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Congrats, Citan. cheers.gif

What Moo said.
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Corneliani Suit

Brooks Brothers Scarf

Nordstrom Gloves

Luxire Shirt

Sam Hober Tie and Pocket Square

AE Strands

 


Edited by PiCcolocV - 2/23/13 at 9:33pm
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Excellent, P! A bit more dimple in the tie and it would be amazing.
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post


Where do you get those camo double monks???

 

I'm not sure where the monks themselves have come from, but possibly Septieme Largeur (http://www.septiemelargeur.fr/rennan--forme-206-naturel-a-patiner-p17875-fr.html),  They do their own custom patinas of course, but also sell the plain crust shoes if you want to arrange your own, so I think that must be it.

 

I've seen a picture of camouflaged monks like that by Alexander Nurulaeff of "Dandy Shoe Care" in Rome (http://www.dandyshoecare.it).  He does all sorts of custom patina stuff, but I think this is one of his signature things, called "Urban Jungle" or something.  Hang on...let me see....yep, here it is: http://www.theshoesnobblog.com/2012/08/todays-favorites-camouflage-patina-by.html

 

I've not had anything from him myself although I did make some enquiries.  Very responsive and helpful guy, and if you don't like this, his portfolio is pretty impressive.

 

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I really, really love this from top to toe.  Your crazy roped shoulders make me smile.  Thank you, individuality makes the world a better place.

 

 

 

On the flip side of that, funeral today, so black tie, no bright socks or coloured laces, and slip-on monks for easy divestment at the mosque.

 

 

 

 

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Looking good mimo.
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I like it, however, I think with those shoulders, you need to make a wider lapel.

I believe this is the same suit?

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Lapels actually cover the collar points, but I'm half-squatting to get low enough to take the pic.


Love that swag. Really good combo. Nice lapel roll on the jacket! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I like it, however, I think with those shoulders, you need to make a wider lapel.

I believe this is the same suit?

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Oh I really dislike that picture. I was hungover and I'd been wearing the suit the night before and it certainly shows. Yep it's the same suit. I have narrowed the lapels since the picture without my glasses on. I'm actually thinking of making it a 3 button rather than a 2 roll 3.
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Yesterdays outfit

 

Jacket - Morris Heritage

Shirt - Eton

Tie - Sartoria Pari

Pochette - Morris Heritage

Scarf - Morris 

Trousers - Oscar Jacobson

Boots - RM Williams

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Skinny trousers - very Swedish.

Lovely jacket.
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Cool jacket. Can you comfortably walk in these pants, or do you have to do a stiff-legged waddle?
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I thought the way he uses the scarf under the blazer looks awesome. Will try that someday.


Edited by Hampton - 2/23/13 at 12:01pm
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Originally Posted by Citan1145 View Post

Happy friday everyone. I found out I was matched to my number 1 choice for clinical psychology internship. I am very happy! So I wore my favorite color..purple!

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Congrats on your placement! This purple sweater is a knockout.
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Hehe yes, they are fitted, but the wrinkles are due to the fact that I'm to lazy to press my trousers. They are as I said very fitted, but they are definately not limiting or snug.

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