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I like the navy pants with loafers! How wide is your leg opening, if I might ask? I feel pants worn with loafers should be slightly slimmer.

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My thoughts, precisely. In fact, I had the opposite impression to southernstyle: that there is a little too much conflict between the lavender and the very orangey-red tie, which you only notice because everything else it impeccable as always.

 

For me it's as much the pattern as the colour.  The tie is bold as is the PS, both are beautiful.  But IMHO the stripe of the shirt is rather strong to be combined with such bright accessories, especially as the suit has a texture stripe too.  Generally I don't like shirt stripes quite that heavy anyway, but in this case, I think less is more...a solid shirt, or a bengal at most would do it for me.

 

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post #51198 of 78724
Theme and variation from yesterday - stronger blue and orange for shirt and tie, brown suit rather than grey, and brown dub monks rather than black.

Suit - BB Fitzgerald
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - BB
PS - Robert Talbott
Cufflinks - London Badge & Button Co.
Shoes - Paul Stuart house brand


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post #51199 of 78724
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Theme and variation from yesterday - stronger blue and orange for shirt and tie, brown suit rather than grey, and brown dub monks rather than black.

Suit - BB Fitzgerald
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - BB
PS - Robert Talbott
Cufflinks - London Badge & Button Co.
Shoes - Paul Stuart house brand Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

This is a lovely colour-palette on you but the matching pocket square is bringing things down today

post #51200 of 78724
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

I like the navy pants with loafers! How wide is your leg opening, if I might ask? I feel pants worn with loafers should be slightly slimmer.

Thank you!

Well this is a new one for me who regularly get comments here that my clother too slim. Around 19 cm I would guess. Can´t measure since I wear them...

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Thank you!

Well this is a new one for me who regularly get comments here that my clother too slim. Around 19 cm I would guess. Can´t measure since I wear them...

Thanks, I was wearing pants that are 20,5cm with loafers yesterday, and it felt a little off. I'm thinking of slimming them down to 19cm. 

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I am not an idiot Cantabrigian, you are taking my words literally making you the idiot TBH, or were you just in a bad mood at the time big boy!!

 

All i was saying was that I thought it should be worn very casually, definitely without a jacket or a tie. This fabric is a grade heavier than oxford and a grade lighter than denim. It is usually made up into basic casual or work type shirts. That being said, it would be appropriate for washing the dog, hiking in the mountains, or other boisterous activities, taking mud spatters, oil and grease or other workaday type mishaps in it's stride. I am not so sure you understand fully, but well...

 

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Cross-strap-cross-post from the casual thread...
Gurkha style trousers from a 60's British army pattern.
-TTO
post #51206 of 78724
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

Lavender, orange, and red are matchy?

On my screen it appears the red in the square and tie are the same shade, as well as the gray or lavender of the shirt the same as the background of the square.
Maybe I'm wrong, if so, I recant. Everything is beautiful none the less.
post #51207 of 78724
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Gurkha style trousers from a 60's British army pattern.
 

 

It's hard to imagine that any other well-dressed man on Earth would have gone there.  And it's brilliant.  Originality is rarely both bold and tasteful.  I am full of admiration.  Bloody well done.

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Zegna suit
Finamore shirt
Marinella tie
Hernes pochette
Gaziano & Girling shoes

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post #51210 of 78724
Sweltering hot today, so apologies for the somewhat ruffled look...
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