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I usually go with one of these: - San Pancho - San Freak-o - Googletown - Twit-ville
yep sorry dude. I know the Gucci horsebit is supposed to be "classic" but I just can't do it.  I don't mind the super clean flat strap Weejun style. so go figure.
Despite how not cool it is, I love loafers/slippers/moccasins/etc... but even I can't stand the horse-bit loafer. always looks like a cheese-y geezer to me.
I was totally eyeballing that suit. but all sales final .. eek. whats recent Jil sizing liek?. would I go with 38 would if I am 38" chest? 
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 thx Regis. it was fun, and sort of weird, wearing all white today. at least it was in the 70s here in Cali.    leland, the jacket is Barena. unlined cotton. super summer-y.
What makes "The Look" appealing to me is the use of solids and understated materials. Having owned lots of vintage 60s thrift stuff, I can attest to a certain flatness to the colors and dullness of fabrics that was part of the overall appeal. these things also added to the uniformity that was to me essential to the power of the Ivy (or whatever adjective you prefer) Look.    I understand that this thread is about how that original stuff has evolved, but I kind of agree...
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notwithit, I want to see you in some long, drapey overcoats and flowing pants. you've got the build for the fashunz.
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