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    @greg, I love them, they are extremely comfortable, its handstiched and you can tell cuz once you wear them they conform to your foot, and the suede leather is very breathable...awesone shoe, i bought them for 60 bucks


    @Mag thanks man the wife is actually the one who got me interested in my personal style becasue she is vtylish in her own right...Fashionista...people are always complimenting her and taking her picture...i rarely get pics taken of me but i am only there to compliment her look by being a dapper gent...lol

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    @Tat Thanks for the welcome!


    @MaxMan Thanks for the comments... yeah, the shoes aren't as square-toed in reality as they look in that photo, but I agree they aren't the best. I've owned them for a few years and I like to keep them in the rotation to give my nicer cap-toe oxfords a break. Also, I totally dig those moc boots, the orange is an awesome color.


    Today I'm wearing:


    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v207/theantiduck/10-6-2011.jpg


    Shirt: J.Crew Factory

    Tie: Chloe, a gift from my mom from her trip to London years ago

    Jacket: Urban Outfitters (the waxed cotton racer featured by Joe on Dappered.com)

    Jeans: Levi's 514

    Boots: Timberland Earthkeepers

    Belt: Calvin Klein

    Sunglasses: Knockaround

    Not visible: Dress watch by Fineat on a brown croco grain strap (shown here: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...k/P1050949.jpg )


    An outfit like this is almost too costume-y for me, but I really like the juxtaposition of the greaser/rocker look with the delicate, almost feminine yellow floral tie and an understated dress watch.

    Ben

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    @BenR love the tie and the boots!


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    @BenR, man those earthkeepers are Dope! the look is really nice man...nice follow-up post man

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    Casual Day at Grandparents Ranch Today, nice change up to work over there a bit.


    Shirt: Banana Republic Soft Wash Cotten Plaid

    Pants: Page Premium Denim Dark Indigo Slim Cut Jeans

    Socks: Cotton Grey Cop'd at the Dollar Store lol.

    Boots: Timberland Earthkeepers 6'' Lace-Up Boots. All weather boot, there excellent.


    Pictures # 8 & 9

    https://picasaweb.google.com/1048294...02988811850898


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    Relaxed day. I'd forgot about this shirt because it wound up in the back of my car. I decided to let my chest out a bit.


    Shirt: LEC

    Pants: LEC SF jeans. I've got so much LEC stuff these days. I'm not too impressed with the way they define 'slim'.

    Shoes: Sebago Beacon, waxed brown.


    http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/301952_10150861976700372_671650371_21426175_181938 8562_n.jpg


    Dark picture--my apartment doesn't have much light. Gotta get on that.


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    BenR, those Earthkeepers are REALLY nice.


    Like the look, but not in love with the shirt/tie combo.


    Could be the pics, but it looks like it could use a little more contrast; as is, the tie kinda fades into the shirt. The statement with the soft, floral tie (vs the hardened boots and jacket look) is an interesting one, but the tie just isn't bold enough to carry the statement very far.


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    @Max...I dream of the day where I can pull off a hat like that.


    Here's what I got today. Oh yea...the goop is on the mirror and not my pants.


    https://picasaweb.google.com/1136666...40758736806322

    https://picasaweb.google.com/113666665217544934355/October6201102#5660540823096781954


    Shirt: Express Extra Slim Fit

    Tie: From Kohl's forget the brand

    Sweater: Express Extra Fine Merino

    Pants: Express Producer

    Shoes: J & M Durst

    Socks: Merona - Target

    Watch: Kenneth Cole


    Is it natural for you to see some of the folds from the dress shirt through the sweater? I can't seem to eliminate that no matter how slim fitting the shirt underneath is. I'm sure a thicker sweater will mitigate it but is there any way to minimize it when wearing a lightweight sweater?


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    @BrianB

    I'm not sure as to what you can do about the shirt / sweater look. But I do have a question about your producers, every time I've purchased a pair, I seem to always have to have my tailor tapper them in from the knee down because they always seem too baggy. Do you have this same problem, do you alter the width of the trousers after purchase or do they seem slim enough for your tasting?


    I'm diggin the look outfit as a whole though, great job.


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    @Tat

    I have two pairs of Producers. I haven't tailored either of them at all but they work well for me. To be honest, I am probably not the best person to ask because I'm transitioning from pants with wider legs/openings so these seem pretty slim to me in comparison. However in the grand scheme of things, I'm sure they do run a little baggy for most people's taste. From my understanding, the Photographer is a little slimmer through the thigh and has a narrower opening (16.5 vs. 17.5 on the Producer) so that might work a little better for your preference. I'll most likely be looking to taper my producers or look into the photographers next time I feel a need for new pants.


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