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O Man! This looks sharp!!

fuck yeah it does
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For some weird reason, I can't post comments in thumbs up right now, so forgive the lack of feedback along with them upthread.

 

 

Same here. confused.gif

 

SeamasterLux, in theory the wool tie and suede shoes rusticize your city look in a bad way, but in practice and for some reason I still love it. Looks fresh... 

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700 Fred Astaire in You'll Never Get Rich, 1941 (from Wikipedia)

 

Thank you FillW for an interesting link about button hole flowers and boutonnieres. But my primary question remains. How can I fasten a carnation as Fred Astaire did, pointing forward. Anyone that knows - or is it a forgotten knowledge?

 

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Here's a link about the subject:

http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/boutonnieres-mens-lapel/

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Ohnona
Courtot
Drakes
Brooks Brothers

This is more like what tasteful James Bond would wear. Excellent.
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Today.

 

 

700

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Seamaster I'll join the applause for that one, well done.

For me, bright tie and no square today





Suit: Herringbone Sydney
Shirt: Henry Carter
Tie: Henry Carter orange knit (sold out but re-stocking before xmas)
Shoes: Herring Reading
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All wrinkled and crooked up after workday smile.gif
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seamaster lux, wins again!
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O Man! This looks sharp!!

The perfect example of slim and fitted done right. Classic fit full cutters please take note!

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All wrinkled and crooked up after workday smile.gif

You still need to get that jacket taken in man. It makes you look blocky.

Dig the shoes.

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I don't think it should be taken in, it's starting to pull already on the top button. It's looking blocky because the cut is off for his body shape. Wide peak lapels like that need a longer line so both could have a slightly higher peak and a lower button stance, which would lengthen the lapel and have a more slimming effect.

Seamasters above is a good example, though admittedly hard to see in the light.
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Nice, Seamaster. Love the tie.

 

Many thanks aravenel, it took me a while to appreciate this tie but now I do love it.

 

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O Man! This looks sharp!!

 

As said by PM, I deeply appreciate your comment.

 

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I can't put comments in the like button, but I like this a lot. 

 

Thanks to you, I've now noticed that there's a like button on the forum. I didn't know blush.gif

 

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fuck yeah it does

 

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Same here. confused.gif

 

SeamasterLux, in theory the wool tie and suede shoes rusticize your city look in a bad way, but in practice and for some reason I still love it. Looks fresh... 

 

That's a bit what Luxembourg is about actually, a financial city in the country side. I guess I'm becoming like the country crackup[1].gif

 

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This is more like what tasteful James Bond would wear. Excellent.

 

Gotta be one of the nicest comments I've had fistbump.gif

 

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Seamaster I'll join the applause for that one, well done.

 

Thank you Charlie. Excellent suit on your side.

 

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seamaster lux, wins again!

 

I'm feeling the pressure right now tounge.gif

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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

You still need to work out a bit, man. Your muffin top makes you look blocky.
FTFT

(Fixed that for truth)
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 Fred Astaire in You'll Never Get Rich, 1941 (from Wikipedia)

Thank you FillW for an interesting link about button hole flowers and boutonnieres. But my primary question remains. How can I fasten a carnation as Fred Astaire did, pointing forward. Anyone that knows - or is it a forgotten knowledge?
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Originally Posted by FillW View Post

Here's a link about the subject:
http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/boutonnieres-mens-lapel/

A florist (or you, if you're so inclined) can wrap wire around the stem of the flower, then the florist's tape, and bend it into the L shape necessary to make the flower face out.
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What's up, you jokers.



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