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    BR Linen Ensemble



    I've been studying abroad this summer and have been looking for a hot-weather outfit that is appropriate for a cultural setting where, generally speaking, the less shown the better. I picked up a BR linen shirt and linen pants which I figured would be a nice lightweight go-to. So far it's worked out pretty well but I'd like to hear some outside opinions.


    http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphot...38882514_n.jpg

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    http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/389131_487498364597993_189698769_n.jpg


    I understand the shoes look like they're on their deathbed. They're Alfani desert boots I swiped a year or so ago and I'm the process of picking up a higher-quality replacement.


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    For what it's worth, I've found seersucker to be a bit more comfortable than linen in those parts of the world, because it seems to dry faster. Or at least it pulls the sweat away from my skin faster. I'm also used to very humid climates, which may not be an issue, depending on exactly where you are.


    And not to ignore your question, looks ok to me, although I would question a dark colored shirt in the desert.

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      Ive got that same shirt. While you would think the dark color would make it extra hot, its still really comfortable and breezy. I love it.

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