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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Time for the weekly installment of the Club Collar.

Suit: Polo by Corneliani, Glen Plaid 3/2 roll.
Shirt: Polo
Tie: Brooks Brothers
Belt: Polo
Shoes: Imperial Gunboats (no comments, Dawg. )

Have a great Thursday!







Mike
That's kind of a subdued Club Collar...not too curvy, I don't even know if I would have noticed it.


Slightly off topic, but: Does your flood expertise also translate to oil damage? If so, you could make enough in the next few years to go on a Bespoke Binge!
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Thanks to those who pointed out that yesterday was a FAIL. I agree ... wasn't feeling it myself, but as they say, "was in the bathroom, and had a camera ... so what the hell?" Today's Effort:
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That's kind of a subdued Club Collar...not too curvy, I don't even know if I would have noticed it.


Slightly off topic, but: Does your flood expertise also translate to oil damage? If so, you could make enough in the next few years to go on a Bespoke Binge!

Yeah, it is not too crazy. Still, it is one of my favorite shirts. If I could actually get the pin through it evenly, I would pin the thing. I gave up trying. It is hard in the mirror. I guess I could ask the SO for help.

No, we won't be involved in the oil litigation. However, if that contaminated water were picked up or pushed in by a storm, it will make the claims process much more difficult and will likely lead to much more litigation. This spill is going to provide litigation for at least a decade to those involved in many fields. It is the Katrina of man-made environmental disasters.

Mike
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Well done.
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Spring is trying over here, but not very succesfully yet. So, a heavy OC shirt with a summer cotton jacket and fairly heavy cotton trousers. No jeans.

Good stuff. Pretty unspringlike here - 15oC
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OK, heres a gratuitous shot of Mrs. Spoo to ensure my entry in the digest this week.
Nice tie, great gratuity
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Who's trippin' down the Streets of the city? Thursday:

Panta (by Ed Morel) lined, untipped six-fold (yes, six) tie:

- B
Nice tie. Vass or Paprika?
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Time for the weekly installment of the Club Collar.

Suit: Polo by Corneliani, Glen Plaid 3/2 roll.
Shirt: Polo
Tie: Brooks Brothers
Belt: Polo
Shoes: Imperial Gunboats (no comments, Dawg. )

Have a great Thursday!


Mike
I like all of this. The club collar makes a nice change
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Been a week..

Wah?
Posh lapels
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Originally Posted by Bespoke 51 View Post
Great combination today--I'm curious about the fabric/weight and who makes your bespoke creations?

Thanks. The fabric is 8 oz. (or thereabouts) flannel. None of my clothing is bespoke.
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Well done.

+1
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Like always, the solution to this problem is, "more tiny books."
Four tiny books, bitches. Like, Harvard: But +1.
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A Beautiful Sunny Day In Charlotte

Canary yellow trousers = awesome

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Life is full of strange coincidences--and I assure you I did not pull a DTO on Holdfast. Holdfast, I believe you even mentioned the fact that you owned this same sport coat in a two-button configuration once before after I posted it. Well, here's my three-button again, on the exact same day your wore two-button. I think you'll find the effect quite different, though.

Global synchronicity.

I like your spin on it; I wouldn't have thought to wear it that way, so it's really good to see other ideas of how to wear .

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Behold the skills of a master..superb HF! The emergence of summer in springtime.
Once again shoe details please?

Thanks. They're from Herring shoes. I can't remember the model name, but I doubt there are too many similar styles on their site!

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OK, heres a gratuitous shot of Mrs. Spoo to ensure my entry in the digest this week.


Thank you.

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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
Been a week.

Polka dot tie is well cool.

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I have a similar suit, and will have no shame in stealing your outfit ideas for it. Thank you!




Full-length photo has even worse colour balance than usual. Sorry. Second photo is a bit more accurate.
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Great combining as usual.

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Love the SC

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No socks. It's catching on.

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I thought Friday was no tie day? Looks good nonetheless.
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Today's Effort:


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Full-length photo has even worse colour balance than usual. Sorry. Second photo is a bit more accurate.

I really like that tie.
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Cold, grey and wet this morning, so office shots:



Barker 'Nairn', Viyella Moleskins, BB Shirt, Osbournes of IoW Tie, Robert Noble/Brook Taverner Sportscoat, Howard Yount PS
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Four tiny books, bitches.


Why are your tiny books blank, though?

Is it a thoughtful homage to certain sections of Tweed in the City?



- B
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OK, heres a gratuitous shot of Mrs. Spoo to ensure my entry in the digest this week.


Ooops.


- B
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Why are your tiny books blank, though? Is it a thoughtful homage to certain sections of Tweed in the City?
It is an homage to the open mind and indicative of those able to write their own ideas, not merely swallow the dogma of others. So, the real question is: why are your tiny books all written in? And why do they only have one or one-and-a-half letters per page?
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