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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post
The jacket fit is not bad, but you need to tuck that pocket square down and tuck your shirt in. Actually, get rid of one or the other altogether - the shirt and PS aren't working with each other. Pictures taken in natural light without a flash will also look better--the colors will show up better without the glare.
Thank you for advice,I'm always tucking shirt in,i'm in shorts in that photo i was checking if this outfit will work for going out later,i was afraid that they may not work good together,i think about wearing whether white or less vibrant shirt,may be white with navy stripes.
post #1817 of 78722
Get your Shirt in your trou, don't let it hang Outside.
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Originally Posted by spoozy View Post
Cheers, Ace.

Up for some mediteranian cruise:

Very casually Elegant and sporty in a refined chic way! Looks great, very fresh!
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I see that there aren't many postings here lately. That is such a pity. Although I didn't have an occasion to wear a jacket lately, I still made some fit pictures over the weekend after getting a new mirror and a new phone. These are more SW&D style, so feel free to ignore them if they are boring.

Shopping and errands during the day:



Great fits. All off the rack with a little adjusting or do you take it all to a tailor? It helps to be in great shape.
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Mike

Comfy done classically. This will never go out of style. Spot on.
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post
Main issues I see are the sleeve torquing and the collar, which could be a bit higher and tighter around the neck. Looks good, otherwise!



Always such a Gent.
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acecow,

liking them yellow pants!
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Where'd you get those socks? I got mine at Dillards for 70% off but I can't remember who makes them, maybe Cremieux.



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Always such a Gent.
Thank you, Tib. Consider the multi-quote function.
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Where'd you get those socks? I got mine at Dillards for 70% off but I can't remember who makes them, maybe Cremieux. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Yep, me too. They're Daniel Cremieux.
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from March ;-p kicks: AE Cliftons, Canali winter weight, tie: Tommy Hilfiger, shirt MTM ModernTailor, jacket: G-Star Star raw
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one from today as well shirt: moderntailor, kicks: AE Cliftons, pants: Canali, tie, Ralph Lauren
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Great fits. All off the rack with a little adjusting or do you take it all to a tailor? It helps to be in great shape.
Thank you. Shirts are all MTM, but pants and polos are OTR. Pants were mostly taken in the waist and shortened. Nothing major. Why are you holding my dog in your avatar?
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acecow, liking them yellow pants!
I do too. Thanks!
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one from today as well shirt: moderntailor, kicks: AE Cliftons, pants: Canali, tie, Ralph Lauren
Your shirts fit very well. I'm not sure if it's the camera angle (you always use weird angles), but the bottom of the pants is too wide compared to the rest of the fit. I think they need to be tapered.
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Originally Posted by JohnnyCrockett View Post
By the same token, when it become warm enough to wear linen in the city, no one in his right mind would wear jeans (assuming one has the option not to).

Outside of the sweltering climes, denim is a year-round option. Not CBD, but there's nothing inherently incongruous about pairing denim and linen, especially when the cloths are on the lighter and heavier (respectively) ends of the spectrum.
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A balmy 26°C in London today
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