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Originally Posted by Jermyn View Post

I apologise for the quality of the phone camera.
The suit is a navy pinstripe flannel, it looks closer to charcoal on my monitor


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Suit - Isaia
Waistcoat - Favourbrook
Tie - Drakes
Links - St. Dupont
Scarf - Loewe
Shoes - Edward Green

Dig the tie.

The suit might be way to tight, the lapels appear to be bowing badly.

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Tacky Tuesday
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Originally Posted by IrateCustomer View Post

This, for my preferences, is what a cuff should look like between the shirt and coat. That fit is freaking perfect Orge.

Thanks man.

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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

Orge- What do you do?


I negotiate & manage IT contracts. Neither techie nor lawyer, but somewhere in between.
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Originally Posted by Tibor View Post


FANTASTIC!

Very Classy. I understand the hat and its crown and reverse taper. I like that style and I always admire it on men I see such hats on in old photos. Your suit and its tailoring are appropriate for the era of the hat style.

Disregard the negative comments, Haters gotta hate.

I see many things considered stylish by many on this site that I would not wear on my worst day. I have no use for knit ties and think any tie tied in a 4 in hand looks like you really don't give a shit about your appearance. BUT that is my opinion and other in the the context of the message of my post I would not say such things. I do not consider how anyone should dress to be a uniform unless they are in the military or a police force where uniform is exactly what they want. Choose your style and wear it like you own it. Don't do it for others, do it for yourself. Maybe others will admire you.
Tibor has chosen a retro style and pulls it off so well. I certainly admire him and hope he continues to ROCK his style like he has been doing for some time.
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Originally Posted by Kappelan View Post

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 Info on that tie?!?!? I love it!

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Originally Posted by suitedcboy View Post

FANTASTIC!
Very Classy. I understand the hat and its crown and reverse taper. I like that style and I always admire it on men I see such hats on in old photos. Your suit and its tailoring are appropriate for the era of the hat style.
Disregard the negative comments, Haters gotta hate.
I see many things considered stylish by many on this site that I would not wear on my worst day. I have no use for knit ties and think any tie tied in a 4 in hand looks like you really don't give a shit about your appearance. BUT that is my opinion and other in the the context of the message of my post I would not say such things. I do not consider how anyone should dress to be a uniform unless they are in the military or a police force where uniform is exactly what they want. Choose your style and wear it like you own it. Don't do it for others, do it for yourself. Maybe others will admire you.
Tibor has chosen a retro style and pulls it off so well. I certainly admire him and hope he continues to ROCK his style like he has been doing for some time.

A man who understands my love of high crown "reverse taper" hats is a man who I consider extended family. This post makes me so thankful. Thank you so much, I really appreciate it.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

lolwat? The PS is not so great... by itself and in its context.

It needs to be refolded as one almost constantly has to do with silk squares. I like the colors, but more importantly I think Butler's fits are quite often more than the sum of their parts: The man looks great and it seems useless to discuss a single detail. But then again I'm a fan and thus biased perhaps.
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I really like Styleforum, I find it slightly educational and highly entertaining. I don't really think much of the constructive/negative comments about my hats, because we clearly have a drastically different comprehension of elegance. However I have learned to fine tune many other aspects such as my suits and shirts, due thankfully to Styleforum. I am personally not a fan of 4 in Hand too. I think it usually looks quite sloppy, but my taste is not for everyone. I think some people on SF don't understand reverse taper crowns. I love them, it is the most natural crown style for me, so I wear it. Many SF style quirks are far from my taste but I accept them for what they are. There is room for all kinds of styles so long as it is worn naturally with conviction. I think clothes should be a physical manifestation for one's principals and/or values. I use to take the "costume-y" comments as really condescending and highly insulting. Now I take it with a grain of salt. So now Styleforum becomes more and more enjoyable to be a member of. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by suitedcboy View Post


FANTASTIC!
Very Classy. I understand the hat and its crown and reverse taper. I like that style and I always admire it on men I see such hats on in old photos. Your suit and its tailoring are appropriate for the era of the hat style.
Disregard the negative comments, Haters gotta hate.
I see many things considered stylish by many on this site that I would not wear on my worst day. I have no use for knit ties and think any tie tied in a 4 in hand looks like you really don't give a shit about your appearance. BUT that is my opinion and other in the the context of the message of my post I would not say such things. I do not consider how anyone should dress to be a uniform unless they are in the military or a police force where uniform is exactly what they want. Choose your style and wear it like you own it. Don't do it for others, do it for yourself. Maybe others will admire you.
Tibor has chosen a retro style and pulls it off so well. I certainly admire him and hope he continues to ROCK his style like he has been doing for some time.

The hat makes the man. It increase your impact 100 %. A man without a hat is half naked.

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700

 

More vintage: Coat Ralph Lauren PL, Trousers Ralph Lauren, Shirt Melka, Tie Silja of Sweden, Waistcoat Gulins, Watch Atlantic Manhattan.

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Originally Posted by Tibor View Post

I am personally not a fan of 4 in Hand too. I think it usually looks quite sloppy, but my taste is not for everyone.

There might be a reasons not to prefer a four-in-hand knot but I don't think sloppiness could possibly be one of them. It's simple and unobtrusive.

Any knot can look sloppy if it isn't tightened to the collar.
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Originally Posted by Catallas View Post

Suits can make a man look handsome and some suits can make a man look like he's wearing a uniform...all the looks on this page remind me of the latter

LURK MOAR

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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post

It's a grotesque and overly bold hue, is all I'm saying. You'd have to be colour blind, to find it attractive.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

There might be a reasons not to prefer a four-in-hand knot but I don't think sloppiness could possibly be one of them. It's simple and unobtrusive.
Any knot can look sloppy if it isn't tightened to the collar.

I have seen some men wear the 4 in hand with great charm. I personally think the Half Windsor is the most elegant. If the tie is unlined and/or very light silk I find a Full Windsor to be quite dashing.
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post

It's a grotesque and overly bold hue, is all I'm saying. You'd have to be colour blind, to find it attractive.

Well, unless Butler is pulling our leg it's he who is color blind. But he has track record to prove that he is not. Thus, we are discussing a matter of taste and preference in color and when it comes to squares there's a lot of leeway.
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