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Stolen yfyf Ringjacket!


Steal me one while you're at it (41L)

Nice look, ducky.
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Kitchen is getter warmer

Kilgour tie?
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Really nice combination!! But don't you think another pocket square wil be a better finishing touch? The red colour really contrasts the overall outfit. But that's my opinion. Maybe you can explain your choice to me, I'm just new on SF, and learning from other people is a good thing.

And what's the brand of that Tie?

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Really nice combination!! But don't you think another pocket square wil be a better finishing touch? The red colour really contrasts the overall outfit. But that's my opinion. Maybe you can explain your choice to me, I'm just new on SF, and learning from other people is a good thing. And what's the brand of that Tie?
My thinking was that the red ground and blue/gold paisley the pocket square contrasted with the tie's yellow ground and navy pattern (the tie is RL Polo, BTW). Well, that was my thinking anyway.
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Ode to NYR...

Tweed pants from Express (I know, I know...), pic taken in company gym.
LL
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The waistcoat is a total win, HF. Provenance?

As for the M3, my wife and I are going down to one car due to the fact that we live in the city and my car is used only occasionally, and I've pushed for an M3. I think the car's performance and road feel outweigh any image issues. Unfortunately for me, my better half will not drive a manual transmission (even with the M double-clutch in "auto" mode).
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Unfortunately for me, my better half will not drive a manual transmission (even with the M double-clutch in "auto" mode).

Sorry that all the fun in driving got taken away from you
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My thinking was that the red ground and blue/gold paisley the pocket square contrasted with the tie's yellow ground and navy pattern (the tie is RL Polo, BTW). Well, that was my thinking anyway.

Thanks for the quick reply!! Maybe the coulours looks better in real, and i didn't notice the blue paisley, excuse. Do like the tie!!
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Sorry that all the fun in driving got taken away from you

I have a saying: If your car has an automatic tranny, it's not driving it's steering.

However, I'll concede that shifting gears in Chicago traffic is a pain. Given that most of our driving is around town, the practicality wins out.
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Hi to all from Ukraine!!! Finally, after 2 years of reading Styleforum, I registered on forum!

Hello.
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Kitchen is getter warmer


That's a beautiful tie, PG.
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Kitchen is getter warmer



As always awesome look!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I'd wager that those buttons are one inch thick.

Lovely tie.
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I think the pocket square "works". It is picking up the gold/yellow of the tie. The red paisley adds a little zest. The dark blue with white collar shirt has that London banker look. Nice.

Happy Thanksgiving.
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