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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

^^^ That tie leaves an imprint on my eyes when I look away.


hence the color's name bounce2.gif.  

 

There is also a "fuck you yellow" that you'll see on certain sports cars.

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hence its name bounce2.gif

 

cheers.gif

 

Well played.

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Fifty shades of grey - minus 48. A double-header today - yesterday's and today's attire.

Yesterday:
Suit & braces - New & Lingwood
Overcoat, shirt, PS, & tie - BB
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand
Scarf - Johnston's of Elgin
Hat - Selentino


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Today:

Suit, tie, PS, & shoes - BB
Shirt - Lewin
Cufflinks - Penhaligon's
Raincoat & scarf - Burberry
Hat - Weatherproof


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post #45124 of 75652
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

My "fuck you red" tie, worn in part for Monday and in part because I haven't been wearing Thomas Pink much since joining SF.

 

One word... Excellent!!!   (and the tie is in context as well IMO)

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More vintage: Harris Tweed + home knitted

 

 

Atlantic Manhattan from the 60´s

 

 

Docksta Slippers Brogues  by Mats Theselius

post #45126 of 75652
Nice hal.


Morning all. Increasing natural light doing wonders for color rendition

natural light.


not so natural light.
post #45127 of 75652
i imagine the age old matchy neg will be applied to your SC/tie, but i like it.
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These pants that come closer to fitting me than most. Any rec's for pants which fit really skinny through the thighs but still have a reasonable rise and leg opening would be much appreciated. Any suggestions on the combination would also be great. Shoes are burg weejuns, which always look brown because of my weird mix of natural light, fluorescents, and incandescent bulbs.

 

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Blue, green and brown paired with dark brown moleskins and cordovan tassels.

 

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Awesome, Anden! Would like to see the whole outfit. Is that a green grenadine?
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   MUCH better look mr. Crust. Still a pro but a little lighter & more approachable.  Good job.

   Now about those hats  . . . . nevermnd

 

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Yesterday:
Hat - Selentino
Today:

Hat - Weatherproof
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Originally Posted by Anden View Post

Blue, green and brown paired with dark brown moleskins and cordovan tassels.



Anden, this is nice, but that is some definite square fail going on there. Not only is the puff crazy, but it's too close to the color of the jacket. I say this out of love, because this has some real potential--it's a great fit outside of the square. Seriously, this is one of the better fits we've seen here lately, aside from that square.
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Originally Posted by YRR92 View Post

These pants that come closer to fitting me than most. Any rec's for pants which fit really skinny through the thighs but still have a reasonable rise and leg opening would be much appreciated. Any suggestions on the combination would also be great. Shoes are burg weejuns, which always look brown because of my weird mix of natural light, fluorescents, and incandescent bulbs.

 

 

Those trousers might have a long and distinguished history in the sartorial tradition of... someplace, that I don't know about. But the only thing I think of when I see them is pajama bottoms.

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Blue, green and brown paired with dark brown moleskins and cordovan tassels. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


love it. that is a KILLER jacket.
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

Those trousers might have a long and distinguished history in the sartorial tradition of... someplace, that I don't know about. But the only thing I think of when I see them is pajama bottoms.

I agree. They are way too loud.

Patterned trousers are exceptionally difficult to do well.
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