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The jacket is chocolate, not gray.

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Originally Posted by vincefb View Post

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Nice casual outfit. I cannot say anything about the fit except that the trousers fit you round the waist. However i can say something about the accessories.

 

Belt: Put it through the loop. Twisted under like that makes it look as if it is too long for you and you borrowed it from your father.

 

Bracelet: Lose it, lowers the tone of your whole being.  Looks like a piece of gold plated metal with LV stamped on it with a plastic strap round your wrist. Reminds me of those people (lemmings: ones that follow all the others over the cliff) that have LV stamped on their suitcases and everywhere else they can. They would probably even have LV stamped on their foreheads if they could. These LV people somehow think it makes them look rich and better than anyone else, but it does not, it really just looks cheap and crass.

 

Watch: Very good looking, all angular and masculine, yes. You should really wear it on the left wrist though. It is designed with the winder in such a way that if it were worn on the left wrist, the winder is in the correct position for manipulation with the right hand, presuming you are right handed. I have never seen a left handed watch.

 

Wedding ring: Cool.

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Originally Posted by Johnboy View Post

Nice casual outfit. I cannot say anything about the fit except that the trousers fit you round the waist. However i can say something about the accessories.

 

Belt: Put it through the loop. Twisted under like that makes it look as if it is too long for you and you borrowed it from your father.

 

Bracelet: Lose it, lowers the tone of your whole being.  Looks like a piece of gold plated metal with LV stamped on it with a plastic strap round your wrist. Reminds me of those people (lemmings: ones that follow all the others over the cliff) that have LV stamped on their suitcases and everywhere else they can. They would probably even have LV stamped on their foreheads if they could. These LV people somehow think it makes them look rich and better than anyone else, but it does not, it really just looks cheap and crass.

 

Watch: Very good looking, all angular and masculine, yes. You should really wear it on the left wrist though. It is designed with the winder in such a way that if it were worn on the left wrist, the winder is in the correct position for manipulation with the right hand, presuming you are right handed. I have never seen a left handed watch.

 

Wedding ring: Cool.

Thank You for your opinion... LV bracelet, I am not using for show me rich or something like that... I like the design only..

 

About belt I specially buy it long for  twisted under it... Not borrow from father :D 

 

From a childhood I am using watch in my right hand... check Graham ;) Graham have got special watch for who is using in  right hand... 

 

Again Thank you for your opinion...

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Deets on jacket please!

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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

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What the heck... was my post deleted, or am I delirious?
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A momentous day - back to work after two weeks off, and back to Wall St. for the first time after Hurricane Sandy.

The weather has turned fairly wintry in temperature, so I'm breaking out the flannel and tweed for the first time this season.

Suit, shirt, tie, overcoat - BB
PS - Ashear
Cufflinks - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Shoes - C & J Maltons
Scarf - Fortnum & Mason
Hat - Selentino

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Originally Posted by Johnboy View Post

 

 

Belt: Put it through the loop. Twisted under like that makes it look as if it is too long for you and you borrowed it from your father.

 

Sometimes SF gets too style Nazi... the highlighted text is one of those instances.

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

Sometimes SF gets too style Nazi... the highlighted text is one of those instances.

Disagree. If you don't want to have your photo scrutinized or critiqued, don't post it.

I actually agree with the overall belt comment.  The belt tuck was ruining a nice casual look.

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Originally Posted by Kai View Post

Thanksgiving weekend:

Nice fall color combo; I feel like you fits could be slimer everywhere. Jacket looks to be pulling at the waist as well.

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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Disagree. If you don't want to have your photo scrutinized or critiqued, don't post it.

I actually agree with the overall belt comment.  The belt tuck was ruining a nice casual look.

Oh I get that. Not discouraging critiques at all. I just think we can go overboard with style nuances. I mean he is just tucking his belt, it's a harmless affection. Yes the bracelets are on the side of uhoh.gif and I personally am not fond of vince's look, but tucking your belt for a casual look shouldn't warrant imaginary MC dogmas.

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

Sometimes SF gets too style Nazi... the highlighted text is one of those instances.

I disagree with you Tiral.

 

Classic style dictates that  one belt should be the correct length to be buckled at the 2nd or at worst the 3rd hole where its length should be such that the end fits nicely into the loop. Most good trousers where I come from specifically have that loop made larger to accommodate the double passing of the belt.

 

What I do agree with however is that the OP is from a different part of the world to you or I, and probably different norms, I am speaking of typical english style though and what an english man might think if he saw a guy with the belt twisted under.

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Originally Posted by Johnboy View Post

I disagree with you Tiral.

 

Classic style dictates that  one belt should be the correct length to be buckled at the 2nd or at worst the 3rd hole where its length should be such that the end fits nicely into the loop. Most good trousers where I come from specifically have that loop made larger to accommodate the double passing of the belt.

 

What I do agree with however is that the OP is from a different part of the world to you or I, and probably different norms, I am speaking of typical english style though and what an english man might think if he saw a guy with the belt twisted under.

You just made my case. Sometimes at SF we reduce style to a science when it shouldn't be. We sometimes need to understand the context of the fit before applying rules.

 

His braided belt- for one- fails to fall under the "classic rule" because it technically has no holes. It is more playful and less formal than a traditional belt. So in reality it was erroneous on your part to apply "classic standard" rules for something that wasn't to begin with.


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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

A momentous day - back to work after two weeks off, and back to Wall St. for the first time after Hurricane Sandy.
The weather has turned fairly wintry in temperature, so I'm breaking out the flannel and tweed for the first time this season.
Suit, shirt, tie, overcoat - BB
PS - Ashear
Cufflinks - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Shoes - C & J Maltons
Scarf - Fortnum & Mason
Hat - Selentino
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Very nice. I like this, particularly the drape of the trousers and its break, It looks very precise ad well put together. The shoes adds a nice finish. Good job!
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