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  1. PittiUomo

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    How about the black ver of Clarks DB from davidz
     
  2. acedevil

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    Shirt tucked in or tucked out for a casual outing?

    Is a black jacket on a brown polo or a shirt fine?

    And finally, which one seems better.

    A white shirt tucked in Khaki's and a blue v-neck sweater or a light faded blue shirt, black jeans and v-neck sweater?

    The sweater is a navy blue. And what other things can you wear with a v-neck sweater?
     
  3. cptjeff

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    Tucked in, always, unless on the beach with shorts or something incredibly casual, and with a shirt made for the purpose.

    Depends on the brown. Really dark, like a chocolate? No. A medium brown? Treat it the same as you would a burgundy or similar. Basic color matching. If you have any sort of eye for such things, your gut should be pretty accurate. If it looks discordant, it is.

    I would stay away from wearing navy with black, at least dark navy. Lighter navies you're okay with, but I'd still chose a different color.

    As for what you can wear with a navy v neck, any shade of brown or khaki, any shade of gray, olive. Of some non traditional pant colors, I would avoid purple and burgundy, though yellow would work nicely. Shirts? Just about anything you can dream up, but stay away from dark shirts. Unlike many around here, I think dark shirts have their place, but that place is not with a dark sweater. You need contrast. Wear dark shirts with something like a medium gray sweater.

    If you really meant v neck in general, any pant and any proper button up shirt. Tie, no tie, your choice. With a suit, under a sportcoat, with jeans. It's really the most neutral sweater design imaginable IMO.
     
  4. ho1joon

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    Is this authentic John Rich&Bros. Label?
    I saw one in ebay, and have searched but can't sure about the authencity.


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  5. Deedee

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    Thinking about getting a Duffle Coat and found this model. Wanted to go with a Navy but am unsure if it will look too long on me since I am only 1,78m. Any opinions on this and maybe some other suggestions?
    Thanks!
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  6. CruzAzul

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    I personally think that big boxy duffle coats with the huge toggles are way post-peak and are well on their way to becoming the men's equivalent of Uggs.
     
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    I didn't think Woolrich was a big enough brand for anyone to bother faking.
     
  8. JubeiSpiegel

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    Traveling to England next month, i wanted to pick up some good dress shirts, but i'm afraid i am not sure where to start. I have heard names like Drake's London, Thomas Mason, Thomas Pink thrown around, but i am not sure of the quality ladder as far as english brands are concerned. What brand makes good quality dress shirts, and what kind of price range am i expecting for each? Also, if possible, are there ways of attaining said shirts at a discount? Thank you all for the help.
     
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  10. cliche

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    Were can I get a shirt like this? Or whats the name of this kind of shirts?

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  11. CruzAzul

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    JCPenney? Sears?
     
  12. cliche

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    What? There is not nicer brands that make this kind of shirts? I want to know whats the name of this kind of ''silk'' shirts or what it now is...
     
  13. Kensington

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    Etro usually has some bright floral sport shirts. Barneys carries it.
     
  14. cliche

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    Thanks alot man!
     
  15. onix

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    ^ I thought that Scott wears RLPL only...
     

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