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I like the outfit, Nil. EZ
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Wonderful.

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Spoo true to form when you try classic and simple it tends to looks great.

Thanks guys.

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I think I've read the advice before, but you really should consider cuffing your trousers, I think it would add polish to your fits.. When I see plain bottom trousers like that, they just don't seem finished.. I like the pattern of the sportcoat, but I think the tie clashes somewhat..

Thanks gnatty - I agree that cuffs add finishing, sure. I just cant bring myself to get them on my trou just quite yet. I like the way they look on other people, but when I wear them it does not jive for me. But I do appreciate the input.

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Spoo - Love the shoes. Who's the maker on those elgant suede brogues?

Thank you - They are (as Kaplan mentioned) the Crockett & Jones Worcester.

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Monday and it is hot again. I hate heat.

Prada? Wow, I would have never have guessed a Prada suit in your closet Mike! The shoulders as has been mentioned, doing something Quasimodo like there, but otherwise a nice sedate fit. You've been turning down the volume - except for Black Friday - whats up?

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Great SC, Spoo. Wrong tie.

Mike

Because of the color or the pattern?

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[center]Throwback Monday

Great Nii - and I love the briefcase. LV right?

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- dapper SC Spoo-serati. is that a Corneliani? if it is then that appears to be the convergence point in our wardbrobes ... lol.
- Not very imaginative, but a solid mid or charcoal grey cashmere tie would have rocked. the green tie makes this busy, however i think the shirt is subdued enough to make it not too bad. your shirt collars have improved a lot. i need to work on my BD collars too.

Well, we will need to find another convergence point... This is a MG unlined cashmere.

I agree all those tie choices would have worked, probably better - but same question I asked Mike - was the color or the pattern the factor for you? I hope not the color as I thought it was really spot on

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I like it better from afar, but that's just me quibbling. A nice fall look.

I agree with you.

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Chilly Monday

Coat- awesome
Bowtie - awesome
Tucked in sweater - not my kind of awesome, but works on you... I think.

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I might get banned from SF, but i don´t feel the sweater. If it had been richer (deeper) in colour, i would have liked it...this way, it´s a bit too close to the pants, and it even gets worse (if one can say so) with the light colour of the jacket. No pun intended Spoo, that´s just what i feel about it.

BAN! Kidding Spoozy - but not sure Im seeing your point about it - especially since your fit today had a V neck sweater with a DB jacket... same kind of idea. In any case - Its something to consider, and thank you for your opinion.

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Not three minutes after taking these pix I dribbled yogurt on this tie.

You had a day like this too? God damn beef and broccoli at lunch - slippery bastard of a broccoli slips off the chopstick into the sauce, all over my shirt and pants.

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Shitty Monday

Nice color work Rob - But Im not as crazy about it as everyone else is - the pants look a little short to me. While I dont NOT like the fit, the last time you wore this SC with the lighter pants, that was much better for me.

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Janky pics as usual:

Those AS are awesome as they get more and more broken in. If thats the shoebox on the bed, thats also a serious piece of machinery.

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They look like they could be the C&J Worcester.

Here's a pic of mine from the suede thread.

nice eye.
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Very stylish.
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BAN! Kidding Spoozy - but not sure Im seeing your point about it - especially since your fit today had a V neck sweater with a DB jacket... same kind of idea. In any case - Its something to consider, and thank you for your opinion.
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Funny thing, Spoo. You´re the first one to comment on the outfit...seems as if i even can´t get people to hate my stuff lately....anyway, it´s not about the sweater a a piece, but it´s colour. I´d have preferred it to be of a richer colour, that´s all. But thx for answering
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So, the yours is the Lada or the Rover?
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I like the way your jackets fit you: mainly the shoulders and waist.
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So, the yours is the Lada or the Rover?
That is not a Rover. It is Izh. One of Russian automobile creations. The red Ford belongs to my wife and mine is not pictured. Camera was on its trunk.
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I like the way your jackets fit you: mainly the shoulders and waist.
Thanks!
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Great outfit, especially the pants and shoes combo...

Thanks! The shoes are bing sold by my tailor...if anyone is interested send me a PM. They're handmade in italy, and his own design.

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Originally Posted by TC (Houston) View Post
It does look great. Fortunately I decided to wear the same thing today, but don't think I did it quite as well.

Thanks TC, but theres nothing on here you don't do well bud!

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This combo is almost TOO good, Ranger. Truly fabulous. I've never really cared for gray on gray (trousers and socks) but that's negligible. Great stuff, man.

Cheers strange!

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pps: NYR, it's been said, but great work.

Thanks W, your photography is great!

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Sharp! Excellent fit. Your tailor is an artist.

Cheers CP, cold yet up there?

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Nice color work Rob - But Im not as crazy about it as everyone else is - the pants look a little short to me. While I dont NOT like the fit, the last time you wore this SC with the lighter pants, that was much better for me.
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Cheers Spoo, these were actually let down a touch, before they were REALLY short. The jacket is new though, first time out in the wild. A bit similar to the one I'm wearing today (which I think you referenced).
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Cheers CP, cold yet up there?


Perfect for wearing sweaters and running. Sunday was the Detroit Marathon with a course that included the bridge to Canada and a tunnel on the return. Temperature was about 40 at the start. Absolutely perfect.
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Picture is from a few weeks ago but the outfit is the same.
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Picture is from a few weeks ago but the outfit is the same.

Christian Slater, is that you?
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Picture is from a few weeks ago but the outfit is the same.

Very Boardwalk Empire!
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Lufty - Fantastic suit!! - you're looking really good these days...fit seems spot on!! Keep it up man.



SpooPoker & TB - I feel your pain, boys...

Sorry you and TB had to go through this - but I'm glad to hear it...I thought I might be the only one suffering through this - nice fresh Jersey tomato and mozzarella salad, with olive oil and basil - Last bit of tomato/basil slides between the fork tines and onto the tie - right in the middle of upper chest, then it continues the slide down to the belt buckle, sprongs off and lands onto the upper thigh.. ARGHHH Then I had a meeting to go to....

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