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Boglioli cotton SC
Hartford gingham shirt (thrifted, $3)
Invisible tie
Tom Ford pochette
Bandit de Robert Piguet
Trafalgar suede belt
Panta
Invisible socks
Gaziano & Girling St. Tropez
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Spoo: you have rocked a few Boglioli jackets recently. Just a coincidence or have you been particularly pleased with Boglioli?
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The dreaded grey and khaki combo.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/309241/non-rule-rules/250_50#post_5634526

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Solid with silk slubs.
I'm beginning to like the sound of this fabric more and more.
-TTO
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Solid with silk slubs.

Is this the fabric? Naturals 862032

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Silk and line suit 50/50 blend by Dormeuil. I am loving this cloth, been wearing it since 7.00 A.M and its keeping its shape much better than regular linen or cotton. Tie is valentino, shoes Cleverley, pocket square Charvet suit and shirt by me.

I like this a lot. Just don't have the balls here to wear a suit that color.
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yeah.
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HF - great use of blue trousers.
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Good one Stitch.  Where's the shirt from?  

thanks! borrelli from STF.
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The dreaded grey and khaki combo.
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potentially one of the dumbest non rule rules out there.
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stitch, the shoulder on that jacket is really great, as is the rest of it! not to mention rockin the Hometime, that is badass. well done sir!
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similar as the last time i did this theme, tweaked a few parts based on the feedback from round 1.




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stitch, the shoulder on that jacket is really great, as is the rest of it! not to mention rockin the Hometime, that is badass. well done sir!

thank you kindly, foxxy. fistbump.gif
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Spoo a guy that drives a Ferrari should not wear a poorly refined lumberjack shirt.
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Spoo a guy that drives a Ferrari should not wear a poorly refined lumberjack shirt.

I took the Benz today.
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There are absolutely no limits with sports teams.  At least not while you're at the match.  Screaming and cursing at the men in the wrong coloured shirts along with a few tens of thousands of other people, is an exhilarating and civilised release.  It's an outlet for the base, barbaric, tribal instincts that we hide under our Egyptian cotton undershirts (or should do).  Let it out on a Saturday afternoon for the contrived and nebulous purpose of organised games, and no war is necessary.  Then once out of the gates, we can treat everyone with respect - even if they support Chelsea.

 

As for suited socklessness, rolled up jacket sleeves, baseball caps and cargo pants with a tie, well, what is an internet forum for, if not to release one's most strident prejudices unedited without the risk of offending actual people?

 

P.S. I accidentally "thumbed" T for his overall look before realising he was wearing denim. lol8%5B1%5D.gif

 

 

 

 

 

Wearing a jacket will increase your confidence and poise while you write.  Good luck! :)

Could you PLEASE post a picture of a good fit involving both cargo pants and a tie?? PLEASE?!?!?

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Cloudy, drizzly, and actually pretty cold today. Don't usually have cause to wear this suit in June! Tomorrow isn't looking much better, either (so much for being able to play in the "summer suit" challenge") Oh well, I'm sure summer will be return at some point... before next year, hopefully. smile.gif Didn't feel like a shirt & tie day today...

 

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No. Just no. It's a nice suit, and with a different(T/Polo)shirt it could have been great, but this isn't it.

 

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similar as the last time i did this theme, tweaked a few parts based on the feedback from round 1.








 

Great pictures, Stitch. Great beard too, how do you trim it? Mine is about twice as long as yours and in need of a good trim, but the only way to do that is to use normal scissors, which leads to less than optimal results...

 

 

Another question for you all. 

 

Don't you ever get bored of wearing the same style every day? I know that many of you usually don't dress in suits, but still. I'd get bored fast. 

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Spoo a guy that drives a Ferrari should not wear a poorly refined lumberjack shirt.

Why not? Who would knew about the shirt aside from us and maybe his tumblr followers? smile.gif
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Great pictures, Stitch. Great beard too, how do you trim it? Mine is about twice as long as yours and in need of a good trim, but the only way to do that is to use normal scissors, which leads to less than optimal results...

thanks. i have the wahl peanut and a norelco beard trimmer. they both serve different purposes to try and maintain face hair order.
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