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The weather in NYC is to be a bit cooler than average today and tomorrow, at least, so, while the weather remains mild, I return to suits. I've not worn today's suit in a couple of months - today's attire is a preview of the upcoming fall.Suit - RLPLShirt - BBTie - Drake'sCufflinks - Metropolitan Museum of ArtBraces - Trafalgar, via Paul StuartVintage watch chainShoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand [[SPOILER]]
Thank you, gentlemen. My former salesman at Paul Stuart always would suggest something bold for me, and on many occasions, that at which I would look askance on the hanger would look very suitable on me. Unhappily, that salesman has semi-retired to Naples, FL.
It is good to wear something other than shorts, polo shirts, and camp moccasins without socks - practical for an active construction site (as my new apartment has been for the last three days, and I babysitting, awaiting furniture deliveries), but not very interesting, sartorially.Sports jacket - Paul Stuart/Phineas ColeShirt & trousers - BBTie - Michelson's via Thomas Farthing, LondonShoes - Carmina, via the Armoury, NYC [[SPOILER]]
Don't drink for living - live for drinking! Handsome shot, in any case - the suffering one must endure for one's art . . .
You're a better man than I to wear a jacket in this weather, and at a location further south than NYC, from what I can gather . . .
x-post WAYWRN CM Casual - AE, Lorenzo Uomo socks, BB trews . . .
I am posting today, though it will be Friday before I post again, as I am off three days this week, with the unenviable task of awaiting furniture deliveries to my new apartment, where the A/C either doesn't work, or the units have had their control panel doors painted shut. (My husband and I are consulting with the contractor this evening, and that fact, among a host of others, will be a point of discussion.) It's still hot, if somewhat less humid, in the Big Apple, so...
And were you a teenage boy of a different generation, you'd have been equally shocked ("shocked, shocked, I say") that there was gambling going on in Casablanca.
Yes, but what sets American hearts (or censors) on fire barely raises an eyebrow in Scandinavia.In my life, it's not the subliminal shenanigans that gets me in trouble, it's the actual ones . . .
From the angle at which you're holding the dog, it's hard to tell how chesty the pooch is (a French bulldog would be bigger in the chest), and the ears look like a Frenchie's ears. Cute pup, regardless of breed, and, of course, an excellent accessory .
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