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Lol, on my thumbs up for this I just suggested shortening the pants - I obviously meant lengthening. smile.gif

Haha, gotcha. Yeah, I have other trousers that are this long and they work all right, but I think it works better with a heavier fabric that drapes better. This is a pretty light cloth that tends to flop around more when there's not enough length to keep it on the shoe.
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Like this?

Your plastic arm covering looks so cool man. Is it a full body suit. You could probably have used your own initials on it though.

Is this quite the fashionable thing to wear where your'e from?

Deets Please??

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i hope that is not real tattoo...

I hope it is.

Sometimes the punishment does fit the crime.
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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

I also prefer longer style overcoats. Glad to see you are back posting!
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Solid charcoal 1818 Regent
Light blue BB pinpoint button-down
J. Press red white & blue repp stripe
Black AE Park Avenues
TT Rolex Sub
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Interesting mix of outfits over the past few pages; some really wonderful fits, some really dreadful ones. I suppose that's always the case in this thread, but coming back to a large number of posts to read in one go really drove the point home, One outfit I liked a lot that didn't get as much postiive feedback as I though it should was David Reeves outfit. Not only is the fit great, I thought the shade of blue for the tie worked wonderfully with the shade of grey for the suit:
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Outfits from yesterday & today. Today's partly inspired by a recent RJman post re: turtlenecks on ASW and partly by clayperon's recent fit in this or the casual thread (can't remember which) although mine's a deliberately less nightclubby/"slick" and more daytime-friendly/"soft" interpretation than his.

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Holdfast,the outfit on the left looks great ( not sold on the shoes though). The other outfit though - it is just too much. The suit is a statement in itself. With the red tn it is over the top. That is just my humble opinion of course..
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i like the casual outfit on the left. that windowpane on the right is just WAY too bold to be paired with a red turtleneck.
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I didn't had to wear a tie today, so here it is...

 

 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Interesting mix of outfits over the past few pages; some really wonderful fits, some really dreadful ones. I suppose that's always the case in this thread, but coming back to a large number of posts to read in one go really drove the point home, One outfit I liked a lot that didn't get as much postiive feedback as I though it should was David Reeves outfit. Not only is the fit great, I thought the shade of blue for the tie worked wonderfully with the shade of grey for the suit:
Outfits from yesterday & today. Today's partly inspired by a recent RJman post re: turtlenecks on ASW and partly by clayperon's recent fit in this or the casual thread (can't remember which) although mine's a deliberately less nightclubby/"slick" and more daytime-friendly/"soft" interpretation than his.

Digging the pents on the left.  You might not ever want to wear the outfit on the right ever again (I dont mean that in a rude way).

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

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.

To each their own I guess!

: - )

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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

To each their HIS own I guess!
: - )

in that case.... FTFY... critique away.
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Digging the pents on the left.  You might not ever want to wear the outfit on the right ever again (I dont mean that in a rude way).

 

+1. The suit is great, but with that fluffy sweater it is ridiculous.

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....PROPS! You're one well-dressed grade school teacher. Plus, I like the Homer Simpson Chia Pet on the top of the book shelf.

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