Aren't there guys in jeans in Take Ivy?As do I. But not the pre-whiskered part, with jeans period. Not one person that I \ever noticed, including myself, wore blue jeans in school and school for me was in NYC '62-'66. Unlike Jovan tho, I kinda like jeans, now, but if you're trying for that Take Ivy thing consider skipping the blue ones. At my school the kids left them down on the farm, but that's just an expression because nobody at my school knew what a farm was.
... if you're trying for that Take Ivy thing consider skipping the blue ones. At my school the kids left them down on the farm, but that's just an expression because nobody at my school knew what a farm was.
Aren't there guys in jeans in Take Ivy?
I also have the Bean rubber mocs, but no matter how I adjust the laces I can't get a tight fit...I wonder how yours fit you.
Mind if I give this a try?
I'm of a similar age (well, slightly older, but still in a school environment), but I've just gone with posting in the WAYWT thread. This is a good thread, as well, though. Maybe I'll go back and forth a bit
I don't know because I've never seen Take Ivy (and don't understand the title) and the reason I haven't is that I was 18 in '63, lived in the north east and went to a private school so I sorta was Take Ivy and we didn't wear blue jeans and I didn't know anybody who did. But I like them, now.
You've got Take Ivy "street cred" - soon you'll have the neighborhood kids knocking on your door to and adopting your style.
I'll play along. Here's what I wore to class today:
Press OCBD w/ flap (my new favorite)
J Crew classic fit khakis
Leatherman signal flag belt
There are some very good looks here! inq89, your party wear looks like something I'd wear, except I might go with Red Wing 1155s. I really like the blueish duck heads as well....a good change from standard khaki.
Oh yeah, very nice. Personally I prefer to wear lighter shoes (light brown, sand, cognac, etc) but you pull off the outfit very well. Do you usually roll your sleeves up?
Also, in your other pic you said "business casual" but you're wearing boat shoes. I've never worked in a business casual environment so I'm surprised that boat shoes are actually acceptable??
... In fact, just last weekend she said I "looked like my dad."...