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New goodie from my tailor. Little late in season but where I am this will still be useable for some time... and yeah I forgot to take pics with the tie still on.
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It looks really awesome, especially with the windowpane on it! smile.gif
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And some new (to me) kicks
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Nice shoes. Who is the maker of it?
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New York Big Blue on top of New England, just like last night! (Schott Down Vest, Jcrew Sweater, Ercoles Shirt, Epaulet Chinos and Belt, Alden Cigar LWB)
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SoS, that jacket fits you great. Did you go to a local tailor?

Yeah UC I'm rather blessed. I use a retired Italian who I worked with for a while. He's had over 50 years - and we work well together. If only I had his skill...
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ffffuuuu.gif wish I could import a retired Italian sarto...sigh.
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Shoes are C&J Westbourne. Now what about yours in your most recent post? Very sleek. Very clean.

Thanks. If you don't mind me asking, what's the exact color? I think I'll be getting my new westbournes (in chestnut) next week and those look really nice.

Those black oxfords are from Bexley, model name William. I guess they don't have that specific model anymore. Great beater shoes.
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Lionheart Biker
"Hi Patrick Bateman"

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"Good outfit Mister."

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Citan1145
"nice shoes, suit seems to be a very nice fit"

acridsheep
"Nice."

clarinetplayer
"This is interesting to view. It shows imagination."

Threadbearer
"Great pics. Love the tie. Love the shoes."

EFV

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Thank you gentlemen!!
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Absolutely beautiful.  You should post full-body pics too.

 


Thanks, much appreciated.
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i am utterly bored with my outfits
new ike behar shirt.. thought it was going to be a wider spread, not a forward point collar
and i think the collar points don't like to stay down .. will try wearing them with the magnetic collar stays next time
so i am not sure what to get as my next suit
pinstripe? another glen plaid? some other pattern? keeping my options open but leaning toward a pinstripe

You may be bored with your outfits, but you definitely look very good in them these days, which is a far cry from a couple of months ago.

Why not try a Prince of Wales rather than Glen Urqhart plaid with a medium green or deep red overcheck. Then get an optional waistcoat in the green or red of the overcheck, in a fabric that has a different texture.
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Low on coherence, high on caffeine.

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Somehow, I missed this a few days ago. In my opinion, this is perfection. I love the vertical stripes on the bow tie. The pocket square adds some punch to the overall look. The blue shirt with contrasting collar and double cuff is the perfect match for the camel wool coat--an item sadly absent from my wardrobe. Such good taste. And, I wouldn't mind having a "cuppa".
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If you don't mind me asking, what's the exact color? I think I'll be getting my new westbournes (in chestnut) next week and those look really nice.

Mine are chestnut, too. The challenge now is to find a matching belt.
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And some new (to me) kicks
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Nice shoes. Who is the maker of it?

C&J Westfields

Threadbearer: I can't really disagree about my PS.

Clarinetplayer: You're probably right about the socks, too. My subtly patterned socks aren't really in the right colors for this fit, though. More stuff to buy...
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Suit - BB Regent
Shirt - Dunhill
Tie - Charvet
PS - Robert Talbott
Cufflinks - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Shoes - BB Peals
Overcoat - Joseph Abboud
Scarf - BB
Hat - Selentino

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Yeah UC I'm rather blessed. I use a retired Italian who I worked with for a while. He's had over 50 years - and we work well together. If only I had his skill...

SOS, I like that. The skirt is flaring out, though...not sure if the hips should be let out or the waist. What do you think?
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Really? I have friends who work up at saks and bergdorf who routinely get suits made for about a grand (they paid separately for the materials)

 

maybe they have special magic hookups


And you're sure that those suits are fully bespoke and not just made to measure? There are plenty of 'custom' tailoring places (such as Michael Andrews "Bespoke") that are really just MTM. Although... I believe Mr Ned does do full bespoke for under $1000.
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SOS, I like that. The skirt is flaring out, though...not sure if the hips should be let out or the waist. What do you think?

Thanks for the feedback B. This is the second pattern he's cut. The skirt has to be taken in, not the waist out. There's a few tweaks to this jacket to be done yet, but he's on holidays for the next month, so I'm just wearing it for the time being. Unfortunately some of it comes from having been an athlete for 18 years...
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The shirt (Taylor Stitch) is pink.

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First of all, thanks for thumbs up last time I post, guys

 

Now, a little bit cold, but the sun is here and calls for hot colours (under de overcoat, there's a dark blue herringbone jacket)

 

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Cheers

 

Vic

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