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post #61 of 66
I only have one and think it's OK as a once-in-a-while look. So, within the narrow scope of yes/no, I vote yes.
post #62 of 66
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Originally Posted by Vintage Gent View Post
I only have one and think it's OK as a once-in-a-while look. So, within the narrow scope of yes/no, I vote yes.


For me ,the shirts on the pictures 1 and 2 are interesting.

It is an elegant and different look than the classic business shirt.

When we 're coming to the more extreme ones ,such as in the RLPL collection , I start finding them aestheticall challenged.
post #63 of 66
I like them. I always get compliments on my RLPL Keatons and PS Phineas Coles in particular... Have a whole bunch of each.
post #64 of 66
I did at one time, but soon realized they're inelegant and lack refinement
post #65 of 66



Re: Balmoral boots and cutaway collars. I like them both!

post #66 of 66

Funny that the french word for suit is "Costume"... It's all a costume, so have fun once in a while! smile.gif

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