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nah, nowadays its acceptable to have untucked shirt, as long as its ironed and not cheap looking, and the rest of you looks presentable, then even businessmen walk around like that...
Old 10-28-2008, 01:03 PM SebNoker is offline  
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No offense but my first thought was emo.


Leather jacket, huge leather boots, and jeans tight around the ankles scream emo to me. Again no offense, but unless you are getting on a motorcycle, I dont see where the fashionability of it is.


Wish I had a picture of what I wore on friday night.

Picture. Brown(almost orange) imitation crocodile(look) shoes, Light brown leather jacket, blue jeans, brown leather belt, and a blue Ferre shirt with a light box pattern.


emo
Old 10-28-2008, 01:17 PM fout is offline  
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another casual dress shirt look


casual because of this
Old 10-28-2008, 01:20 PM fout is offline  
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A lot of dress shirts are quite long so if untucked they look goofy. Just have to find the right length
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Old 10-28-2008, 01:50 PM Dan is offline  
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I like your style, fout.
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FYI--tucked in doesn't mean "serious".

You can tuck a dress shirt into 501's and look fairly casual.
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Old 10-28-2008, 02:08 PM ieyeasu is offline  
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FYI--tucked in doesn't mean "serious".

You can tuck a dress shirt into 501's and look fairly casual.

wearing jeans is casual in itself.

anyone who disagrees is just, well... wrong.




there are no "dress" jeans, just neater ones.
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wearing jeans is casual in itself.

anyone who disagrees is just, well... wrong.




there are no "dress" jeans, just neater ones.

I disagree heavily. There are jeans that are appropriate to wear downtown and there are American Eagle / Levi, etc ones which are casual and would not look good with a black dress shirt (untucked) and some diesel black sneakers.
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I disagree heavily. There are jeans that are appropriate to wear downtown and there are American Eagle / Levi, etc ones which are casual and would not look good with a black dress shirt (untucked) and some diesel black sneakers.

not sure what downtown's dresscode is


did you miss the second part of my statement?
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by the way, what's wrong with a pair of solid dark blue or black 514s or 501s and a black buttonup?

please enlighten me as to how another pair of jeans is significantly more appropriate.
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emo

I meant goth, so sorry.

But you are more then welcome to post a picture of you wearing your chucks.
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how does this have anything to do with the question the OP asked?
can't seen anything in that picture but a big leather coat
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A minor point, but you traditionally would only wear a button-down shirt without a tie. Other types tend to look a little funny. You'll also probably find that button down shirts tend to be built more for wearing casually, as well, so you're less likely to have to tuck them in.

I agree, and there are a ton of casual button downs out there that look nice untucked with some jeans (or khakis if that is your thing). Sure there are also dress shirts that work for this but make sure they have a casual fit - nothing super blousy, long, or anything with tags or a group of buttons showing at the bottom. I personally love a lot of the casual "washed" or whatever button downs they have a J.Crew.
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how does this have anything to do with the question the OP asked?
can't seen anything in that picture but a big leather coat

There's an un-tucked dress shirt peeking out from under the coat, the point the OP was asking about.
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ditch Khakis man

nothing spells "loser engineer" like someone wearing Khakis and New Balance shoes

Learn to like jeans, and don't wear them too baggy. Skin tight is gay as hell, but they can't be baggy or else you look like a tool
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