The Getup: Easter At Her Folks’ Place

The Getup: Easter At Her Folks’ Place
Look your best, stay comfortable, make a good impression, that’s all there is to it.

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16 Comments

  • Reply April 19, 2014

    Tony Hermosillo

    Not going to lie, Hibiki is an amazing choice!

  • Reply April 19, 2014

    phil

    But the wine … not so much.

    • Reply April 19, 2014

      Andrew

      Have you had it?

      • Reply April 21, 2014

        Ryan

        Seem a bit faux pas to bring a $5 bottle of wine.

      • Reply April 21, 2014

        Jonah

        It’s surprisingly good. I’m with you, Andrew.

    • Reply April 22, 2014

      SS

      It’s delicious! I always take it to dinners/get togethers and it gets rave reviews. No one has to know it’s $5 😉

  • Reply April 19, 2014

    Chris Jones

    Boy what I would give to have weather cool enough to wear this.

    • Reply April 20, 2014

      Zachary Glotfelty

      Florida?

    • Reply April 23, 2014

      Tyler

      same..

  • Reply April 20, 2014

    Anon

    This is the second time this dockers jacket has been included in an outfit. Both times the links to JCP were a dead end , any idea where to get it at?

  • Reply April 20, 2014

    chuckdaly

    Way too casual for a meal on Easter Sunday. Just because you are a heathen, doesn’t mean you should dress like one.
    Why not use that day to pull off wearing a little more white than usual. No one stands out sporting white trousers on Easter sunday.

    • Reply April 21, 2014

      Butch_Zee

      Yeah, I’d probably, at the very least, recommend wearing a tie with this outfit. People usually get dressed up for Easter gatherings. I do like the outfit, I would just err on the side of dressier for this occasion.

      • Reply April 21, 2014

        Andrew

        Very interesting, must be a cultural or regional thing. Outside of church service our Easter gatherings were never more formal than this, unless we were eating at a restaurant. In any case, it serves as a solid base to modify to suit each individual’s needs.

        • Reply April 22, 2014

          Jim Alrutz

          Seconded. This would be perfect for any of our gatherings unless we were coming straight from church services (although depending on her family, I’d probably throw in a tie).

  • Reply February 7, 2015

    Rodney

    What color are the pants? Grey or more of a green?

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