Recent Purchases (Classic menswear - formerly Men's clothing)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by A Harris, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. steffenbp11

    steffenbp11 Senior member

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    It's probably ok as a casual shirt ( not my kind of style though). Wouldn't wear it with a suit and tie. I know Eton make a quality shirt, but there is always something that keeps me from buying: crazy contrast buttons, contrast collar lining etc...
     


  2. Hampton

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    First time ever I go by this... did I make a mistake here.. Since I mostly wear suit and tie at work.
     


  3. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    i dont think its ugly, nor do i think you made a mistake. but i also dont think it will work with a SC, probably great with nice chinos though. its good to have nice casual shirts.
     
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  4. steffenbp11

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    It might just be a question of taste, but the stripes and the quite dark colour would keep me from wearing it with a suit and tie - then again I wear light blue shirts 4 out of 5 workdays :)
     


  5. Hampton

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    Same here but I thought i'll mix it up little. Damn me.
     


  6. Hampton

    Hampton Senior member

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    Yeah you are right or maybe with a pair of jeans and loafers or something like that?
     


  7. mktitsworth

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    What kind of cuff does it have? Barrel hopefully.
     


  8. Hampton

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    French cuff...
     
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    Barrel cuffs are button cuffs.
     


  10. Hampton

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    Understood that, but it's french, so it's a crazy mix here how it will work as a casual shirt...?
     


  11. mktitsworth

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    French matches the formality of the cutaway collar. You could try the shirt with a tan or sand colored suit, red or orange neat tie, and brown suede shoes.
     


  12. Fraiche

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    Just return it. If you need that much thought on how to wear something, it's probably not worth having.
     


  13. steffenbp11

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    I tend to agree with Fraiche - unless you happen to have a tan or a sand coloured suit - not everyone does :)
     


  14. Hampton

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    On sale can't be returned and of course I think a lot before I wear something. Clothes is my second life that's why I became a member here.
     


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    put on some jeans, roll up the sleeves, show some chest rug and wear it on a night out
     


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