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This is awesome. And those glasses on you looks perfect!

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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

Casual with my only current jeans, bespoke sweater jacket, handsewn Saint Crispin's belt and random accessories.
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

This is awesome. And those glasses on you looks perfect!
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

Casual with my only current jeans, bespoke sweater jacket, handsewn Saint Crispin's belt and random accessories. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





 

They're bespoke too actually, I have a complicated face for glasses (and a numbe of complex sight defects) smile.gif.
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Shirt - whatevs

Pants - meh

Shoes - Bruno Maglis

 

 

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Who made the glasses, if you don't mind answering?
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A specialized German optician, no big mtm/bespoke service of a big brand, they make everything in their own workshop.
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Thanks. They suit you well.
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First post ever.  Fire away...

 

 

Canali blue birdseye 2B suit - recent sale purchase at Nordstrom

Luxire Blue University Stripe shirt (first order - MASSIVE collar)

Purple/Black Zadi tie - at least 15 years old

 
Apologies for the cr@p lighting...

Hello from another Portlander! Let me echo others to say I'm a little stunned to see a suit/SF/Portland person. I don't wear suits, but I do wear odd jacket and trousers most days.

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I think the only men in Portland who wear suits are bank managers, attorneys on their way to court and Nordstrom salesmen.

The Nordstrom salesmen don't wear suits. They wear black waistcoats over gray button-down shirts.

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The Nordstrom salesmen don't wear suits. They wear black waistcoats over gray button-down shirts.

Is that a new thing? Every Nordstrom I have ever been to (including two in Portland) they were certainly not in a uniform.
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Peter Millar stopped by yesterday doing a road trip visiting haberdasheries in the southeast (Myself on the right and my coworker on the left)



Today with a new Luciano Barbera ca$hmere knit tie:
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Hello from another Portlander! Let me echo others to say I'm a little stunned to see a suit/SF/Portland person. I don't wear suits, but I do wear odd jacket and trousers most days.

Well, I am a US-born Dutchman who wore suits 5 days a week for two decades working as a banker in Europe, and I now work as an independent financial advisor.    So the suit is a good choice for certain (prospective) clients and, indeed, meetings with attorneys....

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Nothing, I'm in the bath.

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Peter Millar stopped by yesterday doing a road trip visiting haberdasheries in the southeast (Myself on the right and my coworker on the left)



Today with a new Luciano Barbera ca$hmere knit tie:
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Love the tie!

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GREAT look, you should get foo.gifed and post it here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/309586/whnay-s-good-taste-thread/5500_100 


 

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Today with a new Luciano Barbera ca$hmere knit tie:
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