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Thank you. I feel very natural, comfortable, and confident in my Full Evening dress. IMHO the full Evening dress is something timelessly elegant and romantic. To me it is a symbol of chivalry and honor. It represents some of my values, which I happen to feel very deeply in my soul. To me the tail coat and top hat is a form self expression, and I truly believe that self expression is the celebration of life. The tailcoat was given to me by a friend.
Talking of Tailcoats—I just got a bunch of RLPL cashmere tails I planned on selling but don't have the heart to part with...
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First post on a waywrn thread. Jacket: Zegna Couture Shirt: Turnbull and Asser Pocket square: Robert Talbott Jeans: Zegna Socks: Richard James
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Horrible lighting/obligatory cell phone pic rage - I dun care, it's 11:20 and I just wanted to get some quick thoughts on the combo. First post in WAYWRN thread, 2nd overall and hopefully a lot more once I start developing a larger wardrobe. edit: Oh yheah, suit is my first ever suit I bought off the rack... More worried about the shirt/tye combo. Shoes are just plain black shoes, ugly/beat up.
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Vox,
what kind of face products do you use to rejuvenate your skin? This is a serious question.

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If it's dry, wet it. If it's wet, dry it.



- B
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Vox,
what kind of face products do you use to rejuvenate your skin? This is a serious question.

I flip my pillow to the cool side before going to sleep.


- B
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I flip my pillow to the cool side before going to sleep.


- B

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[size="1"]MBTâ„¢ (Mystery Bespoke Tailorâ„¢) 3 hard roll 2 jacket in Minnis 10oz fresco, two patch



- B

nice one, and the chest pocket looks like in normal position now.
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Yet another first-time poster to WAYWRN. Wanted to get this in before the onslaught of pattern challenges, which is far beyond my novice abilities. I'd ask that t you be gentle, what with it being my first time and all, but I trust you won't (assuming this gets any feedback).

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Yet another first-time poster to WAYWRN. Wanted to get this in before the onslaught of pattern challenges, which is far beyond my novice abilities. I'd ask that t you be gentle, what with it being my first time and all, but I trust you won't (assuming this gets any feedback).


Fit is not bad. The shoulders could be slightly smaller, but you have a thin frame, so it might be working to your advantage. If I were you, I'd be getting high collars on all my shirts. That's my most important advice to you.
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Short answer, yes.

+1
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Thanks!) Shoes Loake 1880 Fairford grain

Great tie!
Today




Excellent! Which trench/raincoat is this?
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wow that's a low gorge. cool fabric though. cold enough for shearling today... Sorry for the late post btw, had to deal with some family sh*t -MK
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In for the fun

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Fit is not bad. The shoulders could be slightly smaller, but you have a thin frame, so it might be working to your advantage. If I were you, I'd be getting high collars on all my shirts. That's my most important advice to you.

+1 on the higher collar. You have a swan's neck, like me. Try a collar with a 2" collar band.

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In for the fun


There is a caption in a Flusser book "[person xy, don't remember who it was] looking like he wore nothing unusual." He's wearing six or seven patterns in that picture. That's what you're doing here as well.
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