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Quite boring ensemble today. Tried to do something that would look solid from a distance while not being solid at all.

Not enough contrast between jacket and pants, I know. Need to get me some lighter flannels.

 

 

 

Jacket = Dustin
Shirt = Charles Tyrwhitt

Tie = Lester

PS = Rubinacci

Trousers = Emidio Tucci

Socks = God knows

Shoes = Carmina


Edited by RDiaz - 10/3/12 at 8:55am
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Greetings Gentlemen, one of my playful snap from the past weekend...I guess all style points will go to this new C-AMG 6.3 coupe that roars like a lion

 

 

 

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Thanks all you guys for comments and feedback.

RDiaz
"Lovin' yesterday's jacket. You've mentioned your wardrobe isn't expensive, who makes it?"

Just some British vintage wasn't expensive as well smile.gif

Today's stuff

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I hope the shah (and other SW&D guys) continue posting their more MC/suited looks in here; I enjoy seeing how they play around with forms and styles. Like black_umbrella, I don't really think there's a need (or justification) to support those aesthetic experiments with a pseudo-scientific or architectural foundation, but if it helps them with the experimentation process I don't see the harm in it. They'll have to forgive me if I interpret their looks based on whether I like or am intrigued by the end result rather the stated method/theory behind the choices. But I like seeing their looks in here.

 

 

 

 

Anyway, partly inspired by the entertaining (largely for the wrong reasons) turquiose tie thread, I thought I'd dig this one out of my own wardrobe:

 

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Unsupported aesthetic experimentation.

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sort of a dark fit for my current mood....
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umbrella - I like the equidistant parallel vertical lines formed by your right arm, tie and edge of left lapel.
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Thanks all you guys for comments and feedback.
RDiaz
"Lovin' yesterday's jacket. You've mentioned your wardrobe isn't expensive, who makes it?"
Just some British vintage wasn't expensive as well smile.gif
Today's stuff

I could be wrong, but in all of your fit pics your hands are in your pockets the sleeves always tend to ride up and bunch. It seems like the sleeve length is off, or something is going on with your sleeves.
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It's not easy being green...

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It looks easy.
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umbrella - I like the equidistant parallel vertical lines formed by your right arm, tie and edge of left lapel.

notice the perfect sharp triangle of the tie tip being softened up by the rounder 90 degree angle of the left pant knee and bringing the angular aesthetic up through the left arm? I count 10 lines with 5 being sharp and 5 being soft and rounded, perfect sharp to round ratio.
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I think I like it.

Would need to see the whole thing together to get a feel for the overall look.
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I could be wrong, but in all of your fit pics your hands are in your pockets the sleeves always tend to ride up and bunch. It seems like the sleeve length is off, or something is going on with your sleeves.

Yeah on this photo it looks awkward. But sleeves are fine.

Same jacket smile.gif

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OK, so I see your point here and I agree, but the thing is if you're going to do this, reaaaallllly large lines divorce the actual flow of the clothing from larger posture stuff that have nothing to do with the clothing. It's just sloppy thinking and it does annoy me.
edit - also, I was grading when I wrote that post above and was angry at another form of sloppy thinking, so I may have done some anger transference there...

Quit apologizing. You pointed at a steaming pile of bullshit and called it bullshit. More important, you gave me a good laugh in the process. Your graph was all kinds of excellent. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Thanks to everyone who commented yesterday. I will try to get some more fits up in the near future.

Mike
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Thanks to everyone who commented yesterday. I will try to get some more fits up in the near future.
Mike

This board is far less-interesting without your one-of-a-kind fits. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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77 degrees in October, so giving a last hurrah to some warm weather stuff...
Isaia wool silk linen SC
Cruciani & Bella shirt
Vanda unlined 7 fold shantung tie
BG house madder silk square
Panta panta
Corthay Jouvet
Creed Neroli Sauvage
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