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Kappelan - nice worki like the gramps jacket

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Today

well it was a compliment, though just reminded me of something i wouldn't necessarily see as much of this century.

today's pick is even better (would prefer sans bowtie but that's your call not mine redface.gif )
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Later, gators.
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Exotic leather shoe is on my list from now

lovely trouser
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I really like this, better with a DB shawl waistcoat and showy PS
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Yes, and myself undraped on the IRT West Side going downtown is not a sight that I would inflict on my worst enemy.

Well, Fool's Day is just around the corner... Don't lost a golden opportunity: not only will you be undraped, but also you' ll reveal a lot of class!!!

Greetings from BCN,
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If your comment is in reference to me, please note that I dress for me, not for opinions of total strangers (unless those strangers have some insight that I find useful, which is in your case, has never been the case).

Hmm, I would think different seeing to how much time you set aside to photograph and post pics for total strangers on an daily basis.
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upr_crust taking your age into consideration I will jump to the conclusion that you have never heard "ether" by Nas. If so I implore that you do because that is what you just did to NORE
dang son!

OK, but what happened to Nas' career afterward. Jay's? Sit down son. And pull your shoes up.
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No place for that here pal.

What you don't like them, teh bewbs?
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I'd like to request that Crusty take a video of his reaction as he listens to that song! Greatest dis song ever.
+1. My guess is the look would be something like this confused.gif
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+1. My guess is the look would be something like this confused.gif


Or this

 

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This would be the perfect look for a visit to the Nicholas Hoare bookstore on Front Street. (The last "real" bookstore in North America!)


Clearly you have never been to Powell's Books in downtown Portland, OR. Then again I haven't been to Nicholas Hoare. 

 

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Yay.. shitty pictures

 

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I think I get the look you're going for here, and it's eye-catching. For me, the tie you've chosen isn't quite congruent with it though. A knit in the same colour(s) might have pulled it all together better.
 

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Suit and shirt: Zegna
Tie: Brioni
Shoes: JL Chapel


Shame your pics are so difficult to make out, because I think your fits may be good. If you get the chance to take a shot somewhere there's a little more light, it would be interesting to see.

 

 

 

 

 

Our almost unbelievably good stretch of sunny & warm weather marches on...

 

 

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I think I get the look you're going for here, and it's eye-catching. For me, the tie you've chosen isn't quite congruent with it though. A knit in the same colour(s) might have pulled it all together better.




Shame your pics are so difficult to make out, because I think your fits may be good. If you get the chance to take a shot somewhere there's a little more light, it would be interesting to see.





Our almost unbelievably good stretch of sunny & warm weather marches on...

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Details on that tie?
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I think I get the look you're going for here, and it's eye-catching. For me, the tie you've chosen isn't quite congruent with it though. A knit in the same colour(s) might have pulled it all together better.
 


Shame your pics are so difficult to make out, because I think your fits may be good. If you get the chance to take a shot somewhere there's a little more light, it would be interesting to see.

 

 

 

 

 

Our almost unbelievably good stretch of sunny & warm weather marches on...

 

 


Yes a knit tie would have aken it to the next level. I totally agree. why didn't I even consider one shog[1].gif

 

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Today:
coat Mazurczak and Trzaska bespoke
trousers Kazimierz Mystkowski bespoke
shoes Andrea Ventura Firenze
scarf Massimo Dutti

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I think I get the look you're going for here, and it's eye-catching. For me, the tie you've chosen isn't quite congruent with it though. A knit in the same colour(s) might have pulled it all together better.




Shame your pics are so difficult to make out, because I think your fits may be good. If you get the chance to take a shot somewhere there's a little more light, it would be interesting to see.





Our almost unbelievably good stretch of sunny & warm weather marches on...

UJO4W.jpg

Details on that tie?



T&A, but I'm 99% certain I bought it off the B&S forum many years ago.

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Great pictures. Really nice outfit. As a matter of principle, I will withhold my thumb-up because of the gloves in breast pocket. laugh.gif
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Hey, what else could he do. For the coat is sans epaulettes.
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Continuing my exploration of loud ties against sober backgrounds... If this classic paisley pattern was 4" wide it wouldn't work, but I think it does at 3". No idea who the maker is. It's lightweight, silk and made in Italy but the maker's label was cut-out. Shirt is a contrast collar and cuffs thing from Dunhill (but not in the slim fit I would normally favour). Links are official Prefectural Govenment of Toyama Prefecture in Japan (long story). PS is a woven Japanese indigo woman's handkerchief (yes, of course I also wear my wife's underwear...). Same boring Daks suit as last time. It's really about the shirt and tie here.

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