@Bespoke & @Onetimetolive: I’m always interested in perspectives as I’m a big fan of diversity of thought. What style/color belt would you pair with something like this?
@K2: Yep the Michael Bastian x Uniqlo collaboration. Wasn’t the initial color I was after, but I always seem to log on late and end up grabbing whatever’s left in my size that looks appealing. Turned out not too badly this go as I rather like the popover styling on this.
@Wale….I would probably go belt-less with this particular outfit so that there is a nice clean flow from top to bottom but if I were to wear a belt, I would match the loafers to break up the top and bottom half a bit. two completely opposite ways of looking at it. another nice take on it would be dark brown leather tassel loafers with matching belt for a nice contrast between suit and accessories. however, the belt you have chose is by no means a bad choice at all and these are just my opinions. I really like this look and also how you experiment with different looks and styles in general.
Not to jack your post, but I’m having some trouble submitting a fit. Either I have forgotten how to submit since I’ve been inactive for a while, or Trashness no longer likes my stuff?! Gave it three tries:-/
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I agree with @Bespoke’s comment. I would add some contrast with dark brown shoes and belt but it still looks very good.
I have impression that this kind of shirts emphasizes belly hence I don’t have any but it looks pretty awesome here. Need to try them again.
I like this look. The Michael Bastian/Uniglo collaboration produced a few very nice shirts, although I never saw the one you’re wearing in the New York stores. I’m quite a shoe-head so I’d agree with one of the comments that suggested a darker color. Contrary to another comment, I wouldn’t go without a belt. In my opinion, belt-less would make the belt loops look lonely. Overall great look. I gave it 4 stars.