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Slightly less tapered chinos than my fits last week, what do we think? I reckon they are baggy but happy to be convinced as they are a really soft cotton and I like them!

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Slightly less tapered chinos than my fits last week, what do we think? I reckon they are baggy but happy to be convinced as they are a really soft cotton and I like them!

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Baggy?? No, they're much better. There is something odd going on with your jacket shoulders though.

Just a pet peeve of mine, but if you have one of those shirt sleeves with two buttons: pick the buttoning point at the correct circumference for you, and cut the other one off.
 

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Baggy?? No, they're much better. There is something odd going on with your jacket shoulders though.

Just a pet peeve of mine, but if you have one of those shirt sleeves with two buttons: pick the buttoning point at the correct circumference for you, and cut the other one off.
Good point about the buttons! With the shoulders it might just be the way I'm holding my phone up is causing some bunching, I'll try to get someone to take a photo next time I wear this jacket. Thanks for the feedback and yes, the more I wear these trousers the more I love the fit.
 

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Good point about the buttons!
No, it's not a good point. It's his pet peeve, not yours. I often wear a dress shirt casually, with the top two buttons undone. I don't cut them off.
 

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No, it's not a good point. It's his pet peeve, not yours. I often wear a dress shirt casually, with the top two buttons undone. I don't cut them off.
While it is just a pet peeve of mine, and in no way the ordinary practice, I should point out that I was speaking of the cuff buttons, not the placket.
 

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