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After hibernating at home, in total deshabille, avoiding the howling winds and rain of Sandy, I emerged this evening to take my partner out for his birthday dinner at Jean-Georges (which was quite a repast). He is something of a camera aficianado, so it took little effort for me to persuade him to take a few shots of me dressed as I was for dinner out.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt -Lewin
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Niletti Creations
Braces - Lewin
Watch chain - vintage, with modern replacement watch
Shoes - C & J
Overcoat - JAB
Scarf - Paul Stuart
Hat - Selentino

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This tie rocks.

[edit] just noticed the scarf. coveting it as I type this.
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crusty, great fit, great pic, great hat, great smile!
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Tried two or three squares, got frustrated, decided to do without. Feeling good about the choice! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Is that corduroy cut on an angle?

Yessir.

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After hibernating at home, in total deshabille, avoiding the howling winds and rain of Sandy, I emerged this evening to take my partner out for his birthday dinner at Jean-Georges (which was quite a repast). He is something of a camera aficianado, so it took little effort for me to persuade him to take a few shots of me dressed as I was for dinner out.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt -Lewin
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Niletti Creations
Braces - Lewin
Watch chain - vintage, with modern replacement watch
Shoes - C & J
Overcoat - JAB
Scarf - Paul Stuart
Hat - Selentino

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Quoted because it's nice to see pictures of happy people.
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Yessir.
Quoted because it's nice to see pictures of happy people.

didnt even realize the angled cords. awesome.

and 100% agree.
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Holdfast and Crust departing from their poses is scaring me a little bit.

 

Side note: have either of you thought about making a time lapse of all those pictures?

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nice to see you with different poses Crust, couldn't resist but to stare at you under a different capacity, no homo.
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Yessir.
Quoted because it's nice to see you standing up.

FTFY
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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.

 

I found this effusive outpouring of affection to be quite funny! Not to say that an affected style of dress cannot look nice, but in the end, it is still affected. Although if someone likes that sort of thing, then it works. I looked at some of Tibor's posts and he dresses well, his fits are good. I would feel a little self conscious with a hat like that, but then again my line of work doesn't allow for that kind of independence in sartorial matters. 

 

On to in stitches, I think his outfit is rather inoffensive. Certainly nothing is really wrong with it, even if a he wears a few things I would never want for myself--namely a button down shirt. But, and I hope I don't offend in stitches with this, I think he would become a dramatically better dresser if he lost some weight. No tailor however good can really hide that extra few lbs around the waist. Otherwise, he definitely appears to know how to dress well.

 

As for the orgre fellow, he is in uniform and it shows. The fits appear to be good, but he is clearly an aficionado of dramatically ugly ties. 

Both ends of the spectrum represented

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After hibernating at home, in total deshabille, avoiding the howling winds and rain of Sandy, I emerged this evening to take my partner out for his birthday dinner at Jean-Georges (which was quite a repast). He is something of a camera aficianado, so it took little effort for me to persuade him to take a few shots of me dressed as I was for dinner out.

*That's* how you wear a hat.
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First off sorry for not getting the picture not as clear as possible. Need a camera. This was taken with my camera phone call..My first post in the what are you wearing forum..what I wore to the office today.. no business meetings today and mostly conference calls over the phone and follow up with clients..so I get to dress down a little bit..what I have one..

Suit:-Zegna Slim Milano

Shoes:-Santoni

Shirt:-Hugo Boss

Vest:-Odd vest from a three piece M2M suit from J.P Tilford Samuelsohn..

Pocket Square:-Old Vintage P.S my uncle gave me

Coupled with the fact of my size (6"8) and bigger drop (9 inch)..its not easy finding stuff but I do find some RTW stuff that works sometimes..

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I found this effusive outpouring of affection to be quite funny! Not to say that an affected style of dress cannot look nice, but in the end, it is still affected. Although if someone likes that sort of thing, then it works. I looked at some of Tibor's posts and he dresses well, his fits are good. I would feel a little self conscious with a hat like that, but then again my line of work doesn't allow for that kind of independence in sartorial matters. 

On to in stitches, I think his outfit is rather inoffensive. Certainly nothing is really wrong with it, even if a he wears a few things I would never want for myself--namely a button down shirt. But, and I hope I don't offend in stitches with this, I think he would become a dramatically better dresser if he lost some weight. No tailor however good can really hide that extra few lbs around the waist. Otherwise, he definitely appears to know how to dress well.

As for the orgre fellow, he is in uniform and it shows. The fits appear to be good, but he is clearly an aficionado of dramatically ugly ties. 


Both ends of the spectrum represented

I don't agree. It's obvious that Orgetorix likes what he wears, and it never feels constricted or boring (as I guess the term "uniform" would suggest). Also, let's not comment on peoples weight, this is a clothing forum not jennycraig.com. IMHO a good tailor doesn't hide a person, he flatters his best features.
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I know it's a lot but I couldn't withstand the temptation of putting it all together :)

 

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EFV - You rock fall colors like nobody's business. I'm a big fan of the pants, are they cords or moleskin? Where'd you get them?
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Now for my own contribution from the past two days: 







I normally don't like to leave the house without a pocket square, but this has been my first week interning at a law firm and so far I'm the only one who wears a jacket... so I may need to ease into that territory slowly. 

Thank you, they were cheaper than the tie even. Corduroy pants from H&M.

I really love those ties BTW, and that second suit is sweet!
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I don't agree. It's obvious that Orgetorix likes what he wears, and it never feels constricted or boring (as I guess the term "uniform" would suggest). Also, let's not comment on peoples weight, this is a clothing forum not jennycraig.com. IMHO a good tailor doesn't hide a person, he flatters his best features.

 

The suit is most flattering to a lean figure, it's just true. A guy like in stitches, someone who knows how to dress, would look better if a little leaner. Ogretrix, on the other hand, is bad with colors and has cheapish looking suits.

 

As for the jennycraig comment, look to the avatar...Gibson don't care, Mel wants war

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