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teh hate....bring it.


cotton DB by etiquetta negra, Isaia, tie bar PS, Spurr cargos, Loake suede captoes.
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Avert thine eyes, a three button (and three pattern) cometh

 

post #50028 of 78717
^^all those buttons....Steve Harvey lookalike contest?

just busting your chops clags. lol8[1].gif
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I'm sending you a special, sexy PM as revenge.

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I'm sending you a special, sexy PM as revenge.

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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post

teh hate....bring it.
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The top buttons on the DB are similarly positioned to that on a Loro Piana DB I picked up recently. I found that they were both a little too high and too laterally displaced; it creates a slightly weird visual effect. I suspect it's an Italian thing, but whatever. My tailor suggested moving them into a more conventional position, and it made a great deal of difference to the overall effect.

 

No comment on the cargos! ;)

 

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This is a pretty cool combo; the shirt's check is heavy enough to be quite a prominent pattern so leaving it just to the weave of the other items to echo its interest was a wise touch.

 

Originally Posted by Relentless View Post
Holdfast - you and Spoo must have closets bigger than my suburban home!

 

It must be an logarithmic scale then, because I always think that Spoo has way more items - and a higher turnover of new items - than me. There's about a dozen suits (total, not per season), a similar total number of odd jackets & trousers, and maybe around three dozen shirts, max, including casual ones. I might even be over-estimating those numbers from memory.

 

But I like playing around with colours a lot, so I tend to use more of the potentially available permutations than some would consider sensible, which gives the impression of a broader wardrobe. Talking of not-so-sensible permutations, the bright warm sunshine has gone to my head a bit, and I raided the summer half of my wardrobe for a couple of things:

 

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The top buttons on the DB are similarly positioned to that on a Loro Piana DB I picked up recently. I found that they were both a little too high and too laterally displaced; it creates a slightly weird visual effect. I suspect it's an Italian thing, but whatever. My tailor suggested moving them into a more conventional position, and it made a great deal of difference to the overall effect..

Ive noticed theres quite a difference between english and italian DBs. Before, i had a more classic british navy DB, and wasnt as much of a fan due to the button positioning. I preferred the "button nipples"
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Feeling a little casual today. Not overly happy with the tie selection but eh....
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this is great. how could you be unhappy with that lovely tie?

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teh hate....bring it. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
cotton DB by etiquetta negra, Isaia, tie bar PS, Spurr cargos, Loake suede captoes.

lol, rock on you crazy man. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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vrrnyce, acrid.
post #50035 of 78717

 You probably could've won the fit challenge last week with that stuff. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 Looks great to me!

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The top buttons on the DB are similarly positioned to that on a Loro Piana DB I picked up recently. I found that they were both a little too high and too laterally displaced; it creates a slightly weird visual effect. I suspect it's an Italian thing, but whatever. My tailor suggested moving them into a more conventional position, and it made a great deal of difference to the overall effect.

 

No comment on the cargos! ;)

 

 

This is a pretty cool combo; the shirt's check is heavy enough to be quite a prominent pattern so leaving it just to the weave of the other items to echo its interest was a wise touch.

 

 

It must be an logarithmic scale then, because I always think that Spoo has way more items - and a higher turnover of new items - than me. There's about a dozen suits (total, not per season), a similar total number of odd jackets & trousers, and maybe around three dozen shirts, max, including casual ones. I might even be over-estimating those numbers from memory.

 

But I like playing around with colours a lot, so I tend to use more of the potentially available permutations than some would consider sensible, which gives the impression of a broader wardrobe. Talking of not-so-sensible permutations, the bright warm sunshine has gone to my head a bit, and I raided the summer half of my wardrobe for a couple of things:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Awesome!

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Ive noticed theres quite a difference between english and italian DBs. Before, i had a more classic british navy DB, and wasnt as much of a fan due to the button positioning. I preferred the "button nipples"

 lol8[1].gif

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Why is Steve Harvey so greasy?

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Why is Steve Harvey so greasy?

i think you know exactly why.
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Out at Bafta last night for the launch party of Hayford & Rohdes new website (awesome florists that my friend works for ) I managed too disgrace myself by knocking over not one but two massive vases by the end of the night. Well if they will give you free cocktails?
-TTO
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great question, clags!


TTO - sound slike you had quite the fun evening. cheers.gif
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a new tie from YHNT, special edition zegna 15mil15 fabric. me loves it. smile.gif


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^^looks great!
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