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HollyJoint

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what will change in the style and look of each collar of these jackets?
harrington more casual and daring?



 

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Calling either of those jackets daring might be a stretch.

correct but I was just talking about the difference in their collar.
The harrington's raised collar is more connotated with youth, also used a lot by people of extreme political right, will it still look good for a casual style, with a chino and a v neck sweater?
 

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I'm thinking yes no yes

I want some sand color pants for the summer. (Schneider) khakis like a good Republican
 

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