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Sunday Xmas shopping
Zegna milano herringbone sportcoat
kiton white, tan, blue striped shirt
cashmere vneck sweater
new dark denim jeans (these are gonna take some time to break in....)
brown suede tods boots


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I have the exact same chair, Manton. 6 actually, in my dining room. 40's?
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I have the exact same chair, Manton. 6 actually, in my dining room. 40's?

Belonged to my grandparents, I really don't know when they were purchased.
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Sunday Xmas shopping
Zegna milano herringbone sportcoat
kiton white, tan, blue striped shirt
cashmere vneck sweater
new dark denim jeans (these are gonna take some time to break in....)
brown suede tods boots


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Nice.

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The first fit I have seen from you Manton where you don't look 9 feet tall. Looks great.

Mike
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Manton, that jacket is fantastic. Who made it?
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Manton, that jacket is fantastic. Who made it?

My A&S guy. Same guy who made the overcoat.
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I have to join the praise for Maton's jacket! Wonderful!
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I like the boldness of the pants. You pulled it off. I'm always too self-conscious to put them on.
Deets on the tie?
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This is one of the best jackets I've seen you post. Fit, fabric, proportions... all really nice. Some actual light in your photos makes a difference, too. I feel the trousers seem a little loose compared to the jacket, but there are limits to what can be done with anyone's build and your tall and thin frame will always make even very slim trousers seem a bit loose. I struggle in the opposite way, with rather podgy thighs and hips.... oh well... Keep the photos coming!
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Bleachboy, can I just ask who the trousers are by? they are a great shade similar to a Gant pair I saw, but they weren't flat front. I think they work perfectly with the Knit.
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Lovely Manton.
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Bleachboy, I like! But let me ask you: where are you going today? I like the look, but I can't imagine a context for it.... If you're staying home, why the tie? And if you're going somewhere requiring a tie, how do you pass with the pants? Not to ruin the mood, but do tell...
PS: if the answer is that you're going nowhere but are dressing up for its own sake, power to you! Nothing like playing dress up on a cold, snowy day!

You got it, dressing up for its own sake! My nieces and nephews are over today. I made them blueberry pancakes and now we're watching Despicable Me and eating popcorn. So yeah, this is just an outfit for fun.


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I like the boldness of the pants. You pulled it off. I'm always too self-conscious to put them on.
Deets on the tie?

Thank you! Tie is Brooks Brothers.


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Bleachboy, can I just ask who the trousers are by? they are a great shade similar to a Gant pair I saw, but they weren't flat front. I think they work perfectly with the Knit.

The red cords are by Tom Ford. You can get them well under $100, or you could for a while anyway. They are really soft and comfortable, 5-pocket jean-style.
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This is one of the best jackets I've seen you post. Fit, fabric, proportions... all really nice. Some actual light in your photos makes a difference, too.

I feel the trousers seem a little loose compared to the jacket, but there are limits to what can be done with anyone's build and your tall and thin frame will always make even very slim trousers seem a bit loose. I struggle in the opposite way, with rather podgy thighs and hips.... oh well...

Keep the photos coming!

Well stated, HF
+1 on al points
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