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Alternatives to polo shirts for warm weather?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vincent A. Pasqualetto Jul 30, 2013. 18 Replies

I always wear polo's for warm weather, but I am getting tired of wearing them and being known as the "polo guy." I like wearing solid colored t-shirts and was wondering whether it is a step backwards…Continue

Advice on sport coat and second suit

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Jul 21, 2013. 2 Replies

I currently own a charcoal suit, navy blazer, a light blue and ecru dress shirt. My tailor is running a promotion and I bought a package that will give me a suit, sports coat, slacks, and four dress…Continue

Dress pants for the summer?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Monster Jun 12, 2014. 22 Replies

I am looking for some summer dressy-casual pants. I own a pair of gray garbardine wool pants from Brooks Brothers and I have cotton khaki pants from Express. I was thinking of getting a pair of gray…Continue

How to face rejection from a girl?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Justin Jun 25, 2013. 25 Replies

I asked a girl, whom I liked for several years, out on a date. She said she was seeing someone else, thus I was rejected. She is someone I often see at our local church every week and at some events.…Continue

 

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Carl Monster replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"Close, I do have a set of khakis with dogs on them."
Jun 12, 2014
Regular Joe replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
" I pictured you more as a critter pants kind of guy."
Jun 12, 2014
Carl Monster replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"Pretty much what I do, but prefer shocking plaids."
Jun 12, 2014
Carl Monster replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"Summer is the one time of year you can wear go-to-hell pants, so go for it!"
Jun 12, 2014
Regular Joe replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"Clearly the answer is pretty obvious:  "
Jun 12, 2014
Wayne replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"I got away with some dockers cream colored pleated kaki's and a blazer for a wedding, they look nice and were priced right. Dockers can look good if you pair them up right and iron your creases. "
Jun 11, 2014
Pope John replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"Gap, Dockers, Zara, Tommy Hilfiger"
Jun 11, 2014
Regular Joe replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"What's your definition of dressy-casual? Those seem to be an opposite ends of the spectrum."
May 22, 2014
Joseph Scibbe replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"Dockers. Plenty of styles and colors. "
May 21, 2014
Native Son replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"MensWearhouse used to be my go to for tropical weight wool. Take a look at the LandsEnd section at Sears."
May 21, 2014
Specs&Beard replied to John P's discussion Dress pants for the summer?
"I light weight trousers, twill, and cotton slacks and pants all year round.  I prefer them to denim because they are light and comfy.  I have a few different pairs.  Good places to go are gap, H&M, dockers, Im sure there are…"
May 21, 2014
Vincent A. Pasqualetto replied to John P's discussion Alternatives to polo shirts for warm weather?
" I'm a bit odd when it comes to this but I use Hawaiian and tuck them in but for more ventilation you can leave it un-tucked. "
Jul 30, 2013
Christopher D replied to John P's discussion Alternatives to polo shirts for warm weather?
"Take a look at the Banana Republic V-neck t-shirts. They will keep you cool and give off a more mature look.    "
Jul 30, 2013
Ryan Anderson replied to John P's discussion Alternatives to polo shirts for warm weather?
"As several others have said I would recommend a plain no logo t-shirt. Polo shirts don't really suit me and this is what I tend to wear most of the time. Just make sure it is a good fit and doesn't hang off of you."
Jul 30, 2013
Michael replied to John P's discussion Alternatives to polo shirts for warm weather?
"Easy Answer"
Jul 29, 2013
Jeremy Anderberg replied to John P's discussion Alternatives to polo shirts for warm weather?
"Agreed about short-sleeve button-ups! "
Jul 29, 2013

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