WAYWRN: Classic Menswear, Casual Style

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

  1. Mr.K

    Mr.K Senior member

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    A Good Day for a Wild Cardigan

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  2. MalfordOfLondon

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    Fairisle Friday
    Richard James 4(!) Button Jacket :hide:

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  3. NOBD

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    Shawl lapel jacket? What (nice) shoes, MoL?
     


  4. MalfordOfLondon

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    4 button shawl lapel. It's a staple... right? :/

    EG Galway
     


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  6. MalfordOfLondon

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    Yup :)
     


  7. Louis XIV

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    You are one sexy dressed man today!
     


  8. Crat

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    V. Nice!
    (Ahh, and ust now I decided to order my shannons in dark oak. Now I'm in doubt again.)

    Why do you lace them 'U.S. style' btw?
     
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  9. MalfordOfLondon

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    I'm not aware of a "U.S" style. I always lace derby boots this way....

    IMO a derby boot is very casual so this lacing suits it. Personal preference :)

    Dark Oak much more versatile.
     


  10. Beatlegeuse

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    I went to try on some C&J's once (shoes, not boots), and the sales associate said "I'm going to lace these up English style for you". He proceeded to do bar lacing on the shoes, so I guess the way you have your boots laced would be considered US style? FWIW I always lace casual boots the same way, looks great.
     


  11. Crat

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    No critisim intended, just curiosity.
    Like you said, a matter of preference.
     


  12. MalfordOfLondon

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    :cheers:

    In fact, thinking about it, all of my derbys are laced in this fashion (apart from a pair of sleek wingtips from Antonio Meccariello)
     


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    A beloved, old, chunky wool sweater I got in France when I was a college student. The sweater is as old as Zadok, the Priest, but it is still like new.
     
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    Thrifted the trench, thinking about slimming it down a notch, and shortening it.
     


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