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Herringbone Sydney
Cottonwork
Henry Carter Burgundy Grenadine
Meermin MTO
Random Square from Japan
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Herringbone Sydney
Cottonwork
Henry Carter Burgundy Grenadine
Meermin MTO
Random Square from Japan

 

Fantastic suit!

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Where do you wear this?

About town. I wear Morning Dress for work, to drink tea at the cafes and the local pub, to stroll Balboa Park, to visit the museums, to take a Lady out in the afternoon, to go to Farmer's Market, to attend the Del Mar Racetrack during race reason. Hopefully if I ever find a Garden Party in San Diego I will wear Morning Dress. There are not many Gardens to have Garden Party's here nor a formal mindset to facilitate an elegant culture. However most people here are quite kind and polite. Over the past 2 years San Diego has become increasing more open minded, creative, and cultivated.
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Long time, no see. Sup y'all...



Ermenegildo Zegna suit (Milano cut)
Borrelli FC
Polo Ralph foulard tie
Vintage Atelier Versace pochette
Creed Royal Scottish Lavender
Edward Green x Ralph Lauren Purple Label on the 888
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Long time, no see. Sup y'all...

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Ermenegildo Zegna suit (Milano cut)
Borrelli FC
Polo Ralph foulard tie
Vintage Atelier Versace pochette
Creed Royal Scottish Lavender
Edward Green x Ralph Lauren Purple Label on the 888

 

Nice soot! 

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Eidos Napoli guncheck SC
Michael Bastian OCBD
Cruciani e Bella knit
Boglioli moleskins (that have admittedly and unfortunately shrunk to near Thom inseam)
ROTM chukkas

Love the SC, absolutely something I'd wear, same goes for those chukkas. Pants are a bit too fashion forward for me. What's up with the collar on your shirt? Is it caught up on the lapel of the SC, or is it curling? I can't put my finger on it, although it does look like a button-down.
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Inspired by Cravate_Noire's recent outfit (which by the way I think is one of the best in recent weeks) I decided to bust out the black Grenadine...

Beard is also black and white.

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Inspired by Cravate_Noire's recent outfit (which by the way I think is one of the best in recent weeks) I decided to bust out the black Grenadine for a monotone outfit...


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I will not spoiler this cause it awesome!

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The Epaulet trousers have a purplish hue which doesn't read in the picture.
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Thank you all very much for the support thumbs! I appreciate it.




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eat your heart out detective frank bullitt



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next level honeycomb - sole colour coordination


I'm late to this post, but you're late to the game.

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Funny thing is, that you were the inspiration that made me buy a turtleneck in the first place, not steve mcqueen..

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Herringbone Sydney
Cottonwork
Henry Carter Burgundy Grenadine
Meermin MTO
Random Square from Japan

What a great suit/shirt/tie combo!
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Love the SC, absolutely something I'd wear, same goes for those chukkas. Pants are a bit too fashion forward for me. What's up with the collar on your shirt? Is it caught up on the lapel of the SC, or is it curling? I can't put my finger on it, although it does look like a button-down.

Agreed 100% on the pants - the inseam has shrunk to the point of them being nearly unwearable. I just love the fabric...

The shirt is indeed an unfastened BD collar.
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I love this coat. May I ask who makes it?

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Moo, hilarious & awesome cake.

 

 

lol, I hadn't heard this term before, but I think I know exactly what you mean. It's generally the girls under 20 or around that age that have taken to plastering themselves with make-up especially over the past few years. From what I remember, it never used to be so evident. I suspect these things move with changing fashions.

 

Hope you're enjoying the UK!

 

 

 

Tricky day to dress for. Had to go to court for some work, and didn't want to look as if I'm a lawyer, but still wanted to show some basic respect for the setting. Sober & smart but otherwise casual everything, except for the loud shirt, and no square, seemed the way to go:

 

never say this again bro.

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More cas' today. Jeans and no tie. Also wearing one of my favorite jackets which, surprisingly, has never appeared on SF before.

 

 

 

 

 

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