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@Clagg: loving the hard three there

I really like the occasional hard three. There is something a little more clean cut about them than a 2 or 3roll2. I wish I saw more of them on WAYWRN, especially in odd jackets, to draw inspiration from. A few months back, Kappelan posted a brilliant example (or...er...it may have been Kaplan). The purchase of that jacket was a direct result from that picture.

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I like this look, not a fan of the shoes. 

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Foo's cream silk one square theory renders poorly in bad lighting:

 

Jacket is fantastic! Great combo!

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SC: "Napoli de Nordstrom" cashmere
Shirt: Eton
Tie: Isaia
Belt: AE
Trousers: Zenella
Shoes: Carmina suede/ calf
Watch: Choppard MM Chrono on a bracket
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horrible lighting today. very foggy and misty out. sorry. frown.gif



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Wonderful overcoat Stitch, deets?  I've been looking for a good overcoat to pick up.

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Trying to remember to multiquote, now we can't do thumbs comments. :(

 

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You've (rightly) had a lot of stick for some of your outfits, but I rather like this one as a somewhat decadent night-out look. It has the right blend of slickness and louchness for that sort of setting. Definitely an evening look, for a particular kind of night out, but it would be very good in that sort of setting.

 

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I like true 3B jackets (my own bespoke suits tend to be true 3B) but IMO the buttons could do with all being ever so slightly lower (maybe about 0.5"-1" down on each). It's still fine, and the outfit is well put-together but I think would work even better with slightly lower buttons. The jacket's pattern/colour looks very nice indeed.

 

Originally Posted by Albert Hal View Post

Shirt with "Acetonized" collar 1940´s.

Interesting. So, what does that mean? Does it look/feel different?

 

 

 

Start of a new week but didn't have much to do today. I don't think the dark shirt will go down well here, but hey-ho... it's not a denim weave, by the way, I think it's an oxford weave, but quite a dense one.

 

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Morning
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Like your socks Stitchy!
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Don't forget to bid for a pair of Kent Wang shoes, to benefit the Ronald McDonald House, here:

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Cheers,

Fok.
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I like this look, not a fan of the shoes. 

Thanks. Well the slippers I just wear inside since it's so cold :)

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Owen Meany, you seem to have a long neck and could probably profit from a higher collar.
Nevertheless I like your outfit.

EDIT: Just had a second look and the collar band already seems to be pretty tall.
That is one hell of a long neck wink.gif
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fred - i like your unbuttoned cuff steez. fing02[1].gif
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Wonderful overcoat Stitch, deets?  I've been looking for a good overcoat to pick up.

thanks, man! its a 100% softest pure cashmere ever made, emernegilido zegna. got it for a "steal" (relatively speaking) at NM last call.
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Like your socks Stitchy!

thanks! cheers.gif
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Yeah, fuller pants. After trying more tapered dress pants as suggested here, the result was a trainwreck, probably cause my hips are wider than most folks think. These are way more flattering IMO.

I like the fuller cut of the trousers, but the tie and PS patterns are too similar in scale for my taste, possibly also slightly too warm in palette as well.

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A challenging day for which to dress - inclement weather in NYC, warmer than normal for December (highs around 15C/60F), and I'm to meet up with mktitsworth for a midday meal. I hope that I'm not over-insulated (no overcoat/raincoat today - hat and umbrella only), and that I'll pass muster with my lunch guest.

Suit - BB GF
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Ferragamo
PS - Ashear
Cufflinks - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Watch chain - vintage
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC
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Looking good, Señor Crust. Give my regards to Tits.

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The hard three is tough to pull off. They frequently are too reminiscent of an overcoat to my eye. If you like, though, this seems a pretty good example of the breed.
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Like the Sheep, I am also paying to the foo.gif with a cream silk in my pocket today.



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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Owen Meany, you seem to have a long neck and could probably profit from a higher collar.
Nevertheless I like your outfit.
EDIT: Just had a second look and the collar band already seems to be pretty tall.
That is one hell of a long neck wink.gif

Thanks for the input, but its just the angle...
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