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I know its wide, really wide... Oh well. I bought it online and I found out in person. I try and make good use of it.
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I was out in the morning and afternoon in "Morning Dress". In the evening I just threw on a camel coat and scarf . I broke the rules and hid the evidence with outerwear.
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Originally Posted by Tibor View Post



6 1/4" inch tall Bell Crown Dunlap & Co "Extra Quality" Top Hat Circa (1895-1905)
Ralph Lauren Purple Label Camel Hair Double Breasted Overcoat with ticket pocket (Modern)
1930's British manufactured heavy wool Morning Coat
White Silk Scarf (modern)
1920's Ivory colored Double Breasted Waistcoat (Linen)
Gieves & Hawkes light blue shirt with white detachable collar and cuff (Modern)
1930's Mother of pearl Cufflinks
Magnanni Oxford dress shoes (modern)

Fuck me, that looks too cool. Where do you live?
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Tibor = Pimp.

Zero fucks given.
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Originally Posted by Cedric View Post

^ Nice!
Hey Tirailleur,
I will also be transferring to West Africa mid next year?
How do you find wearing suits in 27-30C (80F) weather?
OT Question, how does cashmere clothing fare in the aforementioned weather situations?

You can get away with wearing suits in this weather depwnding on the suit. I really only wear suits while im in Nigeria and it is always by choice. I just make sure they are slightly lined and areof the cotton/linen/wool blend variety. Native clothing is cool, I just like my folds on my ties instead of my agbada
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Fuck me, that looks too cool. Where do you live?

 

He is literally standing under a sign telling you where he lives facepalm.gif

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We call them golf trousers in Sweden. They are surprisingly comfortable.. And fun.
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This seems like an appropriate time (other than being about 6 months late) to post this horrible picture of when I ran into Tibor at a bar in San Diego. Internet fame at it's best when I come running up to you asking for a picture. 

 

 

700

 

Very nice guy in real life. 

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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post

thanks....also, thanks for saying you didnt know when i asked you in an email last week ya lazy fucker. wink.gif

my pleasure. lol, yeah, i wasnt 100% sure at the time, and i was 100% too lazy to verify what i thought was the case. today i remedied that.
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Originally Posted by Albert Hal View Post

We call them golf trousers in Sweden. They are surprisingly comfortable.. And fun.

Shouldn't they be worn only on the golf course then? Or they could be worn in general also (like the city?)

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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Please explain to me why I can see the outline of pinky and ball pushed out of the natural lines of the shoe silhouette on both feet.
Imo this should not be the case in a well fitting pair of shoes.
Might be the shoe is too loose in the instep or heel but your forefoot seems very wide, too wide for the last the shoe is made on.

there is a very simple explanation. because of the way i leaned forward for the pic, my feet are pushed far forward into the shoe. look at the heel gap. when standing normally they fit quite well, but with my feet crammed forward like that, they look too snug in the front and too loose in the back.

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Originally Posted by codeman92190 View Post

He is literally standing under a sign telling you where he lives facepalm.gif

My bad, sorry
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Originally Posted by codeman92190 View Post

He is literally standing under a sign telling you where he lives facepalm.gif

My bad, sorry
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All in good fun wink.gif

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First off, thank you, Tibor, for keeping the boundaries of what may be posted here wide. Your attire may be "costume-y" to some, but it makes sense to you, you wear it with some sense of authority, and it is always of interest.

In comparison, what I'm posting today pales . . .

Something more formal and somber for today, as I've got to attend a funeral this morning, before heading to the office. I am sure that what I'm wearing probably violates many "rules" of proper attire for a funeral, but I am sure that the aggrieved will be more interested in my presence at proceedings than what I am wearing.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - BB
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Niletti Creations, NYC
Watch chain - vintage
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC
Overcoat - BB
Scarf - Paul Stuart
Hat - Selentino, via JJ Hat Center


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