Hello. I saw in a recent post that you were wearing a pair of Incotex high comfort trousers, now from what I've heard they're really, really slim and. Well not small, but they are smaller than most of their pants. I am myself a size 30 (46), would it be wise to go for a pair of 32 (48) instead?
That’s right, but I wouldn’t say that they are extremely slim, they feature a moderate slim fit if you’re a skinny guy like myself. I have tried many trousers that are way more tapered, so I guess it depends on your body structure.
Also, since the trousers are slightly stretchy I’d recommend you to choose your regular size(46), in my opinion they fit true to size, perhaps slightly, slightly smaller.
I’m really into Common Project Achilles, they are probably the most versatile sneakers that I can think of. Also, I have a few regular Converse Chuck Taylors(low) that I sometimes use, they are very affordable however I think they are less versatile than Achilles.
Also if you have been reading my blog you know that I’m into runners, in particular New Balance shoes!
Hope you’ll find something that you like and of course, good luck!
Good affortable neckties? (brands like the knottery)
I haven’t really tried so many budget alternatives to be honest, and since I do not know where you reside it’s hard for me to help you out. I personally believe in saving some money up to buy something that is of higher quality rather than buying loads of cheap neckwear.
You might wanna try out The Tie Bar, Forzieri but my best advice is to keep an eye on the upcoming sales.
Hey, I was just wondering your opinion on shirts being untucked? I tend to both tuck and untuck on differing occasions. Generally I will tuck with smarter shoes, and with jeans (when dark). However with sneakers or lighter jeans I tend to go untucked. I'm always in a bit of a dilemma when wearing a blazer and jeans, as I think tucked shirts always look better with a blazer.
I’d say that you should always tuck your shirt when wearing something on top of the shirt(e.g. cardigan, blazer, pullover). I think that wearing a shirt untucked can look effortless and cool, I do this every now and then when it’s hot and sunny outside.
Also, of course, it depends on the shirt. A lumberjack shirt probably looks best untucked while a more formal shirt looks best when tucked in. However, go with your gut, just never wear the shirt untucked with a sportcoat!