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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

Claghorn, gorge seems a bit high. I assume it was intentional.


Perhaps it's the angle (I'm leaning up against the wall) or perhaps I just like higher gorges. I've never really noticed...this seems on par with a lot of my other jackets, so I guess I just like high gorges.

 

Ninja edit: If you're talking about the buttoning point, it's because I'm leaning back. Though in general, I do like high buttoning points (and 3 button jackets). As far as buttons are concerned, the only rule that I try to follow is making sure the bottom button is at the waistline.

post #40547 of 76465
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

Claghorn, gorge seems a bit high. I assume it was intentional.

Doesn't gorge refer to lapels? I have a feeling you may be speaking of the buttoning stance. Then again, I could be completely wrong....
post #40548 of 76465
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

Not a big fan of the shirt.

I don't mind it.
post #40549 of 76465
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

Some swag from the UK, combined with some finds from the streets of NYC.
Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - Turnbull & Asser
Tie - J. Press
Cufflinks - The London Badge & Button Co.
PS - Ashear
Braces - Paul Stuart
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand
Overcoat - Joseph Abboud
Scarf - Zegna
Hat - Selentino
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That is a particularly amazing tie.

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Does anyone know what happened to SF member 'bleachboy'? He used to post, and was a good guy and regular contributor, but he seemed to stopped posting about a year ago without any indication that he was going to do so.
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700

 

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Paul Smith

Eton

Rubinacci tie

TF ps

G&G 

post #40552 of 76465
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Originally Posted by Owen Meany View Post

My first pic posting. Sitting in on a deposition on a chilly rainy day:
SC: Corallorosso
Shirt: H&H
V-neck: HF
Slacks: Canali
Shoes: AS Exclusives, dbl monks
Watch: GO Sports Evo (bracket)
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I'm not in love with this coat. Although, it is interesting. Really like the shirt.
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Originally Posted by Cylon View Post

If I had to critique it, itd be my shirt doesnt sit right on my chest. Thoughts?

Don't have a lot to go on but I'd wager that either your neck size is a bit larger than what's typical for your body / chest (if the shirt is RTW) or else the shirt was cut for shoulders less sloped than yours (if it's RTW or MTM).
Edited by Cantabrigian - 11/29/12 at 11:18am
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

700

 

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Paul Smith

Eton

Rubinacci tie

TF ps

G&G 

 

I demand a better pic! IMO looks fantastic but the pic doen't allow us to see the tru colours of the outfit. The tie is fantastic, I want one! And the shoes, very very nice!

post #40555 of 76465
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

 

I demand a better pic! IMO looks fantastic but the pic doen't allow us to see the tru colours of the outfit. The tie is fantastic, I want one! And the shoes, very very nice!

Yeah my crappy pics like always :(

post #40556 of 76465
Stitchy, leave the jacket alone.
post #40557 of 76465
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Yeah my crappy pics like always :(

 

I think this outfit deserves a better picture. nod[1].gif

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second time this week for these shoes and this watch

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Really like the watch, Moss.

Please don't wear orphaned suitpants with your blazer. (Whether or not they are actually oprhaned suitpants, bridseye odd trousers are always orphaned suitpants.)
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

The tie is more aggressive than what I normally wear, but everything, including the overcoat, was in understated earth tones, so I wanted something to pop. I've not yet gotten around to having the sleeves of the jacket shortened.

 

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Good outfit Sir!!

PS looking good too. satisfied.gif

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