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Does this work? Not sure if the pattern in the sport jacket jives with the plaid shirt.
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

On fire today, Stitch.  Apart from your shy shirtsleeves. boxing[1].gif

lol, thanks, mimo.
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Love the color and pattern on that suit!

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

excellent. glad you got to get back into your groove.

Thanks guys.
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Org,

As an aside, I just took a look at your blog. Since you rarely push your own idea of what looks good (refreshing sometimes) it was interesting to see you explain some of your ideas and theories. Well done.

Thanks, man! I need to update the blog. I've been busy and lazy with it lately.

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Does this work? Not sure if the pattern in the sport jacket jives with the plaid shirt. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

It's not great. The pattern combo is meh, but the bigger issue IMO, is the colors. A pink and blue shirt like that is very spring-y and jars with the dark black-and-brown tones of the jacket.
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BTW, Stich, forgot to say your fit is very nice today. I like that shirt better than some of the other blue shirts you've posted recently, which seem (on my monitor anyway) to have purpleish or greenish tones to them that don't work as well with there rest of your fits.
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

BTW, Stich, forgot to say your fit is very nice today. I like that shirt better than some of the other blue shirts you've posted recently, which seem (on my monitor anyway) to have purpleish or greenish tones to them that don't work as well with there rest of your fits.

thanks, O. the last few shirts i posted were actually the same one i wore with a few different fits, and yes, it is purplish. then i have a robins egg-ish one, that might be what you see as green. this is one of my most "blue" blue shirts. glad you liked!
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Originally Posted by SeamasterLux View Post

Good morning gentlemen,

 

Today, we have an outfit I take out once a year due to a round lapel buttonhole (seemed a bit unusual from the start when I got it 3 years ago even if Smalto started doing the same on its SS 2013 main line).

 

MTM suit hand made by David Diagne

MTM shirt by Tailormail

Drakes cashmere tie

Charvet PS

 

P.S.: sorry for the mess, the apartment is being reorganized...

 

 

I don't know if it is the pic, the roped shoulder looks curious. Nice fit, though. 

 

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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

 

I hate running out of clean shirts due to lack of time to do laundry. This is all I had...

 

Sorry for the overexposed close-up picture, but the camera doesn't like my dark blazer. This was the lowest exposure.

 

What are your thoughts on removing the top "vestigial" buttons? Since the jacket has a quite high button stance, it may work.

 

 

 

I like the jacket Mr Diaz, I would leave the buttons. 

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Trying the woven silk PS again, this time with a three piece and bow tie. Too much? (Shirt is blue, all evidence to the contrary.)



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Originally Posted by Albert Hal View Post

 

 

More vintage: A Certina Waterking 215 Automatic from the 60´s and art deco cuff links from the 30´s works well with a bow tie from the 50´s and some more recent stuff.

 

 I need to look for cufflinks in the local thrift stores. Never thought of that!

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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

 

I hate running out of clean shirts due to lack of time to do laundry. This is all I had...

 

Sorry for the overexposed close-up picture, but the camera doesn't like my dark blazer. This was the lowest exposure.

 

What are your thoughts on removing the top "vestigial" buttons? Since the jacket has a quite high button stance, it may work.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 Cool jacket! At first I thought you should take them off but it looks OK with them on.

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Its been a while ...
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 Looking Dapper!

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Leave the jacket as it is. The proportions are fine the way that they are, and the two "vestigial" buttons are an integral part of the proportions.


It may be the pose, but everything looks short on the left side, Jacket sleeve and trouser leg? 

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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

 

I hate running out of clean shirts due to lack of time to do laundry. This is all I had...

 

Sorry for the overexposed close-up picture, but the camera doesn't like my dark blazer. This was the lowest exposure.

 

What are your thoughts on removing the top "vestigial" buttons? Since the jacket has a quite high button stance, it may work.

 

 


It may be the pose, but everything looks short on the left side, Jacket sleeve and trouser leg?

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Both are bunching up a little. Those french cuffs are huge and it happens a lot...

 

Anyways, the sleeves on this jacket are a bit on the short side, yes.

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Good Morn'all....

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Sorry for the blurring. I also know my pents are a bit too wide..
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Originally Posted by pudman43 View Post

Mine's from The Tie Bar, so I'm guessing yours is a nicer quality LOL.

Not sure about that, but for its price they're fine by me smile.gif
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