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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post

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

do you know what I'm talking about? (Click to show)



sorry to derail with this rather CM/MC discussion


EDIT: whoa, @penanceroyaltea, that is awesome.

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Originally Posted by Malistril View Post

much better
Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

verr nice

thanks, doods!
Originally Posted by penanceroyaltea View Post

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

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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tee-oh-jay willycheesesteak special

gap tee

strike gold jeans

zeemon gats

post #114754 of 117668
Originally Posted by a bag of it View Post

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.


Haha, yeah. I think it's pretty funny.


Everyone thinks they're dressed up when they wear a suit and their penny's. I see a LOT of it.

I like the look to be honest. I'd love a pair of tan penny's for navy suits/trousers.

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SVB I know you love epaulet but the pants never look great. you'd look so much better in a slimmer pant.
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nice one as usual penanceroyaltea! different colours from your usual stuff but just as great.
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I feel like I may always love these boots. Time will tell.

Paul Smith "Lenny" boots. Just arrived today.

Rag and Bone cords.
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lookin cooool and chillaxed, parker. cool.gif
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*terrible phone pics redacted!*
Edited by noob in 89 - 3/28/14 at 2:45pm
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1. just noticed the new kicks. they look awesome, great kop!

2. those pants (steven alan?), are they meant to be creased but you removed it or they are meant to be uncreased casual flannel pants? i have been looking for a cool pair of flannel SWD type pants meant to be worn creaseless. i thought maybe EG would have, but i have not had much luck finding any. dont need til F/W14, but id like to be prepared. any ideas?
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how do you like the bauhaus shape? been thinking of a leather one (or a stooges).
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^^Well, I guess that's OK, too...
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KG is that turtleneck sized up?

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