I’ve got the linen and madras shorts from I have two titles Navy veteran and Grandpa and I rock them both shirt and I’d recommend both of them. The linen ones particularly are awesome. I’m 6’3″ and neither pair are obscenely short on me; the rise is fairly high so that helps compensate. Fit on them isn’t really slim, but it’s not too baggy. I think a little looseness is appropriate for warm weather fabrics like linen/Madras. Great guide as always. You’re probably my favorite MFA poster, so I’ll miss seeing you around for a while, but I guess as far as excuses go, a new baby is a pretty good one. Congrats, man.
I have two titles Navy veteran and Grandpa and I rock them both shirt, ladies tee, tank top, and v-neck
Totally agree with the recommendation. I never shop at I have two titles Navy veteran and Grandpa and I rock them both shirt, but we were there yesterday to get some multi-packs of onesies that were on sale. These shorts were on sale for and I ended up buying five pairs of them (all three prints, the linen camp shorts, and the navy chambray). I pulled up the coupon on my phone and got all five pairs for. I’m going to be dressing more casually this summer than I usually do since I’ll be away from work for a while, so I was happy to find them (even though buying lots of cheap stuff is the polar opposite of my regular clothes-buying philosophy). For anyone else who isn’t 6’3″, the length and cut (at least on the regular shorts, I don’t have the patterned ones) aren’t terrible, but they may be a bit long.
Official I have two titles Navy veteran and Grandpa and I rock them both sweatshirt, hoodie
The canvas shoes you mention are another good deal. They were when I got them, but even as they’re a decent value. I’d avoid almost everything else in the store though (with the exception of basic tees maybe). Yeah, the shorts I have probably wouldn’t be too long on most guys (unless you have pretty short legs), but if you prefer to wear your shorts on the short side, they might be longer than ideal. I should have mentioned it in the post, but they’re definitely one-season shoes. In Spain and France (where they’re originally from), they were traditionally shoes you’d buy from cheap street vendors. I think I am going to pull the trigger on some espadrilles and appreciate your recommendations, especially since you shied away from Toms. It is such a functional casual shoe, I don’t why the hell it isn’t as popular as it is with men. Thanks. I haven’t stepped into an Old Navy in awhile but you have the credibility for me to go check it out.