Working in a casual or business casual office can make it surprisingly hard to dress up a notch when a promotion meeting comes around.
» By Andrew Snavely
Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page.
Great look! However, it maybe a little too early for for me here in Phx. to be rocking those beautiful earthly tones. Please tell me I’m wrong!!
Where was this Friday?! Just kidding, I really appreciate the help. I doubt I’d get the same immediate and tailored response from GQ or some other men’s guide.
When I came out of the fitting room wearing a close variant of what you suggested, my wife said “Damn honey! You need to wear what he says more often.” I’ve gotten great feedback from peers at work as well. I usually dress nice, but the subtle mix of colors and patterns definitely takes it up a notch.
That’s great!! Glad to help!
Dockers pants always look cool in pictures. Whenever I try them on, I add 20 years to my life.
I’ve been there, but there are nice Dockers to be had. Two suggested rules of thumb:
1) No pleats.
2) Slim fits.
Where do you buy them? Everything I see at Macy’s is not good. I’d love to try some Frank & Oak pants but they don’t come in my size and I don’t think I can pull off the rolled up leg.
Try the Dockers Alpha pants. These are pretty popular as a slim-fit, no-pleat pair of pants. Personally, though, I prefer the Gap Lived-in Slim pants.
The Gap Lived-In Slim pants are awesome. I love mine. It is irritating because the GAP by my house just closed down. I guess I can always order some haha.
would be nice to see a pic of all this on
also anywhere to get a similar but cheaper shirt?
You can get a very close $20 replica of the shirt from land’s end
Love this one! That shirt is fantastic. Getups are my favourite part of Primer Mag!
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