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The length was in line with what I’d expect for a blouson. Maybe the angle? The body cavity was massive though and I’m not exactly thin. I wouldn’t have liked the bulk of a size up, so it had to go back.was the body a bit long for you? or is it just the camera angle?
I think it works best as dress casual. I wouldn't wear it with a tie, and also wouldn't wear it completely casually. But then I don't really do CM casual unless I have to for social reasons.To the folks who have the G. Inglese Beige hemp, soy & ramie shirt (or Greg), would you consider that shirt more of a dress shirt than a casual shirt?
With no chest pocket and the way the shoulder fabric of the Inglese's are, I wasn't sure.
I think it works best as dress casual. I wouldn't wear it with a tie, and also wouldn't wear it completely casually. But then I don't really do CM casual unless I have to for social reasons.
Thanks guys."oulipien said:More dress than casual, IMO (but my opinion likely shouldn't be given a lot of weight).
I have it too and it’s fucking nuts!With the weather warming up, I have resumed wearing the Sage de Cret camo hunting jacket from several seasons ago. I still get compliments/where did I get it questions from complete strangers just about every time I wear it. Easily my best NMWA purchase.