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Quote: Originally Posted by Captain Winky Nothing wrong with Hublot in and of itself, IMO, but (without being able to see a photo, it's been deleted) it's not something I'd want covered in diamonds. In fact, I don't like diamonds on a man's watch. I'm not even that big a fan of gold (though I'd like a simple rose gold dress watch one day). My philosophy when you're talking about $7k+ watches is to save $ on the case (go steel) and get the nicest...
Not really Italian but my Drakes sweater is rather slim fitting.
Since everybody in Moscow is smoking it is no dealbreaker.
Quote: Originally Posted by Jarandas That´s a nice watch, if you're russian. No love for Hublot...
Right now it looks like okay-fitting OTR to me...
Quote: Originally Posted by twosnapsandgo More like this? http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...yL8ExWWVYqhd8= http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...jjRUvf739UVhU= http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...Jpwv0rXKWLaQU= uu... funky!
Quote: Originally Posted by ccthompson My question was a legit question. It is not a joke. I also didn't ask anyone's opinion on the suit. You guys can stick to your own style, and I will stick to mine. I like to mix it up. I make bold statements with what I wear most of the time, which is why I usually wear a suit with a bright lime green or a lemon yellow tie. If it's bright or unique, I will usually own or wear it. Which is why, even my car is lime...
At first I thought this was about ASmallWorld
During Moscow winters I am wearing rubber overshoes and simply take them off as soon as I arrive to the office. Mine are by Swims - might be something for you too..
I sent one of my bespoke shirts to Camicie Belisario and had it copied - I am very pleased with the results!
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