Love the comfort of AirMax and they're unbeatable after walking in low profiles and leather boots. Though looking for something a little more stealthy rather than Nike's otherwise brash colourways.
I love the clean look of these taped versions. The contrast print on the tongue and the youthful concept of being reflective the only let downs.
How do i wear them without looking like i have an asbo? I can work a pair of casual black desert boots ok but these being trainers...
(this is for the Ewan McGregor pic - forgot to quote - sorry, new)
I think there's a good reason for the pose: it pulls the jacket sleeves back and reveal a lot of shirt. If there was only about 1 cm showing then I think it would look very different. Try covering the sides of the pic and the shirt seems out of place (IMO).
@Des I've got a grey pair that I wear with literally anything as long as my trousers are slim fitting which tends to take away that chavvy feel of them.
I have the grey ripstop am90s but they're quite easy. Decided against the above though. Couldn't justify spending the 105 on somthing that I reckon will only go with my black 511s. Cheers
Originally Posted by hf94
So i got this crewneck sweatshirt/jumper i don't know what to call it. in just a easy clean grey color. How do i combine it properly with a tee beneath it? every basic white tee is killing my neckline, and finding a tee in exact the same color isn't that easy..
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I've got done like this and I do one of 3 things:
1) wear without a t shirt underneath in spring or warmer weather
2) large open neck t shirt (can be found in places like Topman), the neck opening larger than the jumper opening
3) wear a scarf round the neck to cover the opening.
Perhaps a vest ?
Originally Posted by Frontrow
Took a stab at something completely out of my comfort zone and only for £10 from the ASOS sale + coupon code. Probably the brighest piece of clothing I own and I'm honestly clueless on how to pull this off without looking like Keith Lemon.
Should probably work best with a navy or dark grey/charcoal blazer and a white OCBD. Maybe some neutral desert boots. Or a knitted tie in navy for a more formal approach?
Originally Posted by overtoad
I would disagree, if you are out of your comfort zone already then pairing them with blazer and shirt will probably make you feel more uncomfortable. They are skinny jeans in a bold colour so better suited to casual wear IMO. Think grey/white t-shirts, charcoal, navy/beige jumpers/cardigans/hoodies etc. Or if you want to be more smart-casual, a white oxford and a navy v-neck, for example, or a chambray/denim shirt tucked in. Shoes wise, white plimsolls like in the pic or brown brogues/loafers would look good.
Here are some pics off the web: