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A rather scruffy picture of some of my Fred Perrys I actually have two of the black-with-white piping. At one time I had a rather rare one, made by FP but with the Guinness logo in place of the laurel wreath. heaven knows where that went. Lack of colour is made up for by a couple of bright Ben Sherman polos I picked up at T K Maxx I have nothing in green, but I think I'll rectify that this summer.
Somebody'll be telling us the three kids' names and where one of them had a birthmark next!
Okay, forget the suits, I'll run up a photo of my FPs...
Possibly Glasgow.
Obviously I'm not the only bleedin' egghead around here!
I have a Levi Trucker jacket from the late 1970s - might be the early 80s - which I don't wear because it's an M and I'm an L. My last piece of 'original' gear was a striped Ben Sherman I bought in 1968, and which Mrs Mystery wore as a painting smock in the late 1980s. Long gone now.
By the way, my suit looks grey in those pics. Actually it's closer to Lovat green.
Fair enough - let me reprise them.Mr Knightley, make suggestions as to what the guys should focus on for this 'event'. The basic suit maybe?
Where to buy a 3-button blazer, plain navy blue, not too expensive, centre vent preferred, patch pockets would be ok...
I don't think a regular competition is something we could sustain. However, I think we could have an occasional 'event' to show how we mature geezers manage to keep a sartorial sense alive without looking bloody ridiculous. I'm thinking that it could spring from an occasion when someone happens to post a picture - like mine on the previous page where Mrs Mystery posed me after I had come back from that degree recital. Something in a picture could spark off a theme - 'the...
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