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When you start matching your otfit to the Salad in you restaurant, now thats real dedication. Loving it nod[1].gif
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Excellent outfit Rob.

Nitpick: can the collar points not be ironed flat?

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This suit is now wearable after being tailored, albeit still a bit on the tight side at the hips; tailor did what he could. Hopefully I'll resume weight loss.

 

 

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people wearing baseball caps in the restaurant? looks like you are back in the US...

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This really annoys me, you've made a great effort in dressing well in what seems like a nice restaurant serving good food and you've got some tossers in the background wearing baseball caps indoors. Why do restauranteurs allow this? I was happy in Claridges this morn when some guest came down with hats and were told to take them off.
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My grandfather always told me it was rude not to remove hats at the dinner table.
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Jacket seems a bit short (and I don't know what to wear with a velvet jacket, but I'm pretty sure it isn't cotton pants). French cuffs are probably too formal with everything else. And burn the socks (but I also dislike "fun" socks, so others here may be fans)

Thanks, a lot of my jackets are like this - I'm of a strange shape. If my jacket is the right length in regards to my waist it's way bellow my hands...if that makes sense. With my arms by my side the bottom of the jacket is about 3 inches longer than where the tips of my fingers are. Two tailors have noticed this, my Purdey jacket is a good middle match.

Re the cotton trousers- I was going to a lengthy show at the Albert Hall do wanted cool clothes! Good show too.

I quite like fun socks haha.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Jacket seems a bit short (and I don't know what to wear with a velvet jacket, but I'm pretty sure it isn't cotton pants). French cuffs are probably too formal with everything else. And burn the socks (but I also dislike "fun" socks, so others here may be fans)

Thanks, a lot of my jackets are like this - I'm of a strange shape. If my jacket is the right length in regards to my waist it's way bellow my hands...if that makes sense. With my arms by my side the bottom of the jacket is about 3 inches longer than where the tips of my fingers are. Two tailors have noticed this, my Purdey jacket is a good middle match.

Re the cotton trousers- I was going to a lengthy show at the Albert Hall do wanted cool clothes! Good show too.

I quite like fun socks haha.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Jacket seems a bit short (and I don't know what to wear with a velvet jacket, but I'm pretty sure it isn't cotton pants). French cuffs are probably too formal with everything else. And burn the socks (but I also dislike "fun" socks, so others here may be fans)

Thanks, a lot of my jackets are like this - I'm of a strange shape. If my jacket is the right length in regards to my waist it's way bellow my hands...if that makes sense. With my arms by my side the bottom of the jacket is about 3 inches longer than where the tips of my fingers are. Two tailors have noticed this, my Purdey jacket is a good middle match.

Re the cotton trousers- I was going to a lengthy show at the Albert Hall do wanted cool clothes! Good show too.

I quite like fun socks haha.
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A hat should as a rule not be worn indoors, at least not in polite society anyway.
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Well, where my grandparents left off the military stepped in. Thanks to that I am unable to wear a hat indoors without sweating profusely and looking around the room for stripes.

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Maybe its just me but I don´t feel wearing caps indoors as bad as an actual hat, but all at the dinner Table are a no no.

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Is that Buttermilk Channel?
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Excellent outfit Rob.
Nitpick: can the collar points not be ironed flat?

Yes it can, I was being a little lazy.

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people wearing baseball caps in the restaurant? looks like you are back in the US...

Where's Tony Soprano when you need him? At least its a Met hat.
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