WAYWRN: Classic Menswear, Casual Style

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

  1. Threadbearer

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    I realize I'm in the minority here, but I completely disagree. In my mind, polos are too informal for tucking. If I'm going to tuck it in I might as well put on a necktie, too. :p
     


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    definitely no tuck. wtf.
     


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    Don't you mean, What the tuck?
     


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    sure. thanks mate
     


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    You know that's a comfor thing with the polo tucked in or out in my opinion. Great look again by the way :)!
     


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    Why is it sprezz to leave one buckle on your monks undone?
     


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    Own style, own rules.
     


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    But every hip dude on Tumblr with a pair does the same thing.
     


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    erictheobscure Senior member

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    Am I displaying automotive sprezzatura when I drive around with my fuel tank cover open?
     


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    I always make at least one passenger leave their seatbelt unbuckled -- purely for sprezz purposes, of course.

    AJV, I like the rest of your work, however.
     
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    Lazy sunday...nothing special but haven't posted in a while. Tan boat shoes on the bottom.

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    Some good pics posted by AJV but I really detest that gimmicky shit. Might as well wear crocs if fastening two buckles is just too much trouble.
     


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    your concerns and rothschild's money. don't get carried away...
     
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    I have the same belt, and even though it's labeled small/medium, it's 2 or 3 inches too long for me. Do you think it's something a cobbler could shorten, or is it a no-go with the woven fabric?
     


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