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    @Brushetta: Ha! If only!
    @Matt: I think they look great!
    @BenR: If JCP is built for Jake101 Target clothing is built for you! Great fit

    Just continuing my personal challenge. I only have a few thrifted items and this is a rare all thrift fit for me but I'm interested in seeing just how far one can take an ultra low budget in clothing whether its from thrift, timing sales or a combination of both




    Navy Gap Jacket: $5
    H&M Shirt: $2.50
    Jcrew Chinos: $4
    Knit Tie: $2
    Allen Edmonds Sanford: $3.50
    Burberry Scarf: $2

    Total WIWT: $19
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    Not cold enough out today to bother layering.





    Shirt - BR (their sleeves are always a bit long on me and it's not as slim as i'd like around the midsection but not worth it for me to bother tailoring)
    Pants - JCrew Factory
    Belt - JCF (it's dark brown even though it looks black in the pic)
    Shoes - AE Cascades
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    Tried out my new jacket with the outfit when I went out to run errands. The same jacket Bruschetta didn't seem fond of, but I kinda like it.



    Jacket - Who.A.U. (never heard of the place until I visited NYC but supposedly it's a korean owned company that is trying to be a Hollister rip off. the jacket was the only thing I liked in the entire place)

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    @Vicious: Those cascades look pretty nice! Not matching shoes to belt tho? The Jacket looks good on you.

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    @Vicious - Jacket complements outfit nicely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acousticfoodie View Post
    @Vicious: Those cascades look pretty nice! Not matching shoes to belt tho? The Jacket looks good on you.
    It's a dark brown belt. It looks lighter in sunlight than the indoor pics I post. 1 thing I do right is never mix black/brown when it comes to belt and shoes although I probably should have gone with a lighter brown. I work from home though so noone really sees any of my outfits except when I go out to get my lunch.

    The cascades are super comfy. I would recommend them to anyone who is considering some comfortable winter shoes.
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    @ Vicious - I like that jacket a lot actually. I wish I could find something similar in a low-shine cotton or wool blend.
    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesserBlackDog View Post
    @ Vicious - I like that jacket a lot actually. I wish I could find something similar in a low-shine cotton or wool blend.
    Thanks. It's good for a day where it's not too cold. It's 40 out today with no wind and it was perfect for that weather. It normally runs $70 and they were having a 50% sale that day so it cost me $35. Here's a pic of it from the back. I like the brown detail on the collar but wished they had extended that same brown detail to the fake elbow patches. The flash makes it look really shiny.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicious49 View Post


    Shirt - BR (their sleeves are always a bit long on me and it's not as slim as i'd like around the midsection but not worth it for me to bother tailoring)
    The shirt seems big essentially everywhere but the chest. You might want to try sizing down, that's what I do for BR.

    Really dig the coat with that look as well.

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    @Vicious, the shirt and pants could use some work. The shirt is baggy and sleeves appear too long. The pants look as though they could use a slim and a hem. I enjoy the jacket.
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