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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

Bleh, schleppy fit for a schleppy day IMO.. sweet tea, pecan pie and homemade wine... where the peaches grow (Click to show)

That's southern style done well.

Flannel + gingham would be a little uhoh.gif if it weren't for the fact that you kept everything else very conservative - block stripe tie, white linen square.

And the patch pockets bump it up from good to really good.
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Back in the office after a week of working from home, sick.

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Samuelsohn suit
BBGF shirt
Austin Reed tie
Faconnable square
AE boots
Bespoke coffee stains, courtesy of the giant new pothole on my morning commute.
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Sick for a week, worked from home, finally back to the office, and a coffee spill on the way? Kudos to you for managing a small smile, sir.
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Originally Posted by Anden View Post

Well I agree that they are awesome but it it takes over your outfit and doesn´t do the shoes justice.

fair enough, but i still like it. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

Back in the office after a week of working from home, sick.
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Samuelsohn suit
BBGF shirt
Austin Reed tie
Faconnable square
AE boots
Bespoke coffee stains, courtesy of the giant new pothole on my morning commute.

looking good (fit, not stain), glad you are feeling better.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Sick for a week, worked from home, finally back to the office, and a coffee spill on the way? Kudos to you for managing a small smile, sir.

this. i would have serious rage face after that.
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Originally Posted by driftking View Post


Yeah, about that crotch grab.....if you're going to take a picture of a 'crotch grab' please make sure you have a crotch worth showing off. It looks like you have a handful of cloth...


StyFo... the only place where even a crotch grab is analyzed.

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I was about to step out today looking like this...

 

 

But then snow happened.

 

 

 

F*** that shit.

 

 

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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

I was just quoting George Costanza in case you missed that reference.

But to answer your question, I hate two button collar bands. I blame in equal amounts my love for thick buttons and my lack of fine motor skills for this. The small buttons on my shirts are usually 14 ligne x 3,5mm. those are a pain in the hindquarters to button close next too each other. My collar band would leave enough space for two small buttons, since I too belong to the cervixes longiusculus, but I always opt for a regular big one; the fastened tie does the rest.

but yeah, judging collar preferences without knowing the shape of the corresponding face is rather pointless.

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FWIW, my buttons are 5mm thick and I still manage! I am a trooper.
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

Back in the office after a week of working from home, sick.
Pictures (Click to show)
IMG_1587.jpgIMG_1590.jpgIMG_1591.jpg
Samuelsohn suit
BBGF shirt
Austin Reed tie
Faconnable square
AE boots
Bespoke coffee stains, courtesy of the giant new pothole on my morning commute.

I keep a spare white shirt in my office specifically for this reason. Though, after it happened to me once, and I have the shirt there in case now, it will probably never happen again.
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Originally Posted by jobro View Post

I keep a spare white shirt in my office specifically for this reason. Though, after it happened to me once, and I have the shirt there in case now, it will probably never happen again.

Only one? Don Draper has a whole drawer full.
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There's a guy in my office who has literally a closet full of suits in the office. I should also mention that in the 5 years that I have known him I think I have seen him wear a suit about 3 times.
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

Back in the office after a week of working from home, sick.

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Samuelsohn suit
BBGF shirt
Austin Reed tie
Faconnable square
AE boots
Bespoke coffee stains, courtesy of the giant new pothole on my morning commute.

 

 Looking good- hope the stains come out OK! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

There's a guy in my office who has literally a closet full of suits in the office. I should also mention that in the 5 years that I have known him I think I have seen him wear a suit about 3 times.

Maybe he's worried that if he wears a suit you'll grab his crotch, too? confused.gif
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I don't know, the skinny-legged ball hugging chinos he wears are much more appropriate for such a thing.
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Originally Posted by recondite View Post

Your younger and shorter brother wants his blazer back.

I disagree with this comment. If anything, I noticed that the right shoulder overhangs a smidge. So the younger brother has one wider shoulder? I don't think the length is bad. In a super conservative/classical sense, maybe. But for a casual jacket, the length is modern. How open the quarters are is a taste preference in my mind. Perhaps these being so open and showing the sweater makes it appear smaller.
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post


I disagree with this comment. If anything, I noticed that the right shoulder overhangs a smidge. So the younger brother has one wider shoulder? I don't think the length is bad. In a super conservative/classical sense, maybe. But for a casual jacket, the length is modern. How open the quarters are is a taste preference in my mind. Perhaps these being so open and showing the sweater makes it appear smaller.

Ignore him, he's a troll.
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