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All is bought second hand in Sweden: Jacket $ 64,waistcoat $ 7, trousers $ 8, shirt $ 7, tie $ 7. Total outfit for 93 USD. But the bag is new $ 700.

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All is second hand. Bought in Sweden for less than 95 USD. (Except the bag)Ingemar 2012-02-21.JPG

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I am wearing formal clothes excerpt for the all star converse sneakers.lol

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After a short respite out of town (Philadelphia, the Land of Luftvier, to see the new Barnes Foundation), Monday morning strikes again.

Suit - BB Fitzgerald
Shirt & Tie - BB
Cufflinks - Burberry
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC

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Just a gray suit.

And it looks outstanding. Nice.
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First pair of monk straps! Definitely gunning for double monks though.

And make sure to get a grenadine tie, too, because God forbid any part of you doesn't look 100% "dressed by the Internet". biggrin.gif
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Feeling bright...
 

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A question here: what is the fascination with four in hand tie knots? Tailoring is done within a millimeter, belts not being fitted to belt loops is chastised, breaks on shoes is hypercritical, etc., etc. but a crooked four in hand with the narrow blade showing a little seems to be "the look". That low precision knot makes all the other fussing with details seem to be for nothing.

I always thought of 4IH to be the knot of choice for teens bagging groceries. Taught to them by their dad who is forced to wear suit n tie and ties the most expeditious low effort knot possible.
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After a short respite out of town (Philadelphia, the Land of Luftvier, to see the new Barnes Foundation), Monday morning strikes again.
Suit - BB Fitzgerald
Shirt & Tie - BB
Cufflinks - Burberry
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC

I assume you have seen the documentary: The Art of the Steal?
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Ed said:
good god man, that tie!?!?!? Are you trying to look into my subconcious???/"

 

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THE PANTS THAT WOULD NOT DIE

SS in 2012 vs. O/O in 1962, and both in North Carolina:

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Kent Wang MTM charcoal suit
Tindari by Zegna white French cuff shirt
Jolly Roger skull cufflinks
Drakes repp tie
Robert Talbott square
Carmina captoes, Simpson last
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A question here: what is the fascination with four in hand tie knots? Tailoring is done within a millimeter, belts not being fitted to belt loops is chastised, breaks on shoes is hypercritical, etc., etc. but a crooked four in hand with the narrow blade showing a little seems to be "the look". That low precision knot makes all the other fussing with details seem to be for nothing.
I always thought of 4IH to be the knot of choice for teens bagging groceries. Taught to them by their dad who is forced to wear suit n tie and ties the most expeditious low effort knot possible.

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