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Welcome Spring (and not a moment too soon . . .)

Suit - BB GF
Shirt & Tie - BB
Cufflinks - London Badge & Button Co.
PS - no name brand
Boots - Paul Stuart
Overcoat - BB
Scarf - HF
Hat - Selentino Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
 
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How did you manage to get Spring?  We still have snow on the ground here - with a fresh dusting just last night.  Love it all, particularly the shirt.  I must add a pink shirt for the warmer season, if it ever arrives.

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How did you manage to get Spring?  We still have snow on the ground here - with a fresh dusting just last night.  Love it all, particularly the shirt.  I must add a pink shirt for the warmer season, if it ever arrives.

Spring has arrived in New York calendrically more than meteorologically - it's still cold, and there are still vestiges of snow on the ground in Manhattan, which should disappear today, as we do have sunshine, and the temperatures are to reach the low 40'sF/7C mark this PM. However, I'm ever the optimist. smile.gif
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Optimism is good.  I'll be stopping by the downtown Toronto BB at lunch today and will keep an eye out for a similar shirt.

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This I don't fully understand. Would a smaller check pattern on the shirt make it better in your opinion? The Herringbone pattern is quite small so I decided against a small blue and white gingham shirt. Was that the wrong decision?
The amplitude of the herringbone is of similar length to the sides of the check.

I knew this was the basis of your objection, but you're overthinking it. I stand by my suggestion of a smaller dose of whatever it is you're smoking. smile.gif
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I knew this was the basis of your objection, but you're overthinking it. I stand by my suggestion of a smaller dose of whatever it is you're smoking. smile.gif


Yes, yes, I could do that. Or you could drink the Kool-Aid, swing by Golden Gate Park, and come mix metaphors with us.

 

EDIT: I don't recall SF all that well. My last visit was in 2007. Is Golden Gate Park where smelly hippie types walk around muttering "nuggets" under their breath when a clean cut looking fellow like myself walks past?

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very nice, crusty, but what spring? its freezing and windy here. cold[1].gif


big T - very coo. so srs!
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.. dp
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very nice, crusty, but what spring? its freezing and windy here. cold[1].gif
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stupid wind blowin at my jacket and pents! (Click to show)
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Damn, Stitchy, that is NICE.

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^^thought you were sockless hahahaha.

Looks great stitchy.
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thanks, dudes!

lol derek, i am sockless, i have weird skin coloration and freckle patterns.
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Eidos Napoli jacket & tie
Kiton shirt
Isaia trou
ROTM chukkas
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^^jacket looks fucking great. I love how comfortable it looks.
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^^jacket looks fucking great. I love how comfortable it looks.

Super soft - French faced, full canvas, no shoulder. Most comfortable jacket I've ever owned.
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