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Dunno about the whole getup but that's a cool pattern on the jacket. Details?

 

I think I'd pair it with a cream colored pair of trousers and an ever present pale blue shirt. Seems like it would look really good if the rest of the combo was lightened up a bit.

 

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

Dunno about the whole getup but that's a cool pattern on the jacket. Details?

 

I think I'd pair it with a cream colored pair of trousers and an ever present pale blue shirt. Seems like it would look really good if the rest of the combo was lightened up a bit.

 

Thank you very much for your offer... I will try it soon...

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Hey Vince, lots of colours and patterns there. ATM it's quite incoherent. I think you'd benefit from starting out with just one piece of patterned clothing and let the rest of the ensemble consist of solids, then just take it from there. Also, read about the colour wheel and complimentary colours.

PS. Not to sound like a dick, but that tie needs to burn.
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Hey Vince, lots of colours and patterns there. ATM it's quite incoherent. I think you'd benefit from starting out with just one piece of patterned clothing and let the rest of the ensemble consist of solids, then just take it from there. Also, read about the colour wheel and complimentary colours.
PS. Not to sound like a dick, but that tie needs to burn.

I am new here :) I will learn fast how to wear good!! :)

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Thanks for your ideas,but sometimes it s good to try new things with courage ;)

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Picked up the SC from my tailor yesterday, after having the sleeves lengthened a bit. Much better, now I don't have to walk around tugging at the sleeves all the time. Still need to tighten the buttons on the shirt cuffs though, to better accommodate my skinny wrists.....




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SC: Bookster MTO, Gladstone tweed
Shirt: Charles Tyrwhitt
Tie: Vanda fine clothing
PS: Stockholm Kravatt
Trousers: Pakeman Catto & Carter moleskin
Shoes: Tricker's Stow
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I find myself liking your color/pattern combinations more and more Pingson.

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Thanks for your ideas,but sometimes it s good to try new things with courage ;)

 

Courage is good, but trying new things with knowledge is better.

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Originally Posted by EFV View Post

Hey Vince, lots of colours and patterns there. ATM it's quite incoherent. I think you'd benefit from starting out with just one piece of patterned clothing and let the rest of the ensemble consist of solids, then just take it from there. Also, read about the colour wheel and complimentary colours.
PS. Not to sound like a dick, but that tie needs to burn.

This. Nice coat, terrible combination.
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I had the pleasure of meeting with Upr-Crust for a quick stroll around Jermyn street, the arcades and a pop into Drakes last week. I'm afraid we where both under time constraints and forgot to get a photo of the pair of us, but this is what I was wearing.
-TTO
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Afternoon Gents,

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Dashing Tweeds?
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10/10 its a great outfit to wear at night walking the dog. Drivers whose headlights hit the suit are like WTF.....???
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What in the bloody hell is that?
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I get what look you're going for here (and there are some great pieces, especially the shoes) but I think the tie's colours are a little too bright/vivid somehow. I think it's the limey green and fuschia accents. If they were each a bit darker, everything else would go better together I think. Minus that tie, the rest of this outfit is great.

 

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10/10 its a great outfit to wear at night walking the dog. Drivers whose headlights hit the suit are like WTF.....???

 

They do look like really fun fabrics. One day, maybe...

 

Next up, they need to develop something that causing the bands of light to strobe. Maybe weave some kind of fiber optic in, instead of reflective material. Strobing lights would be awesome.

 

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I'm normally a big fan of your outfits, but the bowtie seems too strong a contrast here. Everything else is nice though, and I like the boutonniere.

 

 

 

 

 

Smiling through the rain...

 

... I think it must be official red trouser day or something. Either that, or a bunch of us all felt like wearing them today in an effort to brighten up the gloomy weather. I was walking around town briefly at lunchtime, and noticed at least four other pairs.

 

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