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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post


Why, is that one of those Prince Charles' My Hotel Butler Pressed a Crease into my Sleeves phenomenon I see on the left?

Just teasin' PG .

- M
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Lovely. Shoes?
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
Meh, a little busy today pandarts

Yeah the more I look at it the more unhappy I become with my shirt selection....should have gone with a solid
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Originally Posted by maomao1980 View Post
At first I also think the stance is weird, perhaps too high. However I think the issue is the coat is a bit long for him. In general I think this is the best X#$$@# made jacket I have seen.

"too high" was my impression too- you may be right about the length. Love the lapels.
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I like this a lot. Really unique. You ever check out RRL? Cool stuff.



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Meh, a little busy today pandarts

No offense but I'm putting you in the corner until you think about this.
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Yeah the more I look at it the more unhappy I become with my shirt selection....should have gone with a solid

This hardly approaches too busy, IMO.
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PRL? I have the same jam in a 40s and it's mad tight on me =(
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PRL? I have the same jam in a 40s and it's mad tight on me =(
Yep. This is a 38 and I had it have it let out to the max at both the side and rear seams.
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[quote=Threadbearer;3214752]I'd very much appreciate opinions on today's color combination. (The shirt is peach/coral, by the way, regardless of what your monitor may be telling you.)

In particular, I suspect that the pocket square is a weak choice, but I couldn't find anything in my collection that I liked better.

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Here's a thought:

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Nicely done oldog ... that was the exact combo i was thinking of when i offered a comment on TB's question.

Thanks for adding the picture to show it.
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Originally Posted by Cary Grant View Post
No offense but I'm putting you in the corner until you think about this.

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What brand of watch?
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I really like your less is more aesthetic.
Thanks!

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This jacket appears to fit you perfectly. Or, at least, it's the way I wish my jackets fit me.
Thank you. I'm pretty happy with the fit of my MTM stuff.

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Thanks - They are 100% cashmere - I thought pairing them with a corduroy SC was a no brainer, especially since they had a pattern and the jacket didnt. What would you have done them with instead?
To be honest I'm not totally sure myself, but I'm thinking a jacket in a lighter shade.



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Very nice fit.. but what's going on with the jacket sleeves?

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Met mijn excuses voor een beetje Nederlandse directheid:

Are you doing this as a joke? Those trousers are hideous on their own - and utterly inappropriate with the rest. The rest is, incidentally, pretty good (though I'd have gone with a lighter shirt to provide more contrast).
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Apparently you can get pocket squares in colours other than plain white. Who'd have known?

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