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New poses due to the firday challenge, Clags? I like the outfit, the jacket is awesome. 

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Shots from weekend





Saw it on our way through Algonquin Park )

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CLags...this is my favorite fit youve posted...jacket and trous look fantastic.
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CLags...this is my favorite fit youve posted...jacket and trous look fantastic.

yes. love it.
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What I wore to a Derby party this weekend. Refused to wear seersucker at night.

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CLags...this is my favorite fit youve posted...jacket and trous look fantastic.

I also think Clags is consistently awesome these days. 

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Bank Holiday here. And it's sunny. tongue.gif

So, how's that work over there? Here in the US, we've got about five or six major holidays where virtually all professionals have the day off - New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. And then there's a whole raft of other minor government/bank holidays, but the only people who have those off are government workers, banks, and schools. The rest of the private sector works as normal.
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What I wore to a Derby party this weekend. Refused to wear seersucker at night.

 

 

Great outfit! Are those black velvet slippers? I've always wanted a pair, but never knew what to wear it with.

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that is awesome, T.
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Great outfit! Are those black velvet slippers? I've always wanted a pair, but never knew what to wear it with.


yes they are black velvet slippers. I use them as my formal shoes. I am not fond of patent leather shoes. I am neither a woman, His Airness Michael Jordan nor  a dominatrix.

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(shirt is blue pinstripe)

This tie is one of your best.  Deets?

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yes they are black velvet slippers. I use them as my formal shoes. I am not fond of patent leather shoes. I am neither a woman, His Airness Michael Jordan nor  a dominatrix.

LOL! Hopefully I can find a nice pair during the summer sales.

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T - you wear some awesome stuff. I would be sent home to change if I wore an sc like that to work ( that is if my wife would even let me out the door) but it looks so cool and natural on you smile.gif
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Bank Holiday here. And it's sunny. tongue.gif

So, how's that work over there? Here in the US, we've got about five or six major holidays where virtually all professionals have the day off - New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. And then there's a whole raft of other minor government/bank holidays, but the only people who have those off are government workers, banks, and schools. The rest of the private sector works as normal.

8 national holidays a year (most years; last year there was 1 extra for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, year before there was an extra 1 for William & Kate's wedding). They're New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, 1st & last Mondays in May, last Mon in Aug, Xmas Day, and Boxing Day. If either 25 or 26 Dec falls on a weekend, the following Monday (+/- Tues) is the day off. They're called Bank Holidays but don't just apply to banks. As you can see, spring has a whole run of them in a short space of time, which is fun. Most people have the day off on them, or if they choose/have to work, frequently get a day in lieu or double pay, or some other perk.

 

Technically, I don't actually get them (I'm self-employed, not an employee). But my work pattern is such that I don't tend to work on them anyway.

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