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post #181 of 204
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post






Love the suit...Beautiful but why,why the peak lapels ? I can't stand them on SB suitsbaldy[1].gif

post #182 of 204
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post

Very much so! Does anyone know what store this is and the brand of shoes in the first and third pic? Thanks.

Absolutely love these
post #183 of 204
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Originally Posted by DKSnider View Post

Who makes this? When I saw it I was smitten like a man possessed - or more accurately a man wanting to possess.

Huntsman.
post #184 of 204
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Originally Posted by DKSnider View Post

Who makes this? When I saw it I was smitten like a man possessed - or more accurately a man wanting to possess.

Was it the infamousDarren Beaman?
post #185 of 204
I realize this is a bump, but grey is a fantastic color, particularly in lighter shades. I'm a fan of the look described in the solids threads (solids that aren't actually quite solid) and grey pulls this off better than anything else IMO. Almost any decent grey fabric actually has some interesting pattern to it. Also
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Probably the sexiest thing I've seen on SF thusfar. And I normally don't go for higher gorges like this. Yowza.
post #186 of 204
Grey on grey...

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post #187 of 204
I think Butler's gray outfit in the What Are You Wearing Now thread is one the the best I've seen on SF. The above suit originally posted by Patrick Booth is sick and the peak lapels really distinguish it from every other dark gray suit seen on these pages. Well done Sir!
post #188 of 204
What are your thoughts of wearing snuff or chocolate brown suede with charcoal grey in the fall?
post #189 of 204
You mean chocolate suede shoes? Yeah that's a great combo.
post #190 of 204

I'm working on my gray pants and brown shoes game.

 

Which of these is working?

 

#1 (really light grey chinos and Meermin snuff suede)

 

 

#2


#3

 

#4

post #191 of 204

Brown shoe game (cont)

 

#4 alternate view (have been balking at this one because the gray has a lot of black in it)

 

 

 

#5 (no brainer?)

 

#6

post #192 of 204
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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

You mean chocolate suede shoes? Yeah that's a great combo.

Yes, chocolate suede or snuff suede.
post #193 of 204
What a great thread. biggrin.gif
post #194 of 204
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post






Damn this look!! I wish i can just turn up to work one day like this, and the whole office will be like OMFG! (especially the ladies) but working in a non suit environment i guess it will never happen. But sticking to the topic I admire guys who can pull grey (especially Lt. Grey off). I guess i don't have the broad shoulders to pull a classic suit like this off.

 

post #195 of 204
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Originally Posted by Ebonyman View Post

I think Butler's gray outfit in the What Are You Wearing Now thread is one the the best I've seen on SF. The above suit originally posted by Patrick Booth is sick and the peak lapels really distinguish it from every other dark gray suit seen on these pages. Well done Sir!


I guess it belongs in this thread as well - so x post bigstar[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Butler View Post

Steven Hitchcock SB, Harrison Saltire Cashmere windowpane . Turnbull &Asser shirt with detached collar from Budd. Rubinacci tie, John Lobb St James's nubuck bigstar[1].gif





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