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Originally Posted by Kai View Post

I think I am too old to properly interpret the signals you are sending with the tucked in tie and no socks thing.


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Quoted cause I just literally spit my drink out
post #39707 of 78724
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

quite the high bar you just set for yourself. wink.gif

Connery's tie bar looks quite low in that pic
post #39708 of 78724
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Originally Posted by Kai View Post

I think I am too old to properly interpret the signals you are sending with the tucked in tie and no socks thing.

You are too old to understand the no socks thing.
You are too young to understand the tucked in tie.
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Originally Posted by southernstyle View Post

Connery missed the memo.

No, it was in his contract.
post #39710 of 78724
Well let me put it this way, and this may not apply to 95% of the people who post here because they work in CBD environments. The day and age of every man wearing a suit and tie has sadly disappeared unless you work in law, banking, etc, etc. At my place of work everything is about personal style while still knowing how to accommodate to the CBD wearer. Most of our customers that wear ties wear them by choice and very few of them absolutely have to wear a suit everyday. We are all about bending the rules; taking studied cues from classics and making them our own. Showing that wearing suit and tie at the end of the day is just clothing and can be worn outside of a strict business setting. We have a very PJohnson tailor (minus the ankle bracelet)/ Sid Mashburn vibe. I'm just here to learn and appreciate what others bring to the table.

Oh and I am aware that some of what I wear is way over the top icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #39711 of 78724
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It looks awful and smacks of laziness in my opinion.

The guy knots his tie and instead of it reaching the belt buckle as it should, he finds it is too long, and being too lazy to redo the knot he stuffs it into his trouser waist. No, no, it's not style at all. The style police should take the guy and his tie and summarily strangle him with it at dawn.
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Long time lurker here trying to learn from you guys on this forum. How am I doing? I picked up the suit at a "higher end" thrift store for $50. Its a DKNY suit which i'm sure is fused construction but it was cheap and I thought it fit pretty well. Is it worth paying for the alterations for it? The tie was picked up at a PRL outlet for $29 and the shirt was bought in a Charles Tyrwhitt 4 for 199 sale, but I had a groupon there so it ended up being 4 for $150. Shoes are Cole Haans also from the outlet. So from head to toe the outfit cost just a little over $200. I'm just starting off in the world of banking so for the time being I'm trying to look good on a budget. I'd love some feedback, I've already learned a lot from this forum, most of which will be better applied once I have more disposable income.
Thanks!

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Originally Posted by yjung01 View Post



Attolini suit with Lardini coat
Barneys NY gloves

I must say your fits justify you of having 2200 posts not 22 :) I think you look great but there's something about the overcoat; though I'm not sure what...

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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

I must say your fits justify you of having 2200 posts not 22 smile.gif I think you look great but there's something about the overcoat; though I'm not sure what...

Maybe a bit short?
post #39715 of 78724

Hi guys,

 

I'm new to SF, and posted this twice by accident as I thought it hadn't uploaded properly the first time, sorry 'bout that.

 

Camps de Luca bespoke, in a Schofield S180's. The only Camps posted so far I beleive.

 

Before you make remarks on the sleeve length, I assure you that the shirt cuff is showing, but just not on the picture which was taken from above.

 

1000

 

1000


Edited by dirnelli - 11/16/12 at 2:55am
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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

Maybe a bit short?

Or maybe:

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Originally Posted by Elegantly Wasted View Post


Or maybe:

+1 I think this is what it was for me :)

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The man is packing heat. Not all of us have tailors willing to accommodate the outline of our Lugers.
 

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For a change, a casual Friday today




Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
SC: Zegna silk/cashmere (and soft as a baby's bottom)
Shirt: Corneliani
Tousers: Borrelli
PS: Drake's
Shoes: Lloyd (pre-SF buy, but good beater shoes)
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

The man is packing heat. Not all of us have tailors willing to accommodate the outline of our Lugers.

 

Hey, you gotta tuck the ole saziche somewhere. Some guys just prefer to put it in the overcoat.
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