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post #2131 of 7024
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+1

Manton, what color is the shirt?

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Shirt is pink and white butcher stripe.

I can confirm this.



/gomestar's contribution.
post #2132 of 7024
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BB Peals by C & J. I don't know the last.

It should be written inside the shoe, something like 240
post #2133 of 7024
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Monday: Navy glen plaid suit, grey check shirt, olive/black tie, pink ps



Tuesday: Charcoal herringbone suit, large check sky blue shirt, navy tie



Weds: Grey/blue nailhead suit, blue shirt, burgundy grenadine:



Thurs: Light/medium grey nailhead suit, blue check shirt, blue oxford weave tie:


I'm relatively new 'round these parts, but, sir, well done!

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Unseasonably warm and sunny day Friday wear...

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CBD? OK probably not, but aspects of it (small-scale birdseye suit, solid square, acceptably ubiquitous her-meez, button cuff shirt) are conservative enough to warrant a cross-post. And I did do a little bit of work while wearing it before escaping to enjoy a walk and afternoon tea in the sunshine...

I don't love the tie pattern, but the overall look is

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More Conservative Dress. TGIF.


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I'll second Manton's CBD-based objection to the shoes, but support the tie. I'd also support the shoes in a non-CBD context.

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Me likes.
post #2134 of 7024
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That looks great, Manton. Conservative and subversively* luxe.


*I don't know if 'luxurious' is a component of CBD or not.

+1. I like everything about this.
post #2135 of 7024
I just can't decide whether this shirting is CBD:



The effect is a light grey, though the pattern is really a white and black woven. And a bit of context, though the pattern got lost in the iphone pic:



What do you think? Cheers.
post #2136 of 7024
The effect is so small, hardly anyone will notice. I like those shirts; they have a nice dry hand to them.
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What does a CBD adherent wear on the weekend?--ConservativeCasualDress?
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post #2138 of 7024
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Deets on the socks? Those are fantastic!
post #2139 of 7024
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Deets on the socks? Those are fantastic!

Pantherella from the big Sierra Trading Post sale.
post #2140 of 7024
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Needs
post #2141 of 7024
New tie, RLPL 'seven fold', rigged for a wedding but you guys consider it CBD so what the heck...
post #2142 of 7024
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post


New tie, RLPL 'seven fold', rigged for a wedding but you guys consider it CBD so what the heck...

Damn, SG. That's near perfect in my book. I like the shirt collar a lot.
post #2143 of 7024
Manton there is a crease in your actual captoes. Your shoes are a size big or the last does not work for you.
post #2144 of 7024
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New tie, RLPL 'seven fold', rigged for a wedding but you guys consider it CBD so what the heck...

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I like the shirt collar a lot.



Who's the shirt maker? I certainly doesn't seem like something from a RL store
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The most unfortunate thing about the room's disrepair is that the building looks like this on the outside:

1. The courtrooms on the sixth floor are quite nice.

2. I would still rather be there than the CJC.
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