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navy blazer & denim pants

warmman

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Hi ~
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I`m called warm. Nice to meet you.
I like wearing clothes. (both formal & informal)
Next time, I would like to see more great pictures of you.
bye~
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JS1357

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Hi Warm,

Very nice fit on blazer and jeans. I would try this look without a tie, or loossen the tie to make it more casual.
 

warmman

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Originally Posted by JS1357
Hi Warm,

Very nice fit on blazer and jeans. I would try this look without a tie, or loossen the tie to make it more casual.


You right. I really understand. thanks.
 

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haha warman
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Nice to see you at SF. Are you switching to SF from Department Store Gallery ?
 

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those jeans look a little teenagery to me, I always think looks like this look much better with plain indigo jeans without any fake fading and tearing - you wouldn't want any other item of clothing to look broken.
 

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Originally Posted by Last Year's Man
those jeans look a little teenagery to me, I always think looks like this look much better with plain indigo jeans without any fake fading and tearing - you wouldn't want any other item of clothing to look broken.
I have to agree here. Lose the tie or get solid dark jeans.
 

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Originally Posted by Last Year's Man
those jeans look a little teenagery to me, I always think looks like this look much better with plain indigo jeans without any fake fading and tearing - you wouldn't want any other item of clothing to look broken.

You`re absolutely right. ^^ I think so too. Thanks for your insights.
 

warmman

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Originally Posted by claremontboff
haha warman
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Nice to see you at SF. Are you switching to SF from Department Store Gallery ?


HAHAHA~ very nice to meet you
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just Been watching. see you at the Department Store Gallery~
 

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Agreed with other posters. Solid dark indigo is the way to go....selvedge would be ok too.
 

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Maybe throw in a red tie if you prefer a tie...loose knot...
 

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Originally Posted by JS1357
Hi Warm,

Very nice fit on blazer and jeans. I would try this look without a tie, or loossen the tie to make it more casual.


Why loosen the tie?
 

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Originally Posted by k4lnamja
Why loosen the tie?

The sharp tailored look of the top half contrasts rather sharply with the faded jeans. As others have said, a darker unfaded jean will tie things together better(though may look rather monotone), but a more disheveled/casual look up top (with a loose or completely omitted tie) would balance with the current jeans.
 

warmman

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Originally Posted by Mexicorn
The sharp tailored look of the top half contrasts rather sharply with the faded jeans. As others have said, a darker unfaded jean will tie things together better(though may look rather monotone), but a more disheveled/casual look up top (with a loose or completely omitted tie) would balance with the current jeans.

Thanks for detailed explanation.
Have a good day~
 

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Hello "Warm"...

So nice to make your aquaintance.

WOWEE!!!!!!!
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