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That is an awful tie
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Haha...I bought it about twenty years ago, and it was my favourite...with a black suit, too, and what were probably my first pair of "proper" shoes - Loake black captoes.  I was 21.  Can't think when I last wore it.  Anyway, I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)

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the seat belt's fabric looks more expensive than your suit's. polymer count looks to be the same though.

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No polymers in linen, but I'm sure you're right about the price.  Mwah!

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mimo, you're getting thrashed.
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No point throwing if nobody hits. :)

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How to walk with a stick:

 

Most people will turn the handle this way. It is wrong.

 

This is the right position

 

It will give your stick a better swing and balance

 

Thanks for your attention

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Fresco in a veryy unconstructed way.

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Jacket - Coppley DB in Green Zegna Linen (scored this for $25)

Shirt - Brooks Brother's Slim Fit Point Collar Light Blue Oxford

Pocket Square - Hamilton Jockey Club

Lapel Pin - The Knottery

Tie - Some crazy chinese name, but actually well made IMO

Trousers - Report Collection

Shoes - Allen Edmonds Chocolate Brown Suede Penny Goafers  

 

 

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Arnathor, I like the look in general, but I think it could use some color somewhere. For such a uniformly light palate, it doesn't look nearly as washed out as I would have imagined, but some color would be a nice touch. Additionally, looks like the jacket is a touch big, and the pants could probably be tapered for such a high break. Lastly, and someone can correct me if I'm wrong about this, but the jacket should be fastened the other way. At least, I have never seen a double-breasted jacket fastened with the right side over the left.
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albert hall. lesson of the day.
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Arnathor, I like the look in general, but I think it could use some color somewhere. For such a uniformly light palate, it doesn't look nearly as washed out as I would have imagined, but some color would be a nice touch. Additionally, looks like the jacket is a touch big, and the pants could probably be tapered for such a high break. Lastly, and someone can correct me if I'm wrong about this, but the jacket should be fastened the other way. At least, I have never seen a double-breasted jacket fastened with the right side over the left.
points taken. Thank you
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Lastly, and someone can correct me if I'm wrong about this, but the jacket should be fastened the other way. At least, I have never seen a double-breasted jacket fastened with the right side over the left.

 

I too think the above statement is accurate. IMHO, men wear jackets or peacoats left over right and women wear right over left. Of course, if you are left handed this could be different.

Pros, please correct me if I am wrong.

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I too think the above statement is accurate. IMHO, men wear jackets or peacoats left over right and women wear right over left. Of course, if you are left handed this could be different.

Pros, please correct me if I am wrong.


I think it is a habit of mine to button it the other way, but I've escaped without a lashing from you gents. haha! This advice though is pretty awesome though :)

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