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They are a special order Lobb's, I don't remember how old they are - why?
Age and generally neglect, I guess
The versatility of THE ELECTRIC BLUE DB Dormeuil Tonik 30 % mohair suit, by Steven Hitchcock, worn with shirts by NSM and Sean O'Flynn, tie by Hermes, Rubinacci PS, Double Monks by J. Lobb, blue suede tassels by Crocket & Jones. From the proper suit to jacket white cotton trouser combi, to the dreaded, sockless, no tie, and jeans combo Source URL=http://www.the-journal-of-style.com/]http://www.the-journal-of-style.com/[/URL] [/quote]
The versatility of THE ELECTRIC BLUE DB Dormeuil Tonik 30 % mohair suit, by Steven Hitchcock, worn with shirts by NSM and Sean O'Flynn, tie by Hermes, Rubinacci PS, Double Monks by J. Lobb, blue suede tassels by Crocket & Jones. From the proper suit to jacket white cotton trouser combi, to the dreaded, sockless, no tie, and jeans combo Source http://www.the-journal-of-style.com/ [/quote]
http://www.the-journal-of-style.com/
No worries :-)
Thanks gents - while I do not think there is a discrepancy with texture in the jeans combo, as the mohair is pretty rough too (one might see that in the shoo close up) - I agree that that combo came out wrong. Somehow the colour/fading of the jeans looks completely different IRL - anyhow this was just an experiment we did to show the versatility in "The Journal of Style".The "grey eminence" alas, came quite natural, but I did change the cut a bit following orders by...
Thank you very much for your concern - As you can see, I'm alive and kicking - here demonstrating the versatility of THE ELECTRIC BLUE DB Dormeuil Tonik 30 % mohair suit, by Steven Hitchcock, worn with shirts by NSM and Sean O'Flynn, tie by Hermes, Rubinacci PS, Double Monks by J. Lobb, blue suede tassels by Crocket & Jones. From the proper suit to jacket white cotton trouser combi, to the dreaded, sockless, no tie, and jeans combo...
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Apparently I addressed some of those issues!
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