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navy blazer & denim pants

blahman

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Originally Posted by zerostyle
How do people not realize this is a spam bot?

Because the pictures aren't very spammery...

Anyway... spam or not, those 2 pictures really depict business casual.
 

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Originally Posted by zerostyle
How do people not realize this is a spam bot?

Some things on the internet mystify me. What exactly is the OP spamming, and what is the point of it lol?
 

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Originally Posted by Poindexter
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Sorry, that just doesn't work. The blazer is way to dark. I think he needs to wear a light grey blazer with light jeans instead:

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if youza gonna do it, den do it rite!
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^^ignore stupid cuffs
 

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I feel like the jeans need to be straight fit and not skinny to pull off the casual blazer and jeans look, other wise it just ends up looking too hard / rock n roll.

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Jeans are too tight...

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Ditto...

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A bit better....

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The right fit, but please get thos jeans altered so they are the right length!

^^ignore stupid cuffs[/quote]
 

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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.

This.

Go with plain, dark, slim fitting denim.

myke
 

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