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Really like your style.

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Italian Made to measure (for some one else) By 'Sidi' in Loro Piana & co Cashmere and wool
beautifully soft and warm and always a shock to find thrifted clothes to fit my 6'4" frame, £10!
needs the sleeves letting down.
Cashmere hounds tooth sports coat, needs the sleeves taken up.
navy wide wale cords
navy turtleneck lambswool sweater
13 hour shift with three staff not showing up...Knackered!
AlanC...WIN
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New to the site, so thought I'd have a go.... maybe not as smart as some of the other posts, but hopefully people might find the palette interesting.



I know a member who'd love your color palette. He gets banned a lot, though; then he starts over under a new username. As you're new here, you probably wouldn't know about such things. Welcome!
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It's cold in Toronto. Period. And I feel like luxuriating. Insults...opinions, comments, observations, criticisms, suggestions, ideas--all welcome! It's cold in Toronto. Period. And I feel like luxuriating. Insults...opinions, comments, observations, criticisms, suggestions, ideas--all welcome!
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New to the site, so thought I'd have a go.... maybe not as smart as some of the other posts, but hopefully people might find the palette interesting.




Sup Bris
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I know a member who'd love your color palette. He gets banned a lot, though; then he starts over under a new username. As you're new here, you probably wouldn't know about such things. Welcome!

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Sup Bris

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It's cold in Toronto. Period. And I feel like luxuriating.
Insults...opinions, comments, observations, criticisms, suggestions, ideas--all welcome!

It's cold in Toronto. Period. And I feel like luxuriating.
Insults...opinions, comments, observations, criticisms, suggestions, ideas--all welcome!










I am troubled by every aspect of your outfit. Is the jacket blue or black? If black, it clashes with the pants and overcoat. If blue, it doesn't work with the pants. How long are your pants? I fear much too long.

The overcoat is . . .
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It's cold in Toronto. Period. And I feel like luxuriating.
Insults...opinions, comments, observations, criticisms, suggestions, ideas--all welcome!

It's cold in Toronto. Period. And I feel like luxuriating.
Insults...opinions, comments, observations, criticisms, suggestions, ideas--all welcome!




This has a sort of KitonBrioni type vibe too it
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This has a sort of KitonBrioni type vibe too it
I feel it, too.
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If we could look as good in clothing like you...

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Nice, Ist.

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Oh yes!!!!!!!

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That's just a great shot.


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What I find stunning about this palette is that it's completely unexpected (it would have never crossed my mind to combine these colors and elements) and yet works extremely well.

Thank you very much!!!
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IST the small checks of both your shirt and jacket seem to be flying in the face of style logic but, perhaps because they are both great colours, somehow they end up complimenting each other rather than jarring. Excellent combination.
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Office Christmas party tonight.

Vintage Polo blue flannel windowpane suit.
Panta unlined cashmere tie.

I forgot to pull up my pants.

Have a wonderful night.

Mike


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^If people don't like the hat they can feel free to say so. But a website, and a poster, which seems to be focused on classic men's clothing cannot deny that the fedora is the classic way to deal with inclement/cold weather. I understand they are not fashionable. Again, fine. But they are classic. And due to my advanced years, I am follically challenged, and hats keep my head warm. Perhaps I should simply wear NFL team sock caps. I have no ill will toward you, and I certainly admire your taste in clothes. You have a tendency on the forum to be rude and dismissive. If you want to be that way don't be surprised if someone objects.
Well, technically speaking, the soft felt hat is the classic way. The fedora is just a type of soft felt hat that has only been around for about a hundred years, where archaeologists think that soft felt hats and sandals are the first forms of clothing humans came up with. Of course, previous eras have had their styles too, and I don't see a tricorn or the wide brimmed slouch popular in the 19th century working in a modern setting, so on second thought, fedora is fair.
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MB nice look. Best dressed at the party, I bet. Today: cold, rainy, gloomy.
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Rev went in ... damn!!!
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This has a sort of KitonBrioni type vibe too it
Yes, I wonder what cologne he's wearing with this ensemble. (no disrespect KB)

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This is a decidedly better look than the hunting gear fit
Love that tie.

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Great jacket, Moo - deets?
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