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Thanks for the feedback and thumbs. To Holdfast, the suit is - like most of my suits these days - from Suitsupply
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Stitches you need a cream silk square. foo.gif
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Szar- Red ties are horrible, especially with white shirts. Also, I wouldn't advertise that lining. Also, white leather and white boxcloth suspenders are for white and black tie only.
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Stitches you need a cream silk square. foo.gif

lol. no PSs for me !
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I regret nothing.

Nor do I.

 

Check out dat roll. (Click to show)


Dat toilet paper roll.

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Toilet pictures always get a thumbs-up from me.
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DerekS, I don't think mixing wine red and true red works.

GMMcL, you may regret nothing, but I hope that next time you'll choose different pants.

Stitchy, I would like that better with a lighter shade of blue for the shirt. Not to get all foo.gif but there isn't enough contrast with the tie. This is the challenge of gray ties IMO.
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SB - I hear that, and it's probably not a bad idea. I like this shirt with this jacket though because they both have a purpleish hue. I wanted to give this tie a whirl, i like it, but maybe I'll try lighter shirt or darker tie next time.
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Szar- Red ties are horrible, especially with white shirts. Also, I wouldn't advertise that lining. Also, white leather and white boxcloth suspenders are for white and black tie only.

 

Wat. I don't agree with any of this (except that lining thing).

 

There is red and then there is red, though it does look better with a light blue shirt. And for white or black tie I wouldn't use suspenders with leather tabs, but knitted ends.

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I disagree with you. I stand by what I said.
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I'm a moderator and frequent contributor there, yeah.

 

It's unfair to judge MFA by the same yardstick really - it's a very different audience. It's primary demographic are 16-25 year old American students with little-to-no money. They usually visit to learn how to go from cargo-shorts, graphic t-shirt and maybe a fedora to being able to express themselves confidently and articulately - be that in a professional, street-wear or other sphere. There's a lot of really knowledgeable and helpful people there, a lot in-depth discussion about all aspects of fashion and some really great dressers too. It's just a very different place than styleforum.

Don't get me wrong, I think MFA is a great learning environment, and educating people about the way they dress is a noble goal. I just feel the discussion has a limited scope at times, and revolves around a limited amount of topics. I just wish there was a subreddit similar to styleforum, because I do prefer reddit's system over the kind of outdated layout of styleforum. 

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Wat. I don't agree with any of this (except that lining thing).

There is red and then there is red, though it does look better with a light blue shirt. And for white or black tie I wouldn't use suspenders with leather tabs, but knitted ends.

Knitted ends?
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Wat. I don't agree with any of this (except that lining thing).

There is red and then there is red, though it does look better with a light blue shirt. And for white or black tie I wouldn't use suspenders with leather tabs, but knitted ends.

Red is bad IMO. Burgundy is good though.
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I agree with PB. The fit got so much love because of the arm bands things. The wood SF has for accessories few under 90 would wear in the real world is firm and vertical.

That said, it's a nice suit.
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