WAYWRN: Classic Menswear, Casual Style

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. winghus

    winghus Senior member

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    I would wear a much lighter color shoe with that, tan or mid-brown leather or snuff/polo suede. Shirt looks too heavy/outdoorsy/work shirty for the jacket.

    Edit: I could be totally off on colors, this is my work monitor which isn't calibrated.
     


  2. bienluienapris

    bienluienapris Senior member

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  3. JIMB

    JIMB Senior member

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    From a distance, that jacket (eidos augusto I'm guessing) looks too short/casual for the rest of the outfit, though in person it may be more coherent.

    Another +1 @MrVenneri

    Tried something different earlier this month with a kurta gifted from a friend.

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  4. Lucido

    Lucido Senior member

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    @bienluienapris Very nice Teba. I have one on the way shortly from the good people at Lopez Aragon.
     


  5. thefoxtooth

    thefoxtooth Senior member

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    You should put on a white shirt with that and really consider wearing it outside
     


  6. An Acute Style

    An Acute Style Senior member

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    I'll most likely wear it as a suit sometime this summer. Leaning toward a white shirt. Not sure about the vest.
     


  7. thefoxtooth

    thefoxtooth Senior member

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    I advocate the vest if the heat will permit it
     


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