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Not Quite Sartorialist...

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Servo2000, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. Servo2000

    Servo2000 Well-Known Member

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    But still technically Men's Fashion. I already posted this in streetwear. If that's not allowed, feel free to delete this, or something. Some questions on clothes, I figured this seemed like the right crowd, so here goes:

    This one's a two-parter.

    First, I was inspired by some of the clothes worn by the PowerHaus Jewelry models, and I was wondering if anyone knew a place to grab something fairly similiar to the grey jacket, and the vest in the second, preferably in black.

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    Just wanting to try something new, and not paricularly experienced in buying these sort of things.

    Anyway, thanks for that part.

    Secondly, for the vest (since I can't really go walking around with just a vest on), what do you think would look good under it? I'm trying to keep with the minimalist/casual look, so no suits or dress shirts here. Maybe a sleeveless white shirt? V-Neck?

    Your thoughts appreciated!

    (P.S. Sorry about being so longwinded)
     
  2. JonnyD

    JonnyD Member

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    "Do you ever think that someone on this forum is"
     
  3. Servo2000

    Servo2000 Well-Known Member

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    Hah, more like...

    "Sometimes, in my spare time, I'm..."
     

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