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same old. not sure if i posted this geddup before. dry cleaner did a horrific job on those lapels.    
Saw that one recently worn by Moriarty in the new Sherlock series on BBC, too.     My research led me to Spencer Hart: http://www.sherlockology.com/wardrobe/shirt-jim-moriarty   I had one made by my tailor. Looked ridiculous on my long neck...   edit: shit necrobump
if I recall correctly david carradine frequently wore belts as neckties...  
  please go with spoos recommendation and make it a green tie. essentially turning the whole thing into a throat artichoke.
jacket too long, pents too short.   sleeves may be a touch too short, too. The jacket overall looks very dated.   I like the colours. individually.
  creppy euro? wouldn't call him that... but you must know yourself what's best for your shin bones...     besides....euro? think again. I leave this here:           http://www.styleforum.net/t/234255/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iii/10365#post_4763859   Victor is simply the greatest guy SF has ever seen.
  I disagree. Retrospectively those linens where a disaster. the high waisted mid grey flannel pents I had made after that where a disaster, too. I severely lack Victor's upper body muscularity to successfully pull them off.   Though I've made the decision, that next time I'm in Beijing I will try a three piece suit. Probably mid grey flannel. If that does not work out for me I can wear it as two piece and keep the vest as incentive to stay in shape until I've reached...
  have you ever been to the north west of Spain? Visit Salamanca during January. Don't forget your snow shoes.   But when has climate ever prohibited someone from wearing a three piece suit. One of the few things I learned in Hong Kong.     Regarding vests.I believe vests are great to hide a belly but I stand with my point that they look out of place on the younger crowd or the very young looking crowd such as myself.   Every piece of clothing looks best on physically fit...
in another 6 years you can wear tassel loafers
Hermes doesn't even sell wallets to paying customers. why would they then give away free stuff?
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