Fashion input please:
I know that most members in Classic tuck their shirts in as a rule, but I was out buying slacks today and found a couple pairs that had very nice cuts, fabric, and fits. As I was trying them on, I couldnt help but notice that they looked good with the polo I was wearing and looked good with some fitted T shirts and button ups.
Has anyone here explored the option of wearing slacks as pants, and not a strictly tucked-shirt option? I thought the look was pretty clean myself, a welcome difference from jeans
I tuck in polos and tee shirts too, but yeah, you're free to wear somewhat dressier slacks with more casual shirts. Worsted wool would probably look odd, but a flannel or any sort of rougher fabric would be fine. Personally, the furthest I go with a tee shirt of polo is pressed khakis, but if you like the look, go for it.