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[center]Rainy Windy day in the A



Sweet, Nii, sweet. BTW, I was visiting a dental specialist last week, and he was wearing a bow tie. Somehow, I found that strangely reassuring.
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Crappy Blackberry photo Wendsday:





Drake's
TM Lewin
Brooks brothers
Loake 1880 (not pictured)
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Lovin' the Barker Black Archdales...
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I would ditch the tie. It doesn't work well with that outfit... ...Even if you had a more casual tie, that tie knot isn't appropriate at all.

Agreed
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Visiting my Tailor today...



Most-interesting lapels, Inc.
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Looks to be a bit tight in the chest, but DAMN that's a good plaid.



Thanks, Luft.

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Very nice suit. Great!

Thanks, Spoozy. I liked your more sedate look as well.

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Visiting my Tailor today...




And a SF approved 'Robo' shot...


Yeah, good stuff. Killer lapels.

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[b][center][font="Century Gothic"][size="3"]Getting to warm for OTC socks..



You always look tight, PG. Another great effort.

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Thanks Mike - And MAJOR difference in the non-iPhone shots. Looks great.



Thanks man. The only thing I don't like about the camera I am using is that it really adds weight. For some reason the iPhone does not. That is one of the reasons I stuck with it for so long. But, fuck it...I want better shots and shots that are more representative of the fit....looking fat or not.
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At least I didn't need an Umbrella today!




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Woah. You're gonna think I've DTO'd you, but I wore a very similar out fit to this yesterday which I'm hoping to put in this week's tweed challenge!
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Noice. What are those great shoes?
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At least I didn't need an Umbrella today!
I didn't like the shirt and tie combo at first, but the more I looked at it, the more I liked it.
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Visiting my Tailor today...

Nice lapel roll. I do think SB suits you better than DB, since you prefer being unbuttoned.

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You're probably the most interestingly dressed man in England. And I mean that as a compliment.

Hmm...

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Great colours, and fit looks good too. Nice.

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Jacket looks good. Put it in your "definitely keep" pile as you begin the task of sorting through your wardrobe.




No fit pic from me today; too casual and you wouldn't want to see it, believe me. However, I will give you a shoe pic, since I want to terrify you all with my choice of footwear today...

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A cool fall day here in LA. Shoes are Paraboot, pants are Barbera moleskins, shirt is Lands' End, the sweater vest and tie (navy blue cashmere and burgundy wool, respectively) have no labels, the jacket's an old Brooks Brothers and the hat is a Cuffley Cap.
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Noice. What are those great shoes?


Stuart McGuire longwings. They were deadstock. Not sure how old, but I like them. They are not quite as cherry as this pic makes them seem, but they are brighter than a classic cordovan.

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Jacket looks good. Put it in your "definitely keep" pile as you begin the task of sorting through your wardrobe.


Thanks HF.

Mike
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I like this look. I wish I could pull it off but I get hot way too easily and would be miserable wearing that many layers.
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Monday's travel clothes - which, I just realised, are remarkably similar to What I Am Wearing Right Now:

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