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You wore that jacket earlier this week, right Hal? Couldn't find the post though...

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I thought it was time to dig something out of the "archives". According to the dry cleaner's tag on today's suit, I've not worn it since May 2012.

Suit - BB Regent
Shirt & tie - Tyrwhitt
Cufflinks - Deakin & Francis, via DeNatale, NYC
PS - PRL
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand
Topcoat - Tyrwhitt
Hat - Selentino
Scarf - Ede & Ravenscroft


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You wore that jacket earlier this week, right Hal? Couldn't find the post though...

I wore it in the 1970´s. And I still can!

But In stiches published it 9 hours ago. See above.

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I've been on a white(-ish) turtleneck (roll neck, whatever) kick recently. Bought a thicker & heathered beige one from William Lockie for wearing with odd jackets/cords/etc and this whiter/brighter thinner one from Ballantyne for using with casual grey suits like this one:

 

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looks like I will be making my 800th post here then:

 

 

tie is burgundy with navy stripes, pocketsquare is olive

 

 

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HF, glad you found your sweater. FWI what you are wearing is a turtleneck. This is a rollneck:

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Thanks. There does seem to be a broad interchangeability of the terminology though, across makers. For example, Lockie themselves (and many of the more traditional makers) refer to the style of jumper that I'm wearing as a roll neck. I've always called them turtlenecks though. Probably just my ill-educated bourgeois upbringing but I'm far too stubborn to change, so... tongue.gif

 

By the way, that guy has an even cheesier grin than I do. I must work on it more...

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Crusty - You should wear that suit more often, it's quite nice.

HF - I think that is my favorite suit of yours, I love it.
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I think this would be infinitely better with a regular collar, not spread.

 

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Thanks for comments/feedback, guys!

Today: Snow Day

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Stitch, you are seriously killing this shit right now; I have no idea how you have improved so much! :)

 

 

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Stitchy, that's a very nice fit. Love the shirt/tie/jacket combo, and the socks are awesome. I kinda feel like it might benefit from some worsted trousers for some texture contrast between jacket and trou.
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Today: trying out a new (ebay bargain) Aquascutum suit (we won't be seeing many more of these now they've collapsed). It needs half an inch off the sleeves (and the trouser length - although you can't see that here). The colour is much more olive/brown IRL. Tie is Marinelli for Drumohr. Vintage bar. Shirt is CT Black Label - which I know should probably be a slightly more casual model, but the only other shirts I had that were ironed this morning were either even less casual or the wrong colour entirely...

 

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I got a shearling coat and in the pocket was this bag.  The spare button (made of horn), and a piece of waxy board.

 

What is this board used for?  

 

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 Can you ask the people you bought it from?

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