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stitch, nice use of textures. 

 

fred, great look today. 

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Today is a day of new acquisitions, the major one being today's suit, MTM from Brooks Bros. The tie was acquired on my recent trip to London, as were the cufflinks, and the hat was an early Xmas present from my partner. Note that the inclusion of braces occurred prior to realizing that BB hadn't put in brace buttons (an error I will have corrected in due time).

I continue to be amazed by both the raw count and %age of your outfits I love.
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Thank you gentlemen. Much appreciated.
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Fred wins the Best Hair award every day.
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As much as the OP has responded to this criticism in an effective manner (with a touch of the humor for which Sheepy is so well-known) , might I suggest that, as the OP is a bespoke tailor, and is in the business of selling his services as such, that "contrived and fussy" is also "attention-getting" - an effective form of advertising. The OP is his own billboard, and his own wardrobe is designed to be visually arresting (even at the expense of being "natural") and technically superb.
FWIW, were the suit for myself, I would forego the roped shoulders.

Sort of but in this instance it was more about a Gilbert and George look.

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I continue to be amazed by both the raw count and %age of your outfits I love.

I now know to whom to apply when I wish to change jobs, and wish to become a personal valet satisfied.gif
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Fred wins the Best Hair award every day.

Coming from you, that is a rare tribute indeed.
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Fred wins the Best Hair award every day.

Fred's true identity..?!

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Fred wins the Best Hair award every day.

Say what now? I thought you reserved this award for yourself.
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

As much as the OP has responded to this criticism in an effective manner (with a touch of the humor for which Sheepy is so well-known) , might I suggest that, as the OP is a bespoke tailor, and is in the business of selling his services as such, that "contrived and fussy" is also "attention-getting" - an effective form of advertising. The OP is his own billboard, and his own wardrobe is designed to be visually arresting (even at the expense of being "natural") and technically superb.
FWIW, were the suit for myself, I would forego the roped shoulders.

Yes of course. Though, I wouldn't go so far as "visually arresting." Only heart-shaped buttocks, heaving breasts, or a knowing glance from yours truly could possibly warrant the phrase.

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Yes of course. Though, I wouldn't go so far as "visually arresting." Only heart-shaped buttocks, heaving breasts, or a knowing glance from yours truly could possibly warrant the phrase.

When you are grazing in the meadow, no ewe is truly safe.
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I like the SC, sheepy. Details?
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Faconnable.
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stitch, nice use of textures. 

fred, great look today. 

thank you kindly, sir.
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PHOTO BOMB!!!
new pink cashmere drakes tie, courtesy of rambo teh awesome dude.

 

Excellent outfit today Sir.

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Faconnable.

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Love the shoes

Really? Respectfully, I disagree. Those lasts are way too pointy! And with the stripey socks, I'm surprised he's not a member of the lollipop-guild. Maybe it's 'fashionable', but definitely no style points to my eyes... I like the soft shoulders on the jacket and lapels though.
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