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That is a beautiful coat.
I suppose I ask because when left to my own devices I tend to err in the direction of over-structured (my tailor has had to pull me back from the brink). I mentioned Edward Sexton because I could see myself going that far (his shirt collars excepted). Although I'm pretty sure this tendency wouldn't get me in trouble with a city worsted, I'm uncertain whether it would render weird results in, say a herringbone tweed suit.
I have a question about congruence between fabric and cut. Are certain cuts only appropriate at certain points along the country/city continuum? For example, it seems that an Edward Sexton ultra-structured cut would look bizarre on a linen suit. But both a country tweed and city worsted may stand up to the whole range of cuts from sack to structured.
That chair is fantastic. I want.
Gentlemen, I'm torn between these two "no-name" tan/cream linen fabrics for a pair of trousers: http://luxire.com/products/gov-linen-cream-birdseye-540134_n http://luxire.com/collections/pants/products/khaki-linen-pant Any suggestions? Or should I avoid the no-name linens and stick with Dugdale?
I like the current, slightly thin, placket. My vote is to leave well enough alone.
Tell me about that fantastic tie.
I don't think I'm ballsy enough to attempt that myself, but I think it looks fantastic. Good job, brother.
You are a lucky guy, @DiplomaticTies. If I asked my wife to do this, she'd look at me as if I had lost my mind. My sartorial journey is walked alone.
Casual Friday has taken hold in Paris?
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