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Originally Posted by Jan_ View Post
The color of your tie is really great with your suit. Like that very much.

Cheers Jan_!


Smokin' with the Mirror People

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Originally Posted by oldog/oldtrix View Post
To match the dots in my hanky:

Also, they're a safety feature. I leave home before daybreak; and, as I stride along the boulevard, the headlights of approaching vehicles pick out the flash at my ankles.

next level ish ...

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The blue competition's this week, right?

Diavolo would be proud. i almost fell asleep ... lol.
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Apart from the colours that seem to spring from some chemical-driven dreams, this is great.
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... Not all of us can go to work in bright blue pants with an orange paisley ties and matching orange belt with a green tweed SC with little fuzzy things stuck in our lapel holes....
True, but as stated before, there are always two sides to the medal
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Very nice and would even have better with a tattersal checked shirt.
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Great fabric on that suit, but i suggest the jacket´s waist to be taken in a bit more.
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Great fit on the sc!
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Originally Posted by spitfirees20 View Post
... This tie is phenomenal.
Handwoven in Scotland, at least the lable says so.
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Originally Posted by Jan_ View Post
As I said before, your more tame approaches are fine. ...
Non applicable to yesterday´s post, but you may consent to this one:
post #32944 of 37075
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Originally Posted by spoozy View Post



True, but as stated before, there are always two sides to the medal




Spoozy - No offense meant, and hopefully none taken, I dig your style, I just couldn't pull it off at my work! Also - is that PS wool?
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Spoozy - No offense meant, and hopefully none taken, I dig your style, I just couldn't pull it off at my work! Also - is that PS wool?
No offense taken, rest assured I perfectly understand that there are limitations to clothing liberties in some branches, albeit not in mine. Thanx god, I must say. And yes, that ps is made from wool
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I really like your color choices, especially purple, my personal favorite. It appears to me that you always put a lot of thought into it. I don't get the opportunity to dress up much given my place of work which is very laid back, but I am inspired to dust off some of my fancy duds. Keep up the good work!
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gregaz your fits are always so crisp and clean. Really great.

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^Yes - OD I am glad you started posting again.

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+1.
Nice.

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Very.

Thx, fellas.

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Originally Posted by 0b5cur1ty View Post

^Love the shoes. Are they black suede? Ever since Bmulford posted a pair of black suede shoes a few years back I've always wanted some, but never found the "right" ones.

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Very nice. I could wear variations of this everyday and be satisfied. Your shirt collars is really nice. New acquisitions (relatively) since you stopped posting regularly?
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Big A,
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Very nice boots

Care to share the name of the maker?
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Originally Posted by ndw View Post
Very nice. I could wear variations of this everyday and be satisfied. Your shirt collars is really nice. New acquisitions (relatively) since you stopped posting regularly?

Cheers. Nothing is new per se - just trying to wear this suit more.
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Career Fair!
Went with euro trim.


Note: Pen was in outer pocket because I needed it handy for writing notes at the engineering fair.
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Originally Posted by Sauro View Post
Career Fair! Went with euro trim.
That jacket seems way too tight in the waist. The pants also seem a little tight, and the shirt collar is a mess. With all of that being said, I bet you looked better than 99% of the people present at the fair.
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^ Looks great, Rob.

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Originally Posted by PandArts View Post
I like this combo very much. A navy knit is one of the holes in my tie rotation that I really want to fill. And tho I prefer slightly narrower lapels on me I love that suit!

Thanks!
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