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Tonight: BR Red Textured stripe T-shirt BR Khaki Cargo Shorts TBNY Black Leather/tan suede sandals YSL Rive Gauche pour homme
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Thread Starter 
Yes, yes, I know pics would be nice. So someone send me a cheap digital camera and I'll post them (mine, kaput).

Anyway, wearing a dark maroon/red thermal under a grey with purple undertones tee, both Jay Allen blanks. APC braided suede leather cuff (now thoroughly "distressed"), grey military cap, Nudies RRDS and my Maltese Cross Baltazar belt, and white (really cream) with red accent Marc Jacob Vans slip ons.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
Anyway, wearing a dark maroon/red thermal under a grey with purple undertones tee

Is it that cool in Boston right now, or are you suffering for your style? I'd love to wear something besides t-shirts and button-ups with the sleeves rolled back, but this humidity....
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster
Is it that cool in Boston right now, or are you suffering for your style? I'd love to wear something besides t-shirts and button-ups with the sleeves rolled back, but this humidity....

I suffer for my style. I've worn this in 105 F high desert weather as well. I don't tend to overheat or get cold very easily (my body apparently has become good at keeping constand body temperatures), so it's not a big deal for me. Besides, I ran my first race in a while yesterday (mile splits sucked), and am a little drained still, so I feel cooler than normal right now.
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Black Lacoste Polo
Nudies Regular Ralf Dry
Black J Crew belt (10 yrs old and very distressed now)
Adidas Chile 62 black with yellow stripes
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
I suffer for my style. I've worn this in 105 F high desert weather as well. I don't tend to overheat or get cold very easily (my body apparently has become good at keeping constand body temperatures), so it's not a big deal for me. Besides, I ran my first race in a while yesterday (mile splits sucked), and am a little drained still, so I feel cooler than normal right now.

Works for me. I'm almost at the point where I'm willing to do that myself--I'm getting soooo tired of t-shirts....

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Originally Posted by topcatny
Black J Crew belt (10 yrs old and very distressed now)

The same waist size for 10 years? You are a man among men.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
I suffer for my style.


spoken like a true sartorialist. Even in this so cal 100+ weather I wear my slim dry jeans, wool trousers, etc...the same shit I'd wear in the fall/winter.
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Originally Posted by Wade M
Thanks SO much to all of you...Will write a genreal reply to all over the weekend and outline what I was trying to do....

Cheers,
Wade

I know I'm a bit late but I love the french cuffs and jeans...
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster
The same waist size for 10 years? You are a man among men.


Well I do have to buckle it one spot over now so it's not completely unchanged. At the rate I am going that belt's not going to fit much longer unless I get back into shape.
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Brioni shirt
Moschino jeans
Tommy Bahama belt
Zegna socks
David Eden laceups
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White Le Tigre polo with widely spaced light blue stripes
Blue Cult Dark Destroyed jeans
Tommy Bahama black/tan leather sandals
Bvlgari Solotempo
Hugo Boss Baldessarini EDT
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Tonight (after dinner drinks at Cafe R&D)

Le Tigre Light Blue/White Wide Stripe polo
Bootcut OLAs in Dark Worn
Dark Brown Prada Chelsea Boots
Rolex Daytona SS Black Dials
Clive Christian X
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Originally Posted by topcatny
Well I do have to buckle it one spot over now so it's not completely unchanged. At the rate I am going that belt's not going to fit much longer unless I get back into shape.

A belt is a great "pacer". It can be a very happy or very sad time to shift notches in a belt

--Wade
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Setup: I work in an office environment, where it's smart-casual. For most that's buisness clothing, sans tie. I have another look which I wear to work, which is polo + jean, which is my casual look (making me the most 'casual'[as aposed to style] person in the office) Objective: trying to do was mix my two looks. method: I picked my most ill fitting shirt (fits great on the shoulders, as you've all noticed, big cuffs, bit baggy, and it's very think cotton), and wore my jeans. My mentality: was that if I could pull the look off, I'd have no problems pulling it off with my nice fitting shirts, with the jeans. So with all your feedback, I believe that I can pull the look off. I did feel pretty good with the look, but of course I was going to be biased about the look (I got a few good comments around the office as well) The shoe thing, I'm not a fan of curved toed shoes. Once again, thanks for your feedback, it means a lot. --Wade PS swooc / PunctualAlex, thanks for such compliments!
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Am I completely hopeless?

Wearing:

Esprit Pink Polo Shirt
Sand Green Cotton Sweater
J&J Denim Attitude Jeans
Vagabond Monkstrap Boots, Espresso
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