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Spandexter, what fit is the SS jacket? Napoli?

It's Havana.
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Spring, but the weather called for fall colors.

Great style. It really is harmonious with your complexion and build. You wear it very well.
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Looks cheap, ill-fitted, and frumpy.
You need a much better tan to rock those loafers sock-less.
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It is not very chilly in Tx

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Vintage
Finamore
Vanda
RLPL
Trafalgar
Ralph
Lobb

this really is fantastical.
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Spring, but the weather called for fall colors.

 

 

 

big fan of that shawl collar rite here Clags-  whatsa story with the statue?

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Went to Kyunghee University to look at cherry blossoms, but it was very cold and rainy. There are statues everywhere, some more creepy than others:

 

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lol c what u mean-  hopefully  not phrphetic given recent events  uhoh.gif

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Well, if stone squirrels come pouring out of my split skull, I'll make sure you are the first to know.

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Well, if stone squirrels come pouring out of my split skull, I'll make sure you are the first to know.

How formal of a suit does one wear for that sort of occasion?
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Went to Kyunghee University to look at cherry blossoms, but it was very cold and rainy. There are statues everywhere, some more creepy than others:


Quite possibly Caustic Man's worst fit pose EVAR.
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Quite possibly Caustic Man's worst fit pose EVAR.

 

On the other hand...

 

 

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On friday, inspired by the grey challenge, but with some lilac and pink thrown in.


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Originally Posted by awlfl View Post

Damn nice! Where's this shirt from? 

 

Thanks, it's bespoke -  albeit some years old now - made at the Rayner & Sturges factory. Coming towards the end of its life now; there's a fair bit of fraying at various points.

 

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Two great looks; I love the splashes of yellow. I've recently become interested in the colour again, especially used somewhat incongruously in combinations where it wouldn't "normally" go. Today's look is another experiment in that vein. I wore this jacket on Friday at part of the grey/black challenge but it made me wonder whether essentially the same monochrome look would still work if I added in just one outrageously bright colour element. It doesn't quite work in the fit I tried today, but I believe it would have if I'd added in a casual black tie to counterbalance the visual lower-half impact of the yellow, but a tie on Sunday is a step too far for me!

 

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Saturday in a Donegal Tweed (fabric bought from a cloth merchant Kevin and Howlin in Dublin two years ago).

 

Looks like Ralph from the Sopranos rotflmao.gif

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