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I can't believe I watched you tie your shoes
Very neat BV ring btw...
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I can't believe I watched that and analyzed it: why not just reverse the left-over-right the second time and avoid the weird twist?

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Excellent. Secure knot (with a twist)?
You're not stealing my square photo format, are you? (Actually, be my guest.)
And er: Saturation and Contrast -20, please...
- OIC you developed the 1:1 format..
- lighting was terrible & using a P&S, will adjust next time
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nice. deeets on the sneakers?
- Superga..
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- one should would have sufficed
- I had a pair of jeans like that from Helmut Lang's 2nd season (when he was good)
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PS - Gshen's girlfriend
- I see D is getting around..
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please stop stalking MoK.. It is getting very tiresome..
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- cool watch
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love the unpadded shoulders, is that his standard construction or you have to request it? Too bad he doesn't travel
- I say EXERENT
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i dont think hongkong Tailor really have any in-house-style, unlike the Naples and Florentines...
Yes, you do have to ask for that shoulders and request every details, or you may end up with a fusing jacket.
+3
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NVM
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Yes, it was indeed a HK made jacket.
By Peter Lee...

Looks like PL shirt too
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After clicking on kitbritonis link i just realised that if i had that kind of money, but kept my taste in clothes, i could rule the world.
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- OIC you developed the 1:1 format..
- lighting was terrible & using a P&S, will adjust next time

Hehe. Yes, never been used before in the history of photography...!
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Sunday morning stroll. Note no pub in the background for a change at the weekend (admittedly the buildings do belong to the brewery though ).

New lambswool sleeveless-sweater, a birthday gift from my parents. My mother has obviously got over her men can't wear pink views:






Details: Chukkas - Loake Kempton for Charles Tyrwhitt
No Wale Cords - Uniqlo (wish I'd picked up these in other colours, I like the cut)
SC- Brook Taverner/Robert Noble cashmere/wool blend
OCBD - ?
Lambswool Sweater - Edinburgh Wool Mills
Silk scarf - Viyella
PS - Gshen's girlfriend

You are a brave man to wear a pink jumper and a cravat at the same time. I would not try that in certain parts of the Medway towns.

I am guessing you are in Faversham from the brewery clue.

Cords are interesting I thought Uniqlo would only have sizes for emaciated teenagers. Most of the other retailers are not too expensive either. Well done for putting it all together on a High Street budget
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You are a brave man to wear a pink jumper and a cravat at the same time. I would not try that in certain parts of the Medway towns.

I am guessing you are in Faversham from the brewery clue.

Cords are interesting I thought Uniqlo would only have sizes for emaciated teenagers. Most of the other retailers are not too expensive either. Well done for putting it all together on a High Street budget

Cheers - yes Faversham is the last outpost of civilization before you head further along the coast to London

I find Uniqlo fit the larger man quite well - these (and others I've had from them) have a fairly decent rise, and the quality is good for the price. Budget is always an issue - I tend to focus it on shoes and sportcoats as they seem to have the biggest quality difference.
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Uniqlo fits well as long as you aren't very, very tall or fat. Shirts may not have long enough sleeves though.
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Boring suit again, but not so boring tie. Actually a newly bought tie.
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Boring suit again, but not so boring tie.


With those sharp looking lapels, this is no boring suit! Very well done!!!
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Hong Kong for coffee


Taiwan for dinner


Serving alcohol in Taiwan, old versus new


Back in Hong Kong. Bumped into these two gentlemen at the Hong Kong International Airport.


What the heck! Got measured for bespoke.

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Windy day here in Dallas.





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^ I understand that not everyone's a fan of super slim pants, but those are definitely too wide. They don't flatter you at all.
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^ I understand that not everyone's a fan of super slim pants, but those are definitely too wide. They don't flatter you at all.
+1 But the belt's lovely. Mind sharing details, AD? Thanks!
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