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Posts by PapaRubbery

 Ofc I think wearing a sublime white PS would probably complete the look better, but I definitely am balancing this against the perception of pushing the boundaries too soon. That isn't an illegitimate concern.  Sure it's easy enough to dismiss it (wear without care and all that jazz), but I'm not about to fly the flag of #menswear at risk of my job ...  Especially when my job is to sell my services, not a product, to clients. 
 Work is as conservative as it gets, nobody else wears one, I'm junior, don't want to push the envelope just yet. Give it a little while and a don draper PS may be the go. 
Thanks for all the love from Monday and the ensuing discussion. At my age (24), and position, a PS would be considered probably too dandy, and I don't want to push the envelope so soon.      That was yesterday - Suit supply suit and tie, kamakura shirt.    And today is in the WAYWRN thread if folk are interested, I didn't want to double post here.    I took this with a proper camera on Monday, so sorry it's kind of a repost, but it shows the patterns and colours...
First post, play nice iGents.        Suit is Suitsupply, tie is Kent Wang, shirt is Kamakura and shoes are Baker (for Herring).  EDIT: Man, Cleav killing it, mo and all. I chose the wrong time to enter this thread, hahaha!
    Sorry for the dodgy snaps y'all, but trying to do a WIWT now that I'm suited and booted erryday for work. Once I've got better snaps with a proper camera I'll grow the balls to post in the WAYWT thread.    SuitSupply MJ Bale Kent Wang Herring
 I was just about to post I wear Tobacco Vanille.  Maybe she got it from me? 
 Given The Armoury's prices, you're better off hitting up Ascot Chang, given they made the button downs for them.  It really shows the value of AC when you look at TA's OTR pricing. Sure that includes free alterations, but why not go straight to the source, especially if you're already an AC customer.  To be honest though, I don't think TA's mark up is overly excessive on some things. OB swimwear was ~$250; RJ suiting ~$1600 (inc alterations); Carminas at $500ish...
 These are beautiful and I am strongly considering doing the same. 
 Honestly, it's pretty nice - but I don't like single vents - and were I of a more ... advanced ... age, I'd rock that motherfucker with no qualms.  In short - kop away, boss. 
 Havana trousers are fuller, but are no means a full cut.  SC and SJ's fit differently - former is generally shorter, higher buttoning point, and more tapered around the waist. 
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