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ndw: Howard Yount linen.
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NOBD & Nii - knocked it out of the park fellas! Well done.

ThinWhiteDuke Not feeling that jacket or the PS here. I like the rest of the 'fit very much...although, I wonder how well the shirt pattern flows into the pant pattern...
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I am far from an expert, but I prefer a darker wash, and it may just be the way he is standing, but they look a little full in the leg.

lighter washed jeans are not bad. they provide a contrast especially with navy or gray jackets. its just that it is easier to screw up with lighter wash jeans than with the dark washes.

still hunting for my go-to light wash jeans.
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The morning mist burnt through to a nice spring day:





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SPRING CHALLENGE




Have a great weekend.....
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^interesting
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The morning mist burnt through to a nice spring day:

Great shot, MoK. Great fit too.
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100% great. Love all aspects of this fit, esp. the shoe choice.
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At your best, you are on equal footing as O/O when it comes to colors and patterns. This is you at your best. That said, though I think it's been discussed before, many of your jackets seem long. I have a hunch it is the camera angling.
Whatever it is, it seems unlikely to change anytime soon. However, I will say this, even I thought it was a touch excessive with the dark grey windowpane odd jacket today when I saw the photos and will probably rotate that particular jacket out at some point over this year. I'm probably going to get a new dark grey casual suit for next autumn, with a pattern that I can wear either as an odd jacket or a full suit. Once I get that, the jacket I wore today will be sold. (/hears cheers in the background!) And thank you for the o/o comparison. BTW, your Aldens today are probably the first pair of Aldens I've seen that I can see myself wearing. Very nice indeed.
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This is you at your best, I think. Chilled-out, but smart with it. Brave of you to post it in the CBD thread too, though.
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A similar look to Mike's, though executed with a different cut/details. I like this one too.
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Have a great weekend....
Would like this more with brown instead of baby blue shoes/belt. A good weekend to you too!
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The morning mist burnt through to a nice spring day:



Looks like your suit jacket's pocket are tired from not getting enough sleep, they looked lazy. With all respect, cool picture sir.
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Looks like your suit jacket's pocket are tired from not getting enough sleep, they looked lazy. With all respect, cool picture sir.

I have to agree...each piece is fantastic...especially that tie However, something about the slanted pocket / single button combo creates the illusion of a bulge in the stomach area. That said, it could just be the stance...I LOVE every single piece.

LilacCords You got some sartorial ballz about ye. Somehow, it works for you here.....until you get to your feet...especially the shoes.
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SPRING CHALLENGE




Have a great weekend.....

This is like the bro version of Spoozy.




(teasing b/c of the first shot, LilacCords)
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This is you at your best, I think. Chilled-out, but smart with it.

Brave of you to post it in the CBD thread too, though.

Thanks, HF. That's a kind description.

I don't have many opportunities to post in that thread, and I wanted to sneak in a spring look with suede shoes...
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Mike's quote, "These pants came hemmed to a proper length, and I have not decided if I should leave well enough alone, or cuff. " Funny you should say that, I was thinking, "What no cuffs on Mike's pants!" My tailor kind of discouraged cuffs saying they can make one seem shorter and squattier. I am 5'10" with a slenderish build so I don't think that isn't much of an issue for me, but I feel it depends on the particular trousers/slacks for me. I like yours the way they are, also love the shoes.
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ndw: Howard Yount linen.

Thanks... Very nice.

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The morning mist burnt through to a nice spring day:



^Beautiful photo. Love the color palette. Especially the tie.

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Have a great weekend.....

^That's big pimpin.
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I dont really agree with the idea that cuffs make someone look shorter. They certainly improve the look a 'light break' creates and makes the pant seem finished to me.
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