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Very strange jacket, but I have fun with it.

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Great picture.
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Sometimes I just think certain styles don't translate into photos well. In fact, i think every photo can't hold a candle to the actual garment and its wearer IRL. We all look "good" here, but in real life action, we are even better. You can't feel the depth of clothing in photos.
I can't speak for everybode here, bu I do definitely think that nothing can hold a candle to me IRL.

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Medium bluish gray Guerra fedora, 2 1/2 inch brim, 5 1/8 inches tall when creased into a teardrop made by Worth and Worth.
1940's DB Navy Suit
Burgundy polka dot Tie by Cable Car Clothiers.
It's funny how our obsessions with certain pieces in our wardrobe affect the way we post here or desribe our fit photos. Did you finally get the apprenticeship you aspired? When you are a hatmaker, be sure to make me your first client.
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Waiting for Liverpool to show up soon.

We can but hope!
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My humble entry ... lol:

Great SC niidawg3. The browns work well together throuout the outfit.
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As always, the settings of your pictures are of equal interest to your clothing. I like the perspective that the fence and hedge add to your pose. All that is missing is a walking stick. Very nice.

Thanks. When funds allow I ust look into getting a decent walking stick umbrella - I don't know that I could pul off a cane
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Originally Posted by literasyme View Post
+10. Great, simple, relaxed outfit, and a fantastic photo -- looks like a film still.

Thanks.

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I was wondering why I hadn't worn these trousers in so long. Now I remember: great, soft cotton, but they wrinkle like there's no tomorrow...

The joys of cotton Nice SC.
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Medium bluish gray Guerra fedora, 2 1/2 inch brim, 5 1/8 inches tall when creased into a teardrop made by Worth and Worth.
1940's DB Navy Suit
Burgundy polka dot Tie by Cable Car Clothiers.
I enjoy your B&W shots a great deal, but it would be nice to see a colour one too. Looks good.
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post
Without a dream in my heart, with out a love of my own.
I'm now wondering why I went for a brown scholar rather than the whisky
I like the SC.
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Originally Posted by Mr.K View Post
Pants=Incotex
Boots=Herring
I like the green trousers they work well with the rest.

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Originally Posted by calisanfran View Post
Waiting for Liverpool to show up soon.

I think they went off injured.

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Wednesday

SC day...
I always like the blue and brown combination. Nice relaxed look too.
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You look well, I hope you are feeling well, too.
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Originally Posted by chrisb0109 View Post
Very strange jacket, but I have fun with it.
I can't make my mind up about the jacket, but I like the green and orange combination.
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I love the check on the coat. Nice combination all round
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Two days ago, all the snow's gone now...




cap Bookster
overcoat Dunn & Co. (vintage)
trousers Codings
boots Trickers
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Two days ago, all the snow's gone now...

cap Bookster
overcoat Dunn & Co. (vintage)
trousers Codings
boots Trickers

You're looking much more stylish than I did during our snowy spell. What soles do the boots have? I gave up with Dainite in snow, but then I can fall over on a light frost...
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post
Sometimes I just think certain styles don't translate into photos well. In fact, i think every photo can't hold a candle to the actual garment and its wearer IRL. We all look "good" here, but in real life action, we are even better. You can't feel the depth of clothing in photos.
- QUOTED for truth. - Videos are actually better, lately EthanDesu has been providing me video footage to counter my pics..
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Wednesday
- good to see you loosen up & the use of different shirt cloth.. Though something is not right with the SC's length & quarters.. is this a Chan or PL?
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You're looking much more stylish than I did during our snowy spell. What soles do the boots have? I gave up with Dainite in snow, but then I can fall over on a light frost...

They've got commando soles.

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Originally Posted by w. rabbit View Post
They've got commando soles.


Makes sense. I've only got one pair of Commando soled shoes and they've had a lot of wear these past few weeks (although I did end up switching to walking boots and lightweight crampons at one point just to get to the station).
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From head to foot, this array of bright patterns and color is resolutely fearless!
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They're the team that got screwed on two calls which both directly lead to the two goals scored. They're also the team that just needs to win 1-0 at home to go through.
Are you sure that's a Man City scarf? Looks like a West Ham one from here...I can see some of the claret...

Well, if history serves correct, there will def be goals scored at OT...and this time Utd won't get the 10 minutes of time added on...

Its a choc brownish red...same color we wore when we won the FA Cup in 56
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Like the tie, not with this outfit though.. Try again. Neat belt buckle...

T
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Thank you. I think the 2 1/2 inch brim suites me much more than the 2 3/4 inches I was posting when I came to this forum. Where can I find a good navy suit with gray pinstripes in a 34s? It would be nice if i could find it with a Neopolitan shoulder.
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