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I fear the recent uprising of tassle loafers

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Taciturn WAYWRN al fresco Monday:






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Vox, this is great, can you tell more about fabric? What book,#?
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Maybe 'Jeeves' wouldn't have approved but I finally went with the tie in the second picture in the end...(the first tie was a blue knitted one (N&L), in case one can't see it well- I didn't have time enough to take other photographs.)
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Thought I would catch up on some of my resent looks, so I apologize for the big post.

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Taciturn WAYWRN al fresco Monday:
Very crisp. I like. I'm not keen on those socks with that shoe/suit combo though. I see why you picked that colour, and I've done the same previously with a similar-ish set of colours, but would not do so again. Yes, I'm feeling nitpicky today.
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Of all the decks in all the WAYWN threads in all the world, you walked into mine.
Nice vibe. The contrasting trim on the edge of the brim is a little too vivid for me.
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Drakes tie? I've seen it somewhere recently, anyway, and wondered how that colourway would look IRL. Works nicely with the clean shirt/suit choices.
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http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...t/P5171332.jpg Maybe 'Jeeves' wouldn't have approved but I finally went with the tie in the second picture in the end...(the first tie was a blue knitted one (N&L), in case one can't see it well- I didn't have time enough to take other photographs.)
FWIW, I think you made the right choice. Brightens things up nicely.
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Exec Meeting Monday
Another sharp look. You're on a great roll recently.
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Taciturn WAYWRN al fresco Monday:

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Wow, I didn't know you could bend at the hips and knees. For all this time I thought you worked as a mannequin in a window.

Awesome as always.
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Like it!
Is this your new bespoke shirt? How do you like it?

Thank you. Yes, the shirt is the adjusted Whittaker/Dege & Skinner try on. I really like the new collar and the fit adjustments. There's one last thing that I want changed, and then I think we're home free on having the rest of the order made up.

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danger of explosion banned?

There are vibrations in the force.

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Vox, this is great, can you tell more about fabric? What book,#?

Thanks. It is Minnis 9/10oz fresco, 0519/wheat.

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Very crisp. I like.

I'm not keen on those socks with that shoe/suit combo though. I see why you picked that colour, and I've done the same previously with a similar-ish set of colours, but would not do so again. Yes, I'm feeling nitpicky today.

You must be the first of the post-Cameron Britons, representing a new wave of Englishmen who care about sock color.

I'm with you. Believe it or not, I just grabbed those Gallos without too much thought. If I had thought, I would have picked something else. Let's blame it on sprezz.

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Wow, I didn't know you could bend at the hips and knees. For all this time I thought you worked as a mannequin in a window.

Awesome as always.



Here's the great Mr. Sam's rendering of what you describe:




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The belt really makes this look. Got details on the belt and trousers?
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The belt really makes this look. Got details on the belt and trousers?

Thanks

The trousers are Philosophy Blues Original - Alberto model

The Belt is from Land's End
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Omas celluloid Paragon in Pearl Gray with HT trim.
That would have been my next guess, logically.

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Vox, this is great, can you tell more about fabric? What book,#?

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Thanks. It is Minnis 9/10oz fresco, 0519/wheat.
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Can I answer the next fabric question, please?
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Any news of MoK ?
I hope he is well and on holidays........................


Adrian
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Was at flea market this weekend... I thought this was particularly funny.

Shoes: Arrow Mocs
Jeans: Kapital 14oz Stonewashed
T: Cone White Oak T
Flannel: Sears Vintage
Belt: Revolver X Wiley Brothers

Fishing apparel: All vintage.
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Between my allergies and the 6 game hockey tourney I played in this weekend, I feel like I've been hit by a truck...and the suit fit me better in the fall, 10 pounds more muscle in my chest/shoulders and upper back. Hard to tell, but the square is one of gshen's new spring ones...awesome pastels in it. Tie is raw silk T&A and shirt is T&A Vintage. Suit=BR Monogram
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Woolrich Woolen Mills field coat RL lambswool sweater Zegna Napoli XXX shiort Incotex trou RL shell ankle boots
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As maligned as BR is, and sometimes, deservedly so, I thought the Monogram line had some pretty decent stuff. I'm bummed I missed out on that d/b, since I've been looking for a reasonably priced d/b jacket.
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