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    Photographed in New York, NY courtesy of Justin Chung

    Noteworthy: monogrammed sterling silver engine turn buckle, Matt Singer handmade cotton rope bracelet, red gingham shirt (my favorite sport shirt for summer).

    Jul 6, 2011 | Permalink (16) Total Comments

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    DG left a comment on 7/8/2011 at 6:42 AM:

    After frequenting this blog for close to a year, who would have thought I’d be making a comment on one the more unassuming looks. A pretty solid look none the less. You mentioned you had your denims altered, was it the length you had taken in? I find shortening the lengths loses the “finishing” on the hem. Whats your view?


    Hilton left a comment on 7/7/2011 at 10:26 AM:

    I’m fond of gingham, although the checks on your shirt are a bit too big. How do you feel about red gingham on most complexions? I’m considering this one from J. Press: http://www.jpressonline.com/dress_shirts_patterned_detail.php?id=1045REDM

    Thanks, Mr. Castleberry.


    David ( from England ) left a comment on 7/7/2011 at 7:39 AM:

    Hiya Fred, a couple of things I would like to ask if I may, As I am newish to your blog I don’t know what you do for a living but would be intersted to know and secondly as a great people watcher when I see people that dress well I often wonder where they live and what their houses/apartments look like have you ever posted any pictures of your home ? It would be fun to see what style you have. Thanks


    KGC left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 9:46 PM:

    I love that shirt. It looks great on everyone.


    F.E. Castleberry left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 8:33 PM:

    @NWR—These jeans are 501s that I had altered at Sid Mashburn when I bought them.  The indigo wash jean is a great dark jean substitute for selvedge come summer.

    @Laguna Beach Fogey—Gingham is a quintessential summer fabric. It’s unfortunate you’ve banned it from your wardrobe.  These particular shoes are made by Allen Edmonds, so they are American.  I’d also challenge you to attempt the leather dress shoe sans sock and see what you think.

    @Nate & Tito—This shirt is made by Polo Ralph Lauren.


    NWR left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 8:20 PM:

    Solid look, Fred. Who is the denim by?


    Mkm left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 8:19 PM:

    Gingham is nice for summer.


    Laguna Beach Fogey left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 6:13 PM:

    Awesome! Well done, FEC.

    I’m not a fan of gingham in any form, but this looks good on you.

    Your hairstyle is to die for.

    I avoid wearing dress shoes without socks, but the shoes in the picture look quite light-weight, and possibly Italian-made, so I think it works.

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    Tito left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 5:01 PM:

    Great style Fred!
    I’m a sucker for gingham shirt, I have all the colors in different brands. you look like you’ve lost some weight, it make’s you look more younger!
    By the way is that shirt Lands End?


    Tyler P. left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 4:40 PM:

    The lens flare matches your watch… but yes, I do like this look. It is one of the least in-your-face things on this site.


    Nate left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 4:38 PM:

    I gotta know who makes this shirt!


    Angel left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 3:07 PM:

    Great look! The only issue I have finding a gingham Shirt in fun bright colors other than blue is that they are hard to come by to fit my long torso and monkey arms. I would like to have my shirts reach my wrist when un-rolled.

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    Luis Alcaraz left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 3:01 PM:

    Great shirt, great shoes, great belt.


    tripreed left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 1:58 PM:

    I like this. It’s a good, simple look.


    Johan Olof Ceasar left a comment on 7/6/2011 at 1:55 PM:

    Great style, love how you matched that shirt!


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