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WAYWRN: Classic Menswear, Casual Style

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

  1. apropos

    apropos Well-Known Member

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    Nice casual look HC, though IMO jacket is more suiting as opposed to jacketing.
     
  2. in stitches

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    quite nice, HC.
     
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  3. JapanAlex01

    JapanAlex01 Well-Known Member

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    Shoes are brown, but lighting's bad. (Grey-brown M&S SC, lilac check M&S shirt, white handmade PS, dark indigo Uniqlo jeans, brown Loake chukkas.)

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  5. Citan1145

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    Casual day when it was sunny out the other day. Enjoy your weekend folks

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  6. joshuasaussey

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    First day of winter technically. Not cold at all.

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  7. Crat

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    Good combo Citan but untuck.
     
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  8. Citan1145

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    Shirt is too long :/ curse of having a short torso
     
  9. Crat

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    If it were a regular shirt model (not western(?) style with those pockets and shoulders) in denim fabric this would look great. This however looks way to casual to be tucked imo.
    Also, when tucking the military tuck looks better.
     
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  10. Numbernine

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    I also have this issue . I learned
    how to sew and it made this part of my life a non - problem
     
  11. in stitches

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    very nice fits, citan and joshua.
     
  12. anginaprinzmetal

    anginaprinzmetal Well-Known Member

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    huh? I believe you are technically wrong... as the winters in the southern hemisphere starts on the solstice of June which this year, as most, happens to be on June 21st... :teach:

    nice shoes by the way...
     
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  13. joshuasaussey

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    Cheers Stitches.

    I stand corrected [​IMG]. Thanks for the compliment.

    Nice and sunny here today.

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  14. LTM

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    In Aust and NZ we actually do use the first of the month to desgnate the change of season for some reason.
     
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  15. Holdfast

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    Finally feels like summer here.

    And a first wearing of these new off-the-peg cotton trousers after their first wash; hems are only rolled at present as I wanted them to have that wash before deciding where to hem, in case they shrunk. I think this length will be about right (and they'll be finished plain, with no turn-ups/cuffs). Any thoughts to the contrary?

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  16. sugarbutch

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    I think the drape of cotton pants benefits from the extra weight of a cuff. The length above seems just about there, perhaps a bit long. It also looks like you have your knees locked, though, so that may account for the buckling at the knee.
     
  17. in stitches

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    so far, all my cotton chinos had been uncuffed, but i just got 2 pairs for this summer that are both more dressy and with a crease, so i am having them cuffed. hope to have them back this week. i like how those look cuffed, HF, and it makes me happier about me decision to try that out. id say keep em cuffed.
     
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  19. Crat

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    That might work, Stitchy. With the crease and all. Imo the more casual cotton chino works better without a cuff tho.

    In other news; I'm prolly gonna hang out here a bit more as I'm currently a little fed up with the negative attitude on my 'native' forum.
     
  20. in stitches

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    i hope so. worst case ill just remove the cuff.

    stay as long as you liek! :slayer:
     

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