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post #3931 of 4722
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Originally Posted by Frigiliana View Post



My first Nigel Cabourn item the Donegal Army Jacket love it. Shoes are Joseph Cheaney and the rest is Massimo Dutti .

 

 

Now that is how a gentleman should dress! Well done...

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Thanks seer for your generous comment
post #3933 of 4722

Looks fabulous, elegant and effortless.  

post #3934 of 4722
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My first Nigel Cabourn item the Donegal Army Jacket love it. Shoes are Joseph Cheaney and the rest is Massimo Dutti .


Lovely jacket and sizing looks alright but I think the rest of the fit lets it down.

post #3935 of 4722
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Lovely jacket and sizing looks alright but I think the rest of the fit lets it down.


Lets what down? It is an excellent look for casual wear, and for an older gentleman. I'm 60 years old, so perhaps it is a generational thing. But like Jon P said: Looks fabulous, elegant and effortless.

 

I couldn't agree more!

post #3936 of 4722

I like how he is dressed too. I wish I could dress like him when I get older.

post #3937 of 4722
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Originally Posted by Jon p View Post

Looks fabulous, elegant and effortless.  

Great look - love the slanted chest pocket detail and nice to see the wearing of the Nigel Cabourn pin badge

I'm also pleased to see someone likes mirror polishing the toes of their Cheaneys as much as me
post #3938 of 4722
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I like how he is dressed too. I wish I could dress like him when I get older.


You certainly can. Actually I like to see young people dress with the style of Frigiliana (old school is the new original). And it doesn't have to cost that much. In my avatar I'm wearing a Pendleton hounds-tooth sport coat (made in the US) , a Johnston of Elgin scarf and a B-Wear Spitfire cap (with Bills Khakis, Gitman Shirt, W/Chippewa Cap Toe Boots). You can find some great new old stock on e-bay at great prices if you search around.     

 

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Edited by seer - 2/24/14 at 10:49am
post #3939 of 4722

I suppose that I can dress the same way, but I won't look as good as you do because I don't have yet wisdom that you have gained with experiences. 

post #3940 of 4722
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I suppose that I can dress the same way, but I won't look as good as you do because I don't have yet wisdom that you have gained with experiences. 


Well just hang around this forum. You will get some great ideas. And as time goes buy your taste and style will mature. 

post #3941 of 4722

Thank you sir. I try.

post #3942 of 4722
Less of the older gentlemen I'm only 25 (hard life) joking coming up to 60 . I'm a bit late to the party as regards style not to mention Nigel Cabourn clothes but I'm learning with the help of this great forum . I'm hoping to add a Cabourn shirt and sweater in the future , thanks all who took the trouble to reply .
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Originally Posted by Frigiliana View Post

Less of the older gentlemen I'm only 25 (hard life) joking coming up to 60 . I'm a bit late to the party as regards style not to mention Nigel Cabourn clothes but I'm learning with the help of this great forum . I'm hoping to add a Cabourn shirt and sweater in the future , thanks all who took the trouble to reply .


Considering that you are late to party as regards to style you have some good instincts. Of course you are from my generation, so you have memories of how men once dressed.

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Thank you sir. I try.


Keep trying...


Edited by seer - 2/26/14 at 7:54am
post #3945 of 4722
Who bought the size 54 cameraman jacket from superdenim?!

I'll buy it from you if you don't want it once you get it.


Also, I've got a Cabourn Odell jacket in a 54 that I'm probably going to sell. It has two broken "ladders" and I don't have the patience to track down replacements.
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