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Originally Posted by Romain View Post

Still CBD :
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dig those pleats n cuffs
and the tie-collar looks good.
side from the funky vogue it looks nice
post #14402 of 78722
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post


Tits, my wife gives your socks the thumbs up.

Try saying this sentence out loud.






Reflect then, on what the internets has done to you.
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Today:

 

 

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Edited by VictorSF - 10/4/11 at 4:41am
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Suit, shirt and tie - BB
Cufflinks - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Shoes - New & Lingwood

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The now-famous Crusty Crouch (thank you, Dig)

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Yesterday
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Yesterday was a car wreck Banis, you must know that. Nice jacket and shirt though.
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Little experiment here... I was thinking about the reception our young friend with the grey suit, black shirt and horrible tie got recently, and wondering if it was ever possible to do something with a dark shirt that worked. Perhaps not trying to be quite so 'formal'. Well, this is what I tried. I'd normally wear a subtly-striped or gridded white shirt with this Paul Smith cord suit (whose colour is much better represented in the first shot) and this old solid dark brown shirt (from Coles) is not one I wear much at all these days - I don't like cutaway collars, or the colour - but it serves a purpose in this test. The tie (from a Swedish company, Atlas Design) isn't in any way a perfect solution, and I think it may be impossible to get this look right. A friend suggested a knitted red or rust coloured tie but I think that would be too much in the same colour area. (Other small details: the cufflinks are vintage 1950s copper ones (manufacturer unknown), the pocket square is a silkscreened cotton print from Japan, and the coat is a vintage West Country Tweed from Dunn's, which I wear a lot at this time of year).

 

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Come on guys. This shit is hard on the eyes so early.
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Could not for the life of me get a good full length shot. Sorry bout that.
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

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Little experiment here... I was thinking about the reception our young friend with the grey suit, black shirt and horrible tie got recently, and wondering if it was ever possible to do something with a dark shirt that worked. Perhaps not trying to be quite so 'formal'. Well, this is what I tried. I'd normally wear a subtly-striped or gridded white shirt with this Paul Smith cord suit (whose colour is much better represented in the first shot) and this old solid dark brown shirt (from Coles) is not one I wear much at all these days - I don't like cutaway collars, or the colour - but it serves a purpose in this test. The tie (from a Swedish company, Atlas Design) isn't in any way a perfect solution, and I think it may be impossible to get this look right. A friend suggested a knitted red or rust coloured tie but I think that would be too much in the same colour area. (Other small details: the cufflinks are vintage 1950s copper ones (manufacturer unknown), the pocket square is a silkscreened cotton print from Japan, and the coat is a vintage West Country Tweed from Dunn's, which I wear a lot at this time of year).

 

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You're probably a nice guy, so, sorry. Burn everything. And then shoot the tie just to make sure.

Just to prove I don't know what I'm talking about:

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Edited by acridsheep - 10/4/11 at 7:09am
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post

Come on guys. This shit is hard on the eyes so early.

 

Sorry! tounge.gif But, since I don't have to be CBD, I can play with colour and non-formal suits etc. a bit more than some here... although I know some think such play should be restrained.
 

Oh, and acridsheep, I think the shirt may well never be seen by human eyes again, maybe the tie too. As I said, just a test. (But I like the suit).

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Spoo- That didn't get awful until the pants showed up.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Try saying this sentence out loud.
Reflect then, on what the internets has done to you.

The drift from my subtle breeze has set another ship asail from port.
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WADR, it's not that you're not CBD. It's that it all looks horrible, individually and (especially) together.
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Spoo- That didn't get awful until the pants showed up.

laugh.gif I see it too. Didn't realize the jacket had so much of a green/yellow cast until I saw it against these donkeys.
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