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WAYWRN: Classic Menswear, Casual Style

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

  1. Dewi

    Dewi Senior member

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    I believe that is called your jib line.
     
  2. Numbernine

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    that sir is correct in addition only the brass tip of the belt may be exposed through the buckle
     
  3. Citan1145

    Citan1145 Senior member

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    From yesterday evening. I seem to always fall back to this color combo for this jacket haha. Enjoy your tuesday folks.

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  4. John Doe

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    Gig line.:teach: If it's sloppy you get gigged (an infraction) during inspection.
     
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  5. hpreston

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    Men's belts should be worn with the free end pointing to the left, women's belts to the right. The line between shirt, belt buckle, fly is a gig line.

    John Doe beat me to it. Didn't read far enough.
     
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  6. TheSizzle

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    This is exactly what my mom told me when I must have been younger than five. Since dad backed it up, it's kept me from ever trying to go "next level" by switching the direction. I don't think that would give the desired effect.
     
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  7. JapanAlex01

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    Switch to white shirt--possibly with subtle-to-mid purple check. SC is really well fitted. :)

     
  8. in stitches

    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    great fit citan. i should have borrowed that sweater and added it to my fit today, for full frontal purple offense. :slayer:
     
  9. MarkThomas

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    Or you could stick with the shirt and try a brown or camel sweater. A little more unexpected but works well with the right shades.
     
  10. gnatty8

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    Geez, you guys just had to dig that jewel up again didn't you?

    I agree with you and fuuma by the way, but I was drunk.
     
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    Camel would be nice! :)
     
  12. Citan1145

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    Brown or camel would definitely work. I really love this sportcoat despite the non-love most grey odd jackets get around here. I wish all my BB SCs fit like this.
     
  13. MarkThomas

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    Not sure why they wouldn't get much love around here. I wear them quite often. Very versatile.
     
  14. Kyle is raaddd

    Kyle is raaddd Active Member

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    Been a while since I've posted anything

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    Pants are corduroy, and sportscoat is navy, in Japanese cotton twill
    Sorry for the terrible quality
     
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  15. Ivar

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    Got a mega collar cap going on there.
     
  16. Dewi

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    :facepalm:

    Jib didn't seem right.
     
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  17. John Doe

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    You were probably thinking of ship sails.
     
  18. JapanAlex01

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    Or the projecting arm of a crane.
     
  19. Dewi

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    That's probably it.
     
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    He may well be naturally left handed, as hinted at or asked before, and is simply unaware of it. It is not unusual for parents to force left handed children to do things right handed. Or perhaps he is ambidextrous. I have never thought about how anyone wears their belt. Now I have another meaningless thought to clutter my already over crowded simple mind.

    Cheers,
     

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