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I was wearing it today.

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eat your heart out detective frank bullitt

 

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next level honeycomb - sole colour coordination

 

 

 

 

 

Deets on trousers?

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please...dereks navy blazer / green tie fit pales next to mine. I look so much better it's not even a competition any more. true story.

and so humble too! wink.gif
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Some details from last time...
And yes, I wore a pochette in my overcoat's breast pocket this time.


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Looks great from what I can see.
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eat your heart out detective frank bullitt

 

 

 

 

 

Great outfit! I usually do not like sleek turtlenecks, but this one is well coordinated with the modern-ish chukkas.

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CM, that is awesome. 

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eat your heart out detective frank bullitt










next level honeycomb - sole colour coordination



Very cool! I have the same outfit.
Working on building this one...
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For a restaurant, try Brasserie Zedel, a huge French brasserie in the basement of what was (or is) the Regent Palace Hotel, just off Piccadilly Circus - 20 Sherwood St. Decent food, but an amazing space.

Thanks for mentioning this Upper. Never heard of it before, but the menu looks great and surprisingly, not outrageously priced. When you say "decent" though, do you mean "not really all that good"?
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What is DTO?

For all you noobs, DTO was a member here who copied Phat Guido's style very frequently (albeit, his attempts were a far cry from PG's style, and DTO didn't have his budget). Nevertheless, he managed to piss off Phat Guido, and now when someone shamelessly copies the look of another styfo'er, they "DTO" them. foo.gif
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Some details from last time...
And yes, I wore a pochette in my overcoat's breast pocket this time.


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I really need a full pic of that. Excellent
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^^
And obviously Guido's style is inimitable, his artisanal sources being hid from the public eye, and sworn to serve only HRH.
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Thanks for mentioning this Upper. Never heard of it before, but the menu looks great and surprisingly, not outrageously priced. When you say "decent" though, do you mean "not really all that good"?

I've been there twice in the past year, once upon A-Level Results day and then again on my 18th birthday, the food is fantastic and the service really is top notch. Would really recommend it if you are in London. Also, check out B.Y.O.C. in Covent Garden, (Bring Your Own Cocktail), it costs £20 for entry and you have to book a table, but you bring a bottle of your choice and they mix it into cocktails for you, really cool place to go with friends etc.

Cheers Nick
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