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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

Thanks.
It is a nice summerweight-wool by Vitale Barberis Canonico.

i am a big fran of their fabrics. very nice stuff.
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

How much altering do you have to do with your Suitsupply purchases?

If I can get a "Regular"-size (with all of their more classic cuts, like the Sienna and Lazio), I only have to get the pants hemmed & cuffed.
When I need to buy a "Long"-size (because I do not like the super-short look of the Regular size, like the Havana & SOHO) I need to get the pants hemmed & cuffed and also get the sleeves shortened from the shoulder. My tailor here does that for free for me, so I am really lucky :-)
I also sew in buttons for the suspenders & have the belt-loops removed.
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Pattern overload

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jacket: Tommy Hilfiger

Shirt: Vintage Career Club

Tie: V. Emmanuel

Watch: Bulova

Shoes: Florsheim Royal Imperial Custer Wing

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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Nice! Deets on the jacket?

Grazie. Howard Yount Gunclub.

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

great SC, CD.
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Ercoles x 2
Yellow Hook Maker's Edition Wool Mohair Stripe
Epaulet Flannel
Carmina x Epaulet Boots
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Nice tie, Rob. Not 100% sold on it in the context, but very nice.
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Isaia Napoli
Eidos Napoli
E. Marinella
Fratelli Rossetti
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I want to like the post, NickPollica, but the filthy mirror holds me back... smile.gif
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love the SC, NYI.

great fit, nick.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Nice tie, Rob. Not 100% sold on it in the context, but very nice.

Its not yet been warm enough for me to wear it with what I intended to when we had them made...:/
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Suit: Herringbone Sydney
Shirt: Cottonwork
Tie: Henry Carter Neckwear 7 fold silk/wool
Cardi: Zara
PS: Henry Carter Irish Linen
Shoes: Carmina
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-TTO
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Certainly no CBD but it is Southern Haberdashery approved:


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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

got the pants hemmed a bit:

Wow!
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Hello gentleman,

 

I'm Russell Druiven from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, I'm a professionally trained photographer and admirer of menswear. I work at Hudson's Bay Company and also run my own Etsy shop called The Hamilton Jockey Club.

 

Here is What I Wore Today

Photographed at the end of the day so I'm not looking perfect, but that's not the point

Sand Leisure Sports Coat - Thrifted sometime ago for $14.99

Ratio Clothing Custom Made Dress Shirt (this one is a beauty)

  1. Unfused, lightly lined Londoner aka cutaway collar, unfused cuffs
  2. MOP Buttons
  3. First Button Lowered Ledbury Style
  4. Side Pleats
  5. Single Needle Stitching
  6. Albini Fabric

Brooks Brothers Maker (Made in USA) Silk Navy Polka Dot Tie (ebayed for $12.00 I think, picked up today across border in the US)

Yellow Wool Lapel Flower (from Etsy, 4 for $24)

White Sailor Pants (Ebayed for $5.00, these are seriously like something you'd see on a battleship icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif)

Black Loafers

 

 

Trying To Look Fancy

 

Doing my best Brunello Cucinelli Impression

Good shot of the collar

 

Torso Shot (Really Think Ratio knocks it out with my shirts, I'd 1000000% recommend them)

Shot with Tie

 

My Personal Favourite 

 

My effortlessly cool younger brother & our cat helped shoot my shots

 

PS: Love all the shots above me, you guys are killing it! Thanks for looking

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