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believe me, I do not advocate anyone actually following LA standards for fashion

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zedong crushing it as usual.
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believe me, I do not advocate anyone actually following LA standards for fashion
was not aware LA had fashion standards
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Stanley, I had a smile on me watching your fit, until I got to the shoes. Not to beat on a dead horse but, as snowman said, you could be killing it. I myself think that would look great with just some nice black lace ups.

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Was colder than I thought it was going to be yesterday so I ended up layering up.

 

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Oscar Hunt
John Smedley
Kamakura
Acne
Crockett and Jones.
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moar high contrast. hopefully more appealing than yesterday.





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much better

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Sunglasses are Ray Ban Clubmasters

 

I really like those loafers, and they are probably too casual for a suit by SF standards (though certainly not by real-life LA standards, but that's another story). snuff suede double monks sounds really tempting though, I have to admit.

 

I'm in New England where Penny Loafers are considered formal. I think Tan leather ones would look good with those shoes, but the suede doesn't quite work.

Snuff suede cap toe double monks look great with navy suits and trousers. I think they look more elegant than suede penny's and they go well with odd trousers as well. There are a few people that have them on the CM WAYRN thread and I'm definitely adding them to my list! Suede double monks are great in general. Navy and Tan/Snuff ones look great. I think GMMCl has some made by meermin which are nice.

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I'm in New England where Penny Loafers are considered formal.

My father has been a senior level sales trader in Boston for years. He wears penny loafers or tassel loafers exclusively when he has to 'dress up' which includes wearing them with the one suit that he owns. Come to think of it, I have never actually seen him wear his suit. I don't know where I got my fashion genes from.
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moar high contrast. hopefully more appealing than yesterday.





close ups and new come at me bro pose (Click to show)





verr nice
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taking a break from EG.  colours as close as i can get from my room  :embar:

 

 

 

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Kaptain sunshine hat (reverse is even cooler), haversack linen blazer, thoroughly denim khaki trousers, vans

La portegna washed canvas "mick" bag.  

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Stanley, I had a smile on me watching your fit, until I got to the shoes. Not to beat on a dead horse but, as snowman said, you could be killing it. I myself think that would look great with just some nice black lace ups.

 

Yeah, on balance that probably would have been the right choice to get SF approval (and just in general). I was going for my black captoes, but then it occured to me I was going to be in a conference room in Santa Monica that overlooks the ocean (which I'd end up staring at half the day) and so based on that, I opted for the suede loafers.

 

Plus -- and not that it makes it right -- but for comparison's sake, opposing counsel was wearing what was clearly a MTM or possibly bespoke shirt with a white contrast collar and contrasting white button cuffs, with the collar undone and his tie in a half-windsor knot with no dimple. based on this being our second in-person meeting, this is his signature look. his suit was neither good nor bad and I didn't notice his shoes. counsel for co-defendants wore a conservative grey suit paired with a white broadcloth dress shirt with a button-down collar and a paisley tie circa 1990s... and Ecco shoes.

 

But of course the best part, sartorially speaking, was when one of the witnesses showed up wearing Gene Hunt boots
 

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sorry to derail with this rather CM/MC discussion

 

EDIT: whoa, @penanceroyaltea, that is awesome.

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much better
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verr nice

thanks, doods!
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taking a break from EG.  colours as close as i can get from my room   Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Kaptain sunshine hat (reverse is even cooler), haversack linen blazer, thoroughly denim khaki trousers, vans



La portegna washed canvas "mick" bag.  



hot damn this is so cool.
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