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    Tired of wearing the same thing

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    So, almost every night out I go on, I end up settling on the same thing to wear, I do try think of alternatives but just fall back on the old faithful: Denim shirt, burgandy chinos, brown/tan desert boots. While I still like it, I'd like to try something different!

    I was considering something like this jumper Red mixed yarn crew neck jumper - jumpers - jumpers / cardigans - men

    with black jeans, brown desert boots and maybe a denim jacket!
    I like to keep things more on the smart/casual side of things for a night out rather than very smart, although wearing a jumper might get kind of warm! What do you guys think? Or any alternative suggestions are welcome.

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    I'm generally on the smarter end of the spectrum, but on nights out I don't really give a toss. Skinny jeans, t-shirt and some trashed up chelsea boots. Any outfit is going going to get covered in drink/sick anyway...
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    Boots, jeans, shirt (with or without a tie, depending on how smart you want to look) and a denim or leather jacket.

    Check out the lookbooks with denim jackets here on FB for inspiration.

    http://www.fashionbeans.com/2013/the-denim-jacket-a-transitional-essential/

    http://www.fashionbeans.com/2012/the-denim-jacket-lookbook-ss/

    http://www.fashionbeans.com/2012/the-denim-jacket-lookbook-aw/

    http://www.fashionbeans.com/2011/spr...-denim-jacket/
    Last edited by Ken G; 12-09-2013 at 03:09 PM.

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