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Originally Posted by The Louche View Post
Love this tie. Confirms my own predilection for wearing knit ties year round, often with otherwise business formal outfits and often with horizontal stripes.

I have heard people advance the thought that knits are both F/W only and S/S only. I wear them year round.

Mike
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Originally Posted by The Louche View Post
Love this tie. Confirms my own predilection for wearing knit ties year round, often with otherwise business formal outfits and often with horizontal stripes.

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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
I have heard people advance the thought that knits are both F/W only and S/S only. I wear them year round.

Mike

HAHA!!! See ignorance (on my part that is) is bliss

Cheers Lauche! I only own two knits at the moment: this one, which was an x-mas gift and a solid grey vintage one that I inherited from my father. I love the texture of knits and hope to own more someday
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Originally Posted by PandArts View Post
It's The End Of The World As We Know It...



Dont know how i missed this PA. Good thing Louche requoted it. When i saw it i thought you had me on ignore ... lol.

This is very awesome. The blue shirt complements the green/blue tie very well. And the suit is a nice shade of gray too. Doesnt look like anything like your H&M stuff. Who makes the suit?

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
Having fun experimenting:

Not bad C. I'd tuck the laces into the sides of the shoes (at least thats what i do typically to make it look cleaner, especially if the laces are a contrasting color from the shoes). I think the sizing of the jeans are fine ... not too big and not too skinny.

Now roll thru the streets of Babylon with swagger ... lol.

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It's a great coat you should wear it more

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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post
Niidawg, great tie/jacket combo. What are the shoes?

thanks guys. the shoes are Earlhams by CT
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Originally Posted by tshaw View Post
Hi, TB - the post on polishing shoes I mentioned is post #205952 from Fashion Camelion on October 28/2010...Sorry I didn't get to before now, but was not feeling good the last couple of days...
Thanks, Tom. Hope you're feeling better.

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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
Hmm - i dont know your tailors so i probably shouldnt question them ... but a collar gap is not that hard to fix.
I guess I'll go back and try again. I have nothing to lose by my gaps.

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
I have this issue a lot with RTW and MTM as well. I have knocked-knees and no ass so I get horseshoe shaped ripples in the back of my thighs.


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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
I love the way the blue pounces out from the camel jacket.

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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
It seems WAYWRN has become WCWNT (What Can We Nitpick Today).
Take it as a compliment, Mike. Bad fits get very general comments like "That ain't working." Great fits get very specific comments like...well, like the ones you get.
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Pretty in Pink


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Take it as a compliment, Mike. Bad fits get very general comments like "That ain't working." Great fits get very specific comments like...well, like the ones you get.

Oh, I am not offended in any way, TB. I rather enjoy the examination of the minute aspects of fits. Like I said before, I can only get that kind of stuff here. In the real world people see a brown suit and shiny shoes. I was just making a joke, anyway.

Mike
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
Dont know how i missed this PA. Good thing Louche requoted it. When i saw it i thought you had me on ignore ... lol.

This is very awesome. The blue shirt complements the green/blue tie very well. And the suit is a nice shade of gray too. Doesnt look like anything like your H&M stuff. Who makes the suit?


LOL Naw dawg never have you on the ignore I just happen to post a lot right before or after someone's stunning ensambe

Cheers! I again waffled between this tie and my blue pin dot Dior tie. In the end I went with this one because I liked the cool splash of colour and well it's new

As for the suit?





It's H&M But it's their higher end 100% Venalba 120s made in Italy (the fabric that is). I got it about 4 years ago. It has a small tear in the left elbow which I have yet to get repaired so I took it out of rotation for a while with the plan to get it mended, which I plan to do in the coming weeks.
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Back from our cruise to the Mexican Riviera... awesome time.

Nice. When I go to the "riviera" of some war-torn third world country I will make sure to post pictures.

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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post
Phat,

that face doesn't flatter those glasses.

Fixed it for you
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Originally Posted by yfyf View Post





Good to see that even gods fail sometimes: the socks ain´t matching with the trousers. But that is failing on the highest level possible.

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Originally Posted by TTO View Post
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Spoozy, love your home made bows, do you line them? If so, with what, I have a few I made, but they are either too floppy, or a pain to turn right side out after sewing...if you have any tips please do share them...PM me if you want!

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Well, sometimes i do...it really depends on the fabric. The thicker it gets, the more unlikely i put lining into it. The ones that i have made are from heavier cloth, so don´t need no lining.
To prevent the bow ends from falling inwards, i always use some extra-fabric left of where the two halfs are stitched together...if you then turn the bow inside up, this leftover kind of "fills" the inside of the bow....know what i am meaning?
If not, check this one out: http://gescott14.blogspot.com/2008/0...n-bowties.html

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
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PS was silk.

Yes, i thought so...i only suggested you could replaced it with a woolen / cashmere one
Nevermind...

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Big things Thursday :
A special thank you to Tom at LeatherSoul for hooking up the Gazianos!

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Damn Spoo, this is a God-Zilla look. Which makes me look even more embarassing...

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^ I really like that tie spoozy! Is that the narrow blade peaking out from behind or is just a crease?
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happy new year to everyone!

I haven´t been posting for quite the time (a year i guess). had to learn and do a lot: i passed my state examination with quite a very good mark, so now i can call myself a physician officially! this is what i wore during my oral examination ("practical" bed side testing the first day, then theoretical examination on the second day). yes i changed the shirt, it was wet after day 1

please excuse the crappy pics, we were in a hurry. the bar has been raised in this thread don´t know if i can compete (as if i had in the past! );
some regulars are gone (phat guido?vox?barims?etc.), others are new... anything happened last year?





yes, it looks rumpled, it was AFTER day 2
yes, suspenders. a good choice, because i had to move a lot during day 1, it was quite comfortable.

greetings,

t

shoes: c&j connaught
trousers: golden goose loro piana (thrifted)
jacket: bespoke ... (thrifted!)
shirt: zara or something similiar on both days
suspenders: noname (gifted)
tie: woven wool tie, unsigned (thrifted)
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Originally Posted by PandArts View Post
^ I really like that tie spoozy! Is that the narrow blade peaking out from behind or is just a crease?

Cheers, Pandarts...that´s a narrow blade, the tie is rather skinny (which will get the boys started )
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Photos getting better. The full shot is still a bit noisy, but this may be the best I can do with my poor little camera and my poor little photography skills.

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Originally Posted by yfyf View Post


So woolly ... Love the outfit ... the shoes are really nice, yfyf!

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Originally Posted by binge View Post
Early morning fog.

Bingey, nice outfit ... great pattern matching on the jacket. Bespoke?

I like the chinos (except for their length). I hope you are wearing boots.

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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post
Photos getting better. The full shot is still a bit noisy, but this may be the best I can do with my poor little camera and my poor little photography skills.


Nice photo O ... the perspective is good. Nice colors on the outfit as well (the contrast collar looks great) ... and to add to your last comment, I like your slightly narrow TNSIL look -- it suits you.
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operations overcoat
NM scarf
Saks gloves
Malo sweater
Kiton pant
BJ belt
Brioni socks
Kiton loafers
Prada cologne
Patek watch
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