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Congratulations, Spoo-meister, on achieving the five-digit mark for posts - I am sure that you have educated at least as much as you have been educated by your postings, for which I (and I am sure many others) thank you.
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Congrats, Spoomeister and i´m looking forward to your next 10.000 posts :-)

As for your fit: next level shit, as always.

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+1!

The series of Little Spoozy´s "Inspired by..." posts continues...this time: Orgetorix bow...have a great weekend guys!

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The tie from Drake's (via Armoury)? It isss swwwweeeeeeet!(suit rocks too)
I gotta stop having kids so I can buy more shite.
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looking good as always monsieur spoo. congrats 10k. and youre welcome for all i have taught you, you have become the miyagi.

edit: edgware
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As per special request of 16-Ton, a close-up of yesterday's silk scarf from Turnbull & Asser:


Thank you for indulging me. That is a very nice scarf with lovely tassels. You don't see silk scarves like that much anymore.
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I really like those loafers, Crusty.

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I can't think of anything funny or special to commemorate my 10,000th post, so I'm just going to mark it with a thank you to everyone who I have learned so much from. Hopefully, a great fit too for a gorgeous spring day in NY:



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Full requote on this, Spoo. I love this suit. Reminds me of Rob's old T&A.

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I like it Spooz. You have been pulling your elements together much better lately and there is a more cohesive aesthetic going on in your fits as of late. Still out there, but in a good way.

Mike
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Drunk
-TTO
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Good thing you have spent plenty of time in this thread preparing.



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+1 on the choice of shirt - works well with the DB blazer (yes, sleeves need work - you've stipulated so.)

Your mosaic is a handsome piece, but those shoes - if you're a US 9.5/10, don't come to NYC, cuz I will mug you for them - in the patois of the street, I believe that they are da bomb.



Thanks Crusty. And, I see Fred is hard at work proving "Breinin's Styleforum Theorem #1."

Mike
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navy NSM sportcoat, chambray CEGO shirt, my tie, alden cordovan chukkas





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Ole', Motherfuckers!!!

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Ole', Motherfuckers!!!
Love it! Spoo, Great tie. Ed, Killer lapels and shirt collar. You do this as well or better than anyone on the forum. TTO, Tidier beard looks good; makes you appear leaner overall.
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A little more time to play with the camera today. First white jeans appearance of the season.





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+1!

The series of Little Spoozy´s "Inspired by..." posts continues...this time: Orgetorix bow...have a great weekend guys!]

Thanks for the vote of confidence, Spoozy, and I echo Mike's comments in re: your latest fits - better coordinated, but still Spoozy - very kewl . . .

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Thank you for indulging me. That is a very nice scarf with lovely tassels. You don't see silk scarves like that much anymore.

De rien, je vous assure. The scarf was bought by my late husband at T & A in Jermyn St. in 1984, or early 1985, and I've yet to see anything quite so bold from Turnbull since.

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I really like those loafers, Crusty.

The loafers I bought via online from Charles Tyrwhitt, which means that they are probably rebadged Loake, and at the time, they were on heavy discount - I think that I snatched these babies for about $95. The only problem with buying shoes from CT is that they run quite large - their table of equivalents allows for a half-size difference between US and UK sizes, whereas it's really more like a full size difference.
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Spoozy,

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and I echo Mike's comments in re: your latest fits - better coordinated, but still Spoozy - very kewl . . .

+1. Not over-the-top (considering your style), but still lots of quirks to make it your own.
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ctp120, great as usual!
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