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  • shubhdsoul
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    Floral is one of the best dress that I love to wear during the summers. These floral prints literally have their own shine and once paired with denim they really look better than any print. I am a big lover of floral prints. Sharing some of the prints that I purchased for this summer.




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  • Leonardo Wang
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    Originally posted by Perseus View Post
    I never felt like I had the mustache to pull off the floral shirt.

    Awesome is this a photo from the beach, floral shirts really go perfectly with the summer beach.

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  • nathan miller
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    I always felt I lacked the chest hair.

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  • Perseus
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    I never felt like I had the mustache to pull off the floral shirt.

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  • Leonardo Wang
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    Wow, I'm so happy to have found our floral shirt group, and thanks to all of you who shared, I have a lot more options for floral shirts!

    In my opinion, because there is a lot of activity and sweat in the summer, clothing wears out,

    so shirts don't have to be an expensive option to find Personalized patterns that you like are most important.

    It's worth sharing with you all the floral shirts I frequent and try.


    https://www.cloudstyle.com/collectio...al-shirt-sales

    https://www.hawesandcurtis.com/mensw...?menshirts=449

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  • smitty
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    Originally posted by nathan miller View Post
    I like floral prints, but I keep them fairly understated. They don't have to be garish or flamboyant. Here's one of my current favorites

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bqm...ew?usp=sharing




    Looks good under a linen blazer, too...........this blazer is about to visit the tailor, but you get the idea....

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DE0...ew?usp=sharing


    That type of floral pattern against a dark background is one of my favorite type of looks. I just make sure to keep the rest of the outfit understated. I have a few long sleeve shirts that are similar to that.

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  • nathan miller
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    I like floral prints, but I keep them fairly understated. They don't have to be garish or flamboyant. Here's one of my current favorites

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bqm...ew?usp=sharing




    Looks good under a linen blazer, too...........this blazer is about to visit the tailor, but you get the idea....

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DE0...ew?usp=sharing



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  • CK83
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    I'm down with the floral! I mean why not, summer's supposed to be fun and laid back right? I get that they're not for everyone and can be somewhat difficult to pull off...kind of like summer's version of a turtleneck. But if you're comfortable with it, I say go for it. Just maybe not every day to avoid becoming "Hawaiin Shirt Guy".

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  • idvsego
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    Originally posted by garryowen47 View Post
    I love floral shirts but I think they require being judicious about their use. I think they're appropriate when on vacation or attending a summer pool party. Uses outside any of those contexts look immature and flamboyant in all the wrong ways.
    meh. I wear small print floral if its going to be sunny out. I mena, not every sunny day, but its in the mix for an errand run. Judge me as you wish.

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  • BillCollins
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    Originally posted by Loafer28 View Post
    Saw this today and thought it was appropriate to the conversation:

    https://therake.com/stories/the-history-of-atv-hawaiian-shirt/
    Neat and classy!

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  • nathan miller
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    I love floral prints, but I keep them understated. This one is my current favorite:


    short sleeve floral shirt


    Looks good under a linen blazer, too. This blazer is on its way to the tailor, but will be perfect once it's done.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DE0...ew?usp=sharing


    One of these days I'll figure our how to get an image to load....ha.
    Last edited by nathan miller; June 10, 2020, 11:54 PM.

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  • Loafer28
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    Saw this today and thought it was appropriate to the conversation:

    https://therake.com/stories/the-hist...awaiian-shirt/

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  • jvargas
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    I am a big fan of floral shirts both long and short sleeve probably one of my favorite things to wear besides flannel shirts. I wear both though more short selves because I enjoy wearing bright colors during the summer, think pink, bright red, orange, ec, and its summer so celebrate. Long sleeves I go small print easier to match and blend well with sports jackets. Two thing I have learned is one most people will complement and some will make fun of you but ignore them they are probably not going to talk to you ever again. Second, wear basic color pants, khaki, white, blue makes it more versatile. I also start cheap when I buy a new style to see if I like it. Not much harm done if you buy a 10 dollar Old Navy shirt and don't like it.

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  • Spex
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    How about Eton’s floral shirts? Some are fairly wild, but others are quite conservative.

    https://www.etonshirts.com/ca/shirts...on_pattern=103

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  • Loafer28
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    I have a few short sleeve versions that I wear with shorts or cotton/linen pants. I agree with the degree of difficulty and some times they don’t work and I scrap the idea. I also find that tucking them in some times makes a huge difference in how the look comes across.

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