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Originally Posted by tesuquegolfer View Post
Like the SC but the pockets seem to have a mind of their own!
I was hoping no one would notice.
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Originally Posted by ctp120 View Post
Brown in town today, and cotton seersucker at that.
I don't like the look of this solid seersucker. I'm a seersucker traditionalist. Though I think a navy solid could look nice.
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Originally Posted by tshaw View Post
'avoirdupois' - never hear that term before and used sooo elegantly!! Thanks, Crusty Needless to say, I had to look it up!!
I've been known to accidentally widen people's vocabulary - sometimes even with words one could use in polite company [quote=Marshall Anthony;4404138]
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post
The Fit and details have both improved alot! Kudos sir... great combination with the shirt tie on the grey.
The suit photographed grey, but is actually a light (and cool) shade of brown - glad that you like in any event.
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This really looked best with my black and white longwing specs...but the boss is in the office and I don't feel like hearing the "costume" comments today..... ]
I didn't see your fit until I came home this evening (Web blocking software at my employer being what it is), but, as much as black/white spectator longwings are "costume", I think that with today's fit, you're 100% correct - they would look right.
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Impressive placing of the head, king Crust (not sure how that sounds in English).
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UpperCrust: I just noticed the cuff links. "Noble"
The placement of my head in today's photo was entirely accidental, and only royal or noble appellation usually linked to my name is "queen". , but thanks for the thoughts, at least.
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No doubt about it; miles better. Congratulations on the ongoing weight loss. A much cooler/more overcast day, so I'm having to bring the bright colours and flowers myself:
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Good fit, Señor Crust. Cheers on the slimming.
Thanks gentlemen. HF, excellent fit today, and may your phrase "ongoing weight loss" be true, as I've done something most untoward with my AmEx at Paul Stuart - a POW black/white glen plaid suit, to replace its 20-year-old predecessor. As it's Paul Stuart's more slender model (and it fit, oddly enough), I was mesmerized into purchasing it - it's to be ready May 10th - photos will be taken very shortly thereafter. SB, muchas gracias.
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AS, I must admit that your "Branding" tickles me (on the fence is my favourite). I will read various threads looking for your "seals". Bravo. Incidentally, nice clothes.

Clint
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Thanks all around for the feedback. I'm surprised this inspired so much interest, and especially surprised by the "never seen something like that before" comments. The contrast between white shirt and brown coat is a bit stronger than it comes across in this pic, where the yellow lighting casts a creamy tone on the shirt. To be perfectly honest, I don't think I'll ever wear this tie with this coat again either. There's definitely some formal/informal incongruity there, and it's also a little narrower than I like these days. Pants were flat-front and cream/off-white linen, fwiw.
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I love cotton khaki for the summer, but it's not so easy to pair up with.

Trying this out with china blue shirt and gold tie to bring upsome colour. Thoughts?

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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post
I rather like the smile. It adds something that even the best of fits cannot.

PM acecow... I think his bag would suit you well.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post
At first, I thought you were having a laugh, but are you seriously serious? A navy tote with orange straps is "mad feminine"? But it's okay if he's gay? Perhaps cronictroll would be a better name...

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cronicmole-PM acecow... I think his bag would suit you well.

You really need to get over the bag and move on - you should see what I see when attending the local Farmers' markets....you would think we are all gay there, esp. in these times of everyone going 'green'.....
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The placement of my head in today's photo was entirely accidental, and only royal or noble appellation usually linked to my name is "queen". , but thanks for the thoughts, at least.

Crusty - Hail to your 'Highness' Wanna watch THE Wedding together???
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The placement of my head in today's photo was entirely accidental, and only royal or noble appellation usually linked to my name is "queen". , but thanks for the thoughts, at least.




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Originally Posted by Thin White Duke View Post
I love cotton khaki for the summer, but it's not so easy to pair up with.

Trying this out with china blue shirt and gold tie to bring upsome colour. Thoughts?

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I'd pair the jacket with more casual trousers (cotton or linen) and a simple plain summer tie (or sans); suits the jacket better and give it a more relaxed look. Can't really see the shoes, but they look a bit heavy and wintery.
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You are not Mafoofan, sorry. I don't think you can refer to yourself in the third person yet with a "stamp"
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You are not Mafoofan, sorry. I don't think you can refer to yourself in the third person yet with a "stamp"
He could have written "I like everything except the boutonniere" but this is more interesting; is it not? EDIT: Haven't see Manofkent in a while. I can only assume this guy got him.
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You are not Mafoofan, sorry. I don't think you can refer to yourself in the third person yet with a "stamp"

Technically, I am referring to myself in the third animal.
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