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They're obviously very different but the indigo-dyed tee puts me in mind of this - which can only be a good thing.
The K-Way Leon is a decent cheapish option - http://www.k-way.co.uk/browse/Leon_493.html Oi Polloi pic below, K-Way site has better colours. Patagonia is always a good bet too, they must have a popover kagoule. I just got a Peter Storm one but it's ridiculously cheap. I like it though. http://www.millets.co.uk/mens/073927-peter-storm-mens-packable-cagoule-black.html
I assume people have seen this Twitter spoof of the Sartorialist and street style in general, the humour is very British but that makes it even better IMO - https://twitter.com/sarcastialist
I was the same about the hair until I saw this -Leönard‏@naptimedoeRonaldo cut his hair to match the scar of a young fan who had surgery to remove a brain tumor last week #respect pic.twitter.com/zGqAFS7DN7
Rubbish lift selfie - Aspesi blazer Polo RL shirt Uniqlo jeans Alberto Lanciotti chukkas Barbour bag
Alberto Lanciotti chukkas from Yoox. Made in Italy, lightweight with a dainite sole, €42.
Donegal tweed trousers from my favourite shop/label - http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/trousers-chinos/products/slim-walt-trouser-uk-donegal-tweed-salt-pepperAlso nearly everyone is doing slimmed-down modern silhouette MA1 fight jackets these days from cheapo H&M types all the way up to $1k plus Rick Owens and Raf Simons. The days of the baggy Alphas are long gone.
Very interesting Daily Telegraph piece on Yoox - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/mens-style/28151/how-yoox-became-the-amazon-of-the-fashion-world.html
Great thread chaps. As a 44-year-old who has always incorporated parts of the Look but was never 100% Mod or Skinhead or whatever this is a great read. These days it's Barbour, unstructured sport coats, tweed jackets, cardigans, brogues, suede chukkas, OCBD shirts, slim straight selvedge denim, polos - long and short sleeved, Barracuta G9, adidas originals etc etc. Basically a mongrel mix of Mod, Ivy, football casual and whatever you're having yourself.
No offence but (like lots of American ideas about Ireland and St Patrick's Day) that's nonsense. St Patrick is the patron saint of both Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants. For instance the red cross in the Union Jack is the cross of St Patrick. I know Ireland and our crazy history is confusing but just a little bit of knowledge would be good. AAS - I wear black-watch here in Dublin all the time and no one bats an eyelid so thumbs up from this Paddy to your Patrick's Day...
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