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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post
@Mike: no one would think twice about the sheen here in Cali. I like how the somber tones of the shirt & tie ground the suit. Excellent choice.

Thanks, Pete.

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My happiness will have to be postponed until this evening - my employer's web filter has blocked your .jpegs! Harumph, harumph . . .



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Originally Posted by PandArts View Post
Subtle and elegant. I really like the tie/shoe interplay!

Thank you sir.

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Finally throwing my business up in here. I'm currently re-tooling my wardrobe...on a budget. So I've yet to get my suit jackets fitted since losing 25lbs. Right now I'm really looking at color combinations that I wouldn't normally go for. More lay people shoot for the matchy-matchy combinations and I've been no different. So I'm looking for feedback on this combination. Also, until I get the three pairs of shoes I've ordered, there will be no need to show what I'm currently wearing to cover up the pigs.

Also, part of the re-tooling process will include PS purchases very soon. This combination screams for one. Thanks in advance gents and apologies for the lack of studio photo quality.

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The tie is your biggest problem here. Way too busy, way too light. Dark tie, close to solid..maybe a little pattern, and this would be vastly improved.

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I love The Sheen. And your fit. The combo is bi-winning.


Winning!!! Just call me Charlie Sheen today.

, Thanks, man.

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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post

Mike - you have significantly upped your suit game ... leaving your shoe game in the dust. Thats an area to probably work on.


I won't argue. Most of my shoes are more of the classic American style that were purchased with the intention of going with my former obsession with Ralph Lauren. With my new move towards Italian stuff, they are lagging behind. Improving this is on the list.

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Excellent. Really like this. I wonder what you have in store for us on Friday, because I'd have said this is pretty feels much your style to me, done optimally.


Thanks, HF. I have worn this suit before, in your Nature Challenge to be precise, and the crickets were out in force. If I knew it would be received so well today, I may have saved it for Friday. As is, Friday will see the return of a favorite for what may be the last hurrah of the season.....

Mike
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I like it.

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Casual today... the white jumper is one of my favourites:

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Apologies for the somewhat dodgy pose...
Slightly more tapered jeans would be better with the shoes, and they're a bit long - maybe cuffing them would work?
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Originally Posted by PandArts View Post
This is my newest suit by Ben Sherman. It's their King's Fit in 36R so not as slim fitting as my H&M suits but still with nice structure and silhouette. It's also a wool/linen blend as opposed to the polyblends of my other suits. I'm still getting used to the way it wears, especially the slightly wider legs in the trou but I think I'd buy more of these.

Here's a slightly better overall shot:
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Looks promising.

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Lifestyle shots - here be carousing and troubleseeking:

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Good to see you posting. That shirt is definitely making a statement
post #36183 of 37070
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Mos def
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Love it!
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Originally Posted by someotherstyle View Post
Good look, SOS. Does anyone else think the vest should be a bit more form-fitting, though?
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Originally Posted by PandArts View Post
The jacket does seem to be more generously cut (calling it baggy would be an exaggeration) than your other suits. Not bad, but if you've got the trim figure, why not take advantage of it? I know I would...
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+1 on the request for the full-length
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The thrift stores here seem to be overfished lately. That, or the game wardens haven't been restocking the pond. I haven't had a good find in a few months. Oh, good look today.
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+1 on too busy tie/shirt combo
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The subdued palette of your fits requires better photography, Ob5cur1ty. It's hard to get a feel for the subtleties of what you're doing (which I suspect are pretty nice). Outdoor pics, maybe?
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Don't love the shirt, but love the vibe. Cheers! *** As I was taking the close-up, I realized that the scale of the PS and tie patterns was a bit too similar, but the boy was already late for school, so...
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
Looks promising.

Cheers!

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post
The jacket does seem to be more generously cut (calling it baggy would be an exaggeration) than your other suits. Not bad, but if you've got the trim figure, why not take advantage of it? I know I would...

Yeah it is a bit fuller but not by much. I'm toying with the idea of having it shaped just a bit. I love a nice slim fit but also like to have the option of fuller cut as well.


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Not sure about the tie/ps combo...patterns seem to clash a bit. I might have gone with a solid tie if keeping the ps or a solid ps if going with the tie.
post #36185 of 37070
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Really, really nice MB. Everything just yells out "quality."
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Great stuff. Is that a new suit for you? It's like the cusp of Winter and Spring.
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Tonight:



Another TTO:

Are you telling us that you went from a daytime 3-piece to a nighttime 3-piece in the course of one day?
post #36188 of 37070
Cross-post from DB thread, and first WAYWRN...

On the hanger:



Full monty...snapped in my associate's office (by my associate, bless his heart):



Chest detail (pardon the rumpled sleeves, I just removed my topcoat, which has a slimmish sleeve):



Shoes:

post #36189 of 37070
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Originally Posted by MrDaniels View Post
Really, really nice MB. Everything just yells out "quality."

Thanks, Mr. D.

Mike
post #36190 of 37070
Looks like a blue tie with a navy suit? If so, select a tie with a classic color combination that compliments navy such as burgundy with some other colors in it like blues and whites, maybe gold or tans.
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
Looks like a blue tie with a navy suit? If so, select a tie with a classic color combination that compliments navy such as burgundy with some other colors in it like blues and whites, maybe gold or tans.

Thanks for the input. As is probably readily apparent based on these pics and pics I've posted in other threads, I wear a solid navy tie with basically everything. I have a few, and love them more than any other ties I own. I've experimented with several different colors and patterns, but this remains my go-to. Just a personal quirk, I guess.
post #36192 of 37070
^+1 Navy tie with navy suit, fine. Blue with navy, not so good. Easy fix tho. Shirt collar looks great. Keep posting.
post #36193 of 37070
A solid navy tie done really well - I've seen other pics of Agnelli doing solid navy suit/solid navy tie, but can't seem to readily find them. Not comparing myself to the master (obv,) just putting that out there, and obviously totally understand why some people don't like it. Again, it's all personal preference.

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Full monty...snapped in my associate's office (by my associate, bless his heart):



Chest detail (pardon the rumpled sleeves, I just removed my topcoat, which has a slimmish sleeve):


Now those are some Don't Fuck With Me Lapels!
post #36195 of 37070
Navy suit, navy tie, with a nice play on texture with the tie...

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