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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Today. Does this count as 3 pattern or 4 pattern combo?  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


i dont know the official rule, but i would say 3, as the jacket is a solid, not a pattern.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


i dont know the official rule, but i would say 3, as the jacket is a solid, not a pattern.

 

Look closely, Estitchy. biggrin.gif

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Pretty meh frown.gif
3 pattern Wednesday. This suit used to fit a lot better....



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The Chill before the storm...4 patterns if you count the OC:







6 if you count the square and the subtle weave of the pant.
All Ercoles, except shoes (Carmina x Epaulet) and the tie (Yellow Hook) and square (Armani)
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like that combo, mal. deets on the tie?

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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Look closely, Estitchy. biggrin.gif

is that a self pattern glen plaid? really hard to tell on my computer even in the enlarged pic.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

like that combo, mal. deets on the tie?

Cheers smile.gif
It's a *very* old Drake's.
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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

The Chill before the storm...4 patterns if you count the OC: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






6 if you count the square and the subtle weave of the pant.
All Ercoles, except shoes (Carmina x Epaulet) and the tie (Yellow Hook) and square (Armani)

Man, I love the tie...but after seeing on both you and Spoo, I think that bad boy is best relegated to solid SC/suits. It's so ffffuuuu.gif and contrasting that even Spoo's grey with stripes was even too much for the retinas. Anyhow, I love the components separately, and always dig the way you put things together, but this tie is very challenging.
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Originally Posted by IrateCustomer View Post

Man, I love the tie...but after seeing on both you and Spoo, I think that bad boy is best relegated to solid SC/suits. It's so ffffuuuu.gif and contrasting that even Spoo's grey with stripes was even too much for the retinas. Anyhow, I love the components separately, and always dig the way you put things together, but this tie is very challenging.

Yes its a challenging tie. This is really for spring summer, and I'm trying to wear all of my samples to make sure they're good to go. FTR, I plan on wearing this with a khaki tan cotton or linen suit, or a light grey...maaayyyybbbeeee my brown fresco.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

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is that a self pattern glen plaid? really hard to tell on my computer even in the enlarged pic.

 

I don't know what is glen palid, but yeap the suit has like a windowpane or prince of wales design... I don't know a lot abuot that. biggrin.gif

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Malford, great suit, and great fit. Well done.
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Malford, great suit, and great fit. Well done.

 

Agreed.  And an excellent counterpoint to the "black shoes are always awful" crowd.

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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

Cheers smile.gif
It's a *very* old Drake's.

i think i asked about this before. i love that tie. cheers.gif
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

I don't know what is glen palid, but yeap the suit has like a windowpane or prince of wales design... I don't know a lot abuot that. biggrin.gif

glen plaid is like small POW i guess is a good way to put it. like this.

various colors, with and without overcheck.
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im no expert, but i would say even a self pattern counts. 4 it is then. smile.gif
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inlandisland, that buttoning point seems awfully high...
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It's a little higher than I would prefer, a very common issue for me with anything OTR.

The timer caught me leaning forward a little, so this isn't the best picture to judge by, but you can see the buttoning point in relation to the length of the jacket better in this one: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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