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^ Thanks for the tip i will do my best next time.
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Killin it. New suit?
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I love the DB. I kind of think a solid navy tie would have made it killer.
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[center][b][font="Century Gothic"][size="3"]Chocolate paisley..
I cant hate on the flower. Looks a little tight at the waist.
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Looks like I woke my pocket square up too early
Nice tie.
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Very nice. Koronya shoes, huh? I always wanted a pair but I never heard back about a RTW line. Were they bespoke?
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Thanks man! No need to include the "no homo" part. I am far too vain to discriminate against admirers based on sexual preference.
Nice simple look today. This made me laugh.
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I like it fullb, but I think you'd benefit from a softer shoulder.
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You get a pass on the felt flower...since you were the original!
That tie makes me rethink my aversion to paisley.
Mike
- maybe not the original but definitely early on the curve & a victim of the resulting Tsunami

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I may be a lone naysayer here...
But the whole rig is a little too monochromatic for my taste. (To each guido his own, clearly.) And, I'm coming to believe that leaving the Bs in BDs UBD looked swell the first 100 times we saw it, but not so much anymore.
- I hear you, but it's just how I have rolled for the last few years now. Less is more rather than "pattern car wrecks" to detract from actual fit & balance.

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I cant hate on the flower. Looks a little tight at the waist.
- more like Phat is getting FAT
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Been a while, midterms + illness though I have been lurking (though I doubt anyone missed me posting...)






Pink BB OCBD, black textured tie, grey herringbone suit
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Love it. This is your best fit (in my book).
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I wish there were a full-body shot. I'm particularly fond of brown/orange shoes-necktie combinations.
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Very nice. Koronya shoes, huh? I always wanted a pair but I never heard back about a RTW line. Were they bespoke?
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thanks! they were given to me as a gift from the maker himself while I trained in his workshop over a year ago
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I am not an expert, but I will tell you what I see.

What really draws my eyes is the quarters, which are very closed, except that open gap below the button. It looks like the jacket that Threadbearer had made that went so wrong.

The shoulders are ok, chest fits. But the lapels are very small and the buttoning point is pretty high

The waist is not fitting properly and it is pulling in back there, which is creating folds below the armpits.

The pants seem to have a low rise, and they are not working with your body type.

It just looks strange, it looks big and then at the same time, small. There is no real waist suppression, but the back is tight around the waist. It is also short, which throws off the balance.

It is just not flattering, man. I think you can do much better.

Mike
I appreciate the lesson today Mike. Cheers my man.

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That tie... DAY-UMMMMM!

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Looks like I woke my pocket square up too early
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I hate finding an inch of snow on the ground, but glad it lets me get some more flannel mileage.

Spoo kills it.... Again! And with a cuff at that
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Niiice.
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finamore shirt hermes tie new&lingwood jacket and pants (yes, I know the could use a pressing) koronya shoes
A lot less break on the trousers, too, to show off those shoes. Dunhill cashmere sportcoat Kent Wang herringbone pink shirt Kent Wang white linen pocket square Kent Wang enamel guilloche cuff links (coming soon) Thick As Thieves trousers First time wearing a lapel flower (it's a real one). Does it look alright? I've recently been buying flowers for the house regularly, so now I have a regular supply of lapel flowers.
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^Kent - I like the flower, but coat needs a little less waist suppression IMO.

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I wish there were a full-body shot. I'm particularly fond of brown/orange shoes-necktie combinations.

Since you asked. Didn't post it because I thought the two pics conveyed the idea.



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thanks! they were given to me as a gift from the maker himself while I trained in his workshop over a year ago

I agree on the comment about shortening the trousers slightly. Did you have a blog about your apprenticeship there? I think I remember reading it. Did you keep up the hobby?
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What I had before getting tempted during my fitting


Picked up new SC (2nd version of my 1B SB P Johnson in navy Loro Piana "The Wave" cloth & tie (black/navy 2 tone silk knit from Drakes




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^^^ That 1B jacket is sweet...ohhh the pick stitching.... And both ties are lovely. Socks look great but I think a different pair of shoes would have really upped the ante.
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Cross-post from CBD thread:



Details of shirt and blazer cloth:

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No spring entry for me today as it's 29 degrees in NY It's also my first casual Friday in the past 15 years or so
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My entry will hardly be "spring-y" today either, and because I had no access to SF (couldn't get access to the website this AM), I'll have to post after work. Did others have access problems to SF from yesterday evening onwards?
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No spring entry for me today as it's 29 degrees in NY
It's also my first casual Friday in the past 15 years or so

We need to talk about those jeans.
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