuff they offer is very generously cut, and fits like a sack on most people. If you go to a store and try stuff on- you may be able to make one of their fits work for you (though don't be shocked if you have to go down a size). And they're probably the best option around for low priced classic formalwear.
post #18029 of 27523
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Originally Posted by scrolls View Post

Been on a search for a grey/charcoal winter coat and am having no luck. I want it to be wool, above the knees and fairly simple. I like both of the coats below a lot but neither have slant pockets for your hands (am I the only person in the world who wants to keep their hands warm while wearing a coat?). Anyone have similar suggestions? Preferably under $700.

 

 

Banana republic makes some good ones, and saks red or black label (can be found in store and for a steep discount at the outlets as well) are also good value for the money at under that price. the saks black label has a 100% cashmere one for about $800

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Are these chinos (in vintage cabernet color) yay or ney. Of course they won't be classic regular wear, but more weekend wear. Very casual and comfortable fit. What would they go with:

http://m.jcrew.com/mt/www.jcrew.com/mens_category/pants/brokeninchinos/PRDOVR~19488/19488.jsp?un_jtt_v_PDP=1
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