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Originally Posted by Albert Hal View Post

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

+1 Basic Logic biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

I dislike the fold (and everyone else should too) but if that's the most heinous monstrosity you've ever seen, you've lived a charmed life.
And haven't read much of this threak.

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Originally Posted by Jamesgatz View Post

This fit got loads of thumbs-ups (it's not a bad fit at all); the PS is one of the most heinous monstrosities I have ever seen! lookaround.gif
No, it ain't. It's pretty much perfect as one has come to expect from Butler.[/quote]

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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 Mr. Moo View Post

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

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Originally Posted by Jamesgatz View Post

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.

Well Gentelmen, here is the heinous Rubinacci monstrosity in all its glory for your further dissection bigstar[1].gif




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Butler, your Community Profile picture is my favorite picture on Style Forum. Your regular Avatar is spectacular. You wear Full Evening Dress effortlessly, with the utmost regal poise. Your Elegance is truly majestic.
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Thus further cementing my feeling that pocket squares are something I will never understand. Which has not kept SF from providing the impetus to begin purchasing them.
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Originally Posted by deandbn View Post


There Twenty3 I just flipped it for you. Much better this way round.
I like this outfit on you dude. I think you carry it off well as a young guy.
Pretty funky colours, but very intense. A good fit for 23 posts. In terms of texture and pattern not too bad either.
Post Edit: Ahhh!!! I gotit now, your twenty3 and this is your 23rd post... Cool icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
The silky shit - pin it in place against the inside of the front of the pocket.

loving the look...though someone will tell me that I should have just thumbs up.
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Coping with low temperatures in car and at work :D 

 

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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post

More crappy cell phone pics.....
Suit: Sartorio by Attolini
Shirt: Robert Talbot
Tie: Altea
Shoes: Ralph Lauren
Watch: JLC Reverso Duo Day/Night LE.
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Originally Posted by Albert Hal View Post

"Great vintage combination"

Unfortunately, it's not real vintage. The jacket is from the 2000's. So really it's just used.

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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.



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FWIW the hat was always a secondary thing in my book. My only real problem was the pants fit.

Also I tend to agree w/r/t the 4-in-hand, much prefer half Windsor.
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brown donegal trousers, pink ocbd, wool black watch tartan tie, cotton shawl cardigan

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^ Beautiful trousers, what are the fabric details?
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Originally Posted by Slickman View Post

^ Beautiful trousers, what are the fabric details?

thanks! they're brown donegal from brooks brothers last year. In fact, they're still on sale. I got them for like $100. http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Milano-Fit-Plain-Front-Donegal-Trousers/265J,default,pd.html?dwvar_265J_Color=BRWN&contentpos=2

They are awesome if you don't mind the low rise and on-seam pockets.
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

thanks! they're brown donegal from brooks brothers last year. In fact, they're still on sale. I got them for like $100. http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Milano-Fit-Plain-Front-Donegal-Trousers/265J,default,pd.html?dwvar_265J_Color=BRWN&contentpos=2
They are awesome if you don't mind the low rise and on-seam pockets.

I have these in both colors. Awesomeness confirmed.
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