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Wore this recently...

Tie was a vintage find in a flea market in Williamsburg
Shirt: TM Lewin
Jacket: Uniqlo
Handkerchief: Charles Tyrwhitt
Cufflinks: Paul Smith
Trousers: Farah Vintage
Unseen Shoes: Loake loafers


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Cheers Nick
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Originally Posted by oipolloi View Post

How so?  I have included every angle I could think of.  

Would it help if I somehow arranged the 46L vs 46R pics side-by-side?

 

 

sorry man, jus messing around-  FWIW I def would go smaller

 

 

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well it's him and after various insults towards myself in posts and in private messages I was looking forward to him leaving this forum. since then he's been back with a couple different accounts however. always showcasing the same clothes and submerging MC with more posts per minute than stitches. good for him I say.

 

so please let me have my fun. at least this time he is contributing actual pictures of himself. still in daddies home office, though. imagine what his mom would say if he dared lighting that cigar uhoh.gif

 

 

 very 'Sir F/ Kalra' vibe,  agreed

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You are a regular, but you are not a 46--that's for sure! I would go down to a 44, and see how that fits. smile.gif
And, God, man, hem those trousers!! tongue.gif

I'm guessing a 42R could also work, try either that or a 44R and see what fits best. The 46R fits like a tent... patch[1].gif
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TGIF

Suit - Paul Stuart Phineas Cole
Shirt - Tyrhwitt
Tie - Pink
PS - No name
Braces - Paul Stuart
Cufflinks - Burberry
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC

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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

Lots of blue blazers here today, here's my contribution....
Shirt is sky blue pencil stripe, although it looks kinda green in the photo. Tie's green though.....

This is nice! Only questionable part is the PS,
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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

I'm guessing a 42R could also work, try either that or a 44R and see what fits best. The 46R fits like a tent... patch[1].gif

If it helps, I'm 6', 195 and of at least average shoulder width. I wear a 42R.
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

i think this has got to be one of your best posts ive ever seen, amazing.
deets on the loafers

Thanks for the kind words, the loafers are from George Cleverly.
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What brand on the ps?

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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

Lots of blue blazers here today, here's my contribution....

Shirt is sky blue pencil stripe, although it looks kinda green in the photo. Tie's green though.....
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

What brand on the ps?

It's from Gieves & Hawkes
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It's from Gieves & Hawkes

I like it :)

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Nice fits gentlemen. The weather is slowly cooling although not quite yet cool enough for me to dress the way I want. I will be contributing soon icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Nice bag Victor. Who makes it?

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Originally Posted by oipolloi View Post

How so?  I have included every angle I could think of.  

Would it help if I somehow arranged the 46L vs 46R pics side-by-side?

In what universe would you wear a 46? Slap the person who said that might be your size. 

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Originally Posted by FillW View Post

 

 Can you give more details on that process? I have a used Zegna DB jacket that smells and would like to get rid of the odor.

I am no expert in washing but this is what I have heard from Electrolux best expert:

 

Wool can stand really high temperature in water if is not tumbeled or stired. The problem is the movment, not the temperature. In modern washing machines for hoseholds there is a program for wool wash 30 degree Celcius. You can wash a suite there without shrinking. The problem is to get it ironed and flat after the washing. For that you need professional help.

BUT! This work with clothes that are 100 % sewn and without glue inside. Today even the most exclusive brands cut costs and use glue for the inside of their jackets. You must be absolutely sure, otherwise the cloth may get boubles and wrinkles. I should not even trust Zegna.

 

The method Electrolux or Wascator Lagoon (earlier called Aqua Cleen) is used by some dry cleaners. They can be hard to find. In a city of Stockholms size (over 1 million) I´ve found one washer so far, but there should be a few more.

 

My experience from leaving the suit to a professional washer is:  (Remember: It is a suit from the 1950´s, really dirty, with strong odour and worn)

1. Now it is really clean and the ugly smell is totally gone. No shrinking.

2. But also small holes and wear appeard. It had earlier (after dry clean twice) been hidden and fixed under the dirt, but now I have to repair some small damages with a yarn.

 

Good luck!

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