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navy turtleneck with NOBD™ plastic buttons on this peacoat.

smile.gif You know what to get...
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Nobody?

Is that some sort of existential question?
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What are your general rules for combining textures, if you don't mind? That looks like a corduroy jacket with a silk tie and PS. Would it have also been reasonable to pair it will a wool tie?

I have more of a negative rule which is not to wear really shiny ties with more rustic fabrics. Then again, I don't do any really shiny ties anymore. A wool tie could have worked with this, I think, but I felt like I needed some contrasting textures. BTW, the hank is actually a silk/wool blend (sorry Stitchy) and has no sheen.
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nice cords SB.

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Trying on hats at Cable Car Clothiers in San Francisco yesterday:

Hat Panama -(made in Ecuador) from Cable Car
Jacket -bespoke NSM cashmere wool blend tweed
Shirt- End on end blue MTM from My Tailor
Tie - Bespoke through NSM from EG Cappelli
Glasses- SALT


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Trying on hats at Cable Car Clothiers in San Francisco yesterday: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Hat Panama -(made in Ecuador) from Cable Car
Jacket -bespoke NSM cashmere wool blend tweed
Shirt- End on end blue MTM from My Tailor
Tie - Bespoke through NSM from EG Cappelli
Glasses- SALT

awesome. and the hat looks great. its not a pitti hat, but its cool all the same. wink.gif
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Trying on hats at Cable Car Clothiers in San Francisco yesterday:

Hat Panama -(made in Ecuador) from Cable Car
Jacket -bespoke NSM cashmere wool blend tweed
Shirt- End on end blue MTM from My Tailor
Tie - Bespoke through NSM from EG Cappelli
Glasses- SALT



This is great. One of the most successful hat-wearings I've seen.
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Trying on hats at Cable Car Clothiers in San Francisco yesterday:

Hat Panama -(made in Ecuador) from Cable Car
Jacket -bespoke NSM cashmere wool blend tweed
Shirt- End on end blue MTM from My Tailor
Tie - Bespoke through NSM from EG Cappelli
Glasses- SALT
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Great photo.
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

Trying on hats at Cable Car Clothiers in San Francisco yesterday:

Hat Panama -(made in Ecuador) from Cable Car
Jacket -bespoke NSM cashmere wool blend tweed
Shirt- End on end blue MTM from My Tailor
Tie - Bespoke through NSM from EG Cappelli
Glasses- SALT


 

 


This is great. One of the most successful hat-wearings I've seen.

 

I very much agree, that's some alain delon 'le samourai' hat-wearing right there. tibor could learn something here.

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It's a little bit '70s, but the Live & Let Die look is kind of fun. I wound up listening to B.T. Express while taking the pictures, too. I think it would look more contemporary with less-fully cut gray flannels, instead of these brown whipcords. The burnt orange tie doesn't help.





I actually dig the tie and the jacket. But for as slimming as that jacket is, those pants look practically parachute ready. Maybe think about getting a slimmer pair of trousers. Colors are nice though. Kind of tweedy and professorial.
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awesome. and the hat looks great. its not a pitti hat, but its cool all the same. wink.gif

This ones for you Stitch....smile.gif


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how much are those bad boys, maybe you can proxy for me on one?
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how much are those bad boys, maybe you can proxy for me on one?

Just contact Jonathan Levin the owner at Cable Car Clothiers in SF . He will fix you up. They had these in several colors.

My wife saw this photo, burst out laughing and said,"you look like an old fashioned English poet!"
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

So, you made the suit?
Designed it yes. Someone else stitched it together though.
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

Just contact Jonathan Levin the owner at Cable Car Clothiers in SF . He will fix you up. They had these in several colors.

My wife saw this photo, burst out laughing and said,"you look like an old fashioned English poet!"

Awesome! Thank you very much.

This will make for an excellent future WAYWRN post.

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