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Must learn to use multi quote button.........


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Sorry for the crappy pix, but Mrs. Spoo bounced on me. Anyway, all blue everything.
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Love that tie Spoo.
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Originally Posted by Philip1978 View Post
Love that tie Spoo.

+1. Tell us about the tie, Spoo.
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
A wonderful suit, Crusty. The tie...well, not my taste. Still, props for the WFO approach.

Mike

Thanks, Mike. The suit is New & Lingwood, bought Nov. 2009 - I saw it in the window and had to have it. The braces are also N & L, though I've had them for at least 12 years. The tie is my latest indulgence from Charvet, via Bergdorf's, and I understand perfectly your aversion to it - I like Charvet, but the ties tend to visually overtake every outfit with which they are worn.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Sorry for the crappy pix, but Mrs. Spoo bounced on me. Anyway, all blue everything.

Beautiful. I must to learn this tie knots. How you do it?
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Beautiful. I must to learn this tie knots. How you do it?

Double wrap it and from the top stick your finger or something in it until it's fairly tight, then squeeze the bottom and finish tightening it. With some practice you can dictate how deep of a dimple it is and the tilt of the knot.
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Miserable, awful rainy day in New Orleans. As such, I was forced onto the porch. Sorry about the pics, I did the best I could in the lighting and short distance conditions.

BLUE CHALLENGE!!!

I think I had some sprezz left over from last week that snuck out. My collar pin/tie bar is only Sterling Silver though....I don't roll as deep as Graeme.

Anyway, have a great day and try to stay dry/warm.

Mike






End of day all wrinkled shot with alternative shoes for teh haterz.........

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Those boots are badass. Tell us more...
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Miserable, awful rainy day in New Orleans. As such, I was forced onto the porch. Sorry about the pics, I did the best I could in the lighting and short distance conditions.

BLUE CHALLENGE!!!

I think I had some sprezz left over from last week that snuck out. My collar pin/tie bar is only Sterling Silver though....I don't roll as deep as Graeme.

Anyway, have a great day and try to stay dry/warm.

Mike

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Mostly like it though I think chocolate brown or black shoes would be much better.
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Blue challenge, da ba dee da ba dai...



Full disclosure: this is yesterday's fit, held over for the challenge. Fridays are difficult days for me to wear challenge-worthy fits because my office is so casual.
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Nice job, HF. That is some serious blue working.....
Thanks!
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... Mrs. Spoo bounced on me.
Break something when doing so, did she?
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Miserable, awful rainy day in New Orleans.
I think a white (or white/blue patterned) shirt would have lifted this a lot, esp. on a dark day. A solid blue shirt with everything else blue can make the look seem a bit "murky". A lighter shade solid blue would have worked too. (black shoes would have rocked, too)
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Blue challenge, da ba dee da ba dai...
The blue-man pic is awesome. You're going to get a vote from me just for that. (good suit too)
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the p/s and tie are a great duet!! i think you have to find a way to get a full shot, because this has the potential to look great.

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Mostly like it though I think chocolate brown or black shoes would be much better.

i actually like the color of the shoes (maybe not the styling). i think the color takes it away from conservative dress to panache, which is right in line with the other sprezz on display. very nice choice.

Orgetorix - not a fan today. Something about the suit makes it look dated. Cant put my finger on it.

Upr_Crust - thats a lot going on.

NOBD - not boring, but not enough oomph for the challenge. maybe i have extremely high (too high?) expectations of your challenge outfits ... lol.
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Those boots are badass. Tell us more...

TBNY. Bought them at Saks years ago...

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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
Mostly like it though I think chocolate brown or black shoes would be much better.

Well, black would have been safe. This is the Challenge, and I like to hang it out on Challenge day.

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

I think a white (or white/blue patterned) shirt would have lifted this a lot, esp. on a dark day. A solid blue shirt with everything else blue can make the look seem a bit "murky". A lighter shade solid blue would have worked too.

(black shoes would have rocked, too)


I had three shirts out. Blue and white gingham, dark blue and white striped and this. I chose this because I wanted a monochrome look. The gingham was too busy IMHO and the stripes were the same grade as the stripes in the suit. Although it does not come over well in the photos, the shirt is the identical color to the stripe in the suit. It was a natural choice. The shoes, see above.

Mike
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i actually like the color of the shoes (maybe not the styling). i think the color takes it away from conservative dress to panache, which is right in line with the other sprezz on display. very nice choice.

Well, just my personal opinion but if the shirt was white, then the color would feel less imbalanced. Blue shirt and it just feels like there's too much attention to the boots, which isn't always a bad thing... but the striped nature of the suit sorta makes me not like it in this case. Mostly just nitpicking.
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
Well, just my personal opinion but if the shirt was white, then the color would feel less imbalanced. Blue shirt and it just feels like there's too much attention to the boots, which isn't always a bad thing... but the striped nature of the suit sorta makes me not like it in this case. Mostly just nitpicking.

Keep in mind that everything is somewhat dark in the photos. The boots are much more in the light than the top half. IRL, the suit and shirt are much more vibrant and the contrast is less intense between the items. I wish it had been a nice day today, the pics would have shown things much better.

Mike
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
I had three shirts out. Blue and white gingham, dark blue and white striped and this. I chose this because I wanted a monochrome look...
The trouble in my eyes is that "a monochrome look" doesn't go with the colour of those boots, for the reason aeglus gives. From the range you mentioned, I think the gingham shirt and black shoes would have been a better balance, assuming all the other items remain the same.
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
Well, just my personal opinion but if the shirt was white, then the color would feel less imbalanced. Blue shirt and it just feels like there's too much attention to the boots, which isn't always a bad thing... but the striped nature of the suit sorta makes me not like it in this case. Mostly just nitpicking.
Yes, that's exactly what I see too. And yes it's nitpicking, but where would we be on SF without that.
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