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Great outfit lufty!
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Viccel Socks?

Mazarin.  Rude, eh? To be honest, I've never worn them before today; never worn a cravat before either - can't think why I suddenly had that urge nest.gif  

 

But I did rather enjoy both. :)

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Victor...You're a fine example of what a true gentleman of top drawer class is all about.  There are several on here with those fine qualities, however, there are also those that show their jealousies with their rude comments.  It's a real shame that today's society does not have more gentlemen as yourself and some of the others on here.  You have great taste in clothing, how to but them together, and wear them well.  

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 My tailor did a splendid job taking in the shoulders of this coat. Too bad it was a bit too small to begin with, and it's tight in the waist area... need to drop a few pounds.

 

It's an absolute peach.  Like the tie too.  

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Victor: I like that I'm not the only person wearing something a little odd today. :) For some reason, your jacket looks darker in colour than the trouser/waistcoat; is this the case or is it a normal suit? If it's a different/darker fabric, I think it's too close in colour to the trousers/waistcoat to work right. Assuming it's a suit, I like the look! It would be even better with a tan/ginger suede shoe would work better instead of dark brown. Others may criticise the contrast-collar shirt, but I think it works fine here even with a country suit..

 

 

 

Just then a mix of different, but equally close shades and textures that are not made to combine.
In addition to this type of shirt collar Officially much of the rest, and its use is very controversial here.
I just wanted to experiment a bit, and finally make a joke that a jacket that with pants and vest.peepwall[1].gif
 
It was their last public release.musicboohoo[1].gif
 
Not a very good choice of fabric when it was. And I just could not find it beneficial to use a combination of any of the jacket or trouser with a vest, in the end a couple of times to dress them together, for jokes.biggrin.gif
 
I'm tired of thinking with what they wear.devil.gif
 
 
Now the jacket goes to the country, I will pick mushrooms and go fishing, hunting. It is cozy and comfortable
Pants will be worn at home with cashmere robe
A vest will remain in memory of the fabric is not too goodpatch[1].gif
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Victor, you're utterly mental, but a good sport.  Easy on those mushrooms, now. :)

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Victor, you're utterly mental, but a good sport.  Easy on those mushrooms, now. :)

 

Can you refrain from responding to every single post?

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Can you refrain from posting?

FTFY
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Pinned my collar all wonky and didn't notice until I took these pictures, one of the perils of a home with no mirrors!
( Cue jokes about explanations )
-TTO
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Pinned my collar all wonky and didn't notice until I took these pictures, one of the perils of a home with no mirrors!
( Cue jokes about explanations )
-TTO

 


The shirt looks better from a distance, where its colour, pattern and unusually large collar seems to meld more harmoniously with the suit. The collar just seems to dominate in the close-up shots. However, the sock-trouser interface is doing Bridget Riley / op-art kinds of damage to my eyes! I think I would have gone for something plain, however boring that might sound.

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Pinned my collar all wonky and didn't notice until I took these pictures, one of the perils of a home with no mirrors!
( Cue jokes about explanations )
-TTO

 

A bit much going on with that shirt for my taste, but it really is a splendid suit.  Nice to see that panama being worked as long as possible too - definitely valid for September!

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Something to offend everyone's sensibilities today - a black suit (albeit striped), worn with a Charvet tie, and black ostrich leg cowboy boots (for a practical reason - I want to get them shined, and the easiest way for them to get to my office is on my feet).

Suit - BB GF Regent
Shirt - BB
Tie - Charvet
PS - Ashear
Cufflinks - New & Lingwood
Boots - Star Boots
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This makes me nostalgic for my years living in Texas. I'm not a Texan by birth or temperament, so I don't think I could pull this off, but I've always had a soft spot for boots 'n' suits.

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Pinned my collar all wonky and didn't notice until I took these pictures, one of the perils of a home with no mirrors!
( Cue jokes about explanations )
-TTO

Theo, that is one hell of a shirt collar. Still, stylish!
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I really have no hopes of this being "Eye Catching", just having fun and learning amount mixing patterns and what not. I am a complete newby to this whole thing. But I felt like my purple gingham, with deep purple silk tie looked pretty good for my presentation in class today. I also need to get my suit tailored. I need to make the shoulders work a little better for me and work on my sleeves as well.

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Yes, I realize that it's black tie in the afternoon, and I know that the image quality is less than perfect, but a happy day for me nonetheless.

Brooks Brothers: peal lapel rig, 3 button vest, & shoes
E. Zegna shirt
Kent Wang tie, square, and studs.

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Forgot a pocket square. Actually, I remembered it, but they were in the room where my wife was sleeping, and I didn't want to wake her.

The jacket could really stand to be taken in, but I'm shrinking out of this suit and not gonna bother with alterations until I see if I lose enough to go down a size.

Suit: Oxxford
Shirt: Luciano Barbera
Tie: Brooks
Shoes: Nettleton
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