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    i'm sure feeling the herringbone love today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittiwake30 View Post
    I'd argue it's more rectangular. He may appear in the sequel to the Lego Movie. Either way, he has a jawline that could make a seven nation army lay down arms and surrender.
    https://youtu.be/0J2QdDbelmY

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    Pretty standard work outfit for me (I work for a tech company where people usually wear jeans). Forgive the slouching posture and deer-in-the-headlights stare -- I was still getting into position when the timer went off. P.s. pants were not as wrinkled as they look in this picture.



    Shirt - Macy's bar III
    Chinos - Haggar slim fit (from Target)
    Belt - Banana Republic ($15 at the outlet store)
    Shoes - Clarks Bushacre II's

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    those haggar pants seem like they look better than I thought they did at the store.

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    @evanparker Did you try on the slim ones? I'm a HUGE fan of these chinos. They've held up well to rough treatment and very frequent use. I just wish they came in more colors. I would buy the hell out of some blue ones, green ones etc. Nothing i've tried on fits as well as these ones, and you can pick them up for $30 (frequently on sale). The only brand that came close (but isn't as good) is the JCF Suttons, but they're not as slim. These chinos need to get more attention. Love em'.

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    Florescent lighting doing no favors in conveying accurate color tones...



    Jacket: JCrew Ludlow
    Shirt: S&M
    Chinos: Bonobos
    Shoes: Cole Haan

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerpenguin View Post
    Florescent lighting doing no favors in conveying accurate color tones...

    Jacket: JCrew Ludlow
    Shirt: S&M
    Chinos: Bonobos
    Shoes: Cole Haan
    So is the jacket khaki? Olive? Assuming the chinos are a light khaki/stone too, but maybe white?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornsup84 View Post
    So is the jacket khaki? Olive? Assuming the chinos are a light khaki/stone too, but maybe white?
    Left that part off, sorry. Jacket is olive ("dark loden" according to JCrew); chinos are stone ("grey dogs").

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerpenguin View Post
    Left that part off, sorry. Jacket is olive ("dark loden" according to JCrew); chinos are stone ("grey dogs").
    Nice, I like the contrast -- you could even go further and wear it with white jeans or something if you have those (probably not for work). Shirt looks cool too.

    Sidenote, I've always thought 'stone' meant a very faint khaki (vs. a darker / 'British' khaki) vs. a grey. I might be wrong on that though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornsup84 View Post
    Nice, I like the contrast -- you could even go further and wear it with white jeans or something if you have those (probably not for work). Shirt looks cool too.

    Sidenote, I've always thought 'stone' meant a very faint khaki (vs. a darker / 'British' khaki) vs. a grey. I might be wrong on that though.
    Thanks! The shirt is new and represents my foray into the world of chambray. So far, so good. And I think you're right re: 'stone' -- I've always assumed the opposite, but Bonobos' cryptic naming conventions make it look like faint khaki is more correct.

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