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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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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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Niidawg, great tie/jacket combo. What are the shoes?

thanks guys. the shoes are Earlhams by CT
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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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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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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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I love the way the blue pounces out from the camel jacket.

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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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Phat,

that face doesn't flatter those glasses.

Fixed it for you
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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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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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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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So woolly ... Love the outfit ... the shoes are really nice, yfyf!

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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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Cheers, Pandarts...that´s a narrow blade, the tie is rather skinny (which will get the boys started )

Ah See!? Now I knew there was a reason why I liked it!
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