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Great "man with his dog" pic!!
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As much as you're working the Black Fleece as best as you can, I'm sorry, it's not a cut of clothes suited to anyone, IMHO, save for a midget stick figure, which, for your part, you are happily not.




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love the names of your pics. It's an interesting jacket, but I'd side with Aeglus re: lapel width. Wider lapels are much more flattering on you. Still, I'm all about changing things up, so if you like the one-off DB skinny notch lapels just for fun, well...that's part of dressing up, isn't it?

I try to come up with an appropriate name for those that look at the direct link. And, yes, we share the same attitude regarding this SC.

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Usual suspects looking good.




This angle is much more flattering. The "Keg-Leg" effect is gone. Stick with this!

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Beware the mysterious turkey triangle, many, many cans of PBR have disappeared in that region, never to be seen again..



Rocking SC, Gnat.

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Spring is coming...


Yes. Lovely.

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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
- single PS with alternating colored boarders ( yellow, pink, chocolate & pink)

- other than the notch, looks like you & rooks gurd


Thanks, G.

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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post
Dressing in anticipation of the next bout of snow (arriving late this evening) - today's attire.




You really do go balls to the wall every day, don't you. I applaud your effort.

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This is it for me for a bit... I'll be back with fits in a couple of weeks after holiday, but I'll be watching..
Play nice in the sandbox while I'm away lol



Fitting way to go out. Looks good, enjoy the sun.

Mike
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Lookin' good, gnatty! Cool jacket.

thanks man, thought you might like that one..

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- sheesh, WTF!

I caught that comment, and thought the same thing, ridiculous..

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Originally Posted by EBugatti View Post
Great SC, tie (maker?) and Barker Blacks...

Thanks, IIRC, the tie is from Brooks Brothers or Billy Reid, cannot remember which..

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I understand. This is only the second time I've seen cuff-less pants on the forum that didn't make me throw up.

lol, thanks, I think, glad to oblige.

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Rocking SC, Gnat.



Thanks Mike, missed ya in the Big Easy this week. Some rain Tuesday night huh?
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I understand. This is only the second time I've seen cuff-less pants on the forum that didn't make me throw up.

LOL, I actually think they look good too. Without the weight of the cuff, they realy need to be spot on with the break. My Navy three piece suit is cuffless, went more for a sleek, British look.

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Did these really become a thing among students? I remember them being popular among young adults in NYC in the early 90's, then again in the early aughts during the brief protester-chic fad. Odd to hear they've been adopted by kids so many years later.

I think the digitial camo (the military's new gray urban camo) version would be very SW&D-approved.

YUP, kids were wearing them in all sorts of colors as TB said, about 2 years ago. It was chic for the boys to give theirs to their gf, and the kids (unfortunately) who were either in gangs, or emulated them, wore those colors. I particularly remember a 17 year old 8th grader I had who llived in his black and gold one. He was one tough cookie who had a rough upbringing.

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You could probably find one on ebay.

I'll check. TY.
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Thanks Mike, missed ya in the Big Easy this week. Some rain Tuesday night huh?

Yeah, that was quite a pour. Made my treck over the longest concrete turd in the world such a joy.

Mike
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Today's fit is by request. SO wanted teh velvet. This is actually one of the few pre-SF purchases I still have. It is too long, unfortunately. Still, sometimes you gotta take one for the team.

Mike


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[quote=MBreinin;4032488]Today's fit is by request. SO wanted teh velvet. This is actually one of the few pre-SF purchases I still have. It is too long, unfortunately. Still, sometimes you gotta take one for the team.

Mike

I don't think this is too long - I think the extra length actually balances your broad chest and shoulders quite well.
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Today's fit is by request. SO wanted teh velvet. This is actually one of the few pre-SF purchases I still have. It is too long, unfortunately. Still, sometimes you gotta take one for the team.

Mike


I have no cred here, yet, but I like the fit too. Deets on the trousers?
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Today's fit is by request. SO wanted teh velvet. This is actually one of the few pre-SF purchases I still have. It is too long, unfortunately. Still, sometimes you gotta take one for the team.

Mike

I don't think this is too long - I think the extra length actually balances your broad chest and shoulders quite well.

Thanks. Not super-long, but I would like about a half an inch shorter.

Mike
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I have no cred here, yet, but I like the fit too. Deets on the trousers?

Thanks.

They are a wool mini-houndstooth that I picked up from TJMaxx. They are super soft and were super-cheap. I think they are Geoffrey Beene, IIRC.

Mike
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I have No New Tale To Tell...



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Thanks gents. I'll be wearing woolly ties till it breaks 65 degrees

I wish I had more woolies

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Always cool.

Cheers mate!

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WIN!!
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Thanks. Not super-long, but I would like about a half an inch shorter. Mike
I also don't think that it's too long, Mike. A good look. However, if you "feel" that it's too long, you know you won't be happy. I'm going to try and name some of the many people who's posted in the last 24 hours and I'm feeling. In no particular order: Mike - Love it. Full stop (Period). Spoo - You know! NDW - I really like everything about the fit. Excellent (if my opinion's worth anything). Gnatty - Nice looking SP and I love the tie UC - I'm really impressed with your fits and the action photos. I've not said anything before because I wasn't sure it was appropriate. Mr Crust - Consistently elegant. I've always admired your fits from the "Other" place. Considering you're in IT, you're one of the stars, clothes-wise. Acridsheep - I like the casual look. Something that I would be happy wearing to work. Acecow - Get where you're going. Not really the colour combination i'd rock. However, you're still impressing me. Banis - It would have been nice to see the jacket buttoned, but nice colours and textures. NYR - That's a strong suit and I would definitely rock it. You certainly know how to rock a "power play". Well done. Flix - Sir, I think that you're getting there. With all of the 3 roll 2 and 2 button jackets around, It's kinda unusual to see a true 3 button. Shirt cuffs could be slightly shorter and the younger people here like the no break feature on their trouser length. But well done and thanks for posting. If I've missed anyone, please forgive me. I'm really impressed with level of outfits that I've been seeing recently. I hope that I've not insulted anyone with my observations. Clint
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This is it for me for a bit... I'll be back with fits in a couple of weeks after holiday, but I'll be watching..
Play nice in the sandbox while I'm away lol


I think he knows you're leaving and is wondering if he will make the travelling squad.
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post
Nice scarf. Do you have more like this? I think most people have abandoned more formal silk scarves. It'd look great with evening wear.
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I think this velvet looks great, much better than those fashion-y ones. And the fit is one of the best of your jackets I've seen. Fox fur hat Kent Wang trenchcoat (coming soon) Kent Wang blue gingham shirt SugarCane 1947 jeans Adidas Rod Laver Vintage
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