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Originally Posted by spoozy View Post
And what does this ooze? A step back on the sartorial stairway to heaven? Or does it get SF-approved?

I think it's too much, Spoozy. Shirt and jacket would've been too much. You add the tie, the PS, the vest and the scarft and it just feels like too much. In other observations - the coat fits you nicely in the waist, but the shoulders seem to be a bit much. Do you live in Mannheim or Frankfurt?
post #31097 of 37075
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Originally Posted by gregaz View Post
Do you live in Mannheim or Frankfurt?

Spoozy, dont say Darmstadt or Heidelberg, whatever you do....
post #31098 of 37075
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Originally Posted by RJE View Post
Someotherstyle You love those ties. Do you think we'll see you in a strongly patterned jacket/suit some day?
http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=30822 The close-up shot: solid-ish (non-brown) tie with that much else going on - you could always try to make the tie textured/chunky I suppose, if you wanted more variety.

Unforunately my business tends to be a little more conservative, and I don't often go much bolder because of this. That being said, I have a few things in the works I should receive over the next 6 months - year that will round out some bolder outfits.





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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Is ths RLBL? You have some issues around the buttoning point/waist of this jacket.
Mike

I'm wondering if it's that his shoulders are sloped a bit. This is what my jackets do on my right side on account of my slightly lower right shoulder.
post #31100 of 37075
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Originally Posted by Sazerac View Post
What kind of briefcase is that? Looks great.

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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
I don't mind.

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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post
Nice SC, Nii. That the Garrison?

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Originally Posted by EBugatti View Post
Awesome!

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Originally Posted by ndw View Post
Nice and soft. I love the tie with the brown pindot PS.

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Originally Posted by spoozy View Post
Nice job

thanks guys - murse is by BB and jacket is indeed a Garrison by PRL, although EFW'd.

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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post
...

who makes the suit UC? was it discussed previously in a thread i missed?

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A word of advice: If you like being felt up, start showing your Wang's. Women can't keep their hands off 'em.

ftfy
post #31101 of 37075
I love charity shops! Shirt - brand new Charles Tyrwhitt, still in plastic wrapper - 7 pounds. Belt RL Polo, bought in Singapore 2 for 1 so guess it was about 25 pounds (+/-). Trousers are Brooks Brothers linen/cotton mix, 10pounds from the same charity shop as above, way too big, waist reduced and legs slimmed which was about 200 HKD. Shoes are some sort of Loake. Picked them up for about 12 quid in a Charity shop when I was at university in the North of England 10 years ago. Still holding up strong, god know how old they were before I got them, (sorry for the rather crap photos).



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Originally Posted by PaoloM View Post
The point of this is to really just show off the shoulder expression.



It's an unlined cashmere DB with Loro Piana ZENIT Cashmere.

Off-topic, perhaps, but that's a really nice tie.
post #31103 of 37075
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Originally Posted by RJE View Post
Flix http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...0731&page=1035 Please pass on my regards to Wooster http://s58.radikal.ru/i162/0909/0a/9af22fa5ea6b.jpg (as you’re new, I assure you this is not meant in a mean spirit!) Your first combination – the colours and patterns of the shirt/suit/tie/pocket square - was nice. You’ve worn this suit for your two posts in WAYWRN. Do you have another suit – what colour/pattern? As suggested, the shoes may be worth reconsidering (although I know people who have worn Lloyd's for many years - a bit stiff, but very decent, I think they say. Perhaps as with Church's, not quite as bad as some say).
Thanks. I posted two times with pictures in this thread. In each post a different suit. First combination was blue with blue and too big: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...12#post4024912 The second combination was a dark gray suit with a blue/red/white shirt / tie combination: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...02#post4032402 Both suits are striped very light. One is dark blue, the other one dark gray. I also have a plain black suit. Which unfortunately is too big now, too. And it's black - so I can't really wear it to work. Maybe just the trousers or jacket, but I guess not together. I bought it but luckily never got the chance to wear it (luckily no funeral since I bought the suit). I will try to alter the shirt a little in the sleeve's length. Maybe a button narrower would help a little. The trousers got altered before. You really think it needs to be shorter than that? Shoes: Well... I will try to get a nice pair of 'Van Bommel's' when I visit soer the next days. If they fit nicely, of course. I have to try because I need some inlets in my shoes... Waist: It's hard to narrow it more than this because my belly wants to breath a little. But maybe it is possible. Today no suit; I'm having a normal office day. We're allowed to wear what we like in the office - no dress code at all. (And.. what is it about this Wooster?)
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Originally Posted by IronRock View Post
I love charity shops! Shirt - brand new Charles Tyrwhitt, still in plastic wrapper - 7 pounds. Belt RL Polo, bought in Singapore 2 for 1 so guess it was about 25 pounds (+/-). Trousers are Brooks Brothers linen/cotton mix, 10pounds from the same charity shop as above, way too big, waist reduced and legs slimmed which was about 200 HKD. Shoes are some sort of Loake. Picked them up for about 12 quid in a Charity shop when I was at university in the North of England 10 years ago. Still holding up strong, god know how old they were before I got them, (sorry for the rather crap photos).




Nice, clean look in my newbie opinion.
post #31105 of 37075
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Great looking tie. Is it from Drakes?

-LR
post #31106 of 37075
budget friday

i wont have time for this tomorrow so ill get it in early.

this is my first post in this thread and my first entrance in a friday challenge so be gentle folks, i know the sleeves need to be shortened and the shoes may not be sf approved but here goes

sorry if the pics arent great my wife got annoyed with this craziness

suit - pal zileri at the rack $340

shirt - bb on-line sale $50

tie - zegna at the rack $40



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Originally Posted by Threadbearer View Post
Nice tie TB.

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Originally Posted by ndw View Post
That is some serious layering, and those kicks are meant for the snow. No salt damage on those guys

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Originally Posted by Stoppy View Post
Nice shoes.

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thanks guys - murse is by BB and jacket is indeed a Garrison by PRL, although EFW'd.
who makes the suit UC? was it discussed previously in a thread i missed?
I knew it was a Garrison! Looks good. My suit was an eBay find that needed some major surgery: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=213453

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budget friday
Good deal on that suit.
post #31108 of 37075
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Originally Posted by someotherstyle View Post

I LOVE This Jacket!! You play off that conservative style very well. wow man you always take great photography. When I first came here I thought you took your pictures off a Nordstrom's catalog or something. lol

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Originally Posted by Stoppy View Post
I love DB jacket, but I like them warn with a tie.

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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post
That's a beautiful jacket I love the patch pockets. I was there a few weeks ago! I love that place.


This suit still need some work, but its my only navy one for now.



post #31109 of 37075
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Originally Posted by flix View Post
Shoes: Well... I will try to get a nice pair of 'Van Bommel's' when I visit soer the next days. If they fit nicely, of course. I have to try because I need some inlets in my shoes...

Van Bommel was only a suggestion. Many upper scale shoe shops have sales currently (at least in Berlin Kurfuerstendamm do I see many of them) of around 50%, so for the same money you'd get something better than the van Bommel. And invest the EUR 20-35 for shoe trees (wood, not plastic), ask them to give you those that fit the shoes you buy.
(And don't be surprised if they feel at bit stiff in the beginning, this will change after three days of wearing or less.)
post #31110 of 37075
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Originally Posted by gregaz View Post
I think it's too much, Spoozy. Shirt and jacket would've been too much. You add the tie, the PS, the vest and the scarft and it just feels like too much. In other observations - the coat fits you nicely in the waist, but the shoulders seem to be a bit much. Do you live in Mannheim or Frankfurt?

Damn it
Thx for the note on that fit...funny thing is, the shoulders are even narrower than those of some of my other sc´s...must be the angle, i guess.
I partially live in Düsseldorf and Wiesbaden (you might know that city, there´s a big army flight base just round the corner...

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Spoozy, dont say Darmstadt or Heidelberg, whatever you do....

Nope, i won´t...this is forbidden territory.
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