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I am 100-percent confident that this is a subject on which it is completely unnecessary to have an opinion, let alone a strong one.

this is SF. a forum filled with thousands and thousands of posts and threads debating for days/weeks/months most subjects on which it is pretty unnecessary to have a strong opinion on.


fuckin n00b. wink.gif
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well, its on the inside, and its nice to know the fabric. i cant hardly imagine that being a big deal at all. the patch pockets were intentional. i like them, and i think they take down the formality a notch with looking odd. its certainly not uncommon as far as i know. not to mention, i dont think twill is a particularly formal fabric imo.

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you fuckin hillbilly.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Aravenel has chode foot, too.

I can confirm.

It's the worst. I'm basically stuck with AE or Alden in RTW shoes as they are about the only ones that make EEEs across a large range of their shoes. So, to all of you with sleek, sexy G&Gs or EGs, burn in Hell.
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

Edit: nice combo.  Is that a frivolous PS?


Thanks, and aren't they all frivolous?

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I like your shoes.


Thank you.

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Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post

That pleated besom pocket though...  Have mercy. 


Is that an expression of joy? Or dismay?

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I really dislike the contrasty "fake" pick stitching on the lapels. The jacket feels too country to go with this tie or square otherwise nice colours and shoes.


Thank you. Given my druthers, I would skip the pick-stitching, but it doesn't bother me enough to pass up on the jacket.

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I've been on vacation for a bit.  I took a bunch of pics.  I'll post one a day because I'll be low on material for a while.  No work and all.  

6/28/13 in Boston

























The shoes, my man, are hurting my feelings.
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you fuckin hillbilly.

i knew youd like that, derk lynn anne.
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I've been on vacation for a bit.  I took a bunch of pics.  I'll post one a day because I'll be low on material for a while.  No work and all.   Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

6/28/13 in Boston





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Top half is very nice imho, the lower half leds down a bit. Stronger contrast between coat and pants would have been more pleasing to the eye; what are the shoes? Seem a little informal to me.
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Methinks you're overthinking it.

I gave a fit-critique, isn't that the whole purpose of this board?

 

Anyway, back to CBD:

AppleMark

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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

 

In RTW, yes, you're right, most suits and SC have a fabric tag. For MTM or bespoke, it becomes a stylistic choice:

 

 

All of my MTM coats and trousers come with the fabric label by default. Never gave it much thought, really. I wouldn't call it a "stylistic" choice, in any case.

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thats quite the angle, MF. smile.gif
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thats quite the angle, MF. smile.gif

I was trying to inconspicuously take a selfie while waiting on the tube shog[1].gif

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The shoes are Generic Surplus wingtip sneakers.  They're waterproof.  I thought it was going to rain that day, I was going on vacation and wanted to pack as sensibly as possible.  I actually had a rain jacket on earlier in the day, but changed when I saw that it wasn't going to rain.  I'm not crazy about wearing them with a tie, but I don't want to ruin my good shoes.  

 

I've always been curious about footwear when it rains.  Waterproof shoes?  Waterproof spray on leather/suede? Or galoshes?  What do you guys do?  

 

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I was trying to inconspicuously take a selfie while waiting on the Lube shog%5B1%5D.gif

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tie is fantastic. deets?
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The shoes are Generic Surplus wingtip sneakers.  They're waterproof.  I thought it was going to rain that day, I was going on vacation and wanted to pack as sensibly as possible.  I actually had a rain jacket on earlier in the day, but changed when I saw that it wasn't going to rain.  I'm not crazy about wearing them with a tie, but I don't want to ruin my good shoes.  

I've always been curious about footwear when it rains.  Waterproof shoes?  Waterproof spray on leather/suede? Or galoshes?  What do you guys do?  

Rain doesn't ruin shoes. It's that simple. I wear my leather shoes in all kinds of weather, never had a problem (and Berlin winters are harsh). Of course I don't hike in them for hours in the rain, but walking through the city for some hours, long subway rides... no problem.
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I've never had a problem with my shoes either. Sweden is moody when it comes to weather but it hasn't been a bother.

+1 on the tie MF, I like it.

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Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post

The shoes are Generic Surplus wingtip sneakers.  They're waterproof.  I thought it was going to rain that day, I was going on vacation and wanted to pack as sensibly as possible.  I actually had a rain jacket on earlier in the day, but changed when I saw that it wasn't going to rain.  I'm not crazy about wearing them with a tie, but I don't want to ruin my good shoes.  

I've always been curious about footwear when it rains.  Waterproof shoes?  Waterproof spray on leather/suede? Or galoshes?  What do you guys do?  
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Overshoes/galoshes. I have blue Swims.
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