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Spoon, throw that tie in da box smile.gif
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Casual Friday again - felt like using some color. There was a bit of discussion recently on using a jacket as the lightest element of an outfit... Does this apply? If so, does it work?
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Couple of days left before going back home... Today it was cloudy though...

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Mystery of the disappearing pocket flap...

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Great shoes, what are they?
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I really like the fit of the jacket.

Thanks. I've learned that Brooks has had some weird sizing variances through the years.

Pre-90s Brooks is cut smaller. I have coats and suits sized 38-40 that fit me perfectly in the shoulders.

90s Brooks is cut roomy, wide, and long. My coats from that era have to be sized 36 S or R to fit right, otherwise the shoulders are a bit too big.

Recent Brooks is cut slimmer than 90s Brooks, though not as small as pre-90s Brooks, so a 38R is almost always the right choice (some exceptions).
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love the fabric

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yes there are - I was asking Malford of London


It's a Zegna for Dunhill Wool / Cashmere mix birdseye.
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Great shoes, what are they?

Those are EG for RL ("Grant")
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lufty, jfc, please don't do that again.

spoo, I think your brown coat would look better with lighter pants, more of a mid gray,

TTO, while every piece is good in itself, I think the shirt and tie patterns don't work together.
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Yesterday. There was a white pocket square, but it disappeared. Suit is a navy Chan.

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I'm rarely if ever in a suit, but when I am, this is what it looks like.

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lufty, jfc, please don't do that again.

Fair. I had a camel coat on originally before I realized it was 75 plus 75% humidity. Grabbed a coat on my way out the door. Shoulda gone navy blazer instead. Cest la vie.
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sorry to interrupt, but I don't know where to post this--hopefully someone will tell me.

IS there someone in the UK who can proxy for me? Meaning receive a package on my behalf and then forward it to me, to my address in Canada? I'll cover all costs by paypal to you beforehand, of course...plus a service fee for you if you chooose smile.gif

Thank you!
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UC - To my jaded eye the more subtle your compositions are the more outstanding they appear.

Superb stuff. worship2.gif
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Casual Friday again - felt like using some color. There was a bit of discussion recently on using a jacket as the lightest element of an outfit... Does this apply? If so, does it work? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Courting two SF issues! Navy odd trousers and a lighter sport coat.

I like, but then I still suck at this. Where'd you get the SC?
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SC is from Land's End a couple of years ago. Pants are the first pair I ever made and IRL I would say they are a good couple of shades away from Navy and towards Royal.
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