I’m sort of in the process of re-doing my style. Now, it's not on your level of holding it down, as my office dress code would make it almost ridiculous for me to wear a jacket pretty much ever. Budget is thin so it’s a slow process, but it’s moving in the right direction. Something in your post about Chicago style (and the criticizing of suburban style) caught my eye. “(Dress shirts) worn with a visible white crew-neck T-shirt underneath and without a tie.” I pretty much always wear a dress shirt, and as I said, jackets aren’t really a necessity for me, ties as well (though I will wear one from time to time). So I’m left with dress shirts, though definitely not blousy, with a white undershirt underneath. It’s better in the winter when I can rock a sweater over a shirt a lot, but I’ve lately been debating with myself if this is a straight up terrible look. But I’m not at all a fan of the dress shirt without at least something under it in terms of actually being comfortable. What to do, what to do?
Great work on the blog, by the way.
- geezerstyle said: Crew neck tees with a thinner white shirt and tie will avoid a darker V of chest hair visible through the shirt behind the tie.
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- goingoutgoingin said: I like this. And your reasoning is the same as mine though the result is the opposite. I feel like me in anything but a jacket!
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- subnashville said: love the question, love the response. :)
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