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wrong wrist

Mao As I don't think VC makes a left-handed version of this watch, and I can't imagine you've never met a left-hander wearing their standard 'right-handed' watch on their right wrist, I'm not sure what you mean. Should I have simply called on Jean-Luc Picard?
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Thanks, gents. B, what have you been up to? So Cal rotting your brain yet?


SoCal has been fun. Sunny and balmy most every day. Its a counter culture to San Francisco, but has a unique charm.

Still want to arrange a SF meetup sometime for socal folks.
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This used to be my wallpaper back in university. Thanks for bringing back the memories.
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From the weekend

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Great Vacheron.



Awesome


Me today


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Dig.
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Mao As I don't think VC makes a left-handed version of this watch, and I can't imagine you've never met a left-hander wearing their standard 'right-handed' watch on their right wrist, I'm not sure what you mean. Should I have simply called on Jean-Luc Picard?

As a right hander, I find putting on a watch on my right hand to be the world's most difficult task.
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Super

Thank you - I was glad to give this sc one last trip around the track before it gets stored this weekend.
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Me today
- IMO this is a mess
- the full windsor jars with the the shirt collar, the diagonal shirt patterns clashes with the jkt
- the jeans need to be darker
- the shoes are not for jeans.
- it as if you are a news reader that don't need pants but decided to wear shoes?
- Just saying
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Mao As I don't think VC makes a left-handed version of this watch, and I can't imagine you've never met a left-hander wearing their standard 'right-handed' watch on their right wrist, I'm not sure what you mean. Should I have simply called on Jean-Luc Picard?
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As a right hander, I find putting on a watch on my right hand to be the world's most difficult task.
- & trying to read it when the face is rotated not 45 degrees in this case but 18 degrees..
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- IMO this is a mess...

Phat Guido thank you for comment.
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Lufty, looks great on you, glad its in good hands buddy...
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Originally Posted by clarinetplayer View Post
That tie is very bright. But I like it. A bow tie is a winner always. Perhaps a PS with a blue color scheme would balance the tie better? Nice pose with the umbrella.

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Those shoes are the inverse icing on the cake. They make the outfit, IMHO.

Thanks guys. I was in a silly mood this morning, so thought lets go over the top.
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The tweed gods have shined on me - one more this year
BB shetland Brookstweed 3/2 sack
Hanauer wool charcoal pinstripe bow
Hathaway pinpoint bd
BB light flannels
Marcoliani pinstripe otc
AE pebble-grained MacNeils
Lovely tweed - with our weather I think I might have quite a few more tweed days...
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Very spring like - suit looks good in the full shot.
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I like it a lot, especially the propeller bow-tie
Thanks - I don't normally wear solid colour bows, but it makes a change.

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and I forgot the camera, thus only pics taken with the phone :
Officer Style Local Bespoke DB 8/8,
bespoke shirt
7 fold tie by Bulgari
Hankie as PS
By my wife designed cuff-links
Shoes by Curch's but long before Prada


Adrian

I can't really comment on fit from those photos, but the fabric is very nice.
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Nice Trini
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MoK, Tried to get a full shot with the phone in the office, here it is : err a half shot. for what it is.... Adrian
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The winning streak continues.

Much goodness the past 48 hours, but there are a few real stand-outs:

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Wonderful shape to the jacket and nice, simple, combining.

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There is a reason this has already been quoted about ten thousand times. Having said that:

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(Set the fish free.)


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Right out of a movie. In a good way.

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Criticism is welcome. The same has been said of several of my other jackets from Steed, Rubinacci, and Attolini. Any tailor would be challenged with my physique. I've competed in endurance sports for the past 14 years, and this has resulted in sub-5% body fat, a 30" waist, cyclist thights, and a lean upper body. Steed adds bulk/drape to the chest, which further accentuates my narrow waist. Rubinacci adds a bit less to the chest but even more to the shoulders. Attolini is the leanest throughout of the three. I'll post a comparison of all three within the next few weeks. You can be the judge which, if any, works in your view. (I've enjoyed all of them.)

Cheers.
The top half is terrific, but I share the view that this is a little unbalanced top to bottom. Is there really no room to slim the leg of the trouser a little? I think this would improve the look a lot... Perhaps unpleated trousers would make this easier?

P.S. One trouser leg seems to be longer than the other?

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That bow tie brightens up the day all by itself.

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Great combination.
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Thanks to the clocks going forward, end of the day crumple-vision can now be restored:

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