This is pretty much a part 2 to my first question two weeks ago on here. Anyway I ordered a new leather jacket offline that was a different cut than the previous one I had. I can wear anything hooded with it due to the raised collar. I'm on the fence on certain things it goes good with and want to get more use out of it than just with dress shirts. Any help would be appreciated.
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I mean... this answer is sort of off-topic, but, it gives me pain deep in mah heart and soul to think that you paid THAT much money for... a second-line MK jacket.
Like, it's not even MK mainline, it's "Michael Michael Kors". That's their junior varsity line, in other words. (Like Emporio or Armani Jeans, versus the actual Giorgio Armani line... I mean, down a step from those, but, you get the picture.)
You can get a MUCH nicer leather jacket for around the same price on yoox.
Here's a link to their selection of men's leathers. Make sure you have time to siddown, because it'll take a while to go through it all:
Their size conversions can be sort of wonky, too (you can pm me for help there if you need it). But, for the love of God get yrself a *NICE* leather jacket. Not a 2nd line jacket from an American brand.
In response to yr actual question:
The point is to continue the contours made by the collar of the jacket itself.
If the jacket has a ROUNDED, bomber-type collar -- as that one does -- then you'll want to wear a shirt that also has a round collar, so that there isn't a weird disconnect between the shirt and the jacket.
• Normal crewneck T-shirt (NOT a V-neck t-shirt)
• Henley (DO NOT button the top button, or, I swear, I will come haunt you)
• Thin crewneck sweater, if the weather gets cold
You get the idea, play it up.
If you get a jacket with more of the Perfecto style (traditional motorcycle jacket style), then that's more of an angular look, so you'd want to style that with a V-neck or a button-down. Which is also angular.0
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