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yes or no to this leathe blazer look ????

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dollace1, Nov 22, 2015.

are you in favor of this leather blazer look?

  1. yes

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  2. no

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  3. maybe if it was black leather?

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  4. no leather blazers should be outlwed gross!

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    44.4%
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  1. dollace1

    dollace1 New Member

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  2. YRR92

    YRR92 Senior member

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    No to that tie with anything. It's too bright and too satin-y.

    No to leather blazers with any tie, or white shirt. Or, for me, in general.

    I like the idea of a leather blazer, as something in-between a leather jacket and a tweed – so a casual shirt and jeans or cords, no tie, maybe a sweater.

    But with the white shirt and tie it's not a cool look. Would be worse with black leather.
     
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    You have it all wrong, you need to go out all out and get a leather suit :satisfied:

    If you are going to wear a shirt with a leather blazer/jacket/coat, keep it casual (e.g. buttoned collar) and dont wear a tie.
     

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