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    No, no, no to the leather belts with double denim. The typical casual jeans belt just rings too much of cowboy. Wear skinnies (but not skin tight), no belt and the look steers well clear of the Wild West.

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    And why would you want that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    No, no, no to the leather belts with double denim. The typical casual jeans belt just rings too much of cowboy. Wear skinnies (but not skin tight), no belt and the look steers well clear of the Wild West.
    I think it depends how thick the belt is, and whether your shirt is tucked in. An oxford shirt, tucked in, with a slim belt wouldn't look cowboy at all.

    But I can see your point Jay. Double denim is a hard look to pull off.

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    I think oxford shirts - or shirts in general - should be avoided with double denim. Jersey stuff like, tees and henleys, works better, I find.

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    That's true. But I do actually think (perhaps not Oxford style) that a shirt like this might actually work well tucked in with Double Denim: Long-sleeved shirt | Convoy Long Sleeved Shirt | AllSaints

    You're quite right though; a simple t-shirt is more than enough.

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    You could try this :
    Combination 1 : white v-neck tees, maroon red skinny pants and dark brown boots.
    Combination 2 : white round or crew neck t-shirt, slim beige pants and maroon red loafers.


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