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Thanks, I shall do that. Probably wasn't the best example to post with, I don't often wear that combo (or that tie). I came here really to get ideas, rather than to show off my own stuff. When I have a decent outfit on I will endeavour to post a better shot. :-)

 

I just received new burgundy Grenson shoes so I may have to post a pic! :-)


 There was a thread here awhile ago about wearing pink dress shirts so that's probably OK but they really don't like red ties here most of the time.

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You know, I've lurked this thread for about 5 years and never posted! Took the GF to see Gatsby a few weeks ago and just found the shots now... working with what I have...

Soot is light grey with faint white windowpane, vest is navy with faint pinstripe (3P suit orphan), tie is light yellow with red paisley, shirt is oxford with rounded (club?) collar, PS is maroon silk, moustache is like 3-5 days shog[1].gif, shews are AE Sohos (black captoe oxford).



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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

Thanks! The reason for the cuffless trousers is that when I purchased that suit, I still believed the nonsense that short people (i'm 171cm, you do the math;) ) shouldn't wear cuffs. Now I know better, of course...

ah yes, we have all have things like that. either way, enjoy the suit, its great.
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Piped brim panama + seersucker suit = all good fun. Adding in the fancy spectators & the bright bow tie as well... just a bit too ebullient for me I think. A darker bow tie with non-spec wingtips and I think would come over more smoothly. Either that or a navy long necktie with those fancy spec.

In retrospect, my C & J Maltons in chestnut would have been a better fit with the rest of this rig - for next time, then. I don't think that the tie is the problem - the shoes don't work with the seersucker as I had imagined that they would.
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Would really like this combo if it were a full suit, not just a jacket.

I do have a suit in a very similar cloth. Will try that at some point (it's more of a autumn/winter suit so it will not be for another few months)
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No chance of anything remotely approximating summer clothing here; overcast & drizzly weather rules instead:

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That jacket is still so awesome drool.gif

The shirt though ffffuuuu.gif
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beautiful sunny day

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I really enjoy how your style has evolved, timotune. Fresh, simple, elegant and well-fitting yet fashionable.
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Looking good fing02[1].gif

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Nice jacket, but tell the paparazzi to get a telephoto lens.  Wait a minute.  Are those jeans?  No wonder you're so far away.  

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I understand that most people here have a fairly developed sense of style.  Along with that comes a fairly long list of pet peeves.  I for one dislike pointy toed shoes.  Despite that, I do occasionally see people who make them look good.  They are few and far between, but they do exist.  I may be wrong, but I get the impression that some of you feel that no one could ever pull off your pet peeves.  If I'm wrong, we may want to consideration those exceptions and what in particular makes them acceptable.  I have no intention of ever buying a pair of pointy toed shoes, but I'd like to be able to articulate why I don't like them and how I feel one could wear them well.  Again, I'd love to see a sockless challenge, a baseball hat challenge, a tie and no jacket challenge, etc.  I would love to see how everyone performs in the face of their pet peeves.  bounce2.gif

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I understand that most people here have a fairly developed sense of style.  Along with that comes a fairly long list of pet peeves.  I for one dislike pointy toed shoes.  Despite that, I do occasionally see people who make them look good.  They are few and far between, but they do exist.  I may be wrong, but I get the impression that some of you feel that no one could ever pull off your pet peeves.  If I'm wrong, we may want to consideration those exceptions and what in particular makes them acceptable.  I have no intention of ever buying a pair of pointy toed shoes, but I'd like to be able to articulate why I don't like them and how I feel one could wear them well.  Again, I'd love to see a sockless challenge, a baseball hat challenge, a tie and no jacket challenge, etc.  I would love to see how everyone performs in the face of their pet peeves.  bounce2.gif


I hate the sleeves of sports jackets and blazers pulled up. Please don't make me do this...

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I hate the sleeves of sports jackets and blazers pulled up. Please don't make me do this...

I'll be Crockett, if you'll be Tubbs.  

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Pretty much perfect weather today.  Spent the entire day grading math projects.  Yellow seersucker pocket square, if it's not clear.  

 

 

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^ I think you pulled of that madras wonderfully.

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