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  • DocDave
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    [MENTION=21218]drchak[/MENTION] Alas no. That is not me in the photo. But the photo does a good job of representing the suit I wore. Down by the waterfront, he seems able to pull it off. In the boardroom downtown, I wasn't able to do it.

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  • drchak
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    Originally posted by DocDave View Post
    Cool thread/idea.

    For me, the most adventurous outfit I worse was searsucker suit.



    I only wore the suit a couple of times and for one season. I was always very uncomfortable in the suit. I mean the suit fit me fine. No problems there. The suit/style just wasn't for me. Which is odd to say, as I received a couple of compliments from strangers while wearing the suit. Either because the suit was so unique, or because I did look good in it!

    Recently in the cooler months of the year I have started to wear a turtleneck. For some this might not be an adventurous outfit. And the more I wear a turtleneck, the less adventurous the look is. At first though, definitely a new look for me.
    The seersucker is both old school and out there. Something about those closely spaced lines that triggers the brain. Are you the guy in the pic

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  • smitty
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    Originally posted by whereismurder View Post



    Where did you get them? I am interested.
    I got them from JCrew. Unfortunately they do not have them listed on their website now. I bought them last summer.

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  • whereismurder
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    Originally posted by Ito View Post
    I've been meaning to start doing that with a jacket for shows. Surprised to see someone here who likes Windhand, since stoner doom is probably out of the musical tastes of most people that are "dappered," but I give a "Hell yeah!" to you good sir!
    I dig on doom too, theres more punk/metalheads than youd expect on here.

    Originally posted by smitty View Post
    I have a pair of light pink jeans that I wear in the summer. I typically combine it with a navy polo and white minimal sneakers.
    Where did you get them? I am interested.

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  • Slubby Linen
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    Not super exciting but mine is a forest green Lands End medium wale corduroy sport coat. It's of 1980s vintage with wide lapels that has "wrapped around" style wise.

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  • DocDave
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    Cool thread/idea.

    For me, the most adventurous outfit I worse was searsucker suit.



    I only wore the suit a couple of times and for one season. I was always very uncomfortable in the suit. I mean the suit fit me fine. No problems there. The suit/style just wasn't for me. Which is odd to say, as I received a couple of compliments from strangers while wearing the suit. Either because the suit was so unique, or because I did look good in it!

    Recently in the cooler months of the year I have started to wear a turtleneck. For some this might not be an adventurous outfit. And the more I wear a turtleneck, the less adventurous the look is. At first though, definitely a new look for me.

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  • garryowen47
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    Originally posted by drchak View Post
    Love that shearling tucker jacket - didnt hear of this brand before, but looks cool (Mongolia!).
    Mango is a decent brand. It’s a fast fashion brand a lot like Zara or H&M but you can find some decent quality with a careful eye. One of my favorite things about this jacket is that it’s a tremendous value. Whereas similar jackets in this price range is drenched in artificial fabrics, this jacket is almost entirely cotton. It’s a great affordable alternative to real wool shearling.

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  • drchak
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    Originally posted by armedferret View Post
    Target. 2 displays over from the Goodfellow selvedge.
    Love it My Halloween outfit a few yrs ago was a genuine burka with a Miss Universe sash!

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  • drchak
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    Originally posted by smitty View Post
    I have a pair of light pink jeans that I wear in the summer. I typically combine it with a navy polo and white minimal sneakers.

    I also love floral pattern shirts. Grand Frank and John Henric sell some of my favorites. Here are a couple of examples:
    https://johnhenric.com/us/shirts/shirt-ulysses
    https://www.grandfrank.com/world/ant...ton-down-shirt

    I also have this shirt:
    https://johnhenric.com/us/shirts/shirt-octavian

    I typically wear these shirts as shown, with dark slacks or dark wash denim. You would be surprised how many people tell me these love these shirts when I wear them. So long as the rest of the outfit it toned down it can look really nice.

    I also wear these shirts under crew neck sweaters. My wife always loves that look.
    Nice - another good brand I didnt hear of. I bought a floral shirt from Bonobos, paired with white denim.

    https://bonobos-prod-s3.imgix.net/pr...00&h=2500&q=50

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  • drchak
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    Originally posted by garryowen47 View Post
    Excellent question!

    My style is generally conservative (dark, solid colors, in classic pieces), but I do have a couple items that I indulge with to peacock.

    One of my favorite items is this corduroy shearling collar trucker jacket from Mango Man
    https://shop.mango.com/mn/men/jacket..._33027627.html

    I'm also a big fan of fair isle sweaters and ugly Cosby sweaters. I have this patchwork sweater from Brooks Brothers:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/348606827402632323/

    I've been eyeing this sweater from Isabel Marant but it's way outside my budget and now its sold out anyways:
    https://www.isabelmarant.com/us/isab...4009937sv.html

    When the rest of the outfit is understated, it can be easy to naturally incorporate a statement piece into your outfit.

    I also think age matters a lot, too. I'm 31, so I can get away with that shearing jacket for now; but I will probably have to retire it another five to ten years.
    Love that shearling tucker jacket - didnt hear of this brand before, but looks cool (Mongolia!).

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  • armedferret
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    Originally posted by Nandyn View Post
    Holy crap, you're my hero. Where the heck did you get a Dr. Teeth band outfit wearing Animal onesie??

    Target. 2 displays over from the Goodfellow selvedge.

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  • Nandyn
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    Originally posted by armedferret View Post
    I'd say this. Probably.


    20200216_122857 by Professor Horseyhead, on Flickr
    Holy crap, you're my hero. Where the heck did you get a Dr. Teeth band outfit wearing Animal onesie??
    Last edited by Nandyn; February 21, 2020, 11:52 PM.

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  • Ito
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    Originally posted by skewl View Post
    Not sure if adventurous is the right word, but when I'm going to a show or feeling particularly punk rock for a day I'll throw on a denim jacket I've been putting some band patches on, with this bad boy as the centerpiece: https://windhand.bigcartel.com/produ...kull-backpatch

    I generally tend to stick to Dappered stuff the rest of the time, so if I'm wearing it around people who don't know me super well I'll get a side eye, but at the end of the day that jacket is probably the article of clothing I care the most about (with my Barbour Beaufort and Gustin jeans close behind)
    I've been meaning to start doing that with a jacket for shows. Surprised to see someone here who likes Windhand, since stoner doom is probably out of the musical tastes of most people that are "dappered," but I give a "Hell yeah!" to you good sir!

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  • skewl
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    Not sure if adventurous is the right word, but when I'm going to a show or feeling particularly punk rock for a day I'll throw on a denim jacket I've been putting some band patches on, with this bad boy as the centerpiece: https://windhand.bigcartel.com/produ...kull-backpatch

    I generally tend to stick to Dappered stuff the rest of the time, so if I'm wearing it around people who don't know me super well I'll get a side eye, but at the end of the day that jacket is probably the article of clothing I care the most about (with my Barbour Beaufort and Gustin jeans close behind)

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  • armedferret
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    I'd say this. Probably.


    20200216_122857 by Professor Horseyhead, on Flickr

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