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    T'other day
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    (Original post by MathsAndChess)
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    T'other day
    Solid minus the chest cleavage
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Solid minus the chest cleavage
    Haha... I don't know... the cheats cleavage kind of adds to the outfit.
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    Hey! I've just bought new T-shirt so I can enjoy last days of summer . What do you think about my style of dressing?
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    (Original post by Jakkub)
    Hey! I've just bought new T-shirt so I can enjoy last days of summer . What do you think about my style of dressing?

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    You like the rocker look. Nice, not my style - wouldn't wear a drop neck tee anymore myself - but the jeans and tee combo work together.

    Just copped this myself for a smart casual wedding - http://www.burton.co.uk/en/bruk/prod...198?bi=0&ps=20 - polyester but I don't care, it fits great so I still consider it a steal.
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    I've been liking the tailored trousers plus long sleeve wool polo shirt and double monks

    Makes me feel like a boss etc

    Need to change it up though any ideas?
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    I've been liking the tailored trousers plus long sleeve wool polo shirt and double monks

    Makes me feel like a boss etc

    Need to change it up though any ideas?
    Lovely. I'm personally not ballsy enough to roll the monks.

    Perhaps throw a contrast blazer on? For example if your trousers are light grey, go for a navy blazer?

    Another look I've been liking lately is jersey blazer, knit jumper, jeans and loafers/brogues.

    Got a small obsession with jackets at the moment as you may be able to tell.
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    Lovely. I'm personally not ballsy enough to roll the monks.

    Perhaps throw a contrast blazer on? For example if your trousers are light grey, go for a navy blazer?

    Another look I've been liking lately is jersey blazer, knit jumper, jeans and loafers/brogues.

    Got a small obsession with jackets at the moment as you may be able to tell.
    I have meermin tan double monks which I wear literally 95% of the time including work and dress down Fridays ha

    I could wear a blazer but I'd be overdressed TBH

    I have light grey flannel trousers I bought from topman which I'll wear more now because it's getting colder

    Your combo is pretty classic - I used to rock that look but yeah ATM too many layers

    I really really like wool long sleeve polos

    Hugs your body and makes everything streamline
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    What type of shirt is this? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mens-Ralph...YAAOSwTSVZ0QAJ

    I'm looking for thicker casual shirts.
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    (Original post by Jakkub)
    Hey! I've just bought new T-shirt so I can enjoy last days of summer . What do you think about my style of dressing?
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    I like the look. I dress this style also. The only difference is I usually wear longline t-shirts that drape below the crotch area.
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    Yes, but as a casual with some black jeans?
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    (Original post by aamakar9)
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    I bought it for happy-boom.com for $ 45, what do you say?
    They looks mad. :borat:
    Black skiny jeans, joggers would look the best with these.
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    Okay, so I have been struggling to find a navy peacoat for sub-100 quid, so any ideas as to good ones from 100-200 quid?

    Ideally with a lot of wool, and not much poly.
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    Recently i was looking for a new watch, cos i dont like to pay to much, can i get your thoughts about this one?

    charmingmens.com and its the wooden style one
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    (Original post by NeonSun)
    Okay, so I have been struggling to find a navy peacoat for sub-100 quid, so any ideas as to good ones from 100-200 quid?

    Ideally with a lot of wool, and not much poly.
    Uniqlo
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    I want a new leather coat and i'm looking or something not super expensive but still nice. I'd rather pay more than have a crappy coat. Any ideas? The ones at HM look like crap.
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    I quite like male fashion. I personally shop at the John Paul smiths society of fashion in central London. they are quite in this winter and I would recommend their turtle necks
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    Fashionistas

    Thoughts on this? https://www.mrporter.com/en-us/mens/...-jacket/915021
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    Yes mate 😂😂Not for 8000 tho aha
 
 
 
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