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which outfit for new years eve

burnbulb

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which out fit dhould i wear for new years eve. I will attending a nightclub ticket only but ticket only says no sports wear. so should i go more smart or more casual please chose from looks below






 

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Everything about your TV in the background could be analyzed by therapists for weeks
 

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Photo two. And may the force be with you.
 

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Out of those, #1. The shirt you're wearing in the second set screams, 'I only get out during New Years!!'
 

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Why does it all look like its been in Bigfoot's underwear during a hot trek through the woods? #1 if you had to wear something from those photos.
 

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I'd say #2. The low-fronted waist-coat looks terrible without a jacket, and looks even worse with a long tie. Your tie-knots are also awful so the ascot seems to avoid that at least...
 

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Do you have a jacket you could wear instead of the vest?
 

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Sorry, I was too busy checking out the TARDIS in the background...

#1 is a big no-no.. the long tie looks out of place (to say the least) with that vest.

My vote, #2. Or even #3.. but #2 is better, reason being, the dark vest looks better to me then the gray one, with the rest of the outfit.

Props for wearing an Ascot!
 

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Hey, its nostril guy!



Bookmarking this thread for sure

Oh... the first shirt is cool, but I dont like any of the combinations.
 

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I thought SF agrees New Year's is always velvet (micro-suede?) jacket. I have one and plan to wear it. Hope that's okay. Not sure what shirt and possibly tie though.

To the OP... the knot you make in the first picture needs a 3.25" tie or close to that size. Not a super skinny tie.

To me the super skinny tie is an ironic streetwear style. "Hey, I'm like corporate or something", while wearing blue jeans.
 

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All of the combinations are weird. It's as if there was a plane crash and various mismatching articles of clothing were scrounged from the wreckage and put together.
 

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