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Originally Posted by macaroni View Post
today:

unlined and unstructured cotton suit: Zaremba Bespoke
shirt: DaVinci MTM
shoes: Jan Wielądek bespoke
tie: Sam Hober
socks: Marcoliani


dude. superb.

it's time for my wife to step up her game, buy an f/1.4 and start using it to take my WAYWRN photos!
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post
it's time for my wife to step up her game, buy an f/1.4 and start using it to take my WAYWRN photos!

You already have the 5D Mark II? (I know I don't...)
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Varvatos blazer
NM pocket-square
Borrelli shirt
Armani pant
Kleinberg belt
Pantherella socks
Gucci balmorals
Creed cologne
Ebel watch
post #5359 of 75833
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
A little Madness in the Spring
Is wholesome even for the King...

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...But God be with the Clown -
Who ponders this tremendous scene -
This whole Experiment of Green -
As if it were his own!



- B

Nice casual look, Vox. Rather sprezzy with the PS, too

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Originally Posted by spoozy View Post
A day for purple...

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Trousers seem a bit high, even for you, Spoozy, but a fun look.

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Originally Posted by Kappelan View Post

A nice look let down (literally) by the shirt collar. Something that stands up a bit more like Vox's above, maybe?

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Originally Posted by Al_Merick View Post
Off to the club for a meeting regarding the AT&T National. Shirt is a Pink/White stripe OCBD. Pants are linen, hence the wrinkles.

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I think the trouser leg needs to be a bit narrower to carry off the negative break/highwater look. Otherwise, looks good.

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Originally Posted by luftvier View Post
Flag day. Getting into the spirit. Also, politician's lapel pin.

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Did the socks keep you from posting in CBD?

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Originally Posted by macaroni View Post
today:

unlined and unstructured cotton suit: Zaremba Bespoke
shirt: DaVinci MTM
shoes: Jan Wielądek bespoke
tie: Sam Hober
socks: Marcoliani

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Fashionable without being a slave to fashion. Handsome look, macaroni.
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Macaroni, that is really great. Wonderful photos too.
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Originally Posted by spertia View Post
Macaroni, that is really great. Wonderful photos too.

+1, one of my favorite posters these days. As rare as his fit posts are, they rarely disappoint.
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
- IMO one of your best fits, nothing is tight & you just look comfortable

Am I sensing a backlash against tight-fitting clothes? It worries me! But in all seriousness, I feel comfortable in tight clothes, but only when everything fits right.

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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post
Acecow and Mossrocks - I dunno about all this guff about WAYWRN allegedly going downhill but these are two near flawless looks IMO. Well done!

Well, that photo was taken a few months ago, so maybe it did go downhill since then? Just kidding. Great fits lately by everyone! And thank you for the compliment.

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

That shirt is lovely!

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
A little Madness in the Spring
Is wholesome even for the King...




...But God be with the Clown -
Who ponders this tremendous scene -
This whole Experiment of Green -
As if it were his own!



- B[/SPOILER]

The Master is here.

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Originally Posted by spoozy View Post
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@Rob: sweet wheels man!
@Spoo: great suit, digging the pattern.
@Nelton: sc sleeves are too long, contrast between tie and shirt too little (thus the eye doesn´t find a grounding point for a stable view), tie knot not to be spoken about and trou seem to long (too much creasing). Not trying to be mean, just my point of view.

A day for purple...



I really dig this outfit, spoozy.

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Originally Posted by macaroni View Post
[SPOILER]today:

unlined and unstructured cotton suit: Zaremba Bespoke
shirt: DaVinci MTM
shoes: Jan Wielądek bespoke
tie: Sam Hober
socks: Marcoliani








Great stuff! Very Italian, although this means little coming from someone who has never been to Italy.
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Nice suit and shoes, macaroni. What fabric is that?

Drapers cotton, the latest SS collection I think. I don't remember the number.
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^ That's Mariusz Biłek, the new cutter at Zaremba. Zaremba himself at (in?) the background.
post #5366 of 75833
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Nice colours. A more decoratively-folded square like this can be a good touch when sans-tie, I think. Keeps the eye moving around in the way a tie would have done if it had been present.
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post
Love that suit, Holdfast. Great fit. The spectators are the perfect choice, too.
Thanks; the suit's pretty new (got it a few weeks ago) but I think will develop into a staple in sunny weather for me. I was laying out a few different coloured shirts for it a couple of days ago, to learn what works, and the neutral colour is really versatile. Pale blues, light pinks, even dark navy and burgundy red; they all nicely work with it. As for fit, it's pretty much my standard Ede MTM fit these days; I'm happy with how it works for me. Obviously their bespoke stuff for me fits better, but you pays your money and takes your choice as with most things in life! For a summer linen suit, MTM felt a good option.
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Originally Posted by Kappelan View Post
Bold shirt, and shoes, but not overwhelmingly so IMO. This would be a strong look without the square (or with a white one) I think; the current one feels out of place.
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Originally Posted by macaroni View Post
Colours are beautiful. The abbreviate trouser length is not for me, but the length you chose is a pretty good way to keep up to date with the trends.
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Polish Bespoke doesn't get much attention around here. You should do a write-up.
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post
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shoulders are a bit too small Org.

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Originally Posted by spoozy View Post
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the effort is nice Spoozy ... but a little OD on the purple. Also, i'd have gone with a different square. too matchy.

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Originally Posted by Kappelan View Post
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- jacket is too big
- shirt and p/s clash too much

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Originally Posted by luftvier View Post
Flag day. Getting into the spirit. Also, politician's lapel pin.

- Proportions are totally out of wack L.
- I really hope you can see that too when you look at the pictures.
- Ease up on the tapering of the pants a bit if the gunboats/sack coats are the way you want to go.

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Originally Posted by macaroni View Post
today:

unlined and unstructured cotton suit: Zaremba Bespoke
shirt: DaVinci MTM
shoes: Jan Wielądek bespoke
tie: Sam Hober
socks: Marcoliani







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Originally Posted by pvrhye View Post
Polish Bespoke doesn't get much attention around here. You should do a write-up.

+1. macaroni has tapped into some great tailors around his way.
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Yesterday:


Today ... in celebration of Pitti ... lol:


more on the dark side ...
post #5370 of 75833
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
- Proportions are totally out of wack L. - I really hope you can see that too when you look at the pictures. - Ease up on the tapering of the pants a bit if the gunboats/sack coats are the way you want to go.
These are the stock, unaltered BB sack trousers to the suit; there's no untapering that can be done.
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