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Sugar, those shoes are awful.
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Parker? Parker?
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Feeling a little casual today. Not overly happy with the tie selection but eh....



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Sugar, those shoes are awful.

Pretty standard clodhopper derbies...

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SB neat SC!

pB - what dont you like about the shoes? soles to thick? not black enough?
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Pretty standard clodhopper derbies...
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They look totally different in the closeup. The other picture looked like some square toed fire-starter material. Strange.
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Are you a sock, or a troll? confused.gif

I am an American, born of goodly parents - who were of the Greatest Generation.  My father was born on a Kansas farm and grew up with Dwight Eisenhower in the same school district - the home of the first American High School.  My father also was friends with Patrick J Hurley, who became the Secretary of War in WW2 - which was where my father met my mother while she was working for Mr Hurley in the Washington DC office.  I was the first to be born when my father married for the first time at age 51 at the close of WW2 (he served in WW1, WW2, and Korea before retiring as an Air Force Colonel).  My mother was also born and raised with an exceptional set of examples in Washington DC.

 

My parents embedded in me the ability to ask questions when I needed to learn.  They taught me there are no stupid questions.  It appears I have made a mistake in asking a question in which you felt to answer in the manner you did.  If I have offended you, I apologize.

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Feeling a little casual today. Not overly happy with the tie selection but eh....

 

 

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I like it.

 

Earlier in the day I asked another question of a similar jacket about the length.  Your choice of length seems very close to the alignment of the tip of your hand.  Is that a Long or Extra Long Jacket?

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@David Copeland: The suit is Hugo Boss, purchased before I knew better.

 

Also, there is a button next to quote which says "multi." Use that to quote multiple posts. After you've hit "multi" below all the posts you want to quote, just hit "reply."

 

Thanks so much for the tip.

 

I'd like to ask you about the following 3-suit topic:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/345054/3-piece-business-suits-back-in-fashion-for-2013

 

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I finally received my latest suit last Friday - a three-piece tweed suit from P&H's Glenroyal book. Too bad tweed-season is basically over! I just wore it today to see if there was anything I need to adjust, then it will likely go right into storage, only to be seen again come autumn.

AppleMark


(I haven't opened the pockets yet, so hence no PS).

Where can I purchase a suit of this kind?  

 

(I found one in the UK for about $1000 US - all tweed.  But I'd like to get another referral).

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Awesome jacket, Tirailleur1!

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I like it.

Earlier in the day I asked another question of a similar jacket about the length.  Your choice of length seems very close to the alignment of the tip of your hand.  Is that a Long or Extra Long Jacket?

It's actually on the shorter side of regular (Boglioli). The length is exaggerated by the pose and also the fact my left shoulder is a fair bit lower than my right (again due to the pose). When standing properly the length is where it should be for such a casual, cotton jacket.

Also, thanks for the positive feedback guys.
@Stitchy, It's Hober so of course I love it but felt I missed an opportunity by not including some pattern.
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Is there a trolling conspiracy going on?
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The close up of the jacket looks superb.

 

What are your thoughts on going with a Long or and Extra Long to get the jacket drop down to your lower fingertips?

 
 
 

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Are you a sock, or a troll? confused.gif

He's definitely a troll, we should all just ignore him.

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