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Hope yours turns out better! cheers.gif
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This is smoking hot, love everything here. Were is the shirt from?

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Don't know why I thought you would know this, could be jet lag. This photo on their site is me. Actually my first WAYWRN photo.
Not that I mind.
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I'd guess Ettemadis as all the discussion started when NOBD and JPHardy noticed they both had clothes made from them and JPHardy was even shown in exactly that shirt you'd like to know about on their website.
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This demonstrates excellence on many levels. First of all, as Clapey described, it is about the textures of the coat, the tie, and the shirt. Here is an example of "less is more". The elements are simple, even plain, but together, a sartorial statement is made. The good tailoring makes the fit attractive and comfortable looking. Not in a million years could I ever pull off a sc, tie, and jeans ensemble, but you make it look good and right. The simple pocket square adds the proper finishing touch. Thanks for sharing these pictures; it is good to be reminded of "how to do it right". One does not need to go to extremes in order to show good style.

 

I can't tell you how much I appreciate this.

 

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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

TB, imo clapy has been lucky and has both a better looking shade of skin and hair than the guy you posted.
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True dat. Clapey's probably funnier, too. happy.gif

 

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Clapdude, that was the best outfit you've ever posted. 

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I absolutely love this!

 

Thanks, all these compliments mean more to me than I care to admit.

 

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    EFV
    "Would have loved a straight pose in 1st pic, but the outfit looks great!"


Totally forgot to do the robo pose yesterday, the closest I can give you is this picture without the coat and this picture of a previous outfit:

 

 

 

 

 

Special thanks go to Sam and David Hober. I've sent all the people asking me about this beauty of a tie via PM your way.

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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

I'd guess Ettemadis as all the discussion started when NOBD and JPHardy noticed they both had clothes made from them and JPHardy was even shown in exactly that shirt you'd like to know about on their website.

Aha ok. 

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Imo those two outfits are a great example of why Manton is right and in 9 out of 10 times a light blue shirt works better in an outfit than a white one.
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For a change, here as well. It's too hot to wear a jacket and tie anyway.
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Now here's an excellent combo! Simple, fitting and with a touch of whimsy on the shoes.
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Now here's an excellent combo! Simple, fitting and with a touch of whimsy on the shoes.

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Delete.

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My inner nerdy side wants to say that venn diagrams aren't histograms; they're abstract depictions of logical relationships. So relative circle size is unrelated to the number of occurrences of a particular event within the data...

+1 (ftfy)
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jawnz permitted in here? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Russia is chilly




texture close up


Top fit.
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Linen shirt, cotton pants, car shoes.

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^ Nice shot, J. Enjoy.
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My inner nerdy side wants to say that venn diagrams aren't histograms; they're abstract depictions of logical relationships. So relative circle size is unrelated to the number of occurrences of a particular event within the data...

+1 (ftfy)

My statement was nerdy already but you just took precision to the nth degree. worship.gif biggrin.gif

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Okay, I defer to the nerds. But, my Whatever diagram conveys additional information with the relative sizes. So there.
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