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Great link!

Anyone have any thoughts on where these might be appropriate other than the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show? Even there?

Clark Plain-Front Dog Motif Vintage Chinos


Party in the Hamptons, Martha's Vineyard, etc., or any other leisure activity where the people around you understand the go-to-hell pants. To a live episode taping of one of Jesse Thorn's shows.
post #8807 of 28517
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I recently bought a pair of boots in a tan/light brown grainy leather. I wanted something a little more chocolatey in color but I couldnt find the shoe I wanted so I have these now. What is the best way to darken them? To what extent is using darker shoe polish on them (dark brown or cherry or even black) to darken them with time useful? Has anyone done this? What are the results? Thanks

It's pretty simple. Darker shoe polish on lighter shoes = darker shoes.
post #8808 of 28517
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Originally Posted by Kenneth Cole Haan View Post
Sure, on halloween.

I never liked these kind of 'decal' trousers, Ralph Lauren has similar ones, they attract too much attention to the legs; if you wear them for something other than house painting, treat them like Spiderman underwear and never let female eyes gaze upon them, lest your genetic code die out this generation . . .

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Party in the Hamptons, Martha's Vineyard, etc., or any other leisure activity where the people around you understand the go-to-hell pants. To a live episode taping of one of Jesse Thorn's shows.

Oh. Okay, thanks.
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I found a white Lacoste polo for $23 out the door after various sales and coupons I have. Should I cop? I'm not sure how I'd wear a white polo.
post #8810 of 28517
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I found a white Lacoste polo for $23 out the door after various sales and coupons I have. Should I cop? I'm not sure how I'd wear a white polo.
Tennis? Squash?
post #8811 of 28517
This is interesting: http://www.etsy.com/listing/60961636...at3_gallery_36 Not necessarily a question but people always look for cheap monks.
post #8812 of 28517
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Originally Posted by netovargas90 View Post
I recently bought a pair of boots in a tan/light brown grainy leather. I wanted something a little more chocolatey in color but I couldnt find the shoe I wanted so I have these now. What is the best way to darken them? To what extent is using darker shoe polish on them (dark brown or cherry or even black) to darken them with time useful? Has anyone done this? What are the results? Thanks

Best way to darken them: search for the antiquing thread. Basically you'd strip the color off using acetone, then build it to the color you want with cremes, polish and lots of elbow grease.
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when does the nordstrom half yearly begin?
post #8814 of 28517
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Originally Posted by netovargas90 View Post
I recently bought a pair of boots in a tan/light brown grainy leather. I wanted something a little more chocolatey in color but I couldnt find the shoe I wanted so I have these now. What is the best way to darken them? To what extent is using darker shoe polish on them (dark brown or cherry or even black) to darken them with time useful? Has anyone done this? What are the results? Thanks

I've had success using dark brown shoe cream, did it gradually, and the color darkened nicely over time, shoe creams contain more pigments than oil based shoe polishes.
post #8815 of 28517
If it fits you, buy it. It's a very good price and a white polo is pretty versatile: jeans, khakis, almost everything works I think.

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I found a white Lacoste polo for $23 out the door after various sales and coupons I have. Should I cop? I'm not sure how I'd wear a white polo.
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Is the jacket below real leather or pleather? I'm finding it really difficult to tell for some reason.



Thanks.
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What is the thought of khaki or light tan dress pants in a business casual setting? Too casual-looking? Too middle-schoolish?
post #8818 of 28517
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What is the thought of khaki or light tan dress pants in a business casual setting? Too casual-looking? Too middle-schoolish?

It depends on the industry and specific company's culture. Business casual in law or banking, stick with darker trousers until you have reason to believe lighter will fit in.

I would avoid tan or "khaki" chinos in the office even if others choose to wear, but it's personal preference.
post #8819 of 28517
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when does the nordstrom half yearly begin?

Today.

In-Store and Online Sale Dates

* "¢ Half-Yearly Sale for Women and Kids"”starts Wednesday, May 25
* "¢ Half-Yearly Sale for Men"”starts Friday, June 17
* "¢ Anniversary Sale"”starts Friday, July 15 and ends Sunday, July 31
* "¢ Half-Yearly Sale for Women and Kids"”starts Wednesday, November 2
* "¢ Half-Yearly Sale for Men"”starts Sunday, December 25 online, and Monday, December 26 in-store

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It depends on the industry and specific company's culture. Business casual in law or banking, stick with darker trousers until you have reason to believe lighter will fit in.

I would avoid tan or "khaki" chinos in the office even if others choose to wear, but it's personal preference.

Yeah, I'm definitely talking about khaki-COLORED dress pants, not Dockers or something you'd see a skateboarding teen-ager tooling around in.

Hardest thing for me about dark trousers is finding a sports coat to wear with them without it looking like a suit. With light pants, you can throw on a gray or blue blazer and there's good contrast.
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